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The Afterlife

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LightAngel

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Yes, I believe in an afterlife - even though one life would be enough for me because for me quality is better than quantity.

I'm a private person so there is so much I can't share because I'm very careful when it comes to this topic because I know that we all understand things from our own perception most of all.

I will start by sharing some videos that I like about this topic:

 

 

Dr. Brian Weiss: Past-Life Skeptic to Past-Life Expert .

 

 

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Great stuff. Two very compelling videos from those who have studied the mind, the brain, and the NDE experience itself, in depth. Great videos @LightAngel

Having looked into quite deeply over the years myself, I'm in no doubt that consciousness continues after the body stops as well, and also that consciousness can separate from the body, while still alive. 

Yes, it's an interesting life we are living all right. Very interesting indeed. 

Looking forward to more of your posts, friend.

Thanks!

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Goddess of the Mist

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I need to extend this life out as long as possible...I have SO many books to read!!  ;)

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Not A Rockstar

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Past lives are amazing if you can delve into them, and often do give insights into the present, seemingly. I have never gotten obsessive about it, but, as you (probably) know I have had a few memories. I find them interesting but not anything to get caught up in to the extent of allowing it to negatively affect this lifetime. They do form some of my personal evidence (for myself) of a life after this one, though :) 

Sadly, I was never anyone very important it seems, but, it was still interesting.

Thanks for some neat videos about it. 

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LightAngel

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On 9/29/2019 at 6:28 AM, Goddess of the Mist said:

I need to extend this life out as long as possible...I have SO many books to read!!  ;)

 

I still prefer reading paper books - it's also better for our minds. :yes:

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On 9/29/2019 at 10:30 PM, Not A Rockstar said:

Past lives are amazing if you can delve into them, and often do give insights into the present, seemingly. I have never gotten obsessive about it, but, as you (probably) know I have had a few memories. I find them interesting but not anything to get caught up in to the extent of allowing it to negatively affect this lifetime. They do form some of my personal evidence (for myself) of a life after this one, though :) 

Sadly, I was never anyone very important it seems, but, it was still interesting.

Thanks for some neat videos about it. 

You were, but you don't recall it. We all have been important, and will be again. We have been kings and queens, paupers, doctors, musicians, rich and famous, and everything possible under the sun. This said a wise person long ago.

...first of all there came a prophet who arranged them in order; then he took
from the knees of Lachesis lots and samples of lives, and having mounted a high
pulpit, spoke as follows: ‘Hear the word of Lachesis, the daughter of Necessity.
Mortal souls, behold a new cycle of life and mortality. Your genius will not
be allotted to you, but you choose your genius; and let him who draws the
first lot have the first choice, and the life which he chooses shall be his destiny.
Virtue is free, and as a man honours or dishonours her he will have more or
less of her; the responsibility is with the chooser–God is justified.’ When the
Interpreter had thus spoken he scattered lots indifferently among them all, and
each of them took up the lot which fell near him, all but Er himself (he was
not allowed), and each as he took his lot perceived the number which he had
obtained. Then the Interpreter placed on the ground before them the samples
of lives; and there were many more lives than the souls present, and they were
of all sorts. There were lives of every animal and of man in every condition.
And there were tyrannies among them, some lasting out the tyrant’s life, others
which broke off in the middle and came to an end in poverty and exile and

beggary; and there were lives of famous men, some who were famous for their
form and beauty as well as for their strength and success in games, or, again, for
their birth and the qualities of their ancestors; and some who were the reverse
of famous for the opposite qualities. And of women likewise; there was not,
however, any definite character them, because the soul, when choosing a new
life, must of necessity become different. But there was every other quality, and
the all mingled with one another, and also with elements of wealth and poverty,
and disease and health; and there were mean states also.

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LightAngel

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I think we all have different ideas about what an important person is.

I think an important person is somebody who makes this world a better place - either through their love and caring - or because they create something special that will benefit our world.

I find the celebrity culture we have right now in our world very sickening! 

 

 

 

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Not A Rockstar

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3 hours ago, LightAngel said:

I find the celebrity culture we have right now in our world very sickening! 

Yeah, I was not trying to make a big social statement, just that my memories were not of kings or that sort of thing. :) 

Shaman, cobbler, soldier. Now I was a hugely successful chef in New Orleans once, and HE thought he was pretty important lol.

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LightAngel

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It doesn't matter if I meet a king or a homeless person - I would treat them the same.

I have always been that way. :P

I look at who people really are, not their title or how much money they have.

 

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LightAngel

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On 10/16/2019 at 4:11 PM, RoseDancer said:

Know them by their fruits not by their roots. :yes:

 

Bible verse! :)

 

 

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LightAngel

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I really agree a lot with Dr. Brian Weiss.

Our thoughts are almost identical with a few exceptions here and there. 

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