Will I Have a Body in the Afterlife?

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Most people today have the wrong conception about what happens when we go on to the life after this life. That’s especially true of whether we have bodies. The YouTube video below has an answer to the question, “Will we have a body in the afterlife?” The text of the video follows the controls.

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

Mistaken ideas about the afterlife come mostly from religions. Their beliefs are not based on communication with people living in the next life. Today, we have abundant communication from people living in the afterlife. They have cleared up the misconceptions so now we know without a doubt that we have real bodies just as we have on Earth.

It would help if you realize that Earth is a spiritual plane, just as the afterlife plane is. The rules and things we experience change, but people who wake up on the other side all say they’re surprised that the afterlife is just like this life. There, people have bodies, walk on streets, garden, build things, and otherwise do much the same things as we do on Earth. They have just changed focus from the Earth to the next life, like changing the channel on a television.

They tell us the notions that we change to be lights of being without bodies or that we’ll be sitting on clouds strumming harps are simply not true.

I have heard one person communicating from the afterlife say he doesn’t know if he has internal organs. But it doesn’t matter. There’s no need for internal organs. There is no surgery. There are no old-people diseases that would require surgery. No organs fail.

What stays the same is who we are: our personalities, memories, likes, dislikes, attitudes, and all the rest of what makes us the person we are. We just change from one plane to another, and we trade in our bodies for new bodies.

The bodies we will have if we pass from this life as adults are the bodies we had in our prime on earth, in our 20s or 30s. Children who pass away grow up on the next plane of life until they have bodies in their 20s or 30s. Our bodies are perfect and healthy.

People in the afterlife can eat and drink if they want, although they don’t need to. The body doesn’t need nourishment. Some people describe having sensual body pleasures, such as having sex or smoking a pipe.

I want to assure you that you will have a solid body in the next life just as you have in this life. And you will have all the abilities and pleasures of a body. You’ll have a wonderful time in your new body and new surroundings.

In Summary

Misconceptions about the afterlife, particularly regarding the existence of bodies, are clarified based on insights purportedly communicated from individuals living in the next life. Contrary to popular beliefs influenced by religion, it is asserted that people in the afterlife do indeed have real bodies, engaging in activities similar to those on Earth. Personalities remain unchanged, with bodies representing individuals in their prime, offering perfect health and the capacity for various bodily experiences and pleasures.

FAQs

Will I have a body in the afterlife?

According to insights from purported communications with individuals in the afterlife, it is affirmed that individuals do have bodies in the afterlife, akin to their earthly bodies but in prime health.

Do people eat in the afterlife?

While people in the afterlife may have the ability to eat if they desire, it is emphasized that nourishment is not a necessity for their bodies, as described in communications from those who have transitioned.

Do people drink in the afterlife?

Similarly, individuals in the afterlife may have the option to drink, although it is noted that their bodies do not require nourishment. Sensual pleasures such as drinking are described by some as part of the afterlife experience.

 

Do people have bodies in heaven?

Insights suggest that individuals in the afterlife, including those in heavenly realms, indeed possess bodies, albeit perfect and healthy versions of themselves, as conveyed through purported communications from the afterlife.

What age will my body be in the afterlife?

As per purported communications from the afterlife, individuals who transition as adults retain bodies resembling their prime years on Earth, typically in their 20s or 30s. Children who pass away are said to grow up on the next plane until they reach a similar age range.

Are there limitations to bodily functions in the afterlife?

Communications from individuals in the afterlife indicate that bodily functions may differ from those on Earth. While there are no old-age ailments or the need for surgery, individuals describe engaging in sensual pleasures and activities such as eating, drinking, and potentially even having sex or indulging in other physical enjoyments.

Most people today have the wrong conception about what happens when we go on to the life after this life. That’s especially true of whether we have bodies. The YouTube video below has an answer to the question, “Will we have a body in the afterlife?” The text of the video follows the controls.

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

Mistaken ideas about the afterlife come mostly from religions. Their beliefs are not based on communication with people living in the next life. Today, we have abundant communication from people living in the afterlife. They have cleared up the misconceptions so now we know without a doubt that we have real bodies just as we have on Earth.

It would help if you realize that Earth is a spiritual plane, just as the afterlife plane is. The rules and things we experience change, but people who wake up on the other side all say they’re surprised that the afterlife is just like this life. There, people have bodies, walk on streets, garden, build things, and otherwise do much the same things as we do on Earth. They have just changed focus from the Earth to the next life, like changing the channel on a television.

They tell us the notions that we change to be lights of being without bodies or that we’ll be sitting on clouds strumming harps are simply not true.

I have heard one person communicating from the afterlife say he doesn’t know if he has internal organs. But it doesn’t matter. There’s no need for internal organs. There is no surgery. There are no old-people diseases that would require surgery. No organs fail.

What stays the same is who we are: our personalities, memories, likes, dislikes, attitudes, and all the rest of what makes us the person we are. We just change from one plane to another, and we trade in our bodies for new bodies.

The bodies we will have if we pass from this life as adults are the bodies we had in our prime on earth, in our 20s or 30s. Children who pass away grow up on the next plane of life until they have bodies in their 20s or 30s. Our bodies are perfect and healthy.

People in the afterlife can eat and drink if they want, although they don’t need to. The body doesn’t need nourishment. Some people describe having sensual body pleasures, such as having sex or smoking a pipe.

I want to assure you that you will have a solid body in the next life just as you have in this life. And you will have all the abilities and pleasures of a body. You’ll have a wonderful time in your new body and new surroundings.

In Summary

Misconceptions about the afterlife, particularly regarding the existence of bodies, are clarified based on insights purportedly communicated from individuals living in the next life. Contrary to popular beliefs influenced by religion, it is asserted that people in the afterlife do indeed have real bodies, engaging in activities similar to those on Earth. Personalities remain unchanged, with bodies representing individuals in their prime, offering perfect health and the capacity for various bodily experiences and pleasures.

FAQs

Will I have a body in the afterlife?

According to insights from purported communications with individuals in the afterlife, it is affirmed that individuals do have bodies in the afterlife, akin to their earthly bodies but in prime health.

Do people eat in the afterlife?

While people in the afterlife may have the ability to eat if they desire, it is emphasized that nourishment is not a necessity for their bodies, as described in communications from those who have transitioned.

Do people drink in the afterlife?

Similarly, individuals in the afterlife may have the option to drink, although it is noted that their bodies do not require nourishment. Sensual pleasures such as drinking are described by some as part of the afterlife experience.

 

Do people have bodies in heaven?

Insights suggest that individuals in the afterlife, including those in heavenly realms, indeed possess bodies, albeit perfect and healthy versions of themselves, as conveyed through purported communications from the afterlife.

What age will my body be in the afterlife?

As per purported communications from the afterlife, individuals who transition as adults retain bodies resembling their prime years on Earth, typically in their 20s or 30s. Children who pass away are said to grow up on the next plane until they reach a similar age range.

Are there limitations to bodily functions in the afterlife?

Communications from individuals in the afterlife indicate that bodily functions may differ from those on Earth. While there are no old-age ailments or the need for surgery, individuals describe engaging in sensual pleasures and activities such as eating, drinking, and potentially even having sex or indulging in other physical enjoyments.

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