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Abilities in the afterlife

Ben’s Mum

Occasional Contributor
I have read in various articles and books pertaining to the afterlife that we are able to pursue talents, hobbies or interests that we either didn’t have the time or money to explore and develop on earth. As we are no longer in a physical state, how can we write, draw, sculpture, plant etc?
 

bluebird

Significant Contributor
My general understanding is that once in the afterlife we are able to essentially create any reality we want (assuming it doesn't hurt anyone else). So, for example, if you wanted to take up oil painting in the afterlife, you could just manifest replicas of brushes, paints, canvases, etc., and have at it. They wouldn't actually be physical objects, but they would function as if they were, so it wouldn't really matter. And then the painting you created could be hung on the wall in your house you created, were you so inclined.
 

Ben’s Mum

Occasional Contributor
Thanks Bluebird. An interesting concept, confirming the strength and abilities of “thought”.

I wonder what happens to someone wishing to take up a new interest, not appreciating the necessary tools used on earth, for example wood working?
 

bluebird

Significant Contributor
Well, I've also read that we can interact with any other people we want to, assuming that they also want to interact with us, and that much as we do here, we can teach and learn. So if you wanted to learn woodworking, you could seek out someone in the afterlife who had experience in that area while on earth, and s/he could manifest the tools and teach you.

I feel a bit strange conveying this info since I am not entirely sure the afterlife exists....but the things I've read and am relaying to you do make sense to me, if there is an afterlife at all. Hopefully mac will be along to confirm or correct me, lol.
 

Ben’s Mum

Occasional Contributor
Well, I've also read that we can interact with any other people we want to, assuming that they also want to interact with us, and that much as we do here, we can teach and learn. So if you wanted to learn woodworking, you could seek out someone in the afterlife who had experience in that area while on earth, and s/he could manifest the tools and teach you.

I feel a bit strange conveying this info since I am not entirely sure the afterlife exists....but the things I've read and am relaying to you do make sense to me, if there is an afterlife at all. Hopefully mac will be along to confirm or correct me, lol.
I understand and appreciate your thoughts. I’m positive the afterlife exists, as I’ve experienced signs from Ben that I cannot explain, but willingly accept as confirmation.

I agree it is very difficult to provide answers, we can only go by communications and teachings from spirit guides etc. but, for me and safeguarding my sanity, having lost my dearly loved and deeply missed son, not only do I believe in the afterlife, I am convinced it is better and definitely more fulfilling than that on earth. Just my opinion.
 

mac

janitor / administrator
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As bb anticipated I would add some thoughts for consideration but I'm on holiday and our campground has no wireless service so I' m having to peck out this message on my phone, something I positively HATE doing! I'll come back to this very interesting subject after the weekend.
 

mac

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Thanks Bluebird. An interesting concept, confirming the strength and abilities of “thought”.

I wonder what happens to someone wishing to take up a new interest, not appreciating the necessary tools used on earth, for example wood working?
Bruce Adama became exercised about his expectation he'd be able to do what he wanted, in that particular case building a log cabin. A search here should find what I told him at the time.....
 

mac

janitor / administrator
Staff member
Thanks Bluebird. An interesting concept, confirming the strength and abilities of “thought”.

I wonder what happens to someone wishing to take up a new interest, not appreciating the necessary tools used on earth, for example wood working?
Essentially an individual 'thinks up' what she needs. There's more to it than that though. ;).
 

Ben’s Mum

Occasional Contributor
As bb anticipated I would add some thoughts for consideration but I'm on holiday and our campground has no wireless service so I' m having to peck out this message on my phone, something I positively HATE doing! I'll come back to this very interesting subject after the weekend.
As bb anticipated I would add some thoughts for consideration but I'm on holiday and our campground has no wireless service so I' m having to peck out this message on my phone, something I positively HATE doing! I'll come back to this very interesting subject after the weekend.
Enjoy your vacation!
 
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