The greatest misconception about our lives is that we die at the end of it. If there is one person alive today who can prove beyond all doubt that death is final, finite, nothing more after life etc. then I'd love to meet that person. Conversely I'd like to meet the person who can prove that life also is not an illusion. Throughout history we have been conditioned to think that death comes to us all in a way that the physical body just dies. Well, I've got news for you. There is only change happening as the body which has housed you during a physical existence breaks down into something completely different. It is a chemical change forced upon the body because the bio rhythms no longer function. But the soul and mind continues. Read the following article to realise the illusion. If death was so finite, then there would be no possibility of reincarnating or multiple existences. And "The Meadow" would be meaningless because it's all about life which shares the same illusion as death.
Reology and Death
By Charles P.
Death is as big a topic for our curiosity as the who, what, and why questions we have about ourselves and this reality. Those are topics we have previously covered, and from them come our best opportunity to understand death.
We have seen how reality is really an illusion; there is no matter or energy, or space or time, except in the instant of observation which makes all these things including our physical identity appear real. All the experience we know is in fact completely subjective.
What could be more subjective then death? It is complete disassociation with the illusion of anything physical. Actually the state we refer to as death is our natural state. In death we just go back to the focus we have that excludes the physical one as being absolute.
How can we be sure of this? Because we have direct evidence of it. We sometimes even refer to it as waking up from the dead. It occurs in sleep. When we sleep, we do not participate in physical experience. It is total subjective awareness, and our subjective experience in sleep has no physical limitations. You can dream about an entire lifetime in an instant in sleep. While dreams may often be about physical experience, this experience rarely, if ever, conforms to the physical laws we think we are governed by when awake.
Dreams are simply too bazaar by our day time standards, sometimes giving us experience with which, when awake, we have no ability to relate. Despite this, dreams do in fact appear more consistent with Reology and The Three Grand Illusions; they often depict matter and energy, and space and time, as well as our own individual identity, as surreal, unreal, and illusionary. Despite the difficulty we have relating to dreams, which also is only natural from a physical perspective, the most glaring and consistent experience we recall is the "timelessness" involved.
Dreams of complete and complex experiences, whether we understand them or not, leaves us with the impression of their instantaneous nature. They seem to begin, progress, and end in an instant. As we have previously seen, quantum theory confirms an instant is the only time that is real.
While scientifically not accepted as valid, near death experiences (NDE's) and their associated life review experiences (LR's) are further confirmation to our subjective non physical identity. Through study and analysis of thousands of these experiences, a distinct pattern of experiences has emerged that is both consistent and trans cultural.
While certain aspects of near death experience conforms to individual cultural and religious beliefs, the greater pattern is that these beliefs are a uniform and consistent part of NDE's and LR's. While science attributes these patterns to hallucination or imagination, the consistency of these experiences has established that they are too statistically consistent to be mere random experience.
These patterns include, in order of progression, an unpleasant sound, followed by a realization of being dead. Next comes feelings of calmness and peace often followed by out of body experience. This leads to the experience of entering a tunnel of light, where meeting and even recognizing others takes place.
This often culminates with the experience of being in the presence of the God the individual believes in. Next comes the life review followed by experiencing a boundary past which they are not permitted, and then, with great reluctance, are returned to their physical body with a sensation of warmth, despite being unclothed in an air conditioned environment.
These are the consistent sequence of events reported by the majority of people who have had near death experience, and in this exact order. During the life review, another consistent pattern has emerged which includes seeing one's entire life in extreme detail, including little, unremembered events, and all this occurs very quickly, even instantaneously.
While feeling they are not being judged, they become their own judge in this review, seeing the experiences in which they hurt or harmed others, and feeling remorse and regret for such actions. This extends to the creatures of the natural world and even the environment itself. Additionally, there is an awareness of such clarity that it is greater then any experience of conscious awareness in the physical state.
This is followed by a transformation of personality and beliefs with an intent to be accepting to others, a repentance of previous wrong doing, and a desire to learn and spiritually grow in the physical form, with less emphasis on material gain or possessions. It is being reborn to the same physical identity from which the person died.
What happens to those who die but do not experience the NDE? There is no way of knowing, but it is a safe assumption they go through this same experience and are able to move past the boundary people having NDE's cannot.
The point of all this is that we each have experience of one kind or another that provides us direct evidence of reality's illusions. Our true identity is not the physical one we observe in the mirror, but instead is a non physical one of subjective experience that transcends physical reality. The evidence for this is in all we experience, as it must be if it is our true nature. We only need to seek it out. Pistis; Reology, The Three Garnd Illusions, and The Power to Choose - A Book About Reality, is a guide to do exactly this.
As for death, Reology shows it is not the end of reality, but rather its continuation.
Pistis; Reology, The Three Grand Illusions, and The Power to Choose - A Book About Reality
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THE MEADOW -- A SPIRITUAL ROMANCE
"The Meadow" is an epic love story unlike anything told before. The storyline threads an earthly path through four life times, from ancient Mexica to contemporary Pakistan, and affords the reader glimpses of a place known as "The Meadow" - an inter-life waterhole where souls rest between lives.
This is a story about life and all its complexities. It is about the eternal love of two characters that seem destined to be together but who repeatedly fail to bond due to a nemesis that tracks them from life to life, tearing them apart.
The stage of "The Meadow" includes hate and retribution, international espionage and political deceit, interspersed with the brilliance of an autistic savant, offspring of the female protagonist, who tries to solve the secret and mystery of the eagle in order to save his mother.
The frustrated lovers thus have only one option - to unite in the Meadow - a place they forget all about each time they incarnate into a new life.
This site is dedicated to "The Meadow", a book of more than 600 pages and has yet to be published, but it is also devoted to sharing information about life beyond the trapdoor of death, inviting the reader to question everything, from dogmatic beliefs to the establishment.
There are many related articles here and we hope that there will be something for everyone. We hope to encourage communication and discussion between likeminded individuals willing to share their experiences to further our common goals of advancement into the future whilst learning from each other.