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Originally posted by coquine
This is a totally wierd idea, but I thought about it when I read your account, as well as the other poster, who talked of a similar event, in which they were heading for a potential accident when the "slip" happened?
Me and my family have had such events happen twice, one in which we lost two hours, one which was approx. 10 minutes. In the second one, we were on a plane, that started to have trouble coming onto landing. Everyone was panicking. Then "bloop" it was quiet and we were landing normally. My son and I (he was 17 at the time) looked at each other and asked each other if we dreamed what just happened? What DID just happen? When did the problems smooth out and everyone calm down? We didn't see the transition, either of us.
When the plane came to a stop, he said, "Mom, I think we died." And we began to explore the possibility that perhaps, we don't ever experience dying! Perhaps our consciousness just steps out before a trauma and moves to an alternate universe or reality, so similar to the one we were in, we don't know what happened. Even in an alternate reality, everyone we know could have "dopplegangers" that we continue our relations with - even if one version of them is crying for our loss in another!
The other time it happened, we drove into a sudden wall of fog, so it could have been possible we hit another car or something.
I'm not saying I believe this to be true, I don't have any beliefs, but the hypothesis has always intrigued me since then! How many times could I have died and not know it??
Originally posted byThanks mate, i hadnt actually thought of it exactly like this, but your right the two times ive had something like this happen, and you comment make me think of the fact our souls moves from one to another dimension in a way it can deal with, so when we die we move to another dimensional space and continue like it didnt happen.
the second time i went to sleep, and woke up almost out of mind (read, stark raving mad) i was fine when i went to sleep, and just totally freaked when i woke up, and to this day i still dont think this world is the same one i was in...
it explains why people i once knew seem distant, and why people who i dont know, seem to already know me.. ive moved to a higher level of awareness in my rebirth, i just managed to be in a place that nearly matches the one i left..
am i crazy, well the doctors dont seem to think i am, they just think im willing to approach the world in a way many of us are scared to do..
(2) Not to go all religious on you all, but isn't there a religious verse that claims something along the lines of "If you believe in me, you will live forever."? Do you think THIS is what was meant by that?
Originally posted by XR500Final2
reply to post by DViper1307
The other thing important to realize is your still focusing and conscious of how bad your credit is - so it keeps manifesting itself.
Instead focus on how good it is. Forget about how bad it is, see it as good, and enjoy it. In order for you to shift - you have to even kill the memory of your bad credit rating. You want to have consciousness of only how good it is, inspite of what your credit report is telling you.
Originally posted by kidohno
Something mental just happened as I was reading this.
Am at work at the moment so was reading through all this thread, then decided to sit back for a bit and try to... how to explain.. disect the reality in front of me. Try and break everything down to what it really is. I tried to seperate my conciousness from ego and imagined all the solid things in front of me (computer screen, people etc) as just all part of the same vibration. I started to really light headed, then the volume in my ears just dropped compeltely, like someone was turning a volume control, and everything went silent. It felt like I was being dragged backwards out my body (which has happened before when I had an OBE) and everything solid, my "reality" went to like liquid... Like I could see the vibrations.
I got really scared and then somehow jolted back into my body (sort of) with a bit of a force. I ran over to my colleague and got him to feel my heart rate, to his reply "f****** hell".
WEIRD. Anyone know what happened?