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Originally posted by OnWhiteMars
reply to post by LesMisanthrope
Hmm, maybe I was wrong when I wrote SpittinTruth was a newborn. The fear of death maybe tells of an second trip. The denying of past lives, is a newborn. Just kidding.
I honor your opinion. For me there is no way I could know, that's why I'm open both ways though I don't want the journey to end when I physically pass away.
Originally posted by SpittinTruth
i have one KNOWN fear: the fear of dying! I never want to leave our beautiful planet; even though i know, something more SPLENDID awaits me.
Originally posted by YouDeserveToKnow
I've thought along the same lines OP. It's a fear of water and drowning for me. I'd have full on hallucinations as a little kid aged four or so. I used to wake up feeling like i was under water and I'd see fish and sea-weed everywhere. Up until i was around 12 I'd have to make sure all the taps weren't dripping in fear of a flood, if either of my parents took a bath i'd have to wait until they were finished so i could double check the taps weren't dripping in hopes my parents wouldn't drown in their sleep. I still remember the accompanying re-occurring dream I'd have about the drowning and watching other people drown.
In the dream I was on a tropical Asian style island looking at a huge impenetrable globe of water. I'd always see palm trees floating around inside the globe, wooden wreckage and people floating around and eventually drowning, it was a really traumatic re-occurring dream.
To this day I can't watch people drown in movies without feeling faint and irrationally anxious.