While cremation is the standard procedure, Hindus prefer a watery grave for the departed in the Ganges, which is a sacred river that is believed to purify souls of their sins, or a cremation on its banks. They weigh they're deeds again and they just keep doing that forever. It is a blessing to know when you are going to die, because then you can prepare for it, make a decision whether you are going to be reborn, do intense sadhanas, make preparations. There through an aperture in the top head, it escapes into the air or the mid-region called antrariksham interstellar space. Confucius was very practical, and said that there was no point in speculating about th … ings that nobody can know anything about - the prime example of this being what happens after death. In the eighth century, a mystical sect of Islam began which merged the mystical traditions of the Greeks, Buddhists and Hindus with traditional Islamic faith. Indralok, the standard heaven svar of the Vedic religion remained as a temporary resting place for the pure souls.
Different people in Christendom believe different things. After Death Has Occurred As soon as death occurs, those gathered will avoid unnecessary touching of the body, as it is seen as impure. Most of the Hindus believe in the cycle of birth, death and rebirth, which is called 'Samsara'. There is a belief that if funeral rites are not performed according to the tradition, it will delay the journey of the souls to their respective worlds. Such pictures over time became the accepted images of heaven, the final destiny for the righteous. The third course, which leads to hell, is followed by those who led an impure life, performing actions forbidden by the scriptures. Christianity It is a that how you live your life will affect the quality your death.
To help the faithful in this dangerous journey, the Rig-Veda identifies a colorful god named Yama, who was the first man to die but is now the god of the dead and the ruler and judge of the departed. There, with his queen, Persephone, whom he had abducted from the world above, he ruled the kingdom of the dead. The mantra is about such 'dead' actions. But the idea of rebirth as we know it today is not yet formed. Sinister rivers separated the underworld from the world above, and the aged boatman Charon ferried the souls of the dead across these waters. At the end of the wake, the casket is removed feet-first and brought to the place of cremation. Then the family will gather for a meal.
When the Day of Judgment arrives, everyone is judged according to their deeds in life. This cyclical movement is ceaseless and is generated by a soul's own belief in its separateness from the Absolute. The purpose of heavens and hell In the ultimate sense, the purpose of after life is neither to punish nor reward the souls, but to remind them of the true purpose of their existence. Prayers for longevity and protection against natural calamities, snake bites, diseases, and premature death of children and fetuses is a common theme of many Vedic hymns. The soul can see and feel this, and it detains him from going on. However, while ritual suicide was permitted under extraordinary circumstances, Hindu traditions and customs as a rule do not permit killing of any kind and suicide was no exception.
Some of them may at times incarnate again on their own accord to serve humanity. Jews focus more on their life on Earth, but most Jews believe there is an afterlife, but it can come in many forms. This realization -- moksha -- is liberation, and it may take many lifetimes of effort in a human body to attain. The dying should always remember that the place where one will reincarnate is the place that he is thinking about prior to death. Final Words: The role of religion in death is immense and when it comes to death you simply cannot ignore the religious viewpoints. Here Mundaka 3 -Khanda 2 -Page 8 says किं च मोक्षकाले — What at the time of Moksha? Al-Saffat people will be able to visit their dead relatives Overall heaven is described as a state of happiness no hurt, sorrow, fear or shame and wealth wearing costly robes, bracelets, perfumes; partaking in exquisite banquets, served in priceless vessels by immortal youths; reclining on couches inlaid with gold or precious stones.
Like the caterpillar's metamorphosis into the butterfly, death doesn't end our existence but frees us to pursue an even greater development. Buddhism The , but rather a beginning to a new life through reincarnation. That is the process of life, which results in death. According to the school of monism , when a soul is liberated it reaches the highest world and becomes one with Brahman. Thus, according to Brahmajnana, the supreme Hindu knowledge, our life ends at our death. Having reached the path of the gods he comes to the world of Agni, to the world of Vayu, to the world of Varuna, to the world of Indra, to the world of Prajapati, to the world of Brahman. How, then, can he live a God-conscious life? This can be seen in two ways.
However, more often than not, use of Yama force resulted in disasters. Wood, dried cow dung, ghee and other materials are used in the cremation of the body. It means the cycle of life, death and rebirth that every being experiences as a result of their karma. It is a pure being, created by God, maturing its way to Him in final merger. They simply cease to exist.
Hence, the goal of getting off the Ferris wheel of reincarnation necessarily involves freeing oneself from desire. Muslims believe that, upon dieing, a person enters an intermediate phase of life between death and resurrection. Moksha is described as the soul becoming absorbed with Brahman the name for the Supreme Spirit. However, the soul's stay at any level is only temporary, is its experience there is said to teach a lesson. It will be a universal gathering. The thoughts and actions of the waking state determine the nature of our dreams. This is not exactly heaven - a place, but more a state of mind as one has repetitively lived a life that is good and has been affirmed as a good soul.