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Old 15-01-2020, 08:44 AM
Soulfly Soulfly is offline
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Contradictory messages in NDEs.

How can we explain all the contradictions in NDEs?
I don't mind if people meet Buddha, Jesus or Mohammed etc. I understand that a person can have the experience according to their culture, whatever is comfortable from them.
The problem is the messages and teachings these beings give are completely contradictory in different NDEs. Well all the shorter experiences, which only contain the basic core elements of being out of body, seeing a tunnel and getting a message of love seem to be consistent, but when we look at the longer experiences, then they all contradict each other.

For instance some are told that reincarnation is true and some are told reincarnation is not true and does not happen. Just one example of many.
As a Christian I used to think that perhaps many of these are false spirits or some hallucinations, but I have read how even all the distinctly Christian NDEs contradict each other with their messages. So even all the NDEs within the same religious context contradict each other.

Any thoughts?
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Old 15-01-2020, 06:24 PM
inavalan inavalan is offline
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NDEs are genuine subjective experiences strongly affected by people's emotions and beliefs. Whatever they perceive are interpretations (distortions) of "what there is". People's beliefs and emotional reactions being so different, it is normal that their NDE perceptions are different. You see how widely different people religious beliefs are, too.

I'd say: you can't believe your own eyes!
Everything expressed here is what I believe. Keep that in mind when you read my post, as I kept it in mind when I wrote it. I don't parrot others. Most of my spiritual beliefs come from direct channeling guidance. I have no interest in arguing whose belief is right, and whose is wrong. I'm here just to express my opinions, and read about others'.
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Old 15-01-2020, 10:01 PM
Soulfly Soulfly is offline
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Thanks for the answer. So I undetstand from this viewpoint our minds are part of the great Divine/God/higher power and because of that our experience of the divine will reflect our minds (beliefs) to a certain extent?
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Old 16-01-2020, 05:45 AM
sea-dove sea-dove is offline
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You are still you just after you die so still creating your reality one could say about you so as inavalan said it's still subjective. For more information you would need to change consciousness level eg experience coming from the soul level etc.
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