Learning some of the dynamics of what happens “after” is useful to understand some of the things that happen to us in our lives and also to learn how to “behave” when we face that path.
In this sense we try to talk about the past beings, defining them to simplify entities.
Contact with astral spirits
After physical death, the etheric body, also called the thin or astral body, separates from the physical body. The energy of a human being is stored within the etheric body; Information corresponding to the personality or false self, with the entire range of emotional and physical patterns accumulated during physical life experiences, is recorded in this energy field, including experiences of other lives.
Wrapped in this thin body, the being heads towards the light, which is always present. The guiding spirits approach to receive the spirit of the recently deceased person. Spiritual guides do not have a definite form, they can appear as angels, deceased loved ones or simply forms of energy. The spirits of family members or people dear to us can guide us, and even if they do not have a form, the deceased recognizes them by the vibration of their souls. If you will be next to an undefined form, the eyes, which are considered the windows of the soul, will be the key to recognizing the entity.
This is important because many entities, whose purpose is not to lead the newcomer, turn up waiting for the newly deceased person to “deceive ” her” These are entities looking for spirits who do not have sufficient knowledge to defend themselves.
If the spirit of the deceased moves beyond the portal, it will advance to another density where the souls of all beings are located after death. At the moment of death, the silver cord that connects the spirit with the physical body breaks definitively
However, not all deceased spirits walk their way to the light. Some can be lost along the way, either by conscious choice or by simple ignorance, many remain trapped between two densities. Strange as it may seem, even a person dear to us could get stuck if he believes that it is not right to leave loved ones or is too attached to physical life for any other reason.
We call this”low Astral sphere”. Those who fail to cross this “portal “wander around this area, very close to the physical dimension, so close that they can interact with a human being who adheres even if unconsciously to his”company”. In this way the locked entity can continue to enjoy the activities inherent in physical life. The disembodied spirit partially or completely joins the subconscious of a “living ” person by exerting a certain influence on mental processes, emotions, behavior, and also on the physical body. In this way the entity becomes a parasite in the mind of the host.
These entities feed, like parasites from the sensory-motor and emotional apparatus of the same individual, through which it is connected with the external environment. An astral intrusion does not necessarily mean possession, since an individual can carry out an absolutely normal life, without ever being aware that his “space” has been occupied by other entities connected to him. There are several types of parasitic astral entities.
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The most common are the product of consciousness of disembodied human entities, namely, human beings who for some reason did not complete the transition process after the death of the physical body, and remained “stuck”, with or without their consent to the intermediate or lower Astral state.
A victim who is in this condition may not notice it at all during the full acquisition by the entity. It seems that the reasons why an individual does not complete his transition are different; some examples include: a traumatic or sudden death that can shock and/or surprise a person to the point of traumatizing the newly deceased spirit. This death can cause different emotional states that can range from stupor, anger, fear, despair, guilt, remorse, etc. The entity, therefore, may refuse to accept physical death or may just be unaware of what is happening to it. Emotions, whether positive or negative, obsess to the point of acting as an anchor that prevents the complete transition of the subject. Thus, feelings of hatred, guilt, remorse, anger, and even excessive love, can interfere with the transition.