VETERANS of near-death experiences, writes Dr. W. R. Morrow, “found that death is not to be feared.”
“They have all been to the edge, looked over, and afterwards lived out their lives with an optimistic attitude.”
Theosophy concurs in H. P. Blavatsky who wrote: “death comes to our spiritual selves ever as a deliverer and friend,” (The Key to Theosophy, p.161.)
“This extensive ‘research,’ if it gives any proof at all, gives evidence of a universal heaven,” says Morrow, “the same comforting near-death vision for everyone reporting!”
“Interestingly, recent analysis by researcher Dr. Jeffrey Long of 1,200 reported cases of the near-death phenomenon shows remarkable similarities across cultures, continents, and religions,” Morrow notes. “All were pleasant and reassuring.”
“Many in the religious community will not accept a God like this who provides no separation of the sheep and the goats, but personally I like this hint of a loving embrace when I go.”
Dr. William Morrow is a Florida licensed marriage and family therapist with offices in Cape Coral and Fort Myers. Learn more at: http://www.williamrmorrow.com. Email email@example.com
Louis S. wrote:
“Don’t some people who have NDE’s have “negative” experiences? They have hellish ones. They see darkness instead of light and demons instead of angels.”
Yes, and its the very same thing in the case of all of us here having NLEs (Near life while in incarnation experiences. 🙂
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Don’t some people who have NDE’s have “negative” experiences? They have hellish ones. They see darkness instead of light and demons instead of angels.
Yes the “negative” does happen, but they are all experienced in the region of “Kama Loka” in the astral. One could have to be caught in the astral realm which is just beyond the body and surrounds the body. Most near-death experiences occur in the higher astral or akasa, the realm of the reincarnating Ego.
A related link: Research and Esoteric Respective on DNA, brain, and body
Thanks for your comments. Namaste!
Thanks for your comments and great link.Namaste!