a reply to: harvestdog
I have two experience I feel are noteworthy.
First, when I was 23 I punched someone through a window. The window came down and sliced two of the main arteries in my arm. My brother lived right
across the street and that's the only reason I didn't die. He ran red lights and ignored emergency room staff when I was told I had to go through the
waiting room area. And I was later told that if I hadn't gotten there when I did I would be dead.
The other experience happened in a dream, so take it how you want to. It is the most vivid, lucid and memorable dream I've ever had in my life and I
have a very rich dream-life, but this dream stands out amongst the many dreams I've had in my life.
I was in jail and I was sleeping about 10 feet from a 19 year old girl, who with her girlfriend, beat another girl to death with a shovel. No question
of guilt. It was my first night in jail and one could argue that my subconscious played a major role in creating this dream, but that is not my
I remember every bit of the dream, but for the sake of getting to the point I'll spare you the details. In the dream I was running here and there
trying to escape these couple people who were after me. And finally they caught up with me. It was then that i realized they weren't out to get me.
They showed me how I was murdered. I was standing there, but I was also watching myself be murdered like as if I was watching a 3dimensional movie. I
saw myself being beaten to death with a big rock and thrown out of the truck and left for dead by the people who'd been chasing me. They were also
watching this scene with me even though they were in it.
I realized that I had been dead, reliving the experience over and over until I was shown my death.
So I asked them are you dead too? How are you here? And I was told that on that side there is no such thing as time, that that only exists in the
physical realm, so even though people are here experiencing life, we are all still on the other side aswell, and that they were still alive. What had
happened was meant to have happened and there was no right or wrong about it. Just then I start to think of the hipocracy of religion and I start to
think of all the things in my life that I've done, that I percieve as "wrong" and I feel myself start to melt away into a dark place that I know is
what hell really is... A state of confusion, fear, and negativity. So I start to say the Lord's prayer. As I'm saying it I feel myself solidifying
again and I know its because Jesus has saved me. And at that point I was awoken by another inmate telling me it was time for breakfast.
It's my belief that God or my guides or whoever/whatever taught me these things so that I would never judge anyone, not even a murderer. Really I
learned many truths (as I believe them to be) through this dream.
#1- we are multidimensional beings who exist in multiple places at once, because this is the only realm where time exists.
#2- that right and wrong do not exist on the other side. We forget while we're here, but there are no accidents. That on the other side its understood
that everything happens for a reason.
#3-you can be in heaven or hell depending on what you choose to believe. I put my faith in Christ's forgiveness and so I was saved from going to
There are other things, but those are the most profound things that I learned.
So I don't know if anyone's had similar visions of the truth, but I'm guessing others have been shown these things.
Opinions are very much welcome!
edit on 28-8-2015 by NaughtyLibrarian because: To correct a few things.