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Old 7th September 2007, 07:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Where do we go when we die??? Here is all the truth below , pls read!!!

What happens when we die, and where do we go? Are the near-death experiences that many people report relevant to students of A Course in Miracles?

The "transition" to death can be likened to the following: 1) shifting from one sleeping dream to another; 2) completing the viewing of one video tape and beginning another; 3) changing channels from one television station to another at the completion of a program, or even before its completion if one so chooses; or finally 4) leaving one room and going into another, as was taught by the great 19th-century Indian sage Ramakrishna. Since consciousness is inherent in the split mind, and not found in the brain or body (although it is experienced there), physical death is but an illusion of an end to one's mental state, which is retained at death. Despite this thought of separation being projected onto the body, it still remains within its source: the wrong mind. Therefore, one does not go anywhere at death. Returning to the analogy of changing television channels, one physically remains in the living room chair, even though one's attention has shifted from the location seen on one television channel to another.

Moreover, it is important to realize that what we call death does not bring about a state of enlightenment or peace. If one does not complete the letting go of the ego's thought system in its entirety, thereby letting go of the wrong mind, enlightenment or resurrection cannot be attainable. In fact, Jesus specifically cautions against such an escapist view of death:

What could you choose between but life or death, waking or sleeping, peace or war, your dreams or your reality? There is a risk of thinking death is peace, because the world equates the body with the Self which God created. Yet a thing can never be its opposite. And death is opposite to peace, because it is the opposite of life. And life is peace. Awaken [the meaning of resurrection] and forget all thoughts of death, and you will find you have the peace of God (T-27.VII.10:1-6; italics ours).

A recent variation of this belief that physical death brings freedom or release from the body is found in many people's "near-death" experiences, and questions about these experiences often are raised during our classes and workshops. The reports usually include the person's experience of leaving the body and proceeding through a dark tunnel to a circle or being of light, often identified as Jesus. This all-loving and gentle presence sometimes reviews the life with the person, and then "sends" the person back to complete lessons, accept certain responsibilities, or assume an important function (always a favorite of the ego's specialness needs).

It is not for anyone to judge these near-death experiences, and it would be foolish to deny the very positive effects such experiences have had for people. However, one can comment on the "theology" of such experiences and the conclusions drawn from them about the meaning of life, death, and the so-called after-life, or "life after life."

The reader must keep in mind that A Course in Miracles states quite clearly that the mind is not in the body, though it certainly can appear otherwise. For example, from the workbook:

The mind can think it sleeps, but that is all. It cannot change what is its waking state. It cannot make a body, nor abide within a body. What is alien to the mind does not exist, because it has no source....

What seems to be the opposite of life is merely sleeping. When the mind elects to be what it is not [the body], and to assume an alien power which it does not have, a foreign state [the body] it cannot enter, or a false condition not within its Source, it merely seems to go to sleep a while. It dreams of time; an interval in which what seems to happen never has occurred, the changes wrought are substanceless, and all events are nowhere. When the mind awakes, it but continues as it always was (W-pI.167.6:1-4; 9; italics ours).

And from "Beyond the Body" in the text:

The home of vengeance [the body] is not yours; the place you set aside to house your hate is not a prison, but an illusion of yourself. The body is a limit imposed on the universal communication that is an eternal property of mind. But the communication is internal. Mind reaches to itself. It is not made up of different parts, which reach each other. It does not go out. Within itself it has no limits, and there is nothing outside it. It encompasses everything. It encompasses you entirely; you within it and it within you. There is nothing else, anywhere or ever (T-I 8.VI.8:2-11; italics ours in sentences 5,7).

Therefore, when we consider such near-death experiences from the perspective of A Course in Miracles, we can see that they make no sense on the level of form. How can one leave one's body, travel through a tunnel, and greet a great light, if one were never in the body in the first place? Remember that the self remains in the mind and not the body, just as a dreamer's self is not in the dream, though parts of this self are reflected there. Again, this is not to deny or invalidate a personal experience, but it is to say that however valid an experience is for the person, the interpretation is purely subjective and should not be taken for "objective" truth. For example, everyone experiences the sun as rising and setting every day, and many people report very significant aesthetic and even spiritual feelings associated with sunrises and sunsets. And yet, we know scientifically that the sun does not rise or set, but rather it is the earth that does the movement: rotating on its axis and revolving around the sun. The experience is contrary to the true explanation. Similarly, we all experience the earth as flat as we go through our daily lives, even though we understand intellectually that it is round. And so, one's experience of a near-death occurrence, or of a place to which one goes upon death (or near death) does not necessarily mean that what is understood as the experience is what truly is. And again, when one looks at such experiences through the lens of A Course in Miracles, one would understand them quite differently: expressions of forgiveness that were projected from the mind onto the body and its world of life, death, and near death.

As we have seen, therefore, there cannot in truth be an out-of-body experience since the mind is never in the body to begin with. And so the mind cannot leave the body, travel through a tunnel, and meet with Jesus after having left the body. Moreover, there is a danger in believing this way, because it strongly suggests -- as do many people who have had such an experience -- that such peace, joy, and happiness can only come to a person after having "died" and left the body. The whole focus of A Course in Miracles is on choosing and having a holy instant right now, on choosing Jesus or the Holy Spirit instead of the ego. One does not have to die to go to Heaven, since Heaven is an awareness of perfect Oneness, within the mind, and nothing else besides that. The wonderful experience of forgiveness that is frequently reported can be had in a holy instant, again, without having left the body, going through a tunnel, etc. Holding up near-death experiences to be idealized and sought for (as was depicted in the popular movie Flatliners) actually serves well the ego's fundamental strategy of first making the body real, and then turning it into a repulsive thing. This sets up a situation in which people would wish to be free of its prison of darkness, yearning to escape into the non-corporeal light. And all the while, the ego's thought system of separation, guilt, and specialness nestles comfortably in the mind, protected by the belief that there is indeed a body that is real, and one that truly exists in the physical world.

Thus, believing in the reality of such experiences is the very compromise with truth -- giving light and darkness equal power and reality -- that Jesus cautions against in A Course in Miracles. We see a clear statement of such a caution in the section on death in the manual for teachers, and we quote from this extremely important passage now. It begins with a reference to the standard religious belief that upon death the soul is freed to return to God, or to continue on its journey as in the Catholic doctrine of purgatory. However, the contemporary interest in near-death experiences, as we have just seen, falls into the same category of not recognizing the illusory nature of the entire physical universe and of individual existence -- body, mind, and what is mistakenly referred to as "spirit":

The curious belief that there is part of dying things [i.e., a soul, or "life force"] that may go on apart from what will die, does not proclaim a loving God nor re-establish any grounds for trust. If death is real for anything, there is no life. Death denies life. But if there is reality in life, death is denied. No compromise in this is possible. There is either a god of fear or One of Love. The world attempts a thousand compromises, and will attempt a thousand more. Not one can be acceptable to God's teachers, because not one could be acceptable to God. He did not make death because He did not make fear. Both are equally meaningless to Him.

The "reality" of death is firmly rooted in the belief that God's Son is a body. And if God created bodies, death would indeed be real. But God would not be loving. There is no point at which the contrast between the perception of the real world and that of the world of illusions becomes more sharply evident....

"And the last to be overcome will be death" [the famous statement of St. Paul from his first letter to the Corinthians, 15:26]. Of course! Without the idea of death there is no world. All dreams will end with this one. This is salvation's final goal; the end of all illusions. And in death are all illusions born. What can be born of death and still have life? But what is born of God and still can die? The inconsistencies, the compromises and the rituals the world fosters in its vain attempts to cling to death and yet to think love real are mindless magic, ineffectual and meaningless. God is, and in Him all created things must be eternal. Do you not see that otherwise He has an opposite, and fear would be as real as love?

Teacher of God, your one assignment could be stated thus: Accept no compromise in which death plays a part. Do not believe in cruelty, nor let attack conceal the truth from you. What seems to die [the body that had been "alive"] has but been misperceived and carried to illusion. Now it becomes your task to let the illusion be carried to the truth. Be steadfast but in this; be not deceived by the "reality" of any changing form. Truth neither moves nor wavers nor sinks down to death and dissolution, And what is the end of death? Nothing but this; the realization that the Son of God is guiltless now and forever. Nothing but this. But do not let yourself forget it is not less than this (M-27.4:1-5:4; 6-7; italics ours).

In conclusion, therefore, we can understand that anything that seems to live and then die, that changes, grows, and subsequently deteriorates, or that appears to be separate from others, cannot be of God and therefore cannot be real. And so all categories that relate to bodies in any way -- including death and near death -- have no true meaning because they do not truly exist. Their only meaning within the illusion comes in their serving as classrooms in which we learn the lesson of discerning between the meaningless and the meaningful.

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is really the truth meh?
the person die before than after a few days come back meh?
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i think we go to heaven or hell : )

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Where did you copy paste this mumbo jumbo from?

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Old 9th September 2007, 08:27 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by MarkWeiMing
What happens when we die, and where do we go? Are the near-death experiences that many people report relevant to students of A Course in Miracles?

The "transition" to death can be likened to the following: 1) shifting from one sleeping dream to another; 2) completing the viewing of one video tape and beginning another; 3) changing channels from one television station to another at the completion of a program, or even before its completion if one so chooses; or finally 4) leaving one room and going into another, as was taught by the great 19th-century Indian sage Ramakrishna. Since consciousness is inherent in the split mind, and not found in the brain or body (although it is experienced there), physical death is but an illusion of an end to one's mental state, which is retained at death. Despite this thought of separation being projected onto the body, it still remains within its source: the wrong mind. Therefore, one does not go anywhere at death. Returning to the analogy of changing television channels, one physically remains in the living room chair, even though one's attention has shifted from the location seen on one television channel to another.
this part sounds like the matrix. where all of us are actually in the virtual world in a machine IN the real world. and where all of us are sleeping in some kind of liquid, then we experience what we thought of the virtual world as the real world =.= ( ok just go see the matrix if you dont understand) so if when we "die" we have our memory reseted and start off again as an infant.

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wah. yea. where did u get this whole chuck of thingy from? curious.

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me oso curious where u got all this stuff from? coz i saw u had lot of thread tat was copy and paste???

to me life after dead depend on individual's religion and belief.

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Re: Where do we go when we die??? Here is all the truth below , pls read!!!

Originally Posted by rocky
i think we go to heaven or hell : )
i second this

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l believe in no life after death

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u die... ur body go 6 feet under.
if you beena good boy and pray alot, u go to heaven.
if not you go to hell.

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lol sometimes i wonder, if it's based on religion, the following would happen:

1. Buddhists would get reincarnated as horses and cows if they had been evil; as pigs if they had been bad; as humans if they had done good deeds; and enter Nirvana if they had been good guys without any bad thoughts or harmful deeds all their lives.

2. Taoists would go to hell unless they had been promoted as saints in their lifetime. Saints include Guan Yunchang being the most popular, loyal to master and friends.

3. Jews would get dragged to hell by Lucifer if they had not been praying; but get saved by the Lord to Heaven if they had been praying hard and spreading His faith. Christians have a better chance at this because Jesus would be pushing them more eagerly, and since a father loves his son, He would most likely lift more Christians to Heaven because of His son.

4. Muslims are born Muslims and die Muslims, and they take their oaths and pray everyday, not succumbing to others. So they are most likely to go the Heaven to meet Allah, unless they had been evil and unrepentant.

5. This is the best one! What happens to FREE THINKERS?? Well, you have all the gods of every religion trying to grab you in your afterlife! So no matter which religion you eventually fall under, you'll get to Heaven! Everyone up there will fight for you to stay in their realm! LOL no offense though!

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lol sometimes i wonder, if it's based on religion, the following would happen:

1. Buddhists would get reincarnated as horses and cows if they had been evil; as pigs if they had been bad; as humans if they had done good deeds; and enter Nirvana if they had been good guys without any bad thoughts or harmful deeds all their lives.

2. Taoists would go to hell unless they had been promoted as saints in their lifetime. Saints include Guan Yunchang being the most popular, loyal to master and friends.

3. Jews would get dragged to hell by Lucifer if they had not been praying; but get saved by the Lord to Heaven if they had been praying hard and spreading His faith. Christians have a better chance at this because Jesus would be pushing them more eagerly, and since a father loves his son, He would most likely lift more Christians to Heaven because of His son.

4. Muslims are born Muslims and die Muslims, and they take their oaths and pray everyday, not succumbing to others. So they are most likely to go the Heaven to meet Allah, unless they had been evil and unrepentant.

5. This is the best one! What happens to FREE THINKERS?? Well, you have all the gods of every religion trying to grab you in your afterlife! So no matter which religion you eventually fall under, you'll get to Heaven! Everyone up there will fight for you to stay in their realm! LOL no offense though!
this is erm??? free tinker concept lol i never saw that in my bible what i saw is jesus or hell u choose lol

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haha there are lotsa ways to interpret that. read about the Crusades? Pope Urban II basically used this to say that the infidel (Muslims) have taken Jerusalem, the Holy Land (when in fact they have been staying there for thousands of years), and because they weren't Christians, they had to die.

one of the funniest phrases that a Crusading general shouted to his men: "Kill them all! God will choose His own!"

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Dude, please shorten things, if u intend copy and paste articles, try summarising things. Its like f***K lenghty man and i actually read through all of them and i find it pointless to raise my doubts about your article as i dun think i will get my answer from u.

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Wow, he always manage to get some strange info from else where..

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Google and copy paste for the win.

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OMg. Im interested. But thers so much to Read. Could someone Summarise? Lol.

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Can summorize anot?

very long lei... alot things read... somemore TS always post so long stuffs... Make my head spin lik hell even b4 read till middle...

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They say that when we are about to die, you will see your own belief. If you are a christian you will see jesus coming to fetch you, if you are a buddhist amitabha buddha will come, if you are hindu the trinity will come. Its all in the faith. Also in near death expireinces, people will see light shining on them. Christians will believe it is god's prescence and buddhist will think it is buddha. But scientist have said that it is all in the mind. I too believe that when we die, the mind will create a vision for us to relieve pressure from death. This is the truth.

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