“There are over 100 definitions of life and all are wrong. It is surprisingly difficult to pin down the difference between living and non-living things.” (BBC-EARTH; Josh Gabbatiss; Jan 2, 2017)
“A knowledge of spiritual things cannot be obtained by merely reasoning logically from external appearances existing on the physical plane, but it may be acquired by obtaining more spirituality, and making one’s self capable to feel and to see the things of the spirit.” --Paracelus, Swiss physician.
The physical plane, for me, is simply one plane of existence. Within this plane, is a definitive, objective, explanation of life: being that of the condition that distinguishes animals and plants from inorganic matter, including the capacity for growth, reproduction, functional activity and continual change. The end of life, here on Earth, is the cessation of these biological functions.
Asking a scientist, a philosopher, a theologian the definition of life and each can come up with a different definition.
If there are numerous definitions of what life is, as we know or experience it here on Earth, what about life as we DO NOT KNOW IT? This for me, is my passion, to look at life as we do not know it in our physical realm and what and how the afterlife manifests, here on Earth and the realms beyond.
Sigmund Freud said, “IF I HAD MY LIFE TO LIVE OVER AGAIN, I SHOULD DEVOTE MY LIFE TO PSYCHICAL RESEARCH RATHER THAN PSYCHOANALYSIS.”WERNER HEISENBURG (Founder of Quantum Physics) “Not only is the Universe stranger than we think, it is stranger than we can think.”The Afterlife is experienced outside our ‘thinking’. We have all had experiences we cannot ‘think through’ or explain definitively.
We live in a non-objective Universe where even life, as we experience, cannot precisely be defined in mere facts.The Afterlife, life after death, is the existence and essential part of a person’s identity continuing on in another realm or dimension. Just as ‘life’ has many definitions here on Earth, there are even more concepts of the Afterlife.
My purpose is to explore and expand on this unique understanding of something we must all, sooner or later, experience. Like Freud, my passion is devoting my life to this psychical research to give understanding, hope and purpose to our continued experience and existence here and the hereafter.
From an early age, those that have passed on have visited Christoper. The most famous are profiled in his book Trestle Creek. They come to him with messages for strangers that he meets quite by accident. Often during readings you may expect to have one person show up when in fact someone else with a more pressing message may arrive. It is important to have an open mind, take notes, and be aware of what you are being told. In many cases, the experience can be life transforming.