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|Subject: Re: Civil War||Date: 4/6/2011 10:37 AM|
|Author: ariechert||Number: 32236 of 68036|
"And who do you think was preparing this lesson for me?" - salaryguru
I had to go away and think about this question. Are you wanting a name? I'm not sure how to answer your question? I can only present what I believe to be true? Physicists and near death experiencers say the same thing. They all paint the same picture. They all say the same thing.
We live in some kind of strange holographic reality where everything is connected and our separateness is an illusion. When people cross over they feel totally connected and one with the Universe. And as to what that means I'm not exactly sure. I'm not sure anyone that lives in this physical universe can really comprehend or understand the oneness and connectedness on the other side?
"I remember understanding the others here, as if the others here were a part of me too. As if all of it was just a vast expression of me. But it wasn't just me, it was .. gosh this is so hard to explain.. it was as if we were all the same. As if consciousness were like a huge being. The easiest way to explain it would be like all things are all different parts of the same body." - excerpt from Michelle M's NDE,
"And it became very clear to me that all the Higher Selves are connected as one being, all humans are connected as one being, we are actually the same being, different aspects of the same being." - excerpt from Mellen Benedict's NDE, http://near-death.com/experiences/reincarnation04.html
"So, for a moment, you see. Relax. Don't take yourself so seriously! All is well. We are forever one."
- excerpt from Riding the Dragon, Dr. Taudo's experience, from Transcendental Experiences of Scientists,
"I had the realization that I was everywhere at the same time...and I mean everywhere. I knew that everything is perfect and happening according to some divine plan, regardless of all the things we see as wrong with the world." - excerpt from Carl Turner's experience,
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