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The Afterlife
10-23-2014, 11:41 AM
Post: #11
RE: The Afterlife
(10-23-2014 11:08 AM)lilypad Wrote:  Oh Ye of little faith!

Faith belief that is not based on proof:

Belief bias occurs when we make illogical conclusions in order to confirm our preexisting beliefs. Belief perseverance refers to our tendency to maintain a belief even after the evidence we used to form the belief is contradicted.
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10-23-2014, 08:35 PM (This post was last modified: 10-23-2014 08:43 PM by ChaosRose.)
Post: #12
RE: The Afterlife
I think it's a beautiful story. No, it isn't scientific proof of anything, but that doesn't mean it is without value. It's an experience that is being shared.

I actually just felt really sorry for you that the magic of this story was entirely lost on you.
(10-23-2014 09:11 AM)UglyNRude Wrote:  I would call it a delusion, part of the grieving process. Also her mind giving her what she already knew.

It seems to me that she had exactly the experience she needed to have. It helped her heal. Calling her delusional would not.
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10-23-2014, 10:49 PM (This post was last modified: 10-23-2014 11:05 PM by nawal.)
Post: #13
RE: The Afterlife
He saw the truth, all this is an ilussion and we will see the truth in the other side, and God is a mathematician, but that doesn't mean that he saw the truth yet or that he saw God, it was just the edge.

Music is symbol of armonic vibrations, but associate them with sound is just a translation of our conditioned perception.

Many people got to the edge of death and came back, but nobody crossed to the other side and came back, so, what is in afterlife is still a mystery. Those who saw hell or heaven and wrote about it, (like myself), went there ALIVE, and even being there, all what we saw were projections of what we learned, like in dreams, where there is people that isn't really people, landscapes that aren't landscapes, objects that aren't objects, (the same as here), where we think that we live in a world of material thingss but there is no material really, are just vibrations and magnetism that we cannot perceive as how they really are. Science hasn't found any object or particle that isn't 99.9999999999999999999% empty, so, we have proofs that it is mostly an ilussion.
In my travel to Hell, A guardian spirit took care of me, every time I was in danger he warned me, he explained me all the rules of that dimension and how to interact with the elementaries that I found there, so, guardian spirits really exist, but they aren't how we perceive them.

For me, he was a shiny shaman who appeared always at my right side, and the elementaries looked like goblins and fairies, (because that's my culture, that is how i learned to translate the world). A christian would see an angel, or Jesus, or Mary, a Buddhist will see Buddha and an aboriginal will see something related to his way to undesrstand the world, but I know that my guardian spirit wasn't human, didn't look really like a human shape, the goblins and fairires didn't look really like goblins and fairies and those sulphur yellowish landscapes of Hell aren't really yellowish and made of sulphur. ALL WHAT WE PERCEIVE ARE JUST PROJECTIONS BASED ON POOR TRANSLATIONS OF THE FILTERED AND CENSORED SMALL PORTION OF REALITY THAT WE CAN PICK UP, AND NOBODY EVER EVER EVER HAS PERCEIVED THE WHOLE THING AS HOW IT REALLY IS AND CAME BACK TO THIS WORLD.
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10-24-2014, 03:51 AM
Post: #14
RE: The Afterlife
I knew you would believe me Nawal When I travelled to the past I was shown a red mountain with a flat top and shrubs were growing all around and on the sloping sides beneath the perpendicular summit area. There were valleys or arroyos all around the mountain with a valley that had a spring of fresh water that gathered in a pool deep enough to bathe in . I remember a cave entrance further up and felt I knew the place intimately. I was the tribe leader of a very happy group of families. The cave led out onto a fertile area where there were cultivated crops growing. Could be a crater? I just felt this might have been a past life I had led or an insight into another persons life filled with contentment. Enough for now. Watch this space
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