Infinity: The Ultimate Trip features such people as Dannion Brinkley and Gregg Braden exploring concepts of the afterlife and reincarnation.
Filmmaker Jay Weidner said he made the film to help people not be afraid to die, and to no longer be afraid to live their lives freely. "Once we
realize that there's no such thing as death, then I think we're going to be liberated from the political and social environment that we've been
thrust into," he said. In the film, Brinkley reported that the government has investigated near-death experiences but has refused to tell the
public what they've found, because it's in their interests to control the populace through fear.
Secrets are going to come undone, "and one of the main secrets of all is that we are hyperdimensional beings...and that energies do not die, they
only transform themselves," Weidner declared.
I enjoyed this. Thanks for posting it. I gained a couple of insights and that makes it worthwhile. It was irritating as hell, though. The production
values were near zero. The music was sappy. The entire presentation was intentionally disjointed by breaking up the interviews like they did. And
overall it was pretty standard NDE new age spiritualism stuff, not that I disagree with it at all.
The one thing I really liked was toward the end when it was explained that when you pass over you meet everyone, including your grandkids, who have
also led full lives. I hadn't heard that before and it gave me a new way at looking at the entore issue. Thanks again.
This was I would say 4 years back or so. My mom and I went to Dominican Republic to visit the family (she had not gone back for about 15-20 years.)
One day I went to visit my great grandma with my mother. My great grandmother told me various things and one of them included "I died." She told me
as she was sooooo happy and an amazement i've never seen before "I saw angels, they spoke to me." "They asked me if I was ready to go." My mom
was always her favorite niece. So she said "Not until I see my niece one last time, then I will be ready to go." She was then sent back to her body.
As she talked to me about this, she had her hands lifted, palms open. Once she had seen my mother, she said "I have been waiting and I have now seen
you, I am ready to go." She then died 3 months later.
This other one was about 5 years back. My friend had told me his mother had died for about half an hour. She had fallen off the stairs. All he told
me was that she told him, she talked with others in another world. There not much that i can go in depth about my friends mother, this is all he told
Thanks for sharing this, I watched it, quite insightfull, and a great theory, of live, much of how I thought about it myself too, I recommend it to
everyone, with an open mind.
Do keep in mind, like mentioned abouve, the intervieuws/quality is a little slammed up together.
I've had 3 friends over the years who've had NDE's. All had amazing stories. 360° vision, experiencing what could be described as ecstasy. One
woke up with a toe tag in the morgue and was so pissed that she came back. Another gave a message "the only thing you do in life that matters is,
service to others."
I had always feared death. Not the death itself but the pain before death and the uknown of what's going to happen. Does everything turn black and
the movie ends with no credits or will I see pearly gates and a long line like trying get into a club. The not knowing was what I was scared of the
most. Knowing the possibility of an afterlife is a comforting thought.
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