Imagine. Psychologists spend years trying to help change one thing about personality issues with people. Many times to no avail. How do you explain these changes that are synchronistic with nearly all of us. Timed even nearly exactly the same. Without effort or thought. It just happens. But there is effort. The effort is to assimilate these changes back into a "normal" existence. It begs the question.... Why are we trying to assimilate?
Many looking for Hope read near death experiences. But to me if your looking for Hope. Maybe it's time to find out about the Aftereffects. You can poke holes in almost every nde if you really want to. You can even make one up. But you CANNOT hide the Aftereffects.
AUGUST 27, 2014 YVONNE SNEEDEN
Author P.M.H. Atwater, L.H.D, a North American writer and researcher, has written multiple books on Near Death Experiences and After Effects. The following excerpts from Ms. Atwater and the IANDS website explain the various attributes and characteristics directly associated with individuals who have had a Near Death Experience.
One of the reasons life seems so different afterward is because the experiencer now has a basis of comparison unknown before. Familiar codes of conduct can lose relevance or disappear altogether as new interests take priority. Such a shift in reference points can lead to a childlike naivete. With the fading of previous norms and standards, basic caution and discernment can also fade. It is not unusual to hear of near-death experiencers being cheated, lied to, or involved in unpleasant mishaps and accidents. Once they are able to begin integrating what happened to them, discernment usually returns.
Most experiencers develop a sense of timelessness. They tend to “flow” with the natural shift of light and dark, and display a more heightened awareness of the present moment and the importance of being “in the now.” Making future preparations can seem irrelevant to them. This behavior is often labeled “spaciness” by others, who do their best to ignore the change in perception, although seldom do they ignore the shift in speech. That’s because many experiencers refer to their episode as if it were a type of “divider” separating their “former” life from the present one.
There’s no denying that experiencers become quite intuitive afterward. Psychic displays can be commonplace, such as: out-of-body episodes, manifestation of “beings” met in near-death state, “remembering” the future, finishing another’s sentence, “hearing” plants and animals “speak.” This behavior is not only worrisome to relatives and friends, it can become frightening to them. A person’s religious beliefs do not alter or prevent this amplification of faculties and stimuli. Yet, experiencers willing to learn how to control and refine these abilities, consider them beneficial.
Life paradoxes begin to take on a sense of purpose and meaning, as forgiveness tends to replace former needs to criticize and condemn. Hard driving achievers and materialists can transform into easy-going philosophers; but, by the same token, those more relaxed or uncommitted before can become energetic “movers and shakers,” determined to make a difference in the world. Personality reversals seem to depend more on what’s “needed” to round out the individual’s inner growth than on any uniform outcome. Although initially bewildered, families can be so impressed by what they witness that they, too, change-making the experience a “shared event.”
The average near-death experiencer comes to regard him or herself as “an immortal soul currently resident within a material form so lessons can be learned while sojourning in the earthplane.” They now know they are not their body; many go on to embrace the theory of reincarnation. Eventually, the present life, the present body, becomes important and special again.
What was once foreign becomes familiar, what was once familiar becomes foreign. Although the world is the same, the experiencer isn’t. Hence, they tend to experiment with novel ways to communicate, even using abstract and grandiose terms to express themselves. With patience and effort on everyone’s part, communication can improve and life can resume some degree of routine. But, the experiencer seems ever to respond to a “tune” no one else can hear (this can continue lifelong).
Major Characteristics of Physiological Changes
Energy surges up and down the body happen to many, and can be accompanied by “lights” in the air. Researchers usually regard this as the release of “kundalini” (a Sanskrit term meaning “coiled energy at the base of the spine”). Supposedly, kundalini energy and spiritual energy are one in the same, yet the theory behind this idea remains unproven. To keep in formed about ongoing research, contact Kundalini Research Network, c/o Dale Pond, R#5, Flesherton, Ontario, NOC IEO Canada.
Electrical sensitivity refers to a condition whereby the forcefield or energy around an individual affects nearby electrical equipment and technological devices. Usually sporadic in effect and impact, some experiencers have noticed: watches can stop, microphones “squeal,” tape recorders quit, television channels change with no one at controls, light bulbs pop, telephone “drops off,” computers suddenly lose memory, and so forth. Experiencers more at ease with their new traits report fewer of these incidents than those still in the process of making adjustments.
Physical differences, along with attitudinal changes, eventually lead experiencers to alter their approach to health and healing, employment, finances, lifestyle and relationship issues. Many say that it’s almost as if they have to relearn how to use their own body and brain. Once adjustments are made, the majority come to live healthy, productive lives that are happier, more spiritually-oriented and energetic than before. To deny or repress the aftereffects seems to leave individuals feeling somehow “incomplete,” and can foster unwanted “breakthroughs” years later.
Aftereffects cannot be faked. Nor can you hide your response to the way they affect you (whether you realize what you are doing or not).
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