How curious are you about death?

It's the biggest event in a person's life.
We can only guess what really happens from the dead person's point of view. How fast time will pass from his perspective. And if he'll be able to experience reality again.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Seanonymous

    But what if life just sucks more if you know. Of course I'm curious tho. Just don't tell me. Unless you know I want to know that is.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Read tons of ndes and you always get reborn. The only kids who keep their past life memories are kids who suffered terrible and quick death like shot to head or car/plane crash.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      My past life recall was one of those. Terribly violent and quick. It freaked my mom out when I told her as a toddler in great detail of an extremely violent period in history and what I did and what others did to me. What still gets me to this day is that I found the event, but there's a good amount of time between it and my birth. So where was I in between? Did I time travel?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I visited another life I was having in a deep dream once. These things are happening simultaneously.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        what/when was the event?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Russian workers rising up during Bolshevik seizures of grain with forced labor mandates.

          Something that always hit me hard is I could never recall what people were saying nor why the signs look weird. It was a surreal revelation that the past life wasn't English derived or anything close to it.

          Later in life I got gene tested and find out a whole side of my family is Russian, but our great great grand parents would come to America and lie and put down another nationality. None of their children including my parent on that side knew or questioned the odd details that didn't line up with how they got here. There's stories from that side of the family that line up with what the Bolsheviks did to people and wouldn't ya know it: great great grand dad arrives in America just as the party formally forms in Russia.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I AM LOOKING FOR A DAVID. But don't kill him if he's not dead yet, ok?

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Very. I think about it everyday. Why do we get to to experience reality right here, right now and never again and never before? Before/afterlife is almost a certainty to me. Reincarnation is most obvious, but maybe it's more complicated than that.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    We revive people from medically defined death reasonably often. I think we should have a pretty solid idea of what it's like by this point.

    For my part I'm curious but not eager. It'll happen eventually, it's the only guaranteed outcome of life in fact. No reason to rush toward it if I know it's coming.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    What are you looking for?

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It's tailored to each person. Not everybody comes back and anything can happen. There are other realities other than this one. Your soul is self manifesting and that is what dictates where you go.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      why did my soul manifest so much pain and regret

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        There are a full range of souls that satisfy the spectrum. There are those that manifest pain and suffering as their nature. Suffering creates more meaning than other people who didn't suffer.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Only guess
    No. People come back and tell us. See video: https://youtu.be/8vLs_wg9q2I?si=IKpqFYP2V-4vsx6g

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Not really though. They’re not officially dead.. they’ve just just lost sinus rhythm.. the brain is still active.. and in these instances, the brain floods with DMT.. this the brains neuro-chemical response to the lack of blood carrying oxygen to the brain.. for us to truly understand, what being dead is like we’d have to revive someone who’d actually died.. like wait for full brain activity to cease.. then artificially reanimate the heart and stimulate the brain.. it would be a pretty interesting study.. though, I think their consciousness would be long gone by the time they’d actually died.. physically speaking anyways.. metaphysically speaking they’d likely be exploring the universe as either their wave/frequency format or reincarnating somewhere else

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        The longe the brain goes without oxygen, the more likely it is for brain damage to occur. You’d have to get oxygen to the brain in some way

  9. 1 month ago
    no, buddy

    I'm not curious. Life is for living and death is not a part of the experience at all. All things are best dealt with in their own time, and for death that means after life. Moreover, the necessary ignorance of this reality should not be ignored.

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I'm death

    • 1 month ago
      no, buddy

      Way to break the anonymity. You might as well be posting with a stupid name.

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

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  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I killed myself about three times in a dream, cutting my throat each time. I woke up in a different body each time across time.

    I've involuntarily lost consciousness due to blood pressure loss. When I lose a certain threshold of blood pressure my body overreacts sadly. This time I had lab work done before my job at a hospital. 5mL were taken too fast and my blood pressure dropped from 120/90 to 78/60. During this time I honest to got just thought I was walking out of the blood draw rooms and waving goodbye only to have people violently shaking me awake.

    I don't think consciousness dies postmortem. If consciousness is immortal it technically cannot learn what 'death' is. My speculation is that when you die, life continues per normal but it would be like living the most realistic dream you've ever had. Details become vivid and wildly beautiful. You wouldn't know you're dreaming though and you wouldn't know you're dead for a while. Over time the "issues" form bit by bit and parts of reality begin to "screw up." Peoples faces, clocks, current events. Around this time the "fantastic" occurs, demons, angels, or whatever the frick you wanna call these entities start crawling out of the woodwork.

    You might also have to relive certain parts of your life as an exploratory means of "what happened?" If you're in your version of "heaven" you made these decisions well and you see how it helped others around you. If you're in your version of "hell" you see how these decisions harmed yourself and others.

    Best guess at least.

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I'm not curious about it at all and couldn't even care less. I can't say what happens when you die, but have an easier time explaining what doesn't happen when you die. Paradise for certain people? I don't think so. Reincarnation? Sometimes, not always. From the fact that I've felt as if I've been in contact with some deceased, I think an afterlife where you don't come back can also exist.

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