Frédéric Chopin in Spirit Explains that the Spirit Is Not in the Body

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Frederic Chopin came through in a Leslie Flint seance

Leslie Flint Was the Most Tested Medium Ever

Leslie Flint was a twentieth-century direct-voice medium. Voices of people living in the afterlife* come through audibly and clearly. Today, we have thousands of the recordings. He was tested extensively and was never found to have any hint of fraud. You can read about the validations that people from the afterlife spoke audibly in his presence at this link.

In this recording, Polish composer and virtuoso pianist Frédéric François Chopin spoke during a Leslie Flint session. He explains that the spirit is not in the body. You can listen to him speaking. A transcript of his statements follows these audio controls.

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

Transcript of Frédéric Chopin's Session

There’s no such thing as a spirit inhabiting a body: that is another fallacy of the fools that try to explain things. We don’t actually inhabit the body, in the sense that some people seem to think, that we are in the body in the same sense that…er…people think that when a person dies we sort of, creep out of it. . . .

Well, it’s not like that. You cannot explain it in that way. What one must remember is that there is an etheric body (which is a duplicate of the material body) which is animated by the spirit, which has no body in the same sense. And that is not necessarily inside the physical body, but it is an animating force which is behind the etheric body and the material body. And when the physical body dies, the etheric body still retains its shape and form and it is that part of Man that is recognized as an individual. And it is that part which people communicate with.

For instance, communication, whatever form it may take, when someone comes from this side of life, it is the etheric body that is being used which is being registered on the more material plane (or nearer to the Earth condition anyway) and it is the animating force of the spirit and the mentality behind it which gives life.

The whole point is that there’s too much talk about bodies. These bodies are merely vehicles in their expression of the mentality and the mind and the spirit… the vitality and the life… the vitalizing force which is life itself. But the etheric body is an important part of Man of which he has no conception. People talk loosely about the spirit, but the spirit is something which is indefinable in as much that it has no shape or form. It is the etheric body that has the shape or form.

Conclusion 

Leslie Flint, renowned for his direct-voice mediumship, provided recordings of purported communications from individuals in the afterlife, including Frédéric Chopin. Chopin’s discourse challenges the notion of spirits inhabiting physical bodies, emphasizing instead the existence of an etheric body animated by the spirit, distinct from the physical form. These insights underscore the complexity of the human essence and offer an alternative perspective on the nature of existence beyond the physical realm.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on Spirit, Soul, and Body Connection:


When does the spirit enter the body?

The timing of when the spirit enters the body is subject to various beliefs and interpretations across different cultures and spiritual traditions. Some believe it occurs at conception, while others suggest it happens at birth or even later in life.

When does your soul enter your body?

Similar to the spirit, beliefs about when the soul enters the body vary widely. Some religions teach that the soul enters at conception, while others propose it enters at birth or at another significant moment in the individual’s life journey.

When does a soul enter a fetus?

The question of when a soul enters a fetus is a matter of theological and philosophical debate. Different religious and spiritual perspectives offer different answers, ranging from conception to various stages of fetal development.

How are the body and soul connected?

The connection between the body and soul is a fundamental aspect of many spiritual and philosophical systems. While interpretations may differ, common beliefs include the idea that the soul animates the body and influences its experiences, actions, and growth.

When does the soul enter the womb?

Views on when the soul enters the womb vary greatly among different belief systems. Some propose it happens at conception, while others suggest it occurs at later stages of fetal development or even at birth.

Is our soul inside our body?

The understanding of whether the soul resides within the body or exists independently of it is a topic of philosophical and theological inquiry. While some perspectives suggest the soul inhabits the body, others propose a more nuanced relationship, wherein the soul interacts with but is not confined to the physical form.

Recording from the Leslie Flint Educational Foundation: https://leslieflint.com
Frederic Chopin came through in a Leslie Flint seance

Leslie Flint Was the Most Tested Medium Ever

Leslie Flint was a twentieth-century direct-voice medium. Voices of people living in the afterlife* come through audibly and clearly. Today, we have thousands of the recordings. He was tested extensively and was never found to have any hint of fraud. You can read about the validations that people from the afterlife spoke audibly in his presence at this link.

In this recording, Polish composer and virtuoso pianist Frédéric François Chopin spoke during a Leslie Flint session. He explains that the spirit is not in the body. You can listen to him speaking. A transcript of his statements follows these audio controls.

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

Transcript of Frédéric Chopin's Session

There’s no such thing as a spirit inhabiting a body: that is another fallacy of the fools that try to explain things. We don’t actually inhabit the body, in the sense that some people seem to think, that we are in the body in the same sense that…er…people think that when a person dies we sort of, creep out of it. . . .

Well, it’s not like that. You cannot explain it in that way. What one must remember is that there is an etheric body (which is a duplicate of the material body) which is animated by the spirit, which has no body in the same sense. And that is not necessarily inside the physical body, but it is an animating force which is behind the etheric body and the material body. And when the physical body dies, the etheric body still retains its shape and form and it is that part of Man that is recognized as an individual. And it is that part which people communicate with.

For instance, communication, whatever form it may take, when someone comes from this side of life, it is the etheric body that is being used which is being registered on the more material plane (or nearer to the Earth condition anyway) and it is the animating force of the spirit and the mentality behind it which gives life.

The whole point is that there’s too much talk about bodies. These bodies are merely vehicles in their expression of the mentality and the mind and the spirit… the vitality and the life… the vitalizing force which is life itself. But the etheric body is an important part of Man of which he has no conception. People talk loosely about the spirit, but the spirit is something which is indefinable in as much that it has no shape or form. It is the etheric body that has the shape or form.

Conclusion 

Leslie Flint, renowned for his direct-voice mediumship, provided recordings of purported communications from individuals in the afterlife, including Frédéric Chopin. Chopin’s discourse challenges the notion of spirits inhabiting physical bodies, emphasizing instead the existence of an etheric body animated by the spirit, distinct from the physical form. These insights underscore the complexity of the human essence and offer an alternative perspective on the nature of existence beyond the physical realm.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on Spirit, Soul, and Body Connection:


When does the spirit enter the body?

The timing of when the spirit enters the body is subject to various beliefs and interpretations across different cultures and spiritual traditions. Some believe it occurs at conception, while others suggest it happens at birth or even later in life.

When does your soul enter your body?

Similar to the spirit, beliefs about when the soul enters the body vary widely. Some religions teach that the soul enters at conception, while others propose it enters at birth or at another significant moment in the individual’s life journey.

When does a soul enter a fetus?

The question of when a soul enters a fetus is a matter of theological and philosophical debate. Different religious and spiritual perspectives offer different answers, ranging from conception to various stages of fetal development.

How are the body and soul connected?

The connection between the body and soul is a fundamental aspect of many spiritual and philosophical systems. While interpretations may differ, common beliefs include the idea that the soul animates the body and influences its experiences, actions, and growth.

When does the soul enter the womb?

Views on when the soul enters the womb vary greatly among different belief systems. Some propose it happens at conception, while others suggest it occurs at later stages of fetal development or even at birth.

Is our soul inside our body?

The understanding of whether the soul resides within the body or exists independently of it is a topic of philosophical and theological inquiry. While some perspectives suggest the soul inhabits the body, others propose a more nuanced relationship, wherein the soul interacts with but is not confined to the physical form.

Recording from the Leslie Flint Educational Foundation: https://leslieflint.com

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