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Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Do you believe in the Afterlife?

There is growing acceptance of the concept that life continues after death. In the book, Hello from Heaven, Bill and Judy Guggenheim state that as many as 67 percent of bereaved individuals report experiencing after death communications from their loved ones.

Do you believe in an afterlife? Comment below this post and give us your answer. Feel free to say why you do or do not believe in it.

2 comments:

Sun Singer said...

I see existence as continuous and feel that the term "afterlife" creates an erroneous idea of a greater separation and difference between reality as we perceive it now and as we perceive it after transition.

In my reality, so to speak, we are all living simultaneous lives in multiple time frames, and it's only while we're "here" that we view our existence as a linear, single thread progression.

Sandra Hatfield's novel "Zeron Degrees of Separation," (see her site at www.zerodegrees-separation.com) presents a wonderful description about how our existence plays out.

Malcolm

Jennifer said...

I defently beleive in the afterlife.I lost a loved one Sept.08 and I feel his presence.A spirt of a loved one feels like electrical,tingleing,sensation.Sometimes you might see a flash of white light around and if you meditate on thoughts of that person and relax and have an open mind you might be suprised on what could happen.Its a good thing.