I have heard and read many stories about what happens to the soul of YOU after a suicide death. Obviously, I do not have the true answer but there are some people who say they do or have some idea of what happens with the soul of You after death by suicide.
Religious, spiritual and cultural beliefs play a role in what you believe to be your “truth”. Being raised Catholic, I remember being told from a young age that suicide was a “bad” thing to do. Okay, but why?
Who really knows why? Who do you believe? What do you believe? Does the soul roam the deeper realms forever or is there a way to move forward and be accepted into heaven or whatever better place you think there might be?
I typed “What happens to the soul after suicide death” in the search bar and several selections addressing spiritual or religious beliefs were displayed. Here are a few;
Near Death Experiences (NDE) and Suicide with Dr. George Ritchie who mentions, “… the quality of life a person initially finds after suicide is influenced by their motive for committing it.”
The Spiritual Consequences of Suicide with Erin Pavlina who states, “I often get emails from people asking if they should commit suicide and wanting to know what will happen to their souls when they do.”
What Happens In The Afterlife To People Who Commit Suicide? with Bob Olson who mentions, “If you have lost someone because they took their own life or you are merely curious about this subject, this video promises to be thought-provoking, insightful and comforting.”
James Van Praagh, Sylvia Brown and John Edwards are among several spiritual mediums who talk about suicide death in their books. In many cases there are references to quotes from the bible.
The bible in and of itself has numerous references to life, death and suicide. I am not here to debate the subject matter, only to offer different perspectives and resources to enable you to delve further and determine what resonates with your meaning of truth.
“While the person who commits suicide dies only once, the loved ones left behind often die a thousand deaths wondering why.” – Anonymous
All my best,
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