When the human body dies, the soul releases the flesh and returns to the form of light. The releasing of the flesh is the opposite of what humans tend to subscribe to, in terms of how the process works.
Consider: The soul inhabits the flesh. The soul ignites the flesh. The soul animates the flesh. When you consider it from this perspective, things change. When you consider it from this perspective, the process becomes the alchemy of the spirit realm. The human realm becomes more conservative.
The soul inhabits the flesh.
The soul chooses to inhabit the body of a child as it is born. The soul collaborates with other spiritual beings to determine where it can serve, and when. The soul becomes the master of the flesh.
The end of a human life begins when the soul recognizes the time has come to return to the state of light. This can occur at any point after birth. The vacation of the soul from the body leaves a physical shell that has no brain activity. The body may linger through biological or artificial means, and yet the soul has moved on to its resting place, or to its next human being, or to its next spirit realm.
When the soul vacates the human body, all transgressions and character traits are relinquished. There is nothing taken with the soul from its human incarnations.
That means that even the “worst” human being’s traits and actions are left behind when the soul vacates. This doesn’t mean that the traits and actions have gone unnoticed and unconsidered. This is where karma comes in to play. This is where lessons are taught and learned on the way to eventual enlightenment.
When the soul vacates the body, the soul restores itself to purity and wholeness with its return to the state of light. That’s the ideal scenario.
Next week, we’ll look at less-ideal scenarios, and dispel more myths and misinterpretations around the death of humans, and about the soul.