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Old 11-01-2016, 06:37 PM
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Will The Blind See In The Afterlife??

Will The Blind See In The Afterlife??


Just wondering as been reading Robert Bruce's book on Astral Projection, he says that blind people don't see as such when they go out of the body as they don't have a point of reference in their mind but what about after death, will they be able to see then?? Or will they be condemned to blindness for ever?

I do wonder about vision after death, is it 20/20, can people see UV light, see in total darkness or see through objects? Can they see across the gulf of space and equally see the microscopic?

How exactly do non physical eyes work??
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Old 11-01-2016, 07:05 PM
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Yes, they will see.

Nobody has 'physical eyes' in the world of spirit remember ....
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Old 11-01-2016, 07:09 PM
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Hi metal68,

I've never thought of that... I imagine that they do. The way I see it, when we die, we move to a completely different dimension, in a completely different form, so the way we understand vision and the way eyes work in correlation to the brain, is an entirely different story in the afterlife; because these aspects of our physical selves will no longer Be... in fact I don't think that the senses as we know them exist in the same way when we pass. In a way, we're all blind, in that we cannot see souls, or energies; we cannot even see 75% of the universe. I'd like to think that in the after life if we do.
If I compare it to my past life regression therapy, what I saw cannot be compared to what I see when I open my eyes. It's not about "seeing", it's more about just knowing things, and feeling things. Then again, it's something we'll find out when the day comes I suppose.
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Old 11-01-2016, 08:39 PM
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When we leave the physical world we leave our ailments behind too,it is our soul that moves on.

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Old 11-01-2016, 08:45 PM
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What happens to the woman who recently used bleach to cause permanent blindness to herself ?

Would she stay blind after deciding to follow a specific path into blindness ?
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Old 11-01-2016, 09:50 PM
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What happens to the woman who recently used bleach to cause permanent blindness to herself ?

Would she stay blind after deciding to follow a specific path into blindness ?

Would a woman stay dead if she elected to commit suicide? If you believe in the afterlife then, no, they will transcend to the next existence. Likewise, so I can imagine that it is with eyesight. People will regain their eyesight upon transferring to an afterlife. People will be cured of their ailments, or they cannot pass on. Their ailments are to their earthly body, and not to the spirit within.
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Old 11-01-2016, 10:20 PM
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Why would anyone want a limited vision as we have it here through our eyes, when we can have a 360 degree not vision as such but perception.
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Old 12-01-2016, 06:57 AM
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The spirit came first. Sight as human is an imitation of sight as a spirit. As spirit we are our true selves, and nobody will be disabled.

If there is damage, we spend time in recuperation in the spirit world.
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Old 12-01-2016, 03:32 PM
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We are all sparks of God. God gave us everything when He split into myriads of souls.

There is only one thing that God demands from us: that we return to Him/Her in full conscious.
God loves us unconditionally and will see to it that that will happen.

So blindness is a temporary condition. Also if you did it to yourself.
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Old 19-01-2016, 12:00 PM
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Will The Blind See In The Afterlife??


Just wondering as been reading Robert Bruce's book on Astral Projection, he says that blind people don't see as such when they go out of the body as they don't have a point of reference in their mind but what about after death, will they be able to see then?? Or will they be condemned to blindness for ever?

I do wonder about vision after death, is it 20/20, can people see UV light, see in total darkness or see through objects? Can they see across the gulf of space and equally see the microscopic?

How exactly do non physical eyes work??

In You Tube there is one report of a woman, blind from birth, who was able to see for the first time during an out-of-the-body experience. She had difficulty in explaining exactly what she understood she saw - but that is to be expected.
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