What is after life for a person who commits suicide?

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    • #156368
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      What is after life for a person who commits suicide?

    • #156369
      Anonymous
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      Repeat.

      • #156415
        Anonymous
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        underrated fpbp

    • #156370
      Anonymous
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      What’s life like for a person who will commit suicide?
      As above, so below.

    • #156371
      Anonymous
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      longer limbo is something of a more frequent than other opinions ive herd on this.

    • #156372
      Anonymous
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      Regret. Pain. Suffering.

      • #156376
        Anonymous
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        Keep doing that until you feel like it’s relatable for humans to want life.

        • #156381
          Anonymous
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          You will wish to experience oxygen again.

          • #156384
            Anonymous
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            See? Was that so hard? Actually I don’t know if it was for you or not. Anyway.

            Since you can do that, I have no obligation to do so for you.

    • #156373
      Anonymous
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      If I had to guess, it’s exactly the same,
      but it’s like not finishing a school book.

      It’s over, and you move on with everybody else, but you still didn’t learn how to graph equations. If you want to make graphing equations part of your skillset then you basically gotta go back and relive it again. Not the same, of course, it would be with a different class of people and maybe a different teacher, but regardless.

      • #156377
        Anonymous
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        […]

        Or like,
        failing to finish a marathon.
        You might choose to go back and run another marathon, but it would be a different marathon with different people and stuff

    • #156374
      Anonymous
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      no one knows

      • #156378
        Anonymous
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        Plenty know. They just can’t tell us.

        • #156412
          Anonymous
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          actually they’re full of shit

    • #156375
      Anonymous
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      I would suppose it depends on why.

    • #156379
      Anonymous
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      It depends on what the person believed in about the afterlife. Stop thinking so polar, like is if sin or good and bad are real things, it doesn’t matter if you have a nice day or how you die were all gonna die and their is no judgement but that transition is gonna be laid out by what we believed in. You can literally make your own version of hell and put yourself in it when you die and you’ll be there until you realize you don’t have to be anymore. People who don’t belive in hell or judgement and know that they are a soul just having a experience automatically meet up with there spirit guides after death, but some more stubborn souls it will take longer in the after life and they will trap themselves on the astral plane until they learn

    • #156380
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      The first thing you will see is your dead body, and you will still have human emotions, you’ll be upset, you’ll wanna do something about it, but the lesson death teaches you is surrender, you will realize that the body is not you, it is just vessel for a soul that cannot cease to exist or die, our vibrations are soul high all of our energy can’t fit in one single body this is just a portion of our soul, the rest is our higher self which stays in heaven and can have multiple experiences at one time in different places, planets, dimensions. In heaven you can reincarnate, you can be born in to another planet, or you can go to the universities in heaven but your death will be woke af around what you believed about death

      • #156385
        Anonymous
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        Do you think that you get a chance to try again, and change things?

        • #156386
          Anonymous
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          I decide whether you’re worth believing.

          • #156387
            Anonymous
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            What do you mean?

            • #156388
              Anonymous
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              What I say.

              • #156389
                Anonymous
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                Worth believing about what?

    • #156382
      Anonymous
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      >reincarnate
      >kill self
      >reincarnate
      >kill self
      >repeat until my higher self kills itself

    • #156383
      Anonymous
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      Seppuku grants heaven

    • #156390
      Anonymous
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      The same that happens when you die normally.
      Nothing. So you better do something about your life right now anon.

    • #156391
      Anonymous
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      Read Buddhist say you become a tree.

      • #156393
        Anonymous
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        Because he did it in the woods? freaking hell do you guys even meditate?

        • #156405
          Anonymous
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          Medicate, don’t meditate

    • #156392
      Anonymous
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      death?

    • #156394
      Anonymous
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      you go /out/ forever and get pecked by harpies

    • #156396
      Anonymous
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      Just call the cops on your parents instead of killing yourself lmfao

    • #156397
      Anonymous
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      A dream you never remember.

    • #156398
      Anonymous
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      you wake up in a worse life,
      where you have to deal-with what you fled-from, before,
      AND you have to deal-with having-fled, too.

      It sucks rocks.

      No escape…

      Eternally no escape.

      The *only* way out is to realize that sow-reap-law, aka karma, can be harnessed, through free-will, to *create* karma that releases one’s soul/Eternity from the prison of reincarnation, eventually.

      Keep doing it enough, and results begin accruing, decades later…

      [ :

    • #156399
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      Well dying obviously sucks. Body is designed for survival.

      Ultimately the heart opens up and your spirit flies out. You go into a light and then to the death experience. For me this is a twilight city, harbour with a giant titanic-like ship.

      Death, is just some FedEx guy. He is like from a travel bureau. Death feels personally responsible to get you and everyone else on the boat, even if you’re not dying. Sometimes this sentiment causes near death experience by proxy, as death is too enthusiastic.

      Then you go into the sunset. I don’t know what is beyond this. I didn’t board.

    • #156400
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      there’s no logical reason for suicides to have a different post-death than anyone else.

      proscriptions against suicide are about personnel control, and generally stem from cultures with heavy resource control in other areas.

      and of course, many cultures have systems in place for ‘proper’ suicides, and these too are about personnel control.

    • #156401
      Anonymous
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      reborn as a woman

      • #156402
        Anonymous
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        That’s horrifying.
        Will never kill myself.

    • #156403
      Anonymous
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      They will wake up in the late classical age. I cannot say where or when, but I have observed that the majority of them end up here.
      They awaken, usually as adults, with 50% of the memories of the people whose bodies they inhabit. This is not an imposition since the people have already lived and died.
      What they do with their new life is up to them.
      I saw this one guy who wanted to kill himself and he was going to awaken as the legate of the 27th Legion on the 3rd of October, 42 BC.

      t. Knower

    • #156404
      Anonymous
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      Hell

    • #156406
      Anonymous
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      https://i.imgur.com/4liHgMF.gif

      Whatever you believe in.

    • #156407
      Anonymous
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      The universe treats all things in accordance with their nature. If you nature is so shitty your life becomes intolerable hell, you’ll be reborn into a place most suitable for it. And whatever you’re reborn as, is likely to be much less capable of changing its fate than a human.

    • #156408
      Anonymous
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      You commit suicide the same way for all eternity.

      • #156409
        Anonymous
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        What if you choose to stop?

    • #156410
      Anonymous
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      Reborn as what they don’t want to happen the most.
      >Man hate woman he be woman
      >bbc poster reborn black man extremely small pecker

    • #156411
      Anonymous
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      Significantly shorter.

    • #156413
      Anonymous
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      I think there is nothingness

    • #156414
      Anonymous
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      You become an old ladys toilet paper roll.

    • #156416
      Anonymous
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      Are you any good with a shovel, anon? Because there’s gigatons of it to move, down in hell.

    • #156417
      Anonymous
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      same as anybody else

    • #156418
      Anonymous
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      That guy who studied children who had memories of past lives found that ones who had commit suicide in their previous lives often had phobias of the things they used to commit suicide with(i.e. a little girl who had been a man who killed himself by mixing pesticide into red soda was afraid of red drinks), and they often reincarnated soon after their deaths and to friends/family members.

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