posted on Jul, 31 2012 @ 09:32 AM
Skeptical skeptic here.
Before my hubby died, we discussed trying to contact whoever was left. We also discussed what to write on tombstones. His was so funny and apt I
thought I would never forget it. (I have!)
When he died very strange stuff happened for a month, but really strange. So strange I asked people to witness certain things as I was perfectly aware
that the mind can do all sorts of things under stress. Maybe I was just trying to feel better about losing the love of my life, so was constructing a
safety net of convincing 'evidence' to fall into.
First thing was when I stood over his body - he was not in it, but he somehow was in my mind and pulled me out through my front - I found myself
flying over the sea at about 30 feet, with him saying - Isn't this amazing, look what I can do. He was into the sea big time - I remember thinking,
well its ok for 3 minutes, but I am bored already!
He didn't realize he was dead. I had to tell him..
He was at his own funeral, then he hung out in the corner of the room.
The rest of the saga is far too detailed to go into here, but the bottom line is this:
I had to not only let go, but actualy send him off to wherever it was he was supposed to be.
He still 'around' in a way that just needs me to ' look', but not in the same way as those first 30 days.
Yes, I am aware that all of the experiences surrounding his death could have been a plethora of coincidence, electronic malfunction and self induced
quiet hysteria, but I was convinced that the point of death is not the end, therefore even if there is a gradual dissipation of 'life force', the
fact that the 2 states of being (physical and 'mental') are not intrinsically bound. This suggests to me that 'life' is not merely a physical
Now maybe I came to that conclusion because the loss was too much to bear without it. If so - well no harm done.
Just my 2c worth
Peace to all.