Jeff Sheets wrote:"Energy can be neither created nor destroyed. It can only change forms.
goldenstar wrote:Great subject!
I firmly believe that when our body dies, our soul goes somewhere. Whether it's to be reincarnated (I'm fascinated with this), or it goes to wherever our creator is (heaven.....not really in the Biblical version), or our soul is as a spirit that walks upon Earth for a time for some reason. I don't know WHAT happens exactly, as I have no proof and no one else does either, but I believe something does happen. I feel that our soul, our consciousness that makes us human, that no other animal has, has no end and it moves on to another place.
Stonehenge wrote:Hmmmm....how did all that happen?
Metaluna wrote:I'm looking Serene, I'm looking.
It's great to hear we all think there is something, I needed to hear some difference perspectives on this.
Metaluna wrote:First off, oh Jim I am so sorry about your wife. I'm 58 and my husband is 62, we do everything together, when one of us does die, it is not going to be easy to go.
Serene, that orb picture is bloody wonderful!
maxmercury wrote:I can completely understand what it is like to have a sensation that cannot be easily explained. I have had dizzy spells and they are what they are. But when I left my body, it was something that was a very strange feeling and I was fully aware of it all. I was not half a sleep or groggy, but knew everything that was going on.
I did return after floating near the ceiling on the outside of the hospital. I started to think about how I would miss my boys dearly, and then I had a very quick sensation of being rushed back in my body. It was like I had fallen down, but yet it was not a falling sensation. Again, a very strange feeling that cannot be readily explained.
My deepest thoughts go out to your loss, Jim. But after my experience, I do know she is not gone, but either in another dimension or else she is still with you. She is quite aware of what is going on too. If my experience taught me one major thing, it is we have souls.
Serene wrote:Very interesting theory. But I'm afraid that would make me a real misfit as I NEVER had the desire to reproduce....
Same here. Never ever felt the need to reproduce! And I have 3 close female friends who never had kids or ever wanted any. And we all found men who did not want children either.Serene wrote:Very interesting theory. But I'm afraid that would make me a real misfit as I NEVER had the desire to reproduce....
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