posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 10:56 AM
Originally posted by AQuestion
Perhaps it was the other way around, perhaps this representation is more dreamlike than our eternal reality. After my NDE, I began researching what
others had said about theirs. There are a couple of things that I found consistent with those whose experiences I accepted as most likely to be
truthful. One of the biggies was that they said that the experience was more real than real. This has also recently been written about by some
researchers, turns out I was right and that this is what most say.
That's what I mean or getting at the dreams were more real than this place
with my father .
I consider this place practice for the afterlife, it is an opportunity to be challenged and define ourselves and understand ourselves. How many
people do you know that talk about what they would do if confronted by someone; but, when it happens they fold like a cheap paper cup. We have all had
experiences where we did things that we thought we would not or did things that we never thought we could or would. Life is where those beliefs are
tested and we demonstrate what we really believe.
I can agree with that , I have often pondered if this is just another stage of life , the first was in the womb then we are born , and then next step
after we die .
On the other hand what about people who are bad and do bad things who don't seem to learn , or who have abnormal brains that they cannot help
themselves doing bad things or don't realize what they are doing is wrong.
I think reincarnation could be a very strong possibly for those who didn't make it the first time around .
I will not and have not ever gone into much detail about personal NDE, nor do I intend to online. I will say this, when you know you are about
to die, you look at your life and ask what it meant and you see yourself for who you are, with all of life's issues left meaningless, you can see
yourself clearly. I was okay with myself for the most part, none of us are perfect; but, I was good with my effort. The deepest truth in the universe
that we can know is who we are and it takes a whole lifetime to do that. In my humble opinion.
I can respect that that was a very personal experience for you .
I wish there was a meaning for life I try my best to be a good man, husband, father, friend. I try to be open minded and never hold onto anything as
an absolute truth . Even if there is no meaning and this our only shot at this there really isn't much I would change .
edit on 25/4/13 by freedomSlave because: quoting issues my fault