Coming Light by Mary Bruce Wallace

By Mary Bruce Wallace

1924. the reality our heavenly helpers appear so fearful to provoke upon us is that the path and caliber of our ideas, feelings, and activities during this existence confirm our prestige and atmosphere while getting into upon the existence to come back. the necessity for thought-control and for following one's optimum beliefs when in the world hence turns into extra strongly obvious.

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By Mary Bruce Wallace

1924. the reality our heavenly helpers appear so fearful to provoke upon us is that the path and caliber of our ideas, feelings, and activities during this existence confirm our prestige and atmosphere while getting into upon the existence to come back. the necessity for thought-control and for following one's optimum beliefs when in the world hence turns into extra strongly obvious.

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The last rites administered to the dying by the priest are intended to facilitate this serenity and acceptance, and in addition, both Eastern religions (Buddhism in particular) and Western mediumistic communications also stress that some knowledge of what to expect in the immediate afterlife plays a major role in helping avoid post-mortem fear and confusion. Finally, what of those people who return from clinical death with nothing to report, positive or negative? Have they no afterlife, or is there an unconscious mechanism that prevents them from recalling their experience, perhaps because it may prove difficult for them to handle the profound psychological changes that can follow an NDE (this possibility could be tested by seeing if they recall these memories under hypnosis).

Each moment of time lives briefly then dies. Each cell in the body lives its short span and then dies. If we believe in a Creator we accept that this is the way things are meant to be. The poet Dylan Thomas wrote that his dying father should ‘Go not gently into that good night, but rage rage against the dying of the light’, but an even greater poet – John Keats – wrote that ‘Oft have I been in love with easeful death, to cease upon a midnight with no pain’. Very different sentiments but, whatever the sentiment, death remains inescapable, and it makes sense to suppose the ‘helpers’ may be there to remind and reassure the dying of the fact.

The majority of those who report NDEs claim their experiences have removed any fear of death – they have died once and know what it is like. In his investigations Dr Michael Sabom found that 82 per cent of his NDE sample claimed to have been left with a reduced fear of death, while 77 per cent claimed an increased belief in an afterlife. By comparison, only 2 per cent of those in a sample of patients who had not had an NDE during their clinical death reported a reduction in their fear, and none reported increased belief in an afterlife.

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