Life's a bitch and then you die.
- Feb 23, 2020
If your going to CTB soon, you need to see this there is nothing to be afraid of in the afterlife
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I wouldn't be frightened of the afterlife if there is one we will all go to a better place there are a lot of religions that believe in karma and rebirth, so if your good in this life you will be rewarded in the next but others say it's the Soul trying to experience different things happiness, sorrow and pain but there may be nothing in which case watch films before you were born and imagine, you never felt no pain as you never existed so please don't fret we all die eventually..Honestly thinking about the afterlife scares me. I'm not super religious, but I do believe there's some supernatural being that created the universe. I like to believe in more of a good and a bad place, rather than heaven and hell. And that it works on a sliding scale. You can go up and down in this current life and in the afterlife based on your actions. You could be great in this life, end up in a good place and then be awful there and be sent to a bad place and visa versa. I'm just scared that I'll be punished or something for ctb. Or that my soul will roam the earth and I'll see the aftermath I've left behind.
Wow, thank you for sharing your experience. I have heard similar experiences to yours. Hearing/experiencing them makes one think about afterlife.I like Ghost stories so when they come from famous people I find them even more interesting that everyone can have that spooky encounter, your obviously going to get a few who want the media attention or a quick payday, so what one's do you believe,
BEE GEES star Barry Gibb claims he has seen the ghosts of his brothers. The singer, 70, says he and wife Linda had “disturbing” visions of dead bandmate Robin and younger brother Andy. Barry said: …www.thesun.co.uk
I had a spooky encounter when I was a young boy I would swear of my life but being on SS no would believe me, lol, but I am telling the truth I was in bed and woke up and there was his glowing white figure no eyes, nose, mouth etc just this solid white figure, I sat up in bed and then I felt really calm and relaxed and laid back down and woke up in the morning it could have been a dream but I am in my late 40's now and nothing like it has ever happened again.
Hi RationalGirl, I don't know either, but it has always interested me since I was a child. I have attached a link from YouTube from a very well known doctor and his research into afterlife. Here it is: Near Death Experience Raymond Moody M.D., PhD.Hmm I don't know what happens in the afterlife. But I hope it's better than life on earth.
I want mine to be like a Rocky montage, with Survivor or Chicago playing - me looking all determined and tough while I have flashbacks of the time I ran 50 metres for a bus. Doo doo doo, getting strong now....Anyone excited to see what their “life review” or life flashback will be like the moment they are ending their life ? I’m curious what my brain will bring up as a flashback of memories occur while I die. Like if I jump off a bridge I’ll have that moment where my life flashes before my eyes as I am plunging into the water. I hope I’ll actually have the guts to do it someday tho. I’ve been considering this for years but I’m scared, nervous, and anxious ! :((
You sound awfully pessimistic! I’ve read that book mentioned above too (the Near Death Experiences) and it seems to be reassuring that there is in fact an afterlife! ^_^Logically probably nothing. No use for our brains or bones any more.
Emotionally, I’d love to end up in a sandbox universe. Be restored to full health at a certain point in your life but it’s a clone of the universe you just left behind and you can shape everything to your will.
I know that probably sounds really megalomaniacal but id have control over something for once. I’d be free of the world I left behind. and I’d be at a situation it wouldn’t really hurt anyone else since the clones wouldn’t be really real for anyone but myself.
No book will reassure me of how things will go until I experience it for myself unfortunately. I’m awful dubious of just accepting that sort of thing.You sound awfully pessimistic! I’ve read that book mentioned above too (the Near Death Experiences) and it seems to be reassuring that there is in fact an afterlife! ^_^
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