psychics, how do you know if you have a soul or an afterlife?

light Asked: psychics, how do you know if you have a soul or an afterlife?

Because your conscious alive even you sleep


karma Answered:
We don't, currently there is no way to find out of an after life, soul, etc. No evidence has been laid out to prove the existence of either. We have to go with a definite ''We don't know''.

Alexander Perez Answered:
Easy. They dont.

LOVEovercomes and makes us human Answered:
Why wouldn't your conscious be alive while you sleep? THAT IS AN ABSURD COMPARISON.

I am not a psychic but I think I know my soul.

Gorgeoustxwoman I love my Spurs Answered:
Because what you experience in your dreams is in fact the true essence of your spiritual being flitting about while the soul & body is at rest; some say that each night one experiences what it will be like at death. The silver cord, as spoke of in the Word of God (The Tree of Life and Life, the KJV Bible) is the only link to this reality while we sleep.
Remember what you allow yourself to think, see, hear, say and do literally set into motion Almighty Gods
creative powers that form the matrix of lifes reality you find yourself now walking; so knowing this practice each day focusing your whole attention on your movements whether thoughts, sight, sounds, words or deeds.
"A man can no more diminish God's glory by refusing to worship Him than a lunatic can put out the sun by scribbling the word, 'darkness' on the walls of his cell."

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Cherokee Answered:
The "soul" is just the Inner consciousness. Rationally, there's no life after brain death (If you're a believer I don't blame you neither critic religions) The easiest way to trying understood this, is thinking about what where you before the birth: nothing, 'cause your brain was still to being created and you'd no Inner Consciousness.
However the religion that better explains the afterlife concept without clashing with science Buddhism: they believes in an resurrection because they consider every life on the planet as a part of a single organism that involves all the universe as "living matter", it reflects Lavoisier' principle of mass conservation "In a chemical reaction, matter is neither created nor destroyed. But it is continuously transformed"

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