Beginning and End of the Confusion Part II

End of the Confusion After the Spirit Disincarnation

Incarnation and disincarnation are two natural phenomena that happen in response to changes occurring in the material dimension, i.e., incarnation is determined by the formation of an embryo, a new cell or, in a more general way, the appearance of a complex physical structure. Disincarnation occurs after the death of the organ of incarnation, i.e., death of a cell or, in a more general way, the destruction of a physical structure of complexity.

Incarnation occurs in humans when an embryo is formed and the organ of incarnation, the brain, starts to build forming the Mind and the fluidic ties to grasp the spirit. The Mind is a spiritual organ made of Spiritual Particles. It is responsible for attracting and incarnating the spirit; however, the Mind is also responsible for the confusion that affects the spirit’s ability to remember the past or have direct contact with other spiritual beings.

Incarnation occurs through complex processes in which physical and spiritual organs are built with the sole intention of retaining the spirit and making it focus exclusively on the survival of the body; but after years living in the physical world, the body gets older and death or disincarnation occurs. This is a process in which everything that happened during incarnation basically reverses.

During the course of material life, the spirit is firmly tied to the Mind by fluidic links. Being the Mind, which is a spiritual organ made by the spiritual integration of the brain cells’ SPs, every change in the brain directly affects the Mind and its connections with the spirit, and that is exactly what happens at an advanced age.

As the body gets older, cells in the brain start to die leading to disincarnation of their incarnated SPs, which are the same SPs that constitute the Mind. The disincarnation of these SPs has two major consequences. First, the fluidic links between these SPs and the spirit are broken, loosening the strong connection and control of the Mind over the spirit.

Second, with the disincarnation of these Spiritual Particles, the Mind also loses detailed memories of the physical life stored in them. This affects the ability of the incarnated spirit to maintain a normal physical life, putting the person in a state sometimes described as senile dementia.
As aging progresses with the death of more brain cells, the iron grip of the Mind on the spirit recedes even more to the point of allowing the person’s spirit to recover some contact with the spiritual dimension. This is evident on the bed of death where it is common to hear the dying person describing in the room the presence of entities that no one else can see or perceive in any way; clear evidence that the incarnated spirit is regaining conscious access to the spiritual dimension.

These entities are usually the spirits of deceased relatives or close friends that usually attend the disincarnation of a loved one. They come to help the spirit during the transition back to the spiritual life.
In advanced stages of disincarnation, i.e., when a substantial portion of brain cells have died and disincarnated their SPs, if the person is not yet in a deep coma state, we could witness how he or she is living more the spiritual than the material life. However, although the confusion has weakened, it still persists and will remain for some time after total disincarnation. It is the consequence of some kind of residual effect of being many years incarnated under the tight control of the Mind.

When the death of brain cells involves a significant amount, the threshold or critical value is reached. This is some sort of minimum amount of fluidic ties necessary to hold the spirit incarnated in the body. Once that limit is exceeded, the disincarnation of the spirit occurs. At that time, the disincarnating spirit can perceive the vortex of incarnation as a tunnel or passage; across that tunnel the spirit can see a light or darkness depending on the spirit’s state of harmony. That is the spiritual dimension.

The time for total separation of the spirit from the body depends on the rate of brain cells’ death. As I explained before, incarnation occurs at the embryonic level with just a small number of brain cells whose spiritual particles start to compose the Mind; that is the number that defines the threshold of incarnation.
If a dying brain still keeps alive a threshold number of cells, then the spirit will remain incarnated and under the confusion effect of the remaining Mind. That probably happens after some accidents when substantial parts of the brain are destroyed and the body is kept alive with life support. In many cases, after a period of recovery that allows for rebuilding of new spiritual connections, the individual regains conscience. Obviously, the spirit was never totally detached from the body at any time after the accident; once the spirit is released from the body, there is no way to come back to the same body to continue that incarnation.

Returning to the Spiritual Life

After disincarnation is complete, most of the time the spirit is released into the transitional dimension, a dimension occupied by all incarnated spiritual elements. The spirit goes first to this dimension because there are still many vibrational connections with the incarnated components of matter, including other incarnated spirits.

The disincarnated spirit has no eyes or ears, or any physical sense to perceive what is happening at the material dimension, but in some way is able to perceive everything that happens in the material dimension by interpreting the vibrations of the incarnated spiritual elements.

It is an interesting situation because the recently disincarnated spirit still perceives the physical world by interpreting the spiritual components of matter (spiritual components located in the transitional dimension) through its intelligence. To better understand this phenomenon let us think about somebody’s pet—a dog, for example.

While the physical body of that dog exists in the material dimension, in the transitional dimension are located all the spiritual particles incarnated in the atoms, molecules, and cells of that dog. The dog is made of both elements—the physical ones located in the material dimension and the spiritual components located in the transitional dimension.

Any none-incarnated spirit living in the transitional dimension cannot see or detect the physical body of that dog but it can perceive the spiritual components of the dog’s body, getting the impression that it is seeing the physical dog itself. The spirit through its intelligence builds a reality that depicts the physical world in a similar way as an incarnated spirit does.

According to the Spiritual Theory, there is a spiritual copy or projection of everything that exists materially. Thus, when the spirit is released from the body in the transitional dimension (after passing away), it still can perceive the physical reality through perceiving the spiritual copy of all material structures. It is likely that the disincarnated spirit has the feeling that it is still in the material world because the reality it can perceive is very similar to the reality it perceived when it was still incarnated. After death, the spirit can see the dying bed, the room, doctors, and nurses, the living relatives, and even its own body in the bed. This is not because the spirit is seeing matter but because it perceives the spiritual copy of every material structure.

Now let us go back to the confusion again.

Even after the spirit is totally detached from the body, the confusion still persists. At the beginning, the spirit cannot understand why it is out of the body or why no one can see it. The spirit has the perception of still being in the material world, as we explained before.

When the spirit of the dead person has no notion of the spiritual existence, it continues to believe that it is still in the material dimension. This happens more often with those beings with a strong materialistic conception of the existence. Even after death, they continue to deny the existence of the spiritual reality, arguing that their new status is only an unknown form of matter or energy.

These spirits are often associated with other spirits of similar condition to promote and defend their views, rejecting any contact with spirits with different positions or who try to give them light on the reality of their new state. Even after the confusion of the physical life disappears they still refuse to accept their own spiritual memories of the past and remain stubbornly in their new convictions. A long time will pass before they can recognize the spiritual reality.

The fact that all levels of material complexity possess incarnated SPs makes possible the existence of a “tridimensional” copy of the material universe in the transitional dimension. I put the word “tridimensional” in quote marks because we don’t know how a three-dimensional form can be perceived or detected at the spiritual level.

Disincarnated spirits with prior experience with matter may understand it better, allowing them to have a pretty good idea of what is happening physically after perceiving this spiritual copy. This is why they not only know what happens physically but they are also enabled to perceive the vibrations that are part of our innermost thoughts as incarnated beings. They can even know what we think and what we believe because everything we do or think is expressed spiritually through our permanent and transient vibrations.

Spirits with no physical experience may have more difficulty understanding those spiritual projections of matter, if there is any way for non-incarnated spirits to reach the transitional dimension.

Disincarnated spirits inhabiting the transitional dimension can witness all the changes in the universe, because when something changes physically in shape or position, it also changes the spiritual copy of it. For example, if a person loses a hand, he or she also loses the SP’s incarnated in that part of the body and a spirit in the transitional dimension will perceive the same changes in the spiritual copy.

Another strange phenomenon in the transitional dimension is the difference in speed of motion of matter and spirits. While material information, for example the image of a distant star travels in the material dimension at the speed of light taking hundreds or even thousands of millions of years before it reaches us, the spirits have travel speeds as fast as thought, which allows them to move back and forward and to instantly know everything.

Spirits just need to think about any place to be there. This is not instantaneous but occurs at a speed inconceivable at the material dimension. Perhaps in the future when communications with spirits become routine, we can take advantage of this situation to know facts and events happening so distant from us in space and time that knowing about them would be physically impossible with the current state of science.

The confusion of the spirit is deduced from the impossibility we have to remember details of our spiritual life or our past in general. It begins with incarnation and ends after disincarnation.

We incarnate as spiritual beings totally ignorant of our past, but unfortunately expressing all the wrong trends of our spiritual disharmonic condition. We live a material life completely ignorant of the details of our wrong actions of the past but carrying all the weight of our mistakes.

We probably cannot remember the past but we are bound to recognize and correct all deviations associated with that past. Only then will we take the necessary steps to continue this evolutionary process; only then will we restore the lost harmony to return to home, to the dimension of perfect harmony.


Eduardo Sanz

Author: ISRSP

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