The Amiable Reaper 5


CONTINUING the story of Near Death Experiences… “The term ‘near-death’ is a misnomer because the evidence suggests that people actually journey beyond death during near-death experiences. Philosophically, to say that such experiences are ‘near-death’ is like saying a woman is ‘near-pregnant’. Either a woman is pregnant or she is not. In the same way,  it would seem that a person is either dead or they aren’t.

Near Death Experiences affirm physical existence to be illusionary in that separation exists only in our minds. People who have had such an experience describe an out-of-body existence after death where the oneness of all things cannot be denied. Near Death Experiences reveal love to be the bond which actually connects all things together. They also reveal love to be what people worship as ‘God’.

For those who prefer the illusion (or delusion) of separation over oneness, life after death can be a temporary, painful experience of self-awareness. Such conditions are temporary because NDEs suggests that life after death is even more dynamic than physical existence.

Nevertheless, after death, the only thing we can really take with us is the love we have. Death means consciously stepping into the spiritual condition we have been creating within us all our life. Then we will find ourselves at a particular level of oneness (love) which we prefer.

NDE testimony offers answers to the big questions: Who are we? Why are we here? Where did we come from? Where are we going? What does it all mean? NDEs also provide circumstantial and scientific evidence supporting the afterlife theory for which scientific analysis cannot adequately explain.

The evidence suggests that NDEs are transcendental journeys to another dimension of reality which profoundly changes the lives of those who have them. As an example, one particular experiencer named Dr. Dianne Morrissey has stated: ‘If I lived a billion years more, in my body or yours, there’s not a single experience on Earth that could ever be as good as being dead – Nothing.”….

Near Death Experiences seem to suggest that death is not such a Grim experience after all, but rather an Amiable return to our true abode. A spiritual home of unconditional Love, Joy and Peace from which we have never truly left, only in a dream…

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About Dan Brand

Blog writer and author of Mind WorX-An Inside Story, a philosophical look into life's mysteries.

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