Here Is a description of death. BUT THIS IS THE DESCRIPTION OF DEATH FOR THOSE WHO HAVE SUBSTANTIAL PURITY
IT DOES NOT APPLY FOR THOSE WHO ARE SELFISH OR HAVE DONE BAD DEEDS.
PLUS THE COMMITTING SUICIDE FOLLOWS A DIFFERENT COURSE
But for those with good deeds not to fear ( good deeds measured by God not your Own ego )
“Though the ordinary human being looks upon death with dread and sadness, those who have gone before know it as a wondrous experience of peace and freedom. At death, you forget all the limitations of the physical body and realize how free you are. For the first few seconds there is a sense of fear — fear of the unknown, of something unfamiliar. But after that comes a great realization, a joyous sense of relief and freedom. You know that you exist apart from the mortal body.
Every one of us is going to die someday, so there is no use in being afraid of death. There is nothing to fear. When death comes, laugh at it. Death is only an experience through which you are meant to learn a great lesson: you cannot die.
Our real self is immortal. We may sleep for a little while in that change called death, but we can never be destroyed. We exist, and that existence is eternal. The wave comes to the shore, and then goes back to the sea; it is not lost. It becomes one with the ocean, or returns again in the form of another wave. This body has come, and it will vanish; but the essence within it will never cease to exist. Nothing can terminate that eternal consciousness.
Even a particle of matter or a wave of energy is indestructible, as science has proved; the spiritual essence is also indestructible. Matter undergoes change; the soul undergoes changing experiences. Radical changes are termed death, but death or a change in form does not change or destroy the spiritual essence.
The body is only a garment. How many times you have changed your clothing in this life, yet because of this you would not say that you have changed. Similarly, when you give up this bodily dress at death you do not change. You are just the same.
The word “death” is a great misnomer, for there is no death.”
~ Paramahansa Yogananda