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Originally posted by signalfire
Yes, we absolutely 'survive' death. The body is just a shell and one that's a lot of fun to shed. I've had enough proof of this over the years that I have no doubt whatsoever myself. I've posted a bit before about it here, but I won't repeat myself, too many shills who think, now that we discovered electricity and have a bit of space travel, that we know everything there is to know...
The neat thing, even more wonderful than surviving the death of this particular body is that we come back again and again and again. We've all lived countless eons. The trick is remembering from life to life, which is where the true wisdom starts accumulating. I think just knowing that particular fact makes it more likely to happen, like encouraging yourself to remember a particularly vivid dream when you wake up. (Believe me, the spirit world is far more vivid then life here in the body. We're literally almost in a dream state here, which is why things rarely seem to make sense.)
Your relative will continue sending messages as long as you seem to need them, but they will get less frequent as she gets busy, as it should be.
Originally posted by Torre
How come that she has only three fingers in the second picture ?
Or is it me that can't see properly ?
Originally posted by thesmokingman
Do we continue to exist after death?
I wouldnt know, I have never died. However I would be inclined to say.....no, we do not. Nice coincidence story though. S&F.
Originally posted by WeRpeons
-My wife and I visited her grave site one day. As I walked around looking at nearby head stones, my wife was sitting next to her sister’s head stone in a trance like state. Tears started to flow from her eyes and then she said, “I’ve just seen an image of my sister.” I asked her what she saw, and she began to say she saw her with a kind of whirlwinds surrounding her. She started telling me that her sister didn’t understand why I wasn’t taking care of my heart. She also said she was shown a sign of a fish? I was surprised by what she said because a couple of weeks before, I was at the doctor’s office and he told me I had to watch my diet to help lower my cholesterol and other related problems that could cause a heart attack. I never followed the diet he outlined, and never told my wife about it. I still don’t know what the fish sign was all about, but I relate it to me not believing in religion.