Originally posted by Segenam
reply to post by wrkn4livn
I apologise in advance if my answer sounds overly cocky ... i have read excess of 2000 NDE accounts and have spoke first hand, with a few people who have died and returned ... and am thoroughly convinced that ... any 'physical' ailments .. ie .. relating to brain and body .. do not get carried over after ...
At some point before entering heaven .. we are given ultimate knowledge ... healing loving light .. etc etc ... and appear very much in our prime .. (from the perspective of the NDE'r) ...
however ... if the person is mentally unbalanced due to their soul being in a dark place ... ie .. not a physical ailment with the brain or body ... but more to do with where they're at .. their vibration if you will .. their spiritual level ... perhaps, but not necesserily due to choices they made ... or responding to life experience in a negative way ... call it what you will ... if they are in a very dark place ... there is a chance .. that after they die ... if their soul is tormented ... or if they are utterly ashamed .. or for whatever dark heavy reason .. if they are unable to 'face' the light ... their torment or pain or darkness can be their companion until they can face the light ....
In your scenario .. i am certain your son will be as healthy mentally and physically in that realm, as you or i ... there are many many NDE accounts which reflect scenarios close to this ...
For both scenarios .... prayer goes a long way ... the more the better
i realise some of this may sound cheesy .. i cant help that .. it is what it isedit on 27-6-2012 by Segenam because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by karen61057
reply to post by Shirak
And you know that there is research that shows that you merely experienced your brain and body shutting down and that you never actually 'went' anywhere .
Originally posted by RainbeauBleu
Some people believe that we might choose our own conditions prior to our birth in order to learn certain lessons or teach others. After death, the condition would be gone since it was only temporary.
I don't know where this idea comes from but I've liked it since I first heard it. I don't know what's true. It's for you to decide. I offer it since it wasn't mentioned in the comments. I don't mean to offend, so if it doesn't work, just ignore this and accept my sincere best wishes for you and your family.
Originally posted by Rathyas
reply to post by schuyler
Atheists believe there is no God.
To imply some sort of afterlife does NOT specifically imply a "God".
If anyone has some "'slpainin" to do, it's you, explaining whatever the hell you meant by this rhetorical crap.
Originally posted by Wertdagf
reply to post by Morgenstern89
You do realize that the enabling of religious delusions to comfort the unlucky... is insane right?
Regardless of what forum we are in... you are doing more harm that good by filling her head with fantasys.