Most people are under the assumption that death will reveal everything to us. Whether we are terrified of it or embracing it, it will still really put things into perspective, right?
Death is something none of us truly know as much about as we wish we did. We don’t know what happens and we don’t know where our soul ends up. We can believe in something with all of our might but at the end of the day, proof is always lacking regardless. Death is a very strange concept that none of us will ever be able to truly make sense of.
If you have ever talked to someone who has been brought back to life after being ‘clinically dead’ you know that it is a learning experience. I have spent a lot of time going through the stories of those who have been dead and brought back or gone through extreme NDE’s and they all seem to have a lot more in common than you’d think. Below I am going to go over some of the things they realized through their experience as a ‘dead person.’ Whether you choose to believe these things or not they are all things that you may too realize when your time comes someday.
11 Things Death Will Help You To Realize:
1. We are so much smaller than we realize.
In the grand scheme of things, we are so much smaller than our egos and pride make us out to be. This can be a good and bad thing depending on your mindset. When you pass and begin to move forward you will truly see just how small you really are.
2. We waste a lot of time that should not be wasted.
In this life, we waste most of our time doing things that do not matter and once we pass that becomes very apparent. All of the time we waste adds up to far more than you could imagine. It if given the chance would make a huge difference.
3. Life is not as negative as we make it out to be.
We might think life sucks but it is never as bad as we make it out to be. Death for some is much worse. In death, most want to come back whether they can or not. Most people noted that returning to their bodies was something they chose to do.
4. Death brings great change.
Dying is the biggest change anyone will ever go through. It is literally moving onto another world. Regardless of your beliefs, death is one of the most enormous changes there are.
5. The ‘Afterlife’ is not the same for everyone.
Not everyone experiences the same thing in their deaths. Some people see a white light and others an instant field. Perhaps what you see might be something else entirely?
6. Everyone has a ‘time.’
Lots of people note being told it was not their time and returning to their bodies. We all have a time and place at which we are meant to pass. Sometimes things occur that almost take us too soon. This much happens quite frequently.
7. Death is not as terrifying as we make it out to be.
We are all, for the most part, afraid of dying but death is not as scary as we make it out to be. Most people say it is a calm and interesting state to be in. There is either not much emotion during the transition and it is a much more freeing process depending on what the afterlife is pushing you towards.
8. There is no such thing as ‘no regrets.’
No matter how much effort you put into living your life to the fullest as soon as that moment occurs you will have instant regrets. When we pass everything we wish we could change really makes itself known.
9. Earth is not some kind of place for punishment.
This planet we live on is not a place that is meant to make us suffer. We are supposed to be doing our best and making the most of it but it is meant to be a place of positivity. The choice is yours! It does not have to be a place of punishment, life it what you make it and you are the ruler of your own universe.
10. The energies surrounding death are much more intense than you think.
Death is a very intense thing even if it is freeing in some ways. The energies surrounding truly passing on are peculiar, to say the least. When others describe them it is as if they are describing an overwhelming pop rather than everything merely going dark.
11. Outside of our bodies time is limitless.
Once we leave our bodies and are making our way outside of this lifetime becomes much longer. Mere minutes in the world of the living are hours and days for the dead. Time is not as it is on Earth in the afterlife.