Dying, NDE, & OBE
Many people have “died” and come back, and their experiences have been startlingly similar. A tunnel of light, loved ones or angels greeting you… read more here.
Are all #ET encounters created equal? According to the co-founder of FREE (Foundation for Research into Extraterrestrial Encounters), Rey Hernandez, the answer is “not at all!” Let’s travel down the rabbit hole to learn more about this bizarre phenomenon.
According to the researchers, who spent four years examining more than 2,000 people who suffered cardiac arrests at 15 hospitals, nearly 40 percent of people who survived their resuscitation, described some kind of awareness during the time when they were clinically dead.
A mystical experience frees you from your misperceptions of reality and leads you to a greater more real reality. A spiritual experience that gives us a taste of eternity, it can lead to soulful maturity.
Death. The very word casts a pall of doom. Why is it so upsetting to us? Perhaps because it conflicts with two different ways in which we know the world. We know intuitively we are immortal beings, an essence deep within us is eternal. Our sense perceptions, though, tell us we die and cease to exist. We see that the person we knew is gone. The body lying there is not them at all. Where are they? Where are we going to be when we die? How can an immortal being cease to exist?
We see it from a divine perspective that seems like a forgotten knowledge, washed away by the constructs of a planet in deep dark pain telling us that we are not eternal, that we are not the souls we are looking for, making us petty, making us dispensable. They look at us, like some look at the dharma of the people here living ‘quiet lives.’ How dare they, even on the account of spiritual superiority.
Alexis speaks with OBE expert William Buhlman about how we can witness our thoughts becoming things during an out of body experience We’ve all heard the phrase “thoughts are things.” And while many may believe this idea has merit, what if you could actually see your thoughts forming right before you? According to out of body […]
The mental state known as our “sweet spot,” where we have both great strength and great ease; it’s the mental state when our best work emerges without strain or anxiety.
Medical and scientific experts have maintained these ‘near-death experiences’ do not exist and are simply a normal reaction to intolerable stress.
“You know how when you have a dream that stays with you and you just feel that there’s something about it, like there’s a heaviness weighing on you? That’s what this was like.”