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NDEs and the Tibetans
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THE AMAZING SIMILARITIES BETWEEN MODERN ACCOUNTS OF NEAR-DEATH EXPERIENCES AND THE ANCIENT TIBETAN BOOK OF THE DEAD

Another interesting article courtesy of Greg and The Daily Grail.
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(12-05-2017, 01:33 AM)Kamarling Wrote: THE AMAZING SIMILARITIES BETWEEN MODERN ACCOUNTS OF NEAR-DEATH EXPERIENCES AND THE ANCIENT TIBETAN BOOK OF THE DEAD

Another interesting article courtesy of Greg and The Daily Grail.

"Dr. Raymond Moody, in his work Life after Life – widely credited with revitalising interest in the topic of post-mortem survival – writes, “Interestingly, while the above description of the being of light is utterly invariable, the identification of the being varies from individual to individual and seems to be largely a function of the religious background, training, or beliefs of the person involved.”

However, "With this particular point made however, it is very important to note that although this is manifestly the case, it is only to a certain extent and within a particular context, and that for the most part, the NDE is unexpectedly surprising to the dying person. It is generally out of step with what his religions or ideas have told him about the otherworld and it is deeply novel to him in many more ways than it is familiar."

Translation. When you choose to enter physical reality, you also choose the time, place and style of dying. Including the afterlife, so to speak, and that experience may follow your beliefs...or it may not.
Existence is not subject to time; time is subject to Existence.
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No offence, but that (especially the first part) seems more like an interpolation than a translation.
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