- Oct 28, 2019
Some excellent thoughts there. Of course the real truth of all these matters is beyond any words, but the words are the best approximation to help us get a sense of what things might be, which is fine.... Either way the correct view finally is just to say "we'll just wait and see", because that's the truth of it, but of course, we still like to express our views, which is fine - we just need to be aware of the limitations of doing so by realising that it's just our best guess....My perspective is life is eternal. There never was a beginning, never will there be an end. There is, as someone wrote here, a summerland...and we all return to it...but the spirit will sometimes take a detour right after leaving to "burn off karma" as they say....if one dies with a lot of fear or aggression, they will create a temporary "hell"...I think it's important to go out with a good attitude if one wants to avoid that experience, but that's just a personal belief. I've met many people who have had NDE's, near death experiences, and there's a ton of stuff on youtube if anyone is interested. A lady named Nancy Rynes is a great interview. She was hit by an SUV, left her body, etc, was an atheist and scientist before her nde. I love her story. Since there is no time when we leave the body, in other planes, her 5 hours in surgery to fix multiple injuries, she said it felt like 3 months over "there"...She was miserable to be back and to be told she had to come back. I look at suicide as sometimes, but not always, kind of like cutting out early from school lol. But I don't think that's always the case, I believe it is also written in one's soul trajectory. That we sign up for this experience also.