I always hoped I would live to 100, but who knows! No one knows how long he will live, he can only hope. But, would we want to be in pain in the hospital, then die there…? I think not… Yet, if we will take a moment to be totally honest with ourselves, don’t we all fear death? Of course we do, that’s normal.
Currently, I am 68. I have seen a lot of life and am still learning. You always keep learning new things about yourself, others and the world at large. I have had my own ‘NDE’ a week or so ago.
‘One main thing I’ve learned is to try to give things the benefit of the doubt and think positive. Negativity and hateful thoughts always bring you down and drain your energy and life essence. Furthermore, negative thinking tends to attract more of the same into your life…’
I have studied many mystical, spiritual and psychological subjects for many years, always having been interested in the strange and unusual occurrences in our world and in ourselves.
‘Reactions to claims of near-death experiences (NDE) range from the popular view that this must be evidence for life after death, to outright rejection of the experiences as, at best, drug induced hallucinations or, at worse, pure invention. Twenty years, and much research, later, it is clear that neither extreme is correct ’.
I had put in a request to know what it was like to die. Why? I am afraid of it. Then, after time passed I experienced floating above your body being pulled through a tunnel of light. Yes, it’s all true.
It happened one night sleeping. I told ‘God’ I didn’t want to die yet, that I had unfinished matters, that I wasn’t ready. My wish was granted and I was promptly returned, then I awakened.
‘My invisible conscious awareness floated above my head. I then realized I was dead. That part was pleasant. What wasn’t was being pulled through the tunnel of light at great speed like a violent roller coaster. The ride was forceful and scary. I wanted off! I got the feeling that when God decides he wants you, he’s not messing around…’!
Source- 1 Blackmore, S J. “Near-Death Experiences.” Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, U.S. National Library of Medicine, Feb. 1996, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1295660/.
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