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The Afterlife is an area of human consciousness we all enter upon leaving the physical world at physical death. It is also the area we enter when unconscious, as in sleep. Physically alive human beings can learn to consciously enter and return at will to explore. Perhaps a better way to say this is that we can learn to focus our attention beyond the physical world. Physically alive humans don't really leave the physical world to explore, they just learn to focus their attention beyond it. There are specific areas of the nonphysical world that are inhabited by human beings who are no longer physically alive. These are the areas known as the Afterlife.

The Lifeline program at The Monroe Institute (TMI) is where I learned to focus my attention into various areas of the Afterlife. In Lifeline language, these areas are known as Focus levels, and, for convenience, they're labeled with the numbers 22 through 27. Each of these Focus levels defines a specific area of the Afterlife, with activities and situations of human beings inhabiting that level.

For a more detailed description of the Afterlife levels, click on the area that interests you. Please remember, this information will grow as more of the Afterlife is explored.




Also see an explanation of Focus 1-21

Focus 22-23 / Physical World / Belief Systems / Focus 27 / Focus 1-21