People Have the Same Afterlife Experience of Enclosures with No Walls

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Mark Ireland

Our good friend Mark Ireland describes a validation of a dream experience a woman had. [1] Mark is the author of Soul Shift: Finding Where the Dead Go and The Persistence of the Soul, describing his personal quest for answers about life after death after his youngest son, Brandon, transitioned from this life to the afterlife. Mark is  the son of renowned mid-twentieth century psychic Richard Ireland. 

Toward the conclusion of his first book, Soul Shift, Mark recounted an exceptionally poignant and reassuring encounter from his past—a vivid dream encounter with Brandon, living in the afterlife.

In this dream, Mark and Brandon found themselves in a space enclosed by three walls, bathed in a luminous white light. The missing fourth wall seemed to unveil a profound emptiness, akin to a gateway leading to the boundless expanse of the universe—an infinity stretching before them. The area where they were appeared to be a sanctuary where they felt they could communicate in the midst of the vastness of eternity. Despite the surreal and otherworldly environment, Mark felt as if both of them were in physical form, completely aware and wide awake.

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Recently, Mark received an extraordinary email from an woman he did not know named Sue. The subject line of her message simply read, “Soul Shift, page 189.” That was the page on which Mark had described his dream visitation with Brandon.

Sue continued her email to Mark, revealing that she had a dream visitation from her son in spirit, meeting him in the same remarkable “glowing white room dream/experience” Mark had described on page 189 of Soul Shift. She shared how this experience had left a lasting impact on her: “It was so vivid and profound that I find myself thinking about it nearly daily.” She went on to vividly describe her own encounter, describing the room with three walls suffused in radiant light and her son emitting a radiant glow from his head, accompanied by an infectious smile.

The accounts were the same, validating them as experiences of the afterlife.

This experience of a room with no walls appears in accounts people living in the afterlife give of their entrance to the afterlife. Some describe awakening in a hospital-like setting called a “reception area” or “rest house” where people help them make the adjustment to leaving the Earth. Their loved ones come to visit them and take them on to their new life. It is most often described as having many beds and no walls. Three example descriptions of the rooms with no walls follow.

Account 1

It was a home of rest for those who had come into spirit after long illness, or who had had a violent passing, and who were inconsequence, suffering from shock. . . . It was built in the classical style, two or three stories high, and it was entirely open upon all sides. [2]

Account 2

A curious characteristic of places where newly arrived souls are brought to recover from the shock of passing—a lack of walls. [3]

Account 3

I “woke up” here in this hospital of the rest home. My room had no walls and the sunlight seemed to flow over one all the time. [4]

 


[1] Account in an email from Mark on January 12, 2024.

[2] Anthony Borgia, Life in the World Unseen (London: Corgi Books, 1970), 23.

[3] Miles Allen, The Realities of Heaven: Fifty Spirits
Describe Your Future Home
(CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform,
2015)
, 135.

[4] Helen Greaves, Testimony of Light: An Extraordinary Message of Life After Death (New York: TarcherPerigee, 2009), 12.

Mark Ireland

Our good friend Mark Ireland describes a validation of a dream experience a woman had. [1] Mark is the author of Soul Shift: Finding Where the Dead Go and The Persistence of the Soul, describing his personal quest for answers about life after death after his youngest son, Brandon, transitioned from this life to the afterlife. Mark is  the son of renowned mid-twentieth century psychic Richard Ireland. 

Toward the conclusion of his first book, Soul Shift, Mark recounted an exceptionally poignant and reassuring encounter from his past—a vivid dream encounter with Brandon, living in the afterlife.

In this dream, Mark and Brandon found themselves in a space enclosed by three walls, bathed in a luminous white light. The missing fourth wall seemed to unveil a profound emptiness, akin to a gateway leading to the boundless expanse of the universe—an infinity stretching before them. The area where they were appeared to be a sanctuary where they felt they could communicate in the midst of the vastness of eternity. Despite the surreal and otherworldly environment, Mark felt as if both of them were in physical form, completely aware and wide awake.

You can support this effort to give people the truth about the reality of the afterlife with your $6 contribution.

Recently, Mark received an extraordinary email from an woman he did not know named Sue. The subject line of her message simply read, “Soul Shift, page 189.” That was the page on which Mark had described his dream visitation with Brandon.

Sue continued her email to Mark, revealing that she had a dream visitation from her son in spirit, meeting him in the same remarkable “glowing white room dream/experience” Mark had described on page 189 of Soul Shift. She shared how this experience had left a lasting impact on her: “It was so vivid and profound that I find myself thinking about it nearly daily.” She went on to vividly describe her own encounter, describing the room with three walls suffused in radiant light and her son emitting a radiant glow from his head, accompanied by an infectious smile.

The accounts were the same, validating them as experiences of the afterlife.

This experience of a room with no walls appears in accounts people living in the afterlife give of their entrance to the afterlife. Some describe awakening in a hospital-like setting called a “reception area” or “rest house” where people help them make the adjustment to leaving the Earth. Their loved ones come to visit them and take them on to their new life. It is most often described as having many beds and no walls. Three example descriptions of the rooms with no walls follow.

Account 1

It was a home of rest for those who had come into spirit after long illness, or who had had a violent passing, and who were inconsequence, suffering from shock. . . . It was built in the classical style, two or three stories high, and it was entirely open upon all sides. [2]

Account 2

A curious characteristic of places where newly arrived souls are brought to recover from the shock of passing—a lack of walls. [3]

Account 3

I “woke up” here in this hospital of the rest home. My room had no walls and the sunlight seemed to flow over one all the time. [4]

 


[1] Account in an email from Mark on January 12, 2024.

[2] Anthony Borgia, Life in the World Unseen (London: Corgi Books, 1970), 23.

[3] Miles Allen, The Realities of Heaven: Fifty Spirits
Describe Your Future Home
(CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform,
2015)
, 135.

[4] Helen Greaves, Testimony of Light: An Extraordinary Message of Life After Death (New York: TarcherPerigee, 2009), 12.

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