In A Journey to The Afterlife: Now you know what will happen, Stephen Chong, M.Ed., shares messages received beyond the veil about the concept of death.
Included below is chapter 8, reprinted with permission
The book is a guide to the hereafter and what awaits us after we die – all based on our actions in this life and their consequences, according to the Laws of Heaven & Earth.
Through the eyes of the main character, Athar, I (the writer) was taken to many levels in heaven’s realm. It was akin to a ‘scenic-railway tour’ of the afterlife, where one can experience heaven’s many ‘levels’ and ‘houses’ BEFORE you get there.
A beautifully written novel replete with spiritual knowledge shared by “Athar” provides a concise understanding of what happens in the afterlife. It will expand your consciousness to ask questions and to question your current BS ( belief system) regarding the afterlife.
Chong is not describing a Near- Death-Experience, which is an accurate description of limited perspective by those who have had an experience. ‘The Afterlife’ is written through the medium of the story – this is a great enabler. It enables the reader to experience the revelation of their truth at a metaphysical or mystical level. It is for the reader to determine as truth, folly, or fiction because it is their
With ‘The Afterlife,’ Chong is not trying to convince anybody of my beliefs. He merely makes an offering of its potential. To direct those with ‘ears that hear and open hearts’ to find answers. The reader will deeply experience their truth.
We talk about
- The Laws of Heaven and Earth
- The Afterlife
- Purgatory – self-reflection
- The Healing Arena
- The Nether Regions
- The Abode of Reunion
- The Hall of Children
- The blue mist
- Cause and effect during life determine where you land.
Excerpt from Chapter 8
Reprinted with permission
The Afterlife, a journey to
Excerpt from Chapter 8 – The Planning
We passed a room, much like a library or classroom, where many students were under instruction from a master amidst a lesson of learning. Then, yet another large room containing many couches, similar to those previously described, held safe and secured many little souls in repose. It could be seen
that many advanced beings were in close attendance to care for each sleeping form. I could barely contain my wonder as a myriad of questions tumbled to the fore and sought answers each before the other.
“Come,” said Atticus, before I could find a proper voice. “There is someone I would like you to meet.”
Moving further into the building’s hallways, awaiting our attendance, was the most beautiful being I believe I had ever encountered. Atticus, it is good to see you, my old friend. I have heard much of the
dominion of your love and good works.” Her dulcet voice resonated in sweet cascade, then stopped as she cast her welcoming gaze upon me. It was as if I was showered in love by raindrops from the well of heaven. I did well to hold to my proper sensibilities but could find no words in proper greeting.
“I see that you have brought an eager student to our doors. Welcome …” she said as I clasped her outstretched hand in my own, feeling tingling through my being that I could not even now explain. “My name is Evangeline.”
“Athar is an eager student of the divine, Evangeline, and has evoked a willingness to heal those in need and suffering. But first, I have brought him to your door to show the love and compassion that you minister to the children of heaven.”
“I am most glad of your kindness, dear Atticus. And to you, Athar, I am at your service to explain how we minister to God’s chosen innocents. Come, let us walk through the halls and I will speak with you of our Father’s works.”
At Evangeline’s behest, we took a turn down a hallway, one of the many, and stopped at a large hall of study. It was a room filled with many tomes, not dissimilar to the great library of my previous visitations. The room was full of many eager young learners fixed in attention upon the master, amidst instruction at the front of the room. “All children who have left the earth-plane in the early stages will continue their education and wellbeing. All shall receive proper instruction to the ways of heaven. No child shall be left behind in their education of the divine laws of heaven and earth. They are all, without exception, given the knowledge required to progress through the stages of the divine.” “But what of a parent’s responsibility in such regard? Does not the bond between parent and child continue to blossom and hold fast to love and attachment?”
“Indeed, it does, Athar. The bond of love between a parent and child will extend across the eternal if only it is strong and true. No bond of love is ever broken. It is the cord that seeks to sustain one and the other across the vast expanse of our Father’s heaven. Yet, if no such bond exists, if the strains of earthly relationships have soured such fulfilment, then, as you see, no child will suffer for its absence. Their well will be replenished by many loving hands so that the child knows not any privation.” I stood in awe perhaps a while longer than supposed – until Evangeline broke the spell of my fixation. “Come,” she said gently, “there is more for you to see.”
We were led further along numerous hallways, each resplendent in fine décor and colourful design, until we arrived at another chamber that, even as we approached, seemed to resonate with a chorale of beautiful voices in quiet chant. The atmosphere held a faint tint of blue colouration which radiated
through a window portal in the ceiling. It seemed to fill the very air with an elixir of life that held the potential for all love to flourish. Inside the room, as we entered, I could not help but notice the glow
of the number of souls in attendance to the many children. Each of their robes seemed to be alive with a radiance not before seen to my eyes, and their attention to the little babes under their care was evident to behold. Many young fledgelings lay in repose in the soft down of the vessel holding their comfort.
“Each child is a teardrop from the eyes of our Father, dear Athar. Each child is nurtured until they reach the fullness of their spirit. Their attainment of the prime of life is by no means hindered by their early passing to this heavenly realm. Our Father’s love shines brightly upon each soul until it is of an evolvement to determine its future progress in the spirit of the divine.” As she spoke, without warning and of its own volition, my mind strayed to the many challenges and hurdles of my upbringing, and I could barely hold fast to my currency and to the love to which I now bore witness. Within but a beat, Evangeline seemed to know my thoughts in revelation. “Your road has been difficult, dear Athar. This is known to us of the higher realms. Yet, know that the cross of your harsh learning is now akin to
the alchemists’ cauldron. What was before leaden, is now turning to the gold of joy and celebration to the task laying before you.” I couldn’t help myself. I could no longer stand on any further ceremony. The joy in my heart was full to overflowing, and I reached out my hands to hers and fell to my knees as tears tumbled in heavy droplets upon my shimmering chemise. “You are most welcome, my dearest, Athar,” she said helping me to rise. “But know that what I am – like these children – is what you too will
become. And more so will it be.” Smiling upon these words, Evangeline took gracious leave and left me
in awe, but with a heart replete. Alone in Atticus’ company once more, as we made our way outside to the lush garden we stopped suddenly. I could not help but turn as we exited to see Evangeline standing by an open portal, to wave us good cheer in depart. My heart burst open again and I could not restrain another flood of tears that cascaded as before. It was as if a century of my harsh life had dissolved in a moment in the presence of such grace as I had just witnessed. Atticus did not say anything. He did not have to.
Stephen Chong, M.Ed., is an author, speaker, and screenwriter who draws his inspiration from life. Themes of life that relate to us all – love, grief, struggle, overcoming obstacles. Culminating in his five inspirational novels, five feature-film screenplays, and multiple short stories, he has converted these ‘life themes’ into stories that relate to us all. Stories that resonate in the soul. Stories that identify us as unique and wonderful human beings. Stephen’s wise observations of modern work and personal life will give insight how to realise your highest potential through a rich and fulfilling life.