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Thread: Is natural death the only way out? — On the topic of death

  1. #141 Top 5 Regrets People Are Most Likely To Have At The End of Their Lives — by Melody 
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    "When it comes to regrets, there are a few that people have at the end of their lives, when it’s far too late to do anything about it. By knowing what the most common regrets of others are, you can make changes now in the life that will keep you from having these same regrets when you reach the end of your life."

    Here are the top 5 regrets people have at the end of their lives:

    5. Choosing Happiness
    4. Maintaining Friendships
    3. Expressing Feelings
    2. Working Too Much
    1. Meeting The Expectations Of Others

    Top 5 Regrets People Are Most Likely To Have At The End of Their Lives — by Melody

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  2. #142 Where Do We Go When We “Die?” Signs That Consciousness Remains After Death... 
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    "What happens when we die? Who really knows? But to deem these questions completely unanswerable is absurd in light of all the evidence that’s emerged over the past view decades. Sure, contemplating what happens after death can be a little too ‘out there’ for some people, it can even contradict long-held belief systems that we’ve been holding on to for so long, with a tight grip, so much so that it can be hard to even entertain an alternate perspective that’s backed with some type of credible evidence. It’s called cognitive dissonance.

    There is nothing wrong with discovery, and throughout all stages of human history new discoveries have always been denounced and ridiculed before they eventually make their way into the mainstream. This is exactly what we are seeing with non-material science. The birth of quantum physics clearly showed a strong relationship between consciousness and what we perceive as our physical material world, this is why all of the founding fathers of quantum theory, like Max Planck, regarded “consciousness as fundamental,” and matter as “derivative from consciousness,” and it’s why Nikola Tesla believed that humanity would not make giant leaps forward until it studies “non-physical” phenomena – subjects such as, like telepathy, clairvoyance, psychokinesis, remote viewing, near death experiences (NDE’s) and more.

    Today, new discoveries like this can have huge implications, and can shake the foundations of the global collective worldview as well as change the global perception forever."

    Where Do We Go When We “Die?” Signs That Consciousness Remains After Death Are Increasing — by Arjun Walia

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  3. #143 Talk about your death while you're still healthy — a TEDTalk by Michelle Knox 
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  4. #144 Life After Death: Scientists Know Where Your Soul Goes Once You Die 
    Well actually people have pondered this question and there have been some theories based upon measurable observations. Still the pondering of other people about the persistence of consciousness is interesting...

    "In the same way death and taxes are inescapable, so are these two questions: Is there such thing as a human soul? And, if so, what happens to it when the physical body dies? Regardless of where you fall on the afterlife spectrum, everyone asks these questions at some point in their life.

    Duncan MacDougall’s Experiment: Trying to Prove the Soul

    Massachusetts physician Duncan MacDougall sought to answer that first question in the early 1900s in one of the most famous metaphysical experiments to date. Using a total of six bodies of people who died of tuberculosis, he sought to, in essence, weigh the soul. After completing to small yet measurable experiment, MacDougall concluded that the human soul weighed around ¾ of an ounce (or 21 grams)."


    Life After Death: Scientists Know Where Your Soul Goes Once You Die — by consciousreminder

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