Is There Proof of Life After Death?

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Is There Proof of Life After Death?

Postby backtohome » Mon Feb 22, 2010 10:50 am

Question: Is There Proof of Life After Death?

Is there life after death? And if so, is there any proof of that, or it is only belief?

Venkattu

Answer: The Self is Situated Beyond Time's Relativities

In learned circles blind acceptance is condemned. Therefore the eternal existence of the self must be provable, otherwise we should not accept it. So, there is certainly proof of life after death.

Just try to understand that you are not your body. It is simply a covering, like a garment. When you were a small child you had a different set of atoms and molecules than you do now. But yet you remember experiences you had as small child. This clearly proves that you are not your body. Just like the molecules in a river are constantly changing, your body is constantly changing at every minute. But in spite of all these bodily changes, you remain the same because you can remember the different bodies that you went through. Your existence is a constant factor in spite of so many changes of the body. Just as the transitions from boyhood to youth to old age are going on, death is also going on simply as another change of body. Therefore, just as the transitions from boyhood to youth to old age do not annihilate the self, death is simply another change of body and does not annihilate the eternal self. The self has an absolute existence beyond time's relativities of past, present, and future. This is confirmed by the world's most famous scientist, Albert Einstein, who proved that time is relative, not absolute.

Sankarshan Das Adhikari
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