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bluebird

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Hi BB,

Yes, the NDE did bring about assurance of the afterlife. Before the accident I was somewhat like you in the area of faith. I used to hunt for reasons to strengthen my disbelief in what we call god, but getting hit by that car changed everything! I am following something I cannot see or consciousness. I know it will exceed my imagination in the next arena of life.
Thank you for answering. It really is good that you have that assurance.
 

BruceAdama

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I do accept the notion of life after death. And, you're right, mac... time has not done anything to soothe my feelings towards God/Mind/whatever. If anything my desire for revenge has only gotten stronger. As I have oft stated here, in the forum... I have absolutely ZERO intention of going through a life review when I die. I simply will NOT do it, and will resist it any any cost. If it is a prerequisite for crossing over, then I simply won't cross over. There's nothing from this life I want or need to learn, nor do I have any desire to relive it, once I've died. If anything, I would give GOD a life review, and hold him/it accountable for all he/it did, to hold me back and make me suffer in life. Actions have consequences, and God needs to own up to them. But it's either no life review for me, or I simply stay here, period. And even if I did cross over, my one wish before I do, would be for God to manifest itself before me, so I could feel my hands around his/its throat.
 

BruceAdama

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So, I’m not really sure about this, but I *THINK* I might have had some kind of encounter with either one of my guardian angels, or spirit guides in a dream last night. I don’t remember the dream except for the end part of it, where for some reason, something inside me just told me that I was either in that realm, or in contact with someone from it… nothing was said to confirm this… it was just a feeling I had… like I knew it without having to be told, and here’s why…

the person I was conversing with was a young woman, Asian, in a yellow shirt. I forget what I was talking to her about prior to my question, but we were standing outside in a large kind of courtyard garden. I got the feeling she was leading me out and away from the structure she came from, and I inwardly felt without having to be told, that I was to leave this place now, wherever this was. I asked her, in that kind of hurried way that you ask when you know you’re pressed for time… I asked her if I could please just ask one last question, before I left… just one question. She didn’t say anything, but just smiled and gave a slight nod. I asked her if when we I die, if my kitties will be there with me. She didn’t say anything, but indicated with her head for me to look forward. When I did, I was shown an image If young cats… not MY cats, but just young cats, to which I took to mean her answer was yes. At that point, the dream ended.

I have no recollection of what we had been talking about before that one question… only that she had come from inside a building, and walked me out to the spot where I’d asked my question. I constantly just “felt” like I was being told in my mind that I had to leave that place, and couldn’t stay there. I’m confused why I had asked that one question, of all the questions I have, considering I always believed that my cats would be there with me in the afterlife anyway. I can’t recall if I’d asked other questions or not before that.

It was just a really random and strange dream.
 

Ruby

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Sounds plausible that it might be an encounter as it wasn't jumbled up images but a detailed scene with a conversation on the afterlife. Also you couldn't stay and were being escorted out of a place. Also I noted that you dream in colour (yellow shirt). Apparently some only dream in black and white. That must be so dull for them.
 

BruceAdama

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I never understood how some people say they don’t dream in color… I’ve always dreamt in color… I had no idea anyone doesn’t.
 

Ruby

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I know. Some people seldom remember dreams so maybe they are less likely to recall details like colour because of that. I looked on the internet and there's quite a lot about it. I know how mysterious these "real time" dreams can be without any unconnected images intruding. I had one myself a few years ago in connection with my dead child and I haven't forgotten it. Apparently people were dreaming a lot in the early months of the pandemic when we were staying at home. I was the same at that point too, dreaming quite vividly but not like the "real life" type.
 
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