Just how much do people know after they die.
This is Session 546 from Seth Speaks.
He’d been discussing suicides and the careful ‘therapy’ that was utilized to help those who had died in such a manner. He follows up with some interesting info about those who don’t realize they’ve died. A quick note that he references “The time of choosing,” which is in regards to the next existence or incarnation. Here’s Seth:
“Again, teachers are available to explain the true situation. Various therapies are used. For example, the personality may be led back to the events prior to the decision. Then the personality is allowed to change the decision. An amnesia effect is induced, so that the suicide itself is forgotten. Only after is the individual informed of the act, when he is better able to face it and understand it.
Obviously, however, these conditions are also impediments to the time of choosing. It goes without saying that an obsession with earthly concerns also acts in the same manner. In such instances, often the personality will insist upon focusing his perceptive abilities and energies toward physical existence. This is a psychic refusal to accept the face of death. The individual knows quite well that he is dead in your terms, but he refuses to complete the physical separation.
Now: There are instances of course where the individuals concerned do not realize the fact of death. It is not a matter of refusing to accept it, but a lack of perception. In this state such an individual will also be obsessed with earthly concerns, and wander perhaps bewildered throughout his own home or surroundings. The time of choosing will, of course, necessarily be postponed.
The mechanics of transition therefore are highly variable, as the mechanics of physical life are highly variable. Many of the impediments that I have mentioned impede progress not only after death, but during your own physical existence. This should certainly be taken into consideration.”