Interview with Spirit: What’s the Afterlife Like?

Nothing is associated with more apprehension and confusion than the afterlife. Is there a heaven? Is there a hell? Is it nothingness for eternity? In this week’s Interview with Spirit, we discuss questions about how the afterlife is organized to find out answers to your most compelling questions.

As always, the questions were predetermined. My mother and I channeled the different spirits separately, asked the same questions separately, and were given the same answers separately. Later, we compared our notes from our Interview with Spirit.

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Question 1: Is food in heaven like food on earth? How is it different? What foods have you eaten?

Answer: It’s a little different here. It’s like, imagine you want a burger, and now you have a burger. It’s almost like a simulation with the same tastes that you’re used to but you’re not consuming it for fuel. Your spirit is eating a spiritual representation of the meal you used to enjoy. And it can be anything you want. My mom used to make the most delicious meals and now I can have them any time I want. I eat anything I want to eat. If you can imagine it or remember it, you can eat it. Although, the texture is a little different.

Question:Is there money?

Answer: We don’t use money over here although if you want to create a bunch of money then you can create a bunch of money. It just doesn’t do anything.

Question: Does grass grow in the afterlife?

Answer: Yes but you don’t have to cut it [laugh]. Unless you want to. The afterlife where you live is just whatever you want it to be.

Question: Do you have seasonal weather?

Answer: If you want to create an afterlife where you have seasonal weather then you have seasonal weather.

Question: Do you have an address?

Answer: [Laughter] No. For what purpose? Anyone who wants to visit me can just come by and visit me. There’s no need to send mail or anything like that. I just exist and the world I created just exists. And sometimes I share that world with others – like when someone comes to visit – and sometimes it’s just me. When I share my world with others, our houses could have house numbers just as a way of organizing our collective afterlife but they’re not permanent addresses. Mostly, we’re just associated with our own unique identifiers.

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The afterlife, as it turns out, is more about what we choose to create and how we would like to enjoy our time in between leaves.


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