Tyler is articulate and knowledgeable beyond his years. He said something, almost spontaneously, in one of his televised medium sessions with a Hollywood actress that has haunted me for some time..."In the end you cannot take religion, dogma or doctines with you when you die. Love is the only thing that really matters and that is what you take with you when you pass over into the afterlife."
You know, as I think about it, what we have in common with all religions and empiricism today is that the afterlife does exist. But not one religion tells us what actually happens when we physically die -- empirical studies (based on actual and objective observation or experimentation) actually do, but that's another story. In the West the Christian view of the afterlife dominated for nearly two thousand years. The Church teaches that the afterlife exists and that your conduct on earth will determine what kind of existence you will experience once you cross over; you will go to 'heaven' if you 'behaved well' or to hell if you consistently misbehaved. Catholics add purgatory -- a stage of continuous purification before one gets to 'heaven.'
Highly credible transmitted information tells us that 'service' -- unselfishly helping others who are in genuine need -- is the most powerful, guaranteed way of raising your vibrations and, hence, your spirituality. Note very carefully: you do NOT have to be religious at all to raise your vibrations, i.e. to become more spiritual. As a matter of fact there are those who are atheists, agnostics and certainly non-religious who by conduct and example are very 'spiritual.' So that although religious people, God bless them, may be spiritual, some 'religious' people may NOT be so spiritual. Being religious does not automatically mean being spiritual. Religious beliefs are irrelevant to having higher vibrations. It is not what we believe but what we DO, or how we LOVE on this planet earth that will definitively determine what is going to happen to us when we inevitably cross over.
From my perspective, only our own limitations, our own prejudices, our own encumbrances will restrict the otherwise smooth transition. For these reasons at the time of crossing over we would do well to have an open mind and NOT have thoughts rigidly set on some expectations taught by uninformed dogmatists on earth.
Love we are told is 'the most powerful force in the universe.' Just because we cross over does not mean love is lost or is terminated. Love survives physical death and true love will mean you will never be separated from your loved ones. True unconditional love will usually mean unconditional forgiveness. It follows then that this will lead to a higher level of vibrations, of spirituality and will be instrumental in graduating to higher afterlife realms where conditions are too beautiful for us on earth to imagine -- certainly something to look forward to! It's that heavenly reward we hear and read so much about.
I am still mystified, however, that a young man just out of his teens should understand all of this, especially when most young bucks his age are still occupied with cars, electronics and girls. Communicating with the dead aside, from whence comes Tyler Henry's wisdom?