posted on Jul, 29 2010 @ 08:24 AM
Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
reply to post by Chonx
Even if these NDE's are just a hallucination of the brain, i would rather anticipate this warm feeling than anticipate an endless nonexistence. What
is the point to try to find a reason why this is all made up? This is not false hope because it hasn't legitimately been proven wrong. I would much
rather believe to have this great experience when I die than be nonexistent. So it might be just the process of the brain shutting down, which would
mean that nature designed us to go very peacefully and this is not just a coincidence that nature perfected the human, rather something out there
that caused us to have these amazing experiences. Which in my opinion is God.
Could there even be a state of "nonexistence"? Seems kinds strange to me that we would exist so conscious here just to be wiped clean. I personally
have had extensive experience with dreaming, and the first time i had an extremely powerful lucid dream and became aware it was like waking up for the
The best way to explain it is... "This was how things were before i knew my current identity." and it was beautifully familiar, (although terrifying
at the same time) like i was more fond and experienced in the lucid dream existence than anything else i know.
Sometimes i flirt with the idea that we all know ALL about the architecture of the universe because every time i have a lucid dream i just cant help
think ' This is how it is!!! I remember now!! '. That feeling hits me in the 'gut' like a tonne of bricks every time i hit full lucidity, and even
though i can bring that memory of how i felt back to this reality, the actual feeling is MUCH more awesome. I cannot un-experience that, it's all the
"proof" i need for dis incarnate existence, and that lends credence to a God.
I know a lucid dream isn't a near death experience but i think they go hand in hand.
These experiences are subjective, You're the only one that needs to validate them.