Do you believe in life after death? Why whether or not?

I have always been a person who has a sceptical attitude to everything that is non-falsifiable (existence of God, paranormal events, life after death).In other words, a lover of science. Though you believe in a god or supernatural entity, it is also not to be disputing that mankind has been able to make tremendous advances in the past hundred years thanks to science.

Well I recently got a book pushed into my hands from a colleague.Endless consciousness, by Pim Lommel. With a healthy dose of scepticism, I looked at it with some resistance to start. Well done, and particularly positively surprised by what I read. The author, Pim Lommel, cardiologist of origin, describes how, through a confluence of circumstances, he has started to investigate ‘ near-death experiences ‘ of patients who, well, were almost dead. All in all, detailed experiences of people who all went through a similar spiritual process, while they had no more brain activity. This should not be possible according to current scientific beliefs. Some could retell things they could not know at all, such as conversations that had been conducted, objects that had been deposited somewhere, et cetera. All sorts of details that were particularly salient, given the comatose state in which they were.

In addition to explaining these experiences, he makes another point in the book: namely that science, although a particularly beautiful instrument, is sometimes too little curious about explaining the unknown.That it clings too much to existing theories and laws, in which this kind of experience has no place. Many patients who experienced a NDE experience could not tell their doctor/nurse without being portrayed as a glider or a designer. I experienced that myself as well when I started reading.

However, as I progressed in the book, the number of difficult-refutable arguments was built on, but I started to ask myself: Is it ‘ more logical ‘ if there is nothing?Why is that ‘ more normal ‘ than what we now regard as ‘ paranormal ‘? Everything we normally find is normal because it is so. If we were born into a world with a purple sky, flying dragons and inverted gravity, we would have found that normal. (These are still ‘ earthly abnormalities ‘, it is impossible to invent abnormalities without any ‘ earthly frameworks ‘.) The fact that we cannot perceive something is not to say that there is no. Nor does it mean that the reverse is true, but we should be more open to it for me. More than four hundred years ago, everyone was firmly convinced that you fell from the Earth as you pass long enough. The one who then screamed that the Earth was around was depicted as a confused soul.

In short: Yes, I believe there is more after death.It is just as plausible that there is something than not, and I personally prefer the first one. Whatever you believe in-it remains a great mystery for everyone here on Earth. One thing is certain: we will ever experience it all.

Death is dead.It is the same condition for your conception. Consciousness is the result of complex chemical processes. When you are dead these processes are stopped and there is no more consciousness.

No

It is illogical.Your brain is storing information by means of chemical reactions. This combination of chemical reactions constitutes a unique programming of the brain. This makes your personality. As soon as your brain is damaged, your programming changes, so you can change your overall personality.

When your brain is severely damaged, whole parts of your personality may fall away.In The worst case, you will be a cheese-making.

Once your personality has been erased, keep up with existence.There is no reason for me to assume that that whole programming is backed up via some kind of divine WiFi to a sky server.

I do understand that for some people it is a scary idea, that if they die, they really no longer exist and therefore have devised a story to reassure themselves (or actually more their ecclesiastical followers).However, I think it is the only logical possibility that it will stop when your brain stops.

Almost death experiences are, in my opinion, just a result of the oxygen deficiency in the brain.I believe that it is very special experiences, but proves, as far as I am concerned, that there is life after death. After all, you are almost dead when you get them, and not quite dead yet.

Absolutely.I have even irrefutable evidence. I want to exclude my own perception of this, because I am. Could be dead and hallucinate that I’m intik this here. But the one who reads this may personally determine that it lives. Check ready? Still alive? Nice so.

There are already many testimonies of people who have died on Earth, that the number is an obscure kind of countless. Life simply goes on, and does not attract anything from death.In fact, life nourishes itself with what has died. So there is only life after death.

It is only because one sticks to that tiny little, practically invisible dot, which is called “personality”, and so is that one is busy making something else at death.Losing the ego (also referred to by itself, emphatically with a lowercase z), is what all this dust does blow up. If you could let go of all the nonsense you have amused in your mind and would no longer attach to “who you are (think you are)”, and want to realise that you arethe principle of life as such , then this question would never be posed.Some (old, sometimes religious) surrender mentions what we are “awareness”. The rest (from what you think you are) is all gathered attributes: identification and attachment, not what you really are. A kind of magic show of the spirit, full of projections. Possession is said: “You cannot take it with you”, which is better for both life and death, but also more general: just take nothing.

The Bible says there is life after death. I believe what the Bible says.

Death is an inert state, more a transitional situation, compare it with midnight, midwinter, Death Tide or New moon.The pendulum is at its furthest point and soon he moves again towards the new morning, flood, the hesitating first germination or the first lunar quarter.

Those who are going through these natural phenomena understand that there is not as something as eternal stoppage.Also life is almost never 100 percent absent: in hot springs and in thousands of years old Antarctic ice life microorganisms.

Of our personal survival after death, the Oepanisjaden, the oldest Indian wisdom writings, testify.Everything that lives is animated and some even argue that everything is animated.

Also in the US fragmentary myths of Celts, Greeks and Teutons, a firm confidence sounds that this life is not the only one. The Greeks spoke of metempsychosis or soul relocation, before those in power who wanted to inspire fear with the notion of a Hades came, a perpetual, sinful subterranean prison.

I have also experienced some things in my personal life that confirm these insights, but I am not exhibiting this.

I would say: we do see.

The big question now is: “Is there life before death?”

Enjoy it!

Every healthy living creature possesses the will to exist.

A man thinks about the loss of existence.

Fear is the result of thinking about absention of life.

So man is looking after answers, to be able to stop thinking about death.

Yes.I believe in life after death. Both my parents have died and I still live. This is as nature works and that sounds quite logical.

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