"If you have a serious appreciation of the nature of possibility while alive in the body, you will no longer frivolously or mechanically indulge in life or in the life-process. Rather, you will submit that process to the Law, to the Greater Purpose, the Ultimate Purpose the Process of submission to Happiness."
Adi Da Samraj
If you are wondering about the nature of experience after death, this would be the CD to listen to. Adi Da describes how we ourselves determine our present experience, in every moment during life, in the course of the death-process, and after death. He explains that, in order to transcend the mechanical sufferings of bodily (and after-death) existence, we must become serious about ego-transcendence and entering into relationship with the Spiritual Teacher.
An excerpt from "The Truth About Death" in "Easy Death" (p. 16)
"You should prepare for death as a process of complete surrender and release of all physical, emotional, and mental clinging to the present body-mind, its relations, and this world.
Your death should be a complete release of this present "school" and a complete relinquishment of the present design and content of your conditional self. You should fully consent to die at the moment of death, and so be released toward what is new and awaiting you (above and beyond the "realities" of the present body-mind). Your ability to do this will be either enhanced or limited to the same degree that you are able to surrender while alive in the Divine Love-Bliss-Consciousness That Is Real God.
Therefore, in order for death to be an ecstatic transition for you, you must not only study and prepare for the specific and terminal process of death itself, but (while alive) you must also devote yourself to an ecstatic (or ego-transcending) way of life."
Adi Da Samraj