Miracles and Near Death Experiences
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Miracles and Near Death Experiences
Near death experiences may be considered "miracles" by some but they are much more than that.
They are proof that our essence remains intact after the body ceases to function.
A couple of years ago I published an article in "My Life as a Male Nurse" series:
The following is actually an extension of that hub, but stands on its own.
It helps to validate the claims that many people have of their personal "miracles" that others often dismiss in disbelief.
That 'disbelief" is nothing more than the overt manifestation of their own belief that others surely are not more appropriate to receive miracles than they are themselves. So, they must conclude that those seemingly 'blessed' events could not have actually occurred.
When we, who have had that exceptional experience, choose to share it with others, it is not for validation or approval by skeptics. It is to show that it is truly possible to have some control over our own lives, if we believe that it is possible.
Being a part of the universal oneness is never contingent on the religion we were brought up in, or the approval of, or validation by, others.
But rather a personal connection directly with that universal oneness itself, that commands sharing with others.
Today on the news i saw this video that prompted this addendum, of sorts, to that particular article. It is sometimes difficult to find the words to adequately express the complicated involvements that are interwoven between what is natural/material and supernatural/abstract.
Although there are many instances of people dying and coming back to life, it may be erroneously considered a "miracle" by those who have been religiously "brainwashed".
I certainly can attest to such happenings, but what i object to is attributing these "miraculous" events to any organized religion.
It is more the ''soul's'' need to fulfill a life's journey, than a spontaneous "miracle".
It is also difficult to verbalize the difference between what the organized religion takes credit for in order to justify keeping people under their influences, and the choice of the individual spirit to choose to return to continue his/her life's journey when the love for those being left behind is stronger than the desire to remain in that blissful state that one encounters after death.
Near death experience
A select few
Only those who have experienced this kind of "near death" episode can fully understand this distinction.
We are all made up of 3 parts:
- The physical body,
- the brain & spinal column (computer) that controls the bodily functions,
- and the essence (or soul) that enters the brain/spinal shaft, and that gives both the body and the brain the animation (vitalization or vivification) to experience the physical world.
This complicated intertwining of body and soul have nothing to do with organized religion and must never be subjugated to such abasement.
Our Creator[s] are not a religion.
When mankind can finally comprehend this concept, the insane fighting between global religions will cease.
Below is the link to the video referenced in the beginning of this article.
There can be no other rational explanation of these events.
by: d.william 08/23/2013
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