Harrystylesfuturewif : A good questioned but first you may know which be awarded to Heaven and Or be placed in Hell. It is not possible as its an other Media which is enable to us in this vision of life but after death we may able to judge. More Dreams are one sources which can learn us after death our beloved in which place either in Heaven or Hell. It depends on our religious behaviour towards Human being and All deeds. Thanks
Grafpeters has it nearly right. Dead people don't float about on clouds in "Heaven" playing harps and singing endless carols and songs of worship. Your loved ones are with you now and all around you. If you relax and listen you get guidance and support. This is not religious gobbledygook - just a simple observable fact of living. Most people who have survived a near-death experience all tell the same story of how things were. It doesn't bother me if you don't accept this simple fact - it has worked for all my family for a life-time. It can be of immense help to you, too - if you just relax and listen....
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Even though I don't believe in "Heaven", or the other place for that matter, I'll try a partial answer.
There have been many reports by people who believe they've been contacted by loved-ones who have died, and this is a source of much comfort to them. It's easy to dismiss the idea as being wish-fulfillment, and yet I was privileged to experience this following my son's death.
Three experiences stand out (among a number of others) and while one was totally subjective, the others involved third parties who claimed to have received messages which they wrote down and which were later verified by external, physical happenings. One was about something that had already happened, one was several hours into the future, but I didn't receive the message until after it had happened.
I can't explain them here (our limit is 1200 characters) but if anybody asks I may do so in the comments box.
I once wrote a very short (1000 words) story about what survival might be like. It's complete fantasy and has no basis in reality, but it resonates with most people who have read it. It's called "Transition".