Life After Death...
“Once I had a near death experience I would like to share with you.
Probably it helps you getting clearer what you would like to share with
"In 1999 my horse hit me on my head and I felt in coma. A helicopter came
and brought me into hospital.
What then happend was, I saw myself lying on this table in the hospital
and then I passed to anywhere else.
"Instantly I was welcomed with so overwhelming love, bliss, happiness
that I'm back "home". So many beeings welcomed me and I recognized them
The beeings were formed like balls. Each one was his one character but
they had no compact boundary and could merging and seperate. I was so
happy meeting them. We were merging and seperating with so much fun and
"When I was back (when the doctors brought me back) I felt that compared
with this place I had been, here on earth our lives are like shades -
but scince I met Paul this year I'm recognizing that we can reach more
much much more of our potential here on earth so we don't need to life
as shades :-) -
"Science this near death experience I'm knowing from my heart that there
is nothing to be scared about, absolutely not - it's so indescribable
beautiful what probably is happening for all of us when we will leave
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Wednesday, 11 April 2012 14:48
I too had many experiences that come have ended my stay in this world. The One that really stands out for me was being hit by lightning as a teenager. In retrospect, I can still recall the moments after the strike where I had awareness but there was a temporary disconnect with the brain. Although I never lost consciousness, I could not speak for a matter of a few minutes. What was interesting was although I could not speak, I was able to walk and take in my surroundings. From that moment on I realized the core essence of who or what I was went beyond the body. Over the years I had other experiences that gave me deeper and deeper insights as to that fact. Since 1996 I have not had a day go by where I have not been sharing with others that they too are likewise formless conscious that plays in various dimensions of time and space. From that level of understanding, death does not exist but only represents a shift from one perceptual experience to another. Because Life is Infinite, death is not real. For further understanding you may be interested in reading some blogs I write on Patheos.com http://www.patheos.com/blogs/prophetormadman/archives/
Bruce Adams AKA
Prophet or Madman
Wednesday, 04 January 2012 01:23
posted by Hanh
I think those who disturbed with this topic is near death than the others who are too busy with living to care.
I don't say which is better, maybe both are good for the subjective mind each belongs to. They are just thoughts among thoughts. We often think of many things from one sleep to another.