Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness
Here, I’d like to talk more about the fate of children who pass into spirit early in life. I know this is a difficult subject for a lot of people, but I think it helps to see that in the vast majority of cases, children who pass on early will thrive in the spiritual realms.
Their journey from life to ‘death’ is much more difficult for their parents than it is for them, and they experience a wonderful and joyous life in the fourth dimension that, if their parents could see, they’d be reassured that their child’s safe and enjoying their new lives.
It can be heartbreaking to fathom the idea of one’s child being gone, but hopefully, understanding that the place we go when we die is a very real and uplifting place will take some of the sting out of what’s otherwise a very unfortunate and devastating loss.
I’ll probably continue to write reports about the fate of children who pass into spirit, because I think it’s a very interesting subject that we’d all benefit from learning about.
I’ve always been interested in life after death; in what the realms beyond are like for the people who pass into them, and I’d imagine these realms are even more interesting to children, who are always filled with an unexplainable mysticism. Continue reading