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Have you ever had a ghost/unexplainable experience?
#21
Coincidence? I think not!

When i was little, i was searching for my pencil. I couldnt find it, and started screaming at  everyone. Eventually i found it, in my.hand.
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I want to snip no part of that, but you understand. You could have just said (about your long post) "I pulled a Squirrel!" Wink

(01-04-2017, 03:48 AM)TM Soloist Wrote: To explain it ... I partly felt that I was talking to a greater part of me. Meaning I was a fragment of the person I was talking with. That is the best I can explain it. If there is God then that must have been God and I believe  I was speaking with my creator.

That was amazing, and I've never before spoken with someone (although I have heard tell of them) of these "near death" experiences, and I feel sorry..............

Why?!

Because there are many people here who will be snickering away, thinking that they know what happened, or consider you crazy, instead of just having shared an incredibly potent story.

It sounds a whole lot like a dream... so mayyyybe it's not a clear sign that there is a Creator?

But the "stories" I am thinking of in my head, while not that vivid or poignant, lead the very same way. You were exceedingly brave to just go ahead and post that, so... while I thought I was going to point in the same direction, and what I have is far more muted, I feel just as strongly about it.

I have felt that my life has been.... extraordinarily easy. And while I was raised a perfectionist, by a perfectionistic (and fearful) mother, and there was much missing, none of it is hard, and the whole of the collection of stories lead me to believe in predestination -- a directed fate, if you will, and answered (for me, at least) my questions from childhood about whether or not we are a result of random chaos, or the directed designwork of a Creator.

I wholly believe, that the one thing each person owes it to themselves to delve into, and decide for themselves... is whether or not there is a God, and if so, who He is, and what He would have us do.

I know there many faith systems out there, and obviously, members here will have some different ones.

Some people become very passionate in this kind of discussion, which leads some people to statements like, "Never discuss politics or religion", but I believe those two topics are the most important, and that it can be done civilly, without wronging anyone, or in a fashion that leads someone to generalizations, or mental escapes from the paradoxes created in your mind (ie: "They're crazy!")

My stories don't even really matter now -- they seem too trivial by comparison. Instead, the overall message I'd just want to suggest, is that everyone owes it to themselves to willfully seek out this answer. For the person who seeks it diligently, with a discerning and open mind, is almost always enlightened.

And if anyone would like to discuss that with me, why I believe that, and where to start... please do??
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Wow @TM Soloist that's a freaking crazy story. You pretty much died and came back to life... My old boss told me a story similar to that one, but he said he saw his mom who had died and she was like pulling him backwards and then pushed him forward and he came back to life.

Smh, that's just crazy... My aunt also had a near death experience in the hospital and she said she heard voices all around her talking about her but no one was around.
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I appreciate you sharing your story @TM Soloist  Many people who have had NDE's (and went to the peaceful place) say the love and peace they felt was unlike anything here on earth.  In fact, they have a hard time once they return.  I've heard people talk of seeing colors that we don't have here.  The concept of time being nonexistent is hard for us to fathom as life here is temporary,  so we are always in a hurry to get things done. I saw an NDE of a teenager who said the light was so pleasurable that you could take everything you love and enjoy on earth, and do them all at the same time and it still couldn't even compare to the feeling she had.  She also said that she was ashamed (for lack of a better word) once she realized how insignificant the things were that she thought were so important in her life. The energy you are talking about is interesting. I think people must give off some kind of energy, as dogs can sense a bad energy.  I had gone numb to my feelings for many years as a survival mechanism.  Once I chose to allow myself to feel again, it became over overwhelming as I seem to pick up people's energy.  Some can actually drain you  Dodgy . Some though can draw you in, some people are neutral, some have a contagious high energy, some are calming, idk it's hard to explain.  I'm not sure if this makes sense to anyone.  I think those who've experienced a lot of pain in their lives are more susceptible to this.  I could be wrong on this one...I'm no energy expert. Anyway, I spent a lot of time reading and listening to NDE's, and there are so many similarities. Some I can tell are fake ~rolling eyes~, but the ones that aren't are amazing to hear. Well, except the ones who say they died and went to hell....those ones are horrific, oh my goodness.. Anyway, it's fascinating and I'm so glad you told your story. Don't worry about those who discount or think you're crazy, the ones who really matter believe you and are glad you shared. ❤️
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(01-04-2017, 05:23 PM)DTricksplit Wrote: I appreciate you sharing your story @TM Soloist  Many people who have had NDE's (and went to the peaceful place) say the love and peace they felt was unlike anything here on earth.  In fact, they have a hard time once they return.  I've heard people talk of seeing colors that we don't have here.  The concept of time being nonexistent is hard for us to fathom as life here is temporary,  so we are always in a hurry to get things done. I saw an NDE of a teenager who said the light was so pleasurable that you could take everything you love and enjoy on earth, and do them all at the same time and it still couldn't even compare to the feeling she had.  She also said that she was ashamed (for lack of a better word) once she realized how insignificant the things were that she thought were so important in her life. The energy you are talking about is interesting. I think people must give off some kind of energy, as dogs can sense a bad energy.  I had gone numb to my feelings for many years as a survival mechanism.  Once I chose to allow myself to feel again, it became over overwhelming as I seem to pick up people's energy.  Some can actually drain you  Dodgy . Some though can draw you in, some people are neutral, some have a contagious high energy, some are calming, idk it's hard to explain.  I'm not sure if this makes sense to anyone.  I think those who've experienced a lot of pain in their lives are more susceptible to this.  I could be wrong on this one...I'm no energy expert. Anyway, I spent a lot of time reading and listening to NDE's, and there are so many similarities.  Some I can tell are fake ~rolling eyes~, but the ones that aren't are amazing to hear.  Well, except the ones who say they died and went to hell....those ones are horrific, oh my goodness.. Anyway, it's  fascinating and I'm so glad you told your story. Don't worry about those who discount or think you're crazy, the ones who really matter believe you and are glad you shared. ❤️

Thanks @DTricksplit.
I don't really care what people think about it. It is what it is. If it was real it was real. I'm good with that. If it was a dream it was a dream. I'm good with that too.   But as for a dream, isn't it quite coincidental that I would have a dream like that while I was dying? Not really. But it was cool and I learned some things from that episode and I lived so. So it was all good.
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