My story. I'm Tomoko.

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I use to be Shintoist. And even then I was skeptical of it. I know this is "What if" but none of us can comprehend what it would be like to be God. When I had a near death experience, that all changed forever. Most of us only heard about these. Never knew they were true or thought much about it.

There is most certainly a God but not the stereotype we make him out to be. Christians included. He's not an old white bearded man, but a bright light, like the sun. I was in the hospital with Lung Cancer. I remember seeing myself in my hospital bed and I was flat lined. As I stood there hopelessly watching nurses and a doctor resuscitate me, I began to involuntarily go down the hospital hallway when I encountered God. That's when I knew. I thought "Damn I should of listened. Grandma was right" I was terrified at first. But that all went away when God was in my presence. He is also not audible. Think of of it as telepathy used with telekinesis. Communication with him is all done through the mind.

His love is something you can't explain. Like the love from my parents, or my fiance and I have for one another, it's like that times a million. Earth is like an old 8-bit Nintendo system. While heaven is like a PS4 in comparison. It makes me want to cry when I think of it. God wanted to know me even though I did not ever believe he was real. Then I remember waking up and I told my story to the nursing staff and doctor. They believed me because I told them what I saw when they were trying to do CPR as the doctor ran down the hall to get a resuscitation device.

My heart stopped they told me. That's when they knew I wasn't lying. They were amazed to say the least. They then contacted a man by the name Dr. Kenneth Ring. One of the world renowned NDE researchers. he's a Professor Emeritus of psychology at the University of Connecticut, within the field of near death studies. That's all he does. He documented my case along with thousands of others throughout his 30 plus year career.

Take this as you will, but I know what I saw. There's not a day that goes by I don't think about it. It was amazing.
 
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I use to be Shintoist. And even then I was skeptical of it. I know this is "What if" but none of us can comprehend what it would be like to be God. When I had a near death experience, that all changed forever. Most of us only heard about these. Never knew they were true or thought much about it.

There is most certainly a God but not the stereotype we make him out to be. Christians included. He's not an old white bearded man, but a bright light, like the sun. I was in the hospital with Lung Cancer. I remember seeing myself in my hospital bed and I was flat lined. As I stood there hopelessly watching nurses and a doctor resuscitate me, I began to involuntarily go down the hospital hallway when I encountered God. That's when I knew. I thought "Damn I should of listened. Grandma was right" I was terrified at first. But that all went away when God was in my presence. He is also not audible. Think of of it as telepathy used with telekinesis. Communication with him is all done through the mind.

His love is something you can't explain. Like the love from my parents, or my fiance and I have for one another, it's like that times a million. Earth is like an old 8-bit Nintendo system. While heaven is like a PS4 in comparison. It makes me want to cry when I think of it. God wanted to know me even though I did not ever believe he was real. Then I remember waking up and I told my story to the nursing staff and doctor. They believed me because I told them what I saw when they were trying to do CPR as the doctor ran down the hall to get a resuscitation device.

My heart stopped they told me. That's when they knew I wasn't lying. They were amazed to say the least. They then contacted a man by the name Dr. Kenneth Ring. One of the world renowned NDE researchers. he's a Professor Emeritus of psychology at the University of Connecticut, within the field of near death studies. That's all he does. He documented my case along with thousands of others throughout his 30 plus year career.

Take this as you will, but I know what I saw. There's not a day that goes by I don't think about it. It was amazing.
Thanks for posting that, very interesting and I love your analogy using the games. Please could you tell me how long ago this was ?
 
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Earth is just so primitive compared to Heaven in every facet of the word. You can pretty much get whatever you want. That's just one of the many gifts given to us.
 
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It happened last year on July 4th, Tim. Same name as my fiancé.
Thanks, Okinawan. I thought Ken Ring had retired long ago, obviously not. You seem very young to have contracted lung cancer (if your avatar is a representation of your age) , I hope your treatment is successful and wish you all the best.
 
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Thanks, Okinawan. I thought Ken Ring had retired long ago, obviously not. You seem very young to have contracted lung cancer (if your avatar is a representation of your age) , I hope your treatment is successful and wish you all the best.
I am 27. We tend to look younger than our age shows. I got Lung Cancer from the fall out of Fukushima. My hair was falling out in clumps. Dr. Ring was retired yes. He makes special requests and was most interested to hear my story as he has not spoken with anyone Japanese/Okinawan before.
 
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I am 27. We tend to look younger than our age shows. I got Lung Cancer from the fall out of Fukushima. My hair was falling out in clumps. Dr. Ring was retired yes. He makes special requests and was most interested to hear my story as he has not spoken with anyone Japanese/Okinawan before.
Thank you very for telling us that. I am very interested in your story too. Please could you tell us any more details about your OBE (out of body experience) when you were watching the doctors resuscitate you ?

Also I find it very interesting that the doctors recognised your experience and didn't just ignore it. Interesting too that they thought of Ken Ring. I remember trying to get the local library where I live in the UK (in 1980/1) to request the Ring's book (life at death) and they did. There's several things that I'd like to ask you about but please don't feel obliged to answer if you'd rather not. I think you are very brave to come on here, especially after suffering with your illness. Thanks again.
 
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Also I find it very interesting that the doctors recognised your experience and didn't just ignore it.
Physicalist/Materialist bigotry isn't as prevalent outside the Western World.

It's funny that pseudoskeptics claim Psi would undo much of our understanding of the world. Most of the world would just shrug and move on.

Sheldrake has a story about when he was in India, talking about reincarnation and Psi, to which people replied (paraphrase), "Yes, yes, we know all of this already - why bother studying such Truths? Tell us how to get better crops."
 
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