Tuesday, January 16, 2007

What is the truth? . . .


What does happen when we die?
Do we really disappear . . . . Or do we continue in another level, dimension or condition?
Which life is then the real life?

Is that the meaning of being omnipresent . . . To live several lives at the same time, in different dimensions?
If it's nothing more after this life . . . What is then a ghosts?


Take a look at this picture . . . Can you see the ghost?

7 comments:

Hammer said...

I believe we are infinite. We exist everywhere and no where. Our mind is energy that we choose to keep bottled up inside this flesh.

Some can travel outside their bodies for extended periods of time. Near death experiences almost always have the mind outside the body looking down.

As far as ghosts go, I think they are lost souls who do not have the discipline or knowledge to move on past our realm.

From messing with ghosts and the supernatural, I have found that most spirits are frightened, weak and obsessed with getting back to this plane of existence.

BBC said...

"Is that the meaning of being omnipresent . . . To live several lives at the same time, in different dimensions?"

To live all lives in all lives at the same time in all dimensions.

Ah, wait, I'm God, of course I would be that. The ALL.

I don't believe in ghosts, it's just something the mind is tricked into believing or seeing.

I believe in spirits though, my higher self is a spirit.

I believe in

umm

Tits!!

Friendly ones of course.

umm

I'll shut up now.

Have a great day.

BBC said...

A ghost is nothing more than a figment of someones imagination.

BBC said...

BOO !!!

Hey, have ya ever been on a snipe hunt?
*snickers*

Lexcen said...

If life seems pointless because in the end we die, then eternal afterlife is even more pointless. What's the point in floating around eternally, scaring living people occasionally? Eternal life has no beginning and no end. You can only do so much and then you repeat yourself. Eternal life means no progress, no development, no learning, no experience that makes any difference since whatever happens you are eternal. To me eternal life is scary because there is nothing to look forward to except the same ad infinitum. Mortal life seems much more interesting and exciting since each day of our lives is unlike any other day. Infinite variety (within a defined lifetime) is much more appealing to me.

BBC said...

Why does everyone keep missing my point that life on this planet is where we are in psychical form? That when we touch something or something we can actually feel it?

Bah, I may as well give up on trying to explain this stuff to people. I think God should retire and let them work it out.

Kirsten... Your book arrived this afternoon. No personal autograph?
And no return address, I wanted to send you a couple of books also.

Thank you for sending it. I'll start reading it tomorrow. Hugs

BBC said...

I said...

"That when we touch something or something we can actually feel it? "

I meant something or SOMEONE.