We recognize the continuous nature of consciousness is everlasting [from what is commonly referred to as “life before-birth” throughout its current state and continuing on “after-death”] with a perpetual observation of manifestation [within the immortality of the Wholly Spiritual Universe]. As consciousness continues to experience its perceptual reality as an extension of its mentality, its endless escapades reflect what it chooses, which give it authority over what it will experience. Fulfilling its function, its perceived adventures expand from what it previously (currently) believed and therefore manifests an augmentation of it, administering a natural selection of anticipated options.
This augmented experience marginally exceeds its present disposition, never excessively expanding beyond its instinctive actions and reactions, from what it honestly believes is currently real, possible, or deserves living. Therefore absolutely any circumstance is possible within the extensive variations of alternate universes [being a multitude of any variation of a “heaven”, “hell”, or any degree of reincarnation or resurrection], however its tendency is to choose a currently relatable experience.
Life in it self is a presence not pertaining to bodies, souls, or a personality based off of these things, its existence is a combination extending from the original source of all potential. “Life” references to an awareness of existence, whose perception must include something consummating its ability to do so, therefore it can not be extinguished only transfigured. It was by this cooperative authority it extended into souls, then physical bodies, and it is through this collaboration it will continue.
“Life is always here and the images it perceives and identifies as, are what changes.”
- Rev. Devan Jesse Byrne
In Short, this Statute indicates that:
1. All “life” is a constant and is not always in association to a body.
2. All life (even as everything) is an extension of what “God” is.
3. We lived before life in a body and will after it.
4. What we know as life is a combination of Crist-Consciousness reflected within the conforming representation of the Wholly Spiritual Universe.
5. “Death” of a “body” is a transfiguration of the representation of what Christ-Consciousness believes.
6. Seeing others “die” is not the same as what occurs when you “die” the in-animation of bodies is a representation of what you (as christ) believe, while you do not believe in life-eternal.
7. All existence (including life) is a (various) combination of what “God”, “Christ” and the “Wholly Spiritual Universe” is together. Dimensions reflect the changing and evolution of what the chooser (Christ) thinks, believes and desires. Its seeming “death” is a climax of the choice for more than what the current dimension is designed to offer.