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creating your eternal room

Discussion in 'Spiritual Growth & Development' started by kim, Nov 22, 2017.

  1. kim

    kim Active Member

    I am 53 years old. Before it happened I wished I could experience something like it too, but I sure wasn't going to go get in the mess I got myself into in order to experience it! When I was 18 I had a serious accident and experienced the NDE, but I don't want you to do the same. Just allow love to rule your life!
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  2. kim

    kim Active Member

    God breathed into the first man He made, and that breath has been passed on through each generation until today. It continues to move within every person and that, I feel, is our relationship to our Source of Being. The frequency of our thoughts is in proportion to the nuance of our eternal homes. Our thoughts are so variant here on the earth that we are out of harmony with our Source.
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  3. mac

    mac Staff Member

    My impression is that despite everything that's happened to you and is still happening, your approach, your thinking, your perspective are very much colored by mainstream religious conditioning.

    (I'm using bold text to enable more easy viewing for you.)
  4. kim

    kim Active Member

    Thank-you Mac, that is a very sweet thing to do. Not many people do that!!!
  5. mac

    mac Staff Member

    I'm sorry doing it hadn't dawned on me earlier. :oops: I've tried a larger character size this time but let me know if it's no help or worse.

    I expect everything that can be done has been done for you but does covering one eye help or is double vision still a problem using one eye?

    Changing tack, but related, I watched a movie on Netflix yesterday evening and although it's not the same situation as yourself it brought you into my thoughts. The movie was 'My wonderful broken mind', a recent documentary made in the UK, my home, about a 34 year old woman who had a near-fatal stroke, a massive bleed into her brain with consequent damage to parts of it. She had emergency surgery that saved her life but the damage to her brain naturally had major consequences. There was no suggestion of NDE but there were changes in her physical perception through her right eye of the world, loss of writing ability and impaired speech for a time.

    As I said earlier it wasn't like your situation other than major brain damage which in time she learned to accept as her new norm, the old individual changed in ways that wouldn't return.
  6. kim

    kim Active Member

    Reading your reply was good.

    I wore a patch until I got used to the double vision. I close one eye when I use the computer a lot, but that gets to be a real pain. I guess I could pull out the old patch again. I think I will, because it would make it easier to just start typing instead of adjusting the font size and boldness of the letters.
  7. kim

    kim Active Member

    Mac, I'm wearing the patch. You won't have to enlarge or embolden the text anymore! It has been so long since I wore this thing that I totally forgot about it. By the way, you probably know I don't have any depth perception because of the double vision. I saw a show on the television a while ago about vision and explaining why we assume there is depth in the 'reality' we see in front of us. I can't explain it briefly or accurately, but do you understand why we, as humans, see depth in our reality. That is one reason why I think what we see in front of us is not the reality that we assume it to be. I think it is sort of like a dream created by the breath of the Source of life. I am not a religious person, but I do believe in living like the Nazarene, because that is love and peace and all that good stuff.
  8. mac

    mac Staff Member

    It's a focus issue, then, with both eyes not converging properly that leads to double vision as I'd thought. I think anything you can do to lessen your seeing difficulties the better.
  9. mac

    mac Staff Member

    Oh - I just posted before I saw this message! :) I'm relieved you've gone back to using a patch for typing and reading.

    Yes I do know how our brains interpret the eyes' signal data into something we know as sight.

    I don't agree with your interepretation, though, that all we experience is like a dream any more than I agree with the way Roberta talks about the lack of rreality of this dimension. But they're other issues and we've done 'em near-to-death in the past and we are unlikely ever to agree.
  10. kim

    kim Active Member

    I can see where Roberta is coming from. We aren't expected to explain the small details of our reality, because that would be impossible.:confused: If we would make love the priority of our lives everything would fall into place. It seems like something magic has been guiding me in my life for the last 34+ years, and I just don't think it is something to ignore. ;)

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