Once it is created, LIFE cannot be extinguished because its nature is a nonmaterial structure with spirituality and this nonmaterial structure does not die. It can only transform from one form to another and from one space to another.
As the number of people on earth increases, the number of animals and plants decreases accordingly and were the number of Human Celestial Beings in the Thousand-year world to increase, then the number of people in the Mortal World would decrease accordingly. This is the way it goes.
LIVES transmigrate and transform in the following ten spaces:
When we see that someone is dead, it does not mean that their LIFE is dead, but only that their carrier is dead. It is as if we moved out of an old house and into a new one; the previous house became useless or it was being called “dead”. We cannot say that we have died just because we moved out when our previous house became empty.
What would we do if we wanted to cross a river and travel to the other side? We would build or rent a boat, but once the boat pulls onto the opposite shore, we would abandon it because the boat would have accomplished its mission, and we would then go ashore and continue along our way.
We are LIFE; the boat is flesh; the river is life. We enter into this river by means of our bodies and then paddle toward the other side. As soon as we land ashore, we would abandon our boat - or body - and continue on with our journey.
Should we describe candles that have burnt down to their ends as being “dead”?
No, surely water does not die. What will die is just the water’s form, but its nature will turn into vapor and rise up to the sky. When it meets cold air, it will drop down to the earth in the form of rain or snow. Therefore, water is constantly cycling (transmigrating). If water were to die, its volume would have long-since depleted.
In the second section of “Unconventional thinking”, in my article entitled “Life and death are only images; LIFE has neither life nor death”, I demonstrated the philosophic principle that LIFE has neither life nor death and listed some examples such as the regeneration of a girl, the witness of the reincarnation of the Living Buddha of Tibet, and the results of research at the International Near-death Research Institute. You may wish to reread this part once again.
It might occur to you suddenly that someplace or something seems so familiar that you feel like you have been there before or touched it before, but this only happens when your mind is in a peaceful, resting state, and that feeling disappears quickly. Why does this feeling arise? It is because this phenomenon is a reflection of your instant memory from past environments in your previous lives which are buried into your subconscious thoughts.