Ever since the beginning of our existence, we have been philosophizing about what could happen right after death. For example, some people are convinced that after death, we enter into a so-called “nothingness”, and that we in no way continue to exist. On the other hand, some people again assume that after death we will ascend into a supposed heaven, which will end our earthly life, i.e., we continue to exist on another level.
Entering a new life
Apart from many speculations, one thing is certain: we indeed continue to exist after our physical death (our soul is immortal and exists forever). In this context, there is also no death per se; death instead represents a transformation, that is, we humans then experience a unique change of frequency and then enter a "new" world.
Together with our soul, we enter into a supposedly new world (“Beyond” - exists apart from the “Here” which is known to us - everything possesses 2 poles, and that is a universal law) and, depending on the degree of our previous state of consciousness, are integrated into a corresponding frequency level. For that matter, our previous earth development plays a very important role and is crucial for our own integration. People who during a so-called "transitional period" had little emotional connection, who were more EGO or materially-oriented, who continue to be imprisoned in the illusory world and have little emotional orientation, would be classified in a rather low frequency level (we take our unresolved conflicts and other intellectual problems to the grave, transferring them to our coming life). On the other hand, people who were themselves masters of their own incarnation, that is to say had a stronger emotional connection and mastered the play of duality in their lives, would rather be classified on a high frequency level.
There is no supposed death. We humans are instead always reborn again, we always get a new “physical dress” and strive, whether consciously or unconsciously, to consistently develop our own minds.
The higher a person has been mentally, emotionally and above all ethically developed in his life, the longer it will take until he reincarnates again. Humans, in turn, who have experienced / realized only a minimum expression of their own mind / body / soul system, are reborn / reincarnated faster, in order to have a quick chance of mental development. This is also an essential aspect of our lives, namely the process of reincarnation. That's how we humans are born again. Instead of dying and being extinguished forever, we come back again, we are born again, then we continue to evolve, get to know new ethical and moral beliefs and strive, consciously or unconsciously, for a complete unfolding of our own psychic mind at the end of our own reincarnation cycle. This process is simply linked to essential factors and one of them is again the creation of a state of consciousness, out of which a completely harmonious ans peaceful reality emerges, i.e. a free life in which we no longer allow ourselves to be spiritually dominated, in which we become masters of your own incarnation.
There is no death in the sense of the end, it has never existed, and it never will. The only thing that always exists is life, and when our physical shell falls off, we still continue to exist and one day we even reincarnate.