Nde

Started by Bora137, October 25, 2021, 02:09:40 PM

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Bora137

When I was first starting to comprehend that life here on earth is just a fragment of our experience I came across these videos and I would sit watching them transfixed for hours. Nde are nothing new of course but to me then they were mind blowing. I completely knew these people weren't lying (i only watched one that didn't convince). Watching these I felt my cynical view of life melting away. The people seemed to me to be wired with source energy. They knew completely and unequivocally that they had experienced true reality beyond this illusion. I also like the voice over that starts juxtaposed with an aerial view of a cityscape often. I think I like this because the cityscape is a massive manifestation created from our false beliefs. The city is the illusion the voice over is enlightenment - the city is the 'before' the voiceover is the 'after'. This one I like best I think, the guy is just so earnest

https://youtu.be/5XrA79_T_R0

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Deb

Wow what a story, thank you for that! I wonder how many people that die are offered the chance to return to their bodies? Not many, I imagine. I would think only those who have the capacity or potential to learn from their NDE and become determined to make the world a better place.

I love how he was able to get out and heal himself naturally, there are too many people that die from iatrogenic harm. What an amazing death experience he had. "There are things that happen in life, that get you going." But I would not want to die to have such a learning experience! What a dynamic, well spoken person he is. And yes, so earnest. I enjoyed people's comments on YT too.

Have you read Anita Moorjani's Dying to be Me book? I listened to the audio version twice years ago, I was so impressed with her. I even got to meet her at a Hay House workshop (it was amazing, I wish they'd come to town again), and bought the hardcover of the book so I could get her to sign it. Her story is about how she ended up on her deathbed (emotional and belief issues), her NDE experience and the miraculous reversal of her stage 4 Hodgkin's lymphoma and end-stage organ failure (like overnight recovery!)
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Bora137

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QuoteI wonder how many people that die are offered the chance to return to their bodies? Not many, I imagine. I would think only those who have the capacity or potential to learn from their NDE and become determined to make the world a better place.

I totally agree Deb. I think it is part of their purpose or plan to wake up by this method. Like you I'm jealous but not enough to want an nde 😅

Thanks for the book suggestion I will have a look for it 👍

strangerthings

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Someone close to me, super close, had the tar beaten out of them and this person died. When this person came back this persons mother grew very concerned that she had just beaten her child (barely a teen) to death.

This person came back to body and only told me about it very recently. This person explained to me in great many tears that this persons family that was long gone (and some others this person did not know in physcial life) sent this person a lot of love and told this person to go back that this persons time was not over that this person still had things to do and work to accomplish.

I was stunned to stay the least. This came from a person I NEVER expected to hear this from.

To me that definitely confirmed there is life elsewhere beyond a physical body. This person would not lie ever ever ever about something like this. EVER. This person doesnt talk about things like this. It was just something this person felt compelled to tell ME. I was stunned and very quiet as I did not know how to respond.

What really was wild was what this person said to me about the last voice this person heard. It wasnt family it wasnt others, this person said that it came from within as it was part of this person ...this person did not know how to describe it.... this person called it the I AM portion of this person

I tell you I was stunned.

It was very foreign to me to hear this person talk this way and I felt so honored this person talked to ME of all people. Stunned and quiet are not words that fit to describe how I felt.

Im still in a stun mode over it and I do not think it still has fully sunk in. As for this person all I could do was hold this person as much as this person would allow.

Dying and coming back is no joke.

I had a friend who had a very similar experience and I knew after the closer person told me about this experience there is definitely something else besides physical life.

These peoples stories are no joke. Both of them saw themselves too. The person close to me spoke about it like it was so hard to spit the words out. My friend had an easier time of it.

Thank you so much for sharing.
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Deb

Wow, incredible stories, thanks for sharing. I don't know anyone personally who has had an NDE. I imagine anyone whose beliefs don't allow for something like that would have a really hard time acknowledging the experience or sharing it with someone else. Did either of them say it changed their life?

strangerthings

Quote from: Deb on October 27, 2021, 03:30:00 PMWow, incredible stories, thanks for sharing. I don't know anyone personally who has had an NDE. I imagine anyone whose beliefs don't allow for something like that would have a really hard time acknowledging the experience or sharing it with someone else. Did either of them say it changed their life?

The friend expressed to me that this experience set said friend onto the path that eventually (after many groups and knowledge quests) led this friend to the Seth material.

The close person had no one to talk to all growing up and after. I was the first person this person ever told. We eventually had a conversation about it and so many details I did not say but feel I must not, but, wow. Forever changed this persons outlook. Yes definitely both of them.



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