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 41 
 on: January 19, 2017, 22:21:13 
Started by Riddle - Last post by Riddle
you see, after the dangerous stuff that happened, I preferred to 'believe' in it at least partially because it was the only option to control the influx of visualisations.

 42 
 on: January 19, 2017, 22:15:57 
Started by Xanth - Last post by Xanth
Just curious, but anyone else here enjoy running on a weekly basis?

I started at the beginning of 2015 in an effort to lose weight.  I wasn't all that consistent, but this year I'm determined to get out there more. 
I think I've done about 30km since last week.  Loving it.  Feels so good, especially after you're done.  hehe

 43 
 on: January 19, 2017, 22:14:06 
Started by Riddle - Last post by Xanth
ask that psychologist what is a hallucination? then he will give you a definition along the lines of sth not being 'real'.
Then ask him what is real and what not, and what is real(ity) anyway ... then you will see how stuck HE (not you) is in his thinking!  wink
/like!  Smiley

 44 
 on: January 19, 2017, 22:11:22 
Started by SCHMUSTIN - Last post by Xanth
It's normal AND it was real.  You experienced it, so it's real.

It's just part of the normal process of pushing your conscious away from this physical reality.

 45 
 on: January 19, 2017, 21:30:00 
Started by Riddle - Last post by Volgerle
Thanks for cheering me up, guys. Before I used to believe fanatically in the afterlife but when a psychiatrist convinced me almost all of what I  saw during sleep paralyses might have been mere hallucinations, I started doubting my beliefs and I needed such reassurance because the fear of death had struck the place of my previous afterlife fanatism and has been following me around as a paranoia ever since.
ask that psychologist what is a hallucination? then he will give you a definition along the lines of sth not being 'real'.
Then ask him what is real and what not, and what is real(ity) anyway ... then you will see how stuck HE (not you) is in his thinking!  wink

 46 
 on: January 19, 2017, 19:23:16 
Started by SCHMUSTIN - Last post by SCHMUSTIN
Bump.

Anyone??

 47 
 on: January 19, 2017, 18:41:57 
Started by kuurt - Last post by desert-rat
I dont think there is any hard and fast rule on how and where people reincarnate .  I think some chose to be with others for karma or out of love for that person .

 48 
 on: January 19, 2017, 17:17:38 
Started by ansub - Last post by Riddle
How did it change? What was his later perspective?

 49 
 on: January 19, 2017, 16:57:33 
Started by ansub - Last post by Xanth
Didn't Robert Monroe in one of his books say he took over somebody else's body while astral projecting?  And he said he wondered what the other guy's experience was like when he was in his body.  He didn't know if the guy blacked out when it was happening or not.  This is an interesting topic, I wonder why other astral projectors aren't having such experiences and why Robert did.
He relayed the experience where he "seemed" to be living the life of someone else.  I think it's a little to simplistic to make that precise presumption of what exactly was going on.
Have you never had a dream where you felt you weren't you?  You felt you were someone else?  There's LITERALLY no difference between what Monroe experienced and the other scenario.

A lot of what Monroe experienced at the beginning was viewed through a very acute perspective.  As he progressed, and right up until just before he died, his perspective changed drastically.

 50 
 on: January 19, 2017, 16:54:45 
Started by kuurt - Last post by Xanth
If there's one major thing I've learned about the non-physical throughout the last few years, it's this:  Our physical reality notions don't exist beyond the confines of this one particular reality.

What I mean is that those little idiosyncrasies which make us human don't apply non-physically.  How we organize our lives, how we like to label things, rationalize things... they don't exist within consciousness as a whole.  It's simply our means of trying to create order within our own minds.  Stuff like spirit groups... spirit families... they're silly notions.  Consciousness isn't split up as neatly and concise as that.  Consciousness is consciousness.  That's all.

Trying to sub categorize consciousness is just the human attempt or organize something which isn't able to be organized in such a way.

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