I have came across many accounts of near death experiences (NDEs), Past life regression therapists, Mediums, Channelers in the West, who say that what happens after death is a standard process.

According to this theory, after death, you cross to the other side and meet the 'light', after which you have a life review. In the review, you re-experience your life events from the point of view of the other person and then judge your-self according to your deeds, choosing to go to the different 'lokas' according to your Karma.

Many new age spiritual gurus in India have also promoted this theory to the question of 'what happens after death?'

If this is what happens, why is there no mention of 'life review process' in any scriptures of Hinduism?

PS: I was born and raised as a Hindu.

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    I am not aware of any religion, Western or Eastern, that asserts this. This is a 'new age' assertion only...question is off topic of this forum. – Swami Vishwananda Jan 9 '20 at 5:50
  • Try quoting those points with names of gurus. – Krishna Shweta Jan 17 '20 at 8:34
  • @swami-vishwananda are you aware of an appropriate community on stack exchange where you can direct me? Thanks – Maximilian Feb 26 '20 at 14:58

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