Is There Life After Death?
Everybody here will die at some point in our lifetimes, so there is no point in just being afraid of death. You are not depressed at the idea of losing consciousness of your body while lying in bed; rather, you understand sleep as a state of freedom that you look forward to experiencing. Death is similar; it is a state of repose, a retirement from this life. There is nothing to be concerned about. When death arrives, make light of it. Death is only a huge struggle from which you are meant to learn a valuable lesson: you are not meant to die.
In the event of someone’s death, we say, “This human is no longer.” This is not correct. An individual is no longer a person you are familiar with, but they are still very much alive. The physical body will disintegrate, but the psychological and pranic bodies will continue to function, depending on the strength of the goodness accumulated. In order to find another womb, the intensity of this karmic structure must be reduced, and the structure must become passive. If the cycle of rebirth structure has become weak as a result of having completed its course, it will find a new body relatively quickly. When a person has completed his or her designated positive energy for this life, he or she will die exactly as he or she wishes – without disease, accident, or injury. That individual will be able to locate some other body within hours.
If someone survives out his or her life to the fullest and eventually dies peacefully, there is no need to wait; life continues immediately. However, if the karmic structure is extremely intense and unfinished, it is required to complete it. He’ll need a lot so much chance to discover another body now. What you’re referring to as spirits is accurately this. As they have more extreme karmic structures, they are more open to your experience. There are a plethora of such beings all around you, whether you are aware of them or not, but you will not be aware of the majority of them because their karma has been cleared away. They are patiently waiting for more discharge to occur before searching for another body.
The Bhagavad Gita speaks beautifully
Never the spirit was born; the spirit shall cease to be never;
Never was the time it was not; End and Beginning are dreams!
Birthless and deathless and changeless remaineth the spirit forever;
Death hath not touched it at all, dead though the house of it seems.