How can we return to a place or an experience of God or Heaven if we don’t believe it exists? Many people who die find themselves in this situation of not moving forward, because they simply won’t allow the possibility of another existence.
The story that comes to my mind first is about a man that my angels led me to. My friend and I reached out to this man, who died in the mid-19th century in a car accident. He was still with his car. He had died while under the influence of alcohol. His belief system didn’t allow for him to be aware of the angels or an existence of anything beyond this realm. He was also still inebriated.
This man was a famous movie star, so I won’t share his name with you. (We have worked with many famous people, but have promised them to never take advantage of their name.) I will share his story, because he has asked for it to be told.
Let’s call him Dennis. Dennis didn’t believe there was a “Heaven.” I asked the angels if he could go there, and then come right back to tell us if it was real. I wanted him to find out for himself if it was real. The angels agreed to allow this experience. First, he asked if we could go with him. We told him we could not, because we were still in this physical realm. Dennis was gone for a few minutes of our Earth time before he returned to give us a report. This is what he wants us to share with the world: “I found myself walking along a dirt road. I wasn’t pushed or pulled, but went on my own free will. The road was familiar! I knew where I was. I had been here before! I came to a simple, wooden, country gate that was slightly open. I pushed it open wide enough to go through. I was going HOME! I knew this place! It wasn’t scary. I KNEW where I was. It was peaceful and full of LOVE. Will you please tell people that Heaven is not an unfamiliar place. We have been there before. It is just a matter of “going home” when we die.”
I have shared this story with many people, who were in the process of dying and were scared. It has given them comfort to know that they will know the way home. It’s not a scary process, but a journey home.
There are many stories I have experienced with those who didn’t believe in the existence of this place we know as “Heaven.” What are your thoughts about where we go at the time of death? I would love to hear from you.