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Originally posted by toochaos4u
A year later I had a dream about driving back to the same area. I walked to the cabin and expected to get answers. On the door was a letter nailed to the door that read, "Out to lunch! Laugh now!" It was funny in the dream here I was seeking information from an oracle whom was out to lunch. I woke up laughing.
Originally posted by MischeviousElf
reply to post by Odessy
Originally posted by Odessy
A couple of Buddhist monks took it once for scientific research and says it took them to a place they have visited many times before through states of deep meditation, and took them as far as you can go into the Bardo without dieing (the first stage of death).
Do you have a source for that please Oddessy.
American psychedelic pioneer and '___' guru Terence McKenna gave '___' to a Tibetan Buddhist monk, and after the experience was over, the monk told McKenna that it brought him to a place the Buddhists had seen many times through meditation, but he also stated that it was about as far as one could go into the Bardo and still return to the physical plane afterward. Jesus Christ and other biblical prophets used fasting and sleep deprivation to achieve mystical states and have the visions upon which the Bible is based. Sleep deprivation increases endogenous '___' levels, and this triggers these transcendent visions and religious experiences. Buddhists and Hindus have the same experiences through meditation, and the South American shamans use their sacred '___'-containing brews to break into the same space. The emerging networks of entheogenists within modern urban societies use '___' crystals with the same goal in mind. In this light, it seems clear that '___' is an integral part of all religion, whether or not it is acknowledged.
I was lead into a clearing surrounded by tall lush trees and into a room that had rock walls on three sides and open to the blue sky above.
Originally posted by Deus Ex Machina 42
Where were you? What were your surroundings? Did they look human or alien? Friendly or non friendly?
Originally posted by PammyK
Thanks for sharing your wonderful story. I was wondering, when you woke up had the medical staff quit "working" on you to revive you? Had the Doctor already pronounced you dead? The whole idea of reviving someone in cardiac arrest is to keep the heart pumping. For respitory arrest it's keeping the body oxygenated. ( I am terrible at spellingsorry ) You know, there are so many stories that are similiar to yours that I have heard, that this has to be real.
Originally posted by the seeker_713g
It had been 33 minutes according to the nurses from the moment my heart stopped until I started breathing and had a heartbeat again.