I'm not entirely sure. I don't think that anyone really knows as it isn't explained in the Bible how this will happen (those in Heaven having absolutely no regret, no pain, no sorrow, no remorse while those in Hell having the opposite). We just know that it will be the case. I may have a few ideas...but I think I want to flesh them out a little more before providing them.
Originally Posted by MyXenocide
One thing to keep in mind re: yasa's theory though:
Now...according to Yasa's claim...EVERYONE can be saved...even after they have lived a wicked life and refused God while they were living. When they die, they have no punishment, and they will have a choice on whether to experience joy or experience eternal suffering. Now, I don't know about you...but I don't know of a single person who would choose eternal suffering once it was made known absolutely to them, w/o any question or shadow of a doubt. Practically EVERYONE is going to be in Heaven according to Yasa. Yet...God (through the Bible) says otherwise.
13 “Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. 14 But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it.
And more specifically to this point (from Dr. Norman Geisler and Tom Howe):
The Bible is clear that there is no second chance after death (cf. Heb. 9:27). The Book of Revelation records the Great White Throne Judgment in which those who are not found in the book of life are sent to the lake of fire (Rev. 20:11–15). Luke informs us that, once a person dies, he goes either to heaven (Abraham’s bosom) or to hell and that there is a great gulf fixed “so that those who want to pass” from one to the other cannot (Luke 16:26). The whole urgency of responding to God in this life before we die gives further support to the fact that there is no hope beyond the grave (cf. John 3:36; 5:24).