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    Default Re: An Amazing Suicide NDE, I seem to need to keep watching

    Quote Posted by Aragorn (here)
    Well, as I said, I'd rather not open that ..
    I Did it -- Soul, Conscienciuosness and Spirit concepts useful for a common sense.

    I ask for your agreement, but I was pretty sure you wouldn't disagree with my intention.

    About "the three waves of volunteers" by Dolores Cannon, I'm probably the first wave. I still don't know what she wrote, but I came to the same conclusions througth other ways.
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    here I am, but I don't belong to this world
    So, nothing there are here belongs to me.

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    Default Re: An Amazing Suicide NDE, I seem to need to keep watching

    Quote Posted by thepainterdoug (here)
    Chris, always like your take on things The Kelly NDE says were not here in school, no Karma, no right or wrong. We are here to experience this duality, this 3 d dense experience and its separation, and thats it. To breath and don't resist.

    now real boots on the ground living, this seems impossible for me, unless in relatively blissful, prestige conditions. But when the s---t hits the fan, its then that it seems impossible to live and carry out. And this is true of so much enlightenment talk, that its all pretty doable when things are relatively ok.

    How does one see , and accept an actual disaster or a true hurtful act by someone, and take it in with calm and understanding of these principals?
    One acts with compassion---the event has happened and cant be changed but the effects can be mitigated--its never about condoning harmful acts.
    Love is not blind.
    Its possible to be more effective when not directed by inner anger, frustration or any negative emotion.

    Thanks for your post.
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