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Old 20-11-2015, 07:21 AM
Burntfruit Burntfruit is offline
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I don't know. He does insist that we have 'bodies'. I think we will just be orbs of light.
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Old 21-11-2015, 01:12 AM
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Well, he does state categorically on his website that we are not 'balls of light' etc. in the out-of-body state.

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http://www.multidimensionalman.com/M...o_be_dead.html

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We are not floating bubbles or globes of light drifting through vaporous mists when we die. We are just as real with proper bodies as we are on the physical plane.
People frequently think of the dead as disembodied spirits in the shape of balls of light or fuzzy ghostly apparitions when they contemplate a life after death.
When I read some of these reports (not all) by well known regressionists using deep hypnotic trance in order to lead their subjects into afterlife states, I have been surprised to discover that many of the accounts consist of seeing disembodied orbs of light, specks of awareness without eyes drifting in a sea of hazy mists surrounded by other energies, being pulled by certain currents and conglomerating in hives of souls.
Very few of these reports compare with any of my own observations and experiences conducted over the last forty years of out-of-body investigation into life after death. Regardless of what the hypnotist or their subjects may claim and despite risking making myself unpopular with hundreds of thousands of followers of such reports, I believe it is highly likely that at least some of the hypnotees were describing a mental abstraction of their waking life experience within their social groups of friends, families and other social dynamics, rather than an authentic life after death experience.
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Old 18-06-2016, 09:16 PM
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Been rereading this, its a fascinating book, the level of details; Id love it to be true!!
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Old 19-06-2016, 07:27 AM
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The main thing is you enjoy the book and do not worry about if it is true or not. With ap books I think some things are correct and some things I do not like. You cannot prove ap or anything associated with ap. Just have fun with it.
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