Yram - And death
Type of Spiritual Experience
A description of the experience
Practical Astral projection - Yram
I once noticed, whilst I was in-the astral world, a region in the ether where, after death, those people go who …. know of nothing but their daily work, with its pleasures and difficulties. At first their material sensations persist. But, as I have just written, a devoted band shares the joy of helping these poor half-blind people to put into operation the possibilities of the world in which they find themselves.
They start by freeing them from their crudest material ties, and help them to organize a social system in which they will all be happy. In this state each one will devote himself to his work, and familiar habits: Technical work, administrative work, commerce, and scientific experiment, all carried out in a state of peace and calm in accordance with the nature of the matter in which they find themselves. Among others I noticed a group who were studying the circulation of the sap in a plant which had been specially enlarged for the purpose.
As I saw it, space had been divided into sections in which were placed people of similar affections. Everyone was happy. I watched a certain class of workmen draw their wages and contrive important economies. Had they but known it they had but to think of it to become multi-millionaires. In the life beyond, as on earth, all is relative. One can only become aware by acquired knowledge.…………..
To sum up, no one can develop except by the help of knowledge and affection. This is logical, rational and in accordance with the human constitution. By letting everyone have the means of putting these essentials to the best use, and ,to the greatest possible extent, one helps evolution.
It seems as if the different sections of this organization ended in cross-roads. These crossroads represented concentration points from which human beings were collected into their different categories. Quantities of streets seemed to end up there, from which one could go towards other planes by means of ladders set up in different directions. Waiting-rooms furnished with sofas covered with red velvet allowed new-comers to await their turn.