Reincarnation is an integral part of a person's life. The reincarnation cycle ensures that we humans are incarnated again and again over thousands of years in new bodies in order to be able to experience the game of duality again. We are born again, subconsciously striving for the realization of our own soul plan, developing mentally/emotionally/physically, gaining new perspectives and repeating this cycle. You can only end this cycle by developing yourself extremely mentally/emotionally or by increasing your own vibration frequency in such a way that you yourself assume a completely light/positive/true state (acting from the true self). However, this article is not intended to be about that Ending the cycle of reincarnation go, but much more about the mental attachment to the body, which is maintained after death with certain factors. What happens when death occurs (death is just a frequency change)? Does our soul immediately leave the body and rise to higher spheres, or does the soul remain bound to the body for the time being? I will answer these and other questions in the following article.
The mental attachment to the body
When the physical shell of a person falls apart and death occurs, the soul leaves the body and, due to this frequency change, reaches the so-called afterlife (the afterlife has absolutely nothing to do with what is propagated and suggested to us by various religious authorities). Simply put, once you get there, you integrate into an energetic level of the afterlife. In this context there are light and dense levels, the classification is made according to one's own mental and spiritual development level in the previous life. The higher one was developed, the clearer the level into which one is subsequently integrated (there are a total of 7 "beyond levels"). After a certain period of time, the reincarnation cycle begins again and you are reborn. But the soul does not leave the body directly at the onset of death. On the contrary, depending on the method of burial, the soul still remains in the body, is bound to it and cannot reincarnate at first. This circumstance is caused above all in a classic burial or in a burial. When the body is buried, the soul remains in the body and is bound to it. This physical bondage only disappears when one's own physical decay has progressed very far, only then is it possible for the soul to leave the body. As a rule, this physical decay lasts 1 year. During this period one is still attached to the physical body. One gets everything that is happening around oneself, perceives the outer world, but one can no longer express oneself in the material world and lingers in the body. Seen in this way, the soul then waits for physical decay in order to finally be able to find peace of mind again.
The physical detachment of the soul!!
Only when the physical structures have disintegrated to a certain extent can the soul detach itself from the body, ascend to the afterlife and begin the cycle of reincarnation again. This point makes it clear that conventional burial is not the best option. The cycle of reincarnation is delayed and one is then trapped in the lingering remnants of the body. Not a nice situation.
Spiritual salvation through cremation
In return, cremation is much easier on one's soul. Apart from the fact that the fire has a cleansing effect or that energetic cleaning takes place when the body is burned, it looks like the soul is immediately redeemed when the body is burned. All the organics disintegrate completely and the soul of the deceased frees itself immediately. The physical bondage is only short-lived, the soul can start the reincarnation cycle again after a short time and is not subject to a 1-year physical imprisonment. For this reason, in the Slavic tribes of the time, people were buried according to Vedic tradition. The bodies were therefore intentionally burned at these times so that the souls could immediately ascend with the help of the fire. For this reason, high-ranking people or people who were mentally very well developed were also buried in so-called stone graves in the Middle Ages. This occult burial prevented the souls from being able to start the cycle of reincarnation again, thereby blocking the further development of the soul, preventing reincarnation for these people and so they became eternal prisoners. An unimaginably bad situation. For this reason, cremation would be by far the most convenient and quickest method of redeeming one's soul. Nevertheless, a classic earth burial is preferred to cremation, especially in the western world. In the end, however, the suffering/development process of the soul is lengthened and reincarnation is delayed. Which burial method you choose at the end of the day is up to you. The fact is that whether it is a fire or a burial, the soul eventually leaves the material shell and realigns itself in an energetic level of existence.
Attaining an immortal state…!!
One is then reborn again and experiences the game of duality until one has reached such a high mental level that one breaks through the cycle of reincarnation and one immortal state can attain. However, this project requires countless incarnations and requires a completely pure mental and spiritual state. Only when you have conquered all physical desires or your own spirit is no longer tied to physical dependencies, burdens, etc., only when you have built up a completely positive spectrum of thoughts, i.e. have become the master of your own incarnation, can the end of the reincarnation cycle be realized . In this sense stay healthy, happy and live a life in harmony.