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Near Death

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posted on Sep, 29 2020 @ 12:01 PM
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This is a subject that is fascinating to me, because I have experienced what it is like to be on the other side, more than once and each time was different.


You see, I went to different places, I saw different visions...

One time I had a complete vision of the life I had lived with a backwards and forwards view and a message to not give up from very special angels.

Another time, the vision was of a huge black glowing hole that was pulling me, only to push me back to this reality.

Then the time I floated above my head looking at what was going on around me as I was being cared for by intensive care nurses while I was in a coma, and when I woke I was curious to know what had been going on...The nurse looked at me like she thought I was from another planet.

The actual and factual is hard the quantify.

I can not offer proof of this, there are no videos and nobody can verify.

What happens when we do move on from this earthly realm?

I believe it has to do with many factors. How we are raised, religious affiliations, culture, etc.

When I delve into my own experiences, I think we go where we feel most comfortable, what we are feeling at the moment of that dimensional change, so I do my very best to deal with anger and sadness as quickly as I can, I want to go to a place where light and color and sound are harmonious, not to a place of disarray.




posted on Sep, 29 2020 @ 12:57 PM
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a reply to: spiritofsoul

Thanks for sharing. I always love to hear about these things, death is still taboo to discuss imo, and we could all benefit from sharing our near death experiences.

-MM


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posted on Sep, 29 2020 @ 02:18 PM
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I recently lost my wife to cancer. I did a home hospice with her. She knew her fate but was scared. I kept telling her we don't really die we just experience a different plane of reality. The energy which animates us lives on, forever. I encouraged her to go to the light when the time comes.

I sat with her and softly sang songs to her in her last moments. Just before she passed away, her eyes opened wide and it was like she was staring at me. However she was looking beyond me. Then she closed her eyes and fell limp. I reached for her pulse and it wasn't there.

I believe this was a the right way to help her transition. I truly hope it was. It just feels like she is safe, secure, in peace and no longer suffering to me. Perhaps that's my own mechanisms though.
I'm just grateful I was with her when the time came.
edit on 9/29/2020 by americanbuffalo1 because: because augie loves pizza



posted on Sep, 29 2020 @ 11:38 PM
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originally posted by: MerkabaMeditation
a reply to: spiritofsoul

Thanks for sharing. I always love to hear about these things, death is still taboo to discuss imo, and we could all benefit from sharing our near death experiences.

-MM
Thanks for stopping by. Death to me is an illusion and is used as a fear mechanism, on top of the ridiculous use of space and silly ceremonies, processing is an individual decision for those left behind, living the near experience part of it just makes it clearer, we choose where we go when we go and how we go, unless...



posted on Sep, 29 2020 @ 11:39 PM
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originally posted by: americanbuffalo1
I recently lost my wife to cancer. I did a home hospice with her. She knew her fate but was scared. I kept telling her we don't really die we just experience a different plane of reality. The energy which animates us lives on, forever. I encouraged her to go to the light when the time comes.

I sat with her and softly sang songs to her in her last moments. Just before she passed away, her eyes opened wide and it was like she was staring at me. However she was looking beyond me. Then she closed her eyes and fell limp. I reached for her pulse and it wasn't there.

I believe this was a the right way to help her transition. I truly hope it was. It just feels like she is safe, secure, in peace and no longer suffering to me. Perhaps that's my own mechanisms though.
I'm just grateful I was with her when the time came.


Thanks for sharing your experience, rest assured wherever she may be the spiritual part of her remains embedded within you.



posted on Sep, 30 2020 @ 12:16 AM
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I once almost died.

Nothing to it.



posted on Sep, 30 2020 @ 02:19 PM
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a reply to: americanbuffalo1

I'm sorry to hear you lost your wife in this way. To my mind, what you did to help ease her transition was wonderful, it brought a tear to my eye, no joke. I wish you the best, and always remember that she is forever with you, never apart.

God bless, FITO.



posted on Sep, 30 2020 @ 02:28 PM
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a reply to: FlyInTheOintment

Thank you! She will forever be close to my heart!



posted on Sep, 30 2020 @ 02:29 PM
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I couldn't open my eyes or move, I knew I wasn't breathing. I tried moving, speaking, crying out for someone to help me,... the struggle that went on in my entire body and mind was to intense to describe but at one point I knew there was nothing I could do and I was going to die and I just let go. For a brief moment it felt like I was falling. There was no pain and no awareness of a body anymore, just a sens of 'self'. And then there was literally nothing left.
A huge endless void of nothingness stretching out in every direction.
I remember having some sort of thought like " shouldn't there be something else here but me"? and a slight panic that I was alone.
Then I woke up in a hospital bed and no one ever believed me.

Since that day I have no illusions about some sort of beautiful afterlife. Although, the believers in my life keep reminding me that 'I' , my sense of self, still existed, so whatever I experienced, it wasn't "nothing".



posted on Sep, 30 2020 @ 02:35 PM
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a reply to: KindraLaBelle

I´m still on the fence if the Light is good or evil, but I´ll share - if you die and you´re consciously alone in the darkness, then visualize a light like a white star and ask it to come to it once you see it. I can´t say if each person has an individual experience, but one way of experiencing it is being pulled into the light by something of great love that you sense knows everything about you.

How do I suspect this? I accidentally stumbled over it while meditating many years ago, but I always chickened out when being pulled upwards, tried it twice. Later on, I learned about the dead entering into a light and summarized that I stumbled over this by accident and tried to enter the realm of the dead whilst in deep meditation. The love from what pulled me was amazing, like nothing you´l ever experience here, but it was also frightening to me as I felt I was being pulled without me being able to stop it, I asked "God take me back!" and I was let go. Some say that the light is a rebirth trap, though, therefore I´m on the fence as I have no idea myself other than it was radiating love.

Thanks for sharing, I really hope that I´ll help someone with this information.

-MM
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posted on Sep, 30 2020 @ 02:48 PM
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a reply to: spiritofsoul

I've died a few times and have been brought back. I haven't experienced anything but unconsciousness. Mayne the good Lord just knew it wasn't my time. Maybe I'm not headed to a good place.

I guess there was one experience in which I was in a waiting room situation with various friends and family, and they were calling people into the next life. They were called one by one and I was left alone, and I remember missing my friends/family that were alive. There was a downward sloping endless cavern to the left and the right was sealed off.

I've been seeking since then. Not sure what I'm seeking though.

Thanks for sharing your experiences.



posted on Sep, 30 2020 @ 03:03 PM
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a reply to: americanbuffalo1

Your wife (may she rest in peace) was lucky to have you dude.

I believe you will see her again. "But not yet".

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I floated above the room I was in once. Saw everyone in the room including
myself.
Felt myself rising as if in waves. When I realized what was happening swoosh right
back in my body. Haven't feared death since that night. But I respected life more
at the same time.
edit on 30-9-2020 by carsforkids because: (no reason given)



posted on Sep, 30 2020 @ 06:23 PM
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a reply to: carsforkids

Thanks but I feel lucky to have been part of her life. She was my best friend.

Reading the experiences many have shared in this post I do find comforting. As the loss of my wife is still quite fresh. Hasn't been 2 months.
Thank you all for sharing and your kindness!



posted on Sep, 30 2020 @ 08:01 PM
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a reply to: americanbuffalo1

I got three yrs on you. Anything anytime PM me if you like.
I doubt I can be much help but you can bet I'll read every word.



posted on Sep, 30 2020 @ 09:03 PM
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a reply to: spiritofsoul

The things you have seen are not that common, but you can find a lot of similar experiences reported.

They happen so that your testimony will be heard and some will believe and turn from their earthly and wicked ways and begin a new search for their own true purpose here.




posted on Oct, 8 2020 @ 01:45 PM
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