With the number of people who have had near death experiences it is a wonder that so-called rational science cannot accept that there might be something they cannot quantify with their incomplete data base. When you leave out spirit you are actually ignoring over half of the equation, the proverbial tip of the iceberg is all that is left, and it is hollow without that spiritual reality that underlies everything. I’ve had all kinds of journeys over the years, using a variety of means to get there, and if you spend enough time in those kinds of spaces you start to become much more tuned in to that deeper meaning of life.
When you are seeing the light pouring out of everything around you, it is not hard to imagine a beautiful journey as we pass out of this physical body and return to our non-corporeal state of being. This kind of information is becoming more widely accepted in the mainstream and has the potential for enormous change if enough people begin to tap into this energy. Just the fact that someone is prepared to countenance a much larger picture than was perceived while attached to the physical body, has to help in meeting the issues and problems we have created upon the planet.
An interesting look at life after death is “The Lovely Bones”, where our heroine is murdered right at the beginning of the book, she watches from the world she has arrived in and sees the impact that her death has had on her family. They have also made a good movie out of it with stellar performances from Mark Wahlberg, Susan Sarandon and Stanley Tucci, it is a sad story but with moments of great beauty and the look at the after life is intriguing.
Have a look at the trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQZq0d1vzOE
And hear about the near death experience that inspired a book called “Proof of Heaven”, written by Eben Alexander, a neurosurgeon whose life has been totally transformed as a result.