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N.D.E’s and O.B.E.’s


Ever had a near death experience?  Me neither.  Are they all the same?  It appears not.  Many Christians will have an experience of seeing Jesus, or God, and then be shown Heaven.  Then they're told it's not their time.  I read about Hindu's who see a loved one or a guide and they're told that it's a mistake and that they need to go back.  Then I went to one website and it was for atheists who've had near death experiences.  Now that sounds pretty interesting, what do they see when they have a near death experience?  Nothing?  Darkness?  The Void?  Actually the article stated that they all seem to recognize a being of higher power and experience incredible peace and joy.  How can that be, they don't believe in God?  Another amazing revelation from that same article:  None of the atheists experienced a place like hell, or a dark place.  Meanwhile many of the Christians did.  How can that be?  As explained by so many, like Raymond Moody, or Deepok Chopra, we experience what we believe.  So we create our own world after we pass?  For a little while at least, or so it appears.  There is a little known book that really sheds a lot of light on this called Life Between Life by Joel Whitten.  I read it years ago and I still find it to be one of the most thorough books on recording evidence on what happens to us between lives.  Dr. Whitten spent many hours regressing many patients to tell what happened "in between" after they passed and before they were born.


What about out of body experiences?  Is that connected to near death?  Well, at least I've had some of those so I can share some experiences.  We are hearing more and more people speaking about near death experiences and I'm beginning to think many are accepting that there could be some truth in this.

Years ago I read a few books written by Robert Monroe, he wrote a series of books about astral travel.  When I was 8 years old I went to a place I thought was heaven, only it was far from it.  Thanks to reading Robert's books (and others) I now know where I went, at least I think I do.  This also ties into my third topic this week, the 7 levels of consciousness.


One other thing, since I posted this I talked with a friend who pointed out that there is a website that talks about atheists who've had dark experiences in near death, he did say that these people were raised with a Christian background so the possibility existed that it could be from their earlier belief system.  Regardless, I guess it's our own individual journey and each of us will find out what I awaits when the time comes.  Or maybe we can find out now????

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