Death and Beyond.

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  • Death and Beyond.
    • Hinduism.
      • Karma
      • Dharma.
      • Reincarnation.
      • Samsara.
      • Enlightenment.
    • Hindu Funerals.
      • Cheap Casket.
      • Cremation.
      • Mourning Period of 13.
      • Deceased's favourite deity at their head.
      • Mantras.
        • To help aid the transition from this life to the one after rebirth.
    • Jewish Funerals.
      • Enemies cannot look on the deceased in their most vulnerable state.
      • Cremations are forbidden. Only burials are allowed.
        • The body must be together for when The Second Coming of Christ happens.
          • World of Souls.
          • World of Resurrection.
          • When the resurrection occurs, the body will be resurrected with a new form.
            • But with the same body, they are spiritually reborn.
    • Humanist Funerals.
      • Celebration of the deceased.
      • Gathering of the living loved ones.
      • Time to help the living to move on.
      • They do not pray or talk about the deceased living on, because they do not believe in a soul.
    • Humanism.
      • Self Actualisation.
      • Real Self.
      • Ideal Self.
    • Hell.
      • Place of punishment for the sinners.
    • Purgatory.
      • Christianity.
        • The living will pray for the dead.
        • Help to make God sympathise for the dead and allow them into Heaven.
    • Free Will.
      • Arminianism.
        • People have a choice to accept God into their lives, or to reject him.
          • By choosing to accept God because they feel him, they will go to Heaven.
            • New Covenant.
              • Beattitudes.
      • Calvanism.
        • Predestination.
          • God already has a divine plan for people going to either heaven or hell.
    • Present Life.
      • Mosaic Covenant.
        • By obeying the covenants a person is showing God they are worth for Heaven.
          • God chooses who is acceptable for Heaven by placing rules for people to follow, to know who is a true believer.
    • Freud.
      • Wish Fulfilment.
      • Protection from natural forces.
        • Father Figure.
      • Collective Neurosis.
        • Defence Mechanism.
    • Jung.
      • Collective Unconscious.
      • Archetypes.
      • Individuation.
    • Dualism.
      • 'God made mankind in his own image.'
      • God thought humans were too valuable to allow death be the end.
      • The Adamic Covenant.
        • Death introduced.
        • To teach humans a lesson about disobeying.
          • But those who follow God will not fear death, because they are confident that God will welcome them to Heaven.
    • Charles Darwin.
      • Evolution.
      • Natural Selection.

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