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PostSubject: Moment of Death   Sat Mar 20, 2010 12:04 pm

ok this may sound stupid cause i guess there is no real answer, but i just want to hear what you think, if you have any thoughts on it, LOL

What do you believe happens at the moment of death?

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PostSubject: Re: Moment of Death   Sat Mar 20, 2010 2:51 pm

I think everything goes black

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PostSubject: Re: Moment of Death   Wed Jun 09, 2010 11:22 pm

Not a stupid question at all suzie

Just my thoughts .... I think it depends on how one dies, eg. is it instant/sudden or traumatic or peaceful or gradual like drifting in & out of consciousness ...

maybe if its sudden/instant everything goes black (as sadie said) & you (or the soul) will have a sensation of been jolted out of your body or maybe a spinning sensation

if its more peaceful then maybe again everything goes black or cloudy/misty but the soul smoothly drifts/floats out of the body/shell & picks up pace as it reaches its next destination

Just my imagination going wild ...
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PostSubject: Re: Moment of Death   Thu Jun 10, 2010 10:24 am

I often wonder if someone comes to escort you to wherever your spirit is going. I wonder this because when my mum was dying she kept looking up at the corner of the room and smiling as if she saw someone familiar there.

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PostSubject: Re: Moment of Death   Thu Jun 10, 2010 9:39 pm

Sadie I think that's definitely a possibility. When my grandad was dying (although we didn't actually realise how close to dying he was at the time - we just knew he wasn't well but thought he could recover), he was doing something similar. He kept insisting that he could see people (relatives) standing at the end of his bed & they were coming to visit him but he spoke of them as if they were alive (these people were in fact already in spirit). He looked happy when he was talking about them.

When my cousin was dying, he kept saying that he was seeing his nonna & nonno. This happened mainly when he woke up from a nap - he'd ask where they were - if they'd come yet or when they'd be back. About a week later he took a turn for the worst & was in & out of consciousness for days. I wasn't there when he passed but we were told that he kept saying he couldn't see anything when he was waking - that everything was black & he was distressed by this. I don't know if this was due to the cancer that had taken over his body or something else but would like to think that there was someone/s there with him when he passed to escort him & provide him with a sense of comfort & safety... ease the transition.
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PostSubject: Re: Moment of Death   Fri Jun 11, 2010 1:57 am

I was anxious to know what or who my mum was seeing to I kept asking her what she was staring at. She always answered the same way, "staring? Was I?" that was it!
But when she answered me her mind didn't seem to be fully aware of what I was asking, she seemed to be almost some place else

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PostSubject: Re: Moment of Death   Mon Jun 14, 2010 1:51 pm

my Pop didn't do anything but stop breathing, my great aunt though fought and fought against dying. She would shake her head say "no" and making pushing away motions with both arms towards the ceiling. She was very afraid in life of dying. My aunt and I sat with her telling her it was okay and asking her to look for her parents. I think her spirit actually left before her body had died as she went very calm and still and her body took about 3 lingering breaths before it stopped altogether

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