Mental illness and death

Unusual Experiences, Philosophy,Hinduism, Buddhism, Reincarnation
Post Reply
User avatar
namaste4130
Posts: 3
Joined: Thu May 17, 2018 6:59 pm

Mental illness and death

Post by namaste4130 » Sun May 20, 2018 6:35 pm

Hello all. I have been doing some research on whether mental illness carries over into near death experiences, the intermission between lives, or to subsequent reincarnation and haven't found much. If anyone has any insights or
experiences into this please post an answer or private message me. Thank you.



User avatar
ZenTzu
test
Posts: 77
Joined: Sun Dec 25, 2016 3:57 pm
Location: The East Coast

Re: Mental illness and death

Post by ZenTzu » Mon May 21, 2018 8:09 pm

Welcome Namaste :)
What is a Shih Tzu? "A dash of Lion, several teaspoons of Rabbit, a couple ounces of old Chinese men, a bit of Beggar,
a tablespoon of Monkey, one part Baby Seal, and a dash of Teddy Bear."
~ James E. Mumford


Image

User avatar
Giulia
Site Admin
Site Admin
Posts: 509
Joined: Sun Dec 27, 2015 7:52 am
Location: Italy

Re: Mental illness and death

Post by Giulia » Tue May 22, 2018 1:36 am

Hello, Namaste. Welcome. :)

The first thing I thought when I read your post was that mental illness is something that really belongs to the physical world and that (at least in our culture) many psychic people are thought to have a mental illness simply because they are not exactly like most people...

I also thought about NDErs, such as Anita Moorjani, who have explained that, when contemplating reincarnation during their NDE, they understood that, if more than one life is lived, these lives are all taking place simultaneously.

So, based on that, I personally feel safe about the fact that when we die we simply reawaken from our physical dream and realise that everything makes sense.

I hope this helps.
Hello from Italy - How I found out about NDERF - A Strange Experience

User avatar
Martina
test
Posts: 96
Joined: Wed Jun 15, 2016 2:22 pm

Re: Mental illness and death

Post by Martina » Fri May 25, 2018 3:04 am

namaste4130 wrote:
Sun May 20, 2018 6:35 pm
Hello all. I have been doing some research on whether mental illness carries over into near death experiences, the intermission between lives, or to subsequent reincarnation and haven't found much. If anyone has any insights or
experiences into this please post an answer or private message me. Thank you.
Hello namaste4130! From what I have read at the time of death, and even in a NDE, mental illness is left behind the same as physical illness, disabilities, emotional attachments, negative emotions, etc.

User avatar
blue102
test
Posts: 96
Joined: Mon Aug 15, 2016 3:11 pm

Re: Mental illness and death

Post by blue102 » Sat May 26, 2018 2:14 pm

I think I read in one NDE that a person who had bipolar no longer suffered during their death state.

User avatar
MishaelBooks
Posts: 2
Joined: Tue May 29, 2018 5:02 pm

Re: Mental illness and death

Post by MishaelBooks » Thu Jun 14, 2018 8:51 pm

Having suffered with multiple complex diagnosed mental illnesses (and an NDE plus post-NDE psychic experiences, which are often diagnosed as dissociative disorders, schizo-affective disorders, etc.), I have a lot to say about mental illnesses and death. Unfortunately, I know way too much to scratch it all out here. In fact, I am going to write several volumes of a series I am going to call Troubled Souls, etc. (The first book was just released in April).

Here, because some people are concerned about mental illness (and death), I am going to tell you that there truly is no such thing as a "mental illness." All mental illnesses (as well as physical illnesses) are conscious-energy opportunities (yes, opportunities!) for us ever-living conscious-energies to learn how to manage energy. What I mean by "energy" is this--everything is energy (some form of energy).

I realize this might be very confusing to a lot of people. Nevertheless, I was diagnosed by psychiatrists and psychologists and licensed mental health counselors with complex severe "mental illnesses." I was prescribed anti-psychotic medications, which I took and which helped me considerably. Some of that medicine, unfortunately, made matters worse. A very good friend of mine suffers with ADHD, schizo-affective disorder, paranoid schizophrenia, etc. He wants to get himself off anti-psychotic medication, but I recommended that he stay with his meds and listen to his psychiatrist because I know exactly how HARD it is to stabilize one's mind in the midst of psychic experiences, premonitions that come true, NDE aftereffects, and chemical imbalances in the brain, etc.

You have to have unshakable faith to survive "mental illness," which I said is truly an energy "illness." BTW, when I had my NDE, all of my "mental illness issues" simply disappeared. Things, however, are NOT simple in the afterlife, which I call the "energic conscious continuum," because I am an academic and I study a whole lot of physics, a lot of which helped me overcome severe "mental illness."

Once I knew (for an experiential NDE fact) that God exists, I knew I could draw upon God's energy (C-ACE wave functions) to stabilize my conscious-energy. Religious people call this energy "The Holy Spirit." Whatever. Anyway, It took me decades to self-stabilize (with God's help and a psychotherapist who had quite a bit of experience with so-called "psychic events"). His partner was a psychic medium.

I must CAUTION people who suffer with severe "mental illness." You cannot (from my experiences) "go it alone!" Psychiatrists are absolutely necessary---GOOD psychiatrists---in many instances. However, LMHCs proved to be MUCH MORE helpful to me...after the meds stabilized me.

I would NOT advise anyone on anti-psychotic meds to stop taking his or her medication(s)! Still, I know for an experiential fact that one can ween himself from these powerful meds and function quite well...but it's an ORDEAL! Just like the alcoholic who needs a "program," people who suffer with severe mental illness need a program that includes a whole lot of stuff I can't even begin to discuss here.

Take comfort in the fact that "mental illness" does NOT follow you into the afterlife. Been there. Bad attitude and connecting with N-DACE wave functions (evil) is yet another issue. I've already written over 700 pages on my experiences with N-DACE wave functions and my NDE. Religious people call these wave functions "evil." The worst of these wave functions religious people call "Satan." Of course, various cultures have different names for "Satan." We can't delve into such complex discussions, here. I'll cover this material in hundreds (probably thousands) of pages in my book series---because my experiences have been extraordinary and because I'll need a lot of space to make what I've discovered accessible (tractable, understandable) to general audiences!

As you might have expected, God guided me through the worst "mental illnesses" known to humanity. Fact. I can prove it. The proof will require you to understand the very basics of QED, quantum uncertainty, wave-particular duality, and number theory. I kid you not. I will explain (in layman's terms) these complex concepts in modern physics.

If you expected simple answers to a very, very complex question, I apologize. I don't have simple answers. I have answers that cured me of "mental illness." So, if you know someone who has "mental illness," seek a very good collection of specialists---psychiatrists, psychologists, LMHCs, etc.

And, if his or her mind is stable and he or she wants to learn how to manage conscious-energy, advise him or her to take up meditation. Yes, meditation. And, chakra cleansing. Look, I studied Zen Buddhist meditation for two years (with a monk) and Christian meditation with a Catholic priest. I hope I have been somewhat helpful, here...At any rate, may God be with you and may you be open-minded!

User avatar
Giulia
Site Admin
Site Admin
Posts: 509
Joined: Sun Dec 27, 2015 7:52 am
Location: Italy

Re: Mental illness and death

Post by Giulia » Fri Jun 15, 2018 11:59 pm

Hi, Michael, and welcome. An interesting perspective. I'd love to read the account of your NDE. Is that possible?
Hello from Italy - How I found out about NDERF - A Strange Experience

User avatar
MishaelBooks
Posts: 2
Joined: Tue May 29, 2018 5:02 pm

Re: Mental illness and death

Post by MishaelBooks » Sat Jun 16, 2018 2:33 pm

Hello Giulia, The account of my NDE was submitted to NDERF last month under the pseudonym "M.S. Abednego". When NDERF posts it under "Current NDEs" you'll be able to read it there.

I've written a 700+ page college textbook about "mental illness" and physical existence---as "mental illness" is, indeed, energy-related and, as energy, what is called "mental illness" affects all humans...in the sense of our symbolic social interactions, meaning "the energic commingling of conscious-energies (mostly unacknowledged by us as we live our lives symbolically and socially).

Schizophrenia and dissociation, of course, are profound psychosocial and physical manifestations of complex consciousness commingling (pluralities). But so too are large group "mis-behaving," such as mob behavior and much worse--Nazi atrocities. These are manifestations of complex conscious commingling (pluralities, as in wave-particle dualities taken a step further).

At any rate, the book is titled Troubled Souls, Volume 1: The Matrix of Human Consciousness (2018). It is mostly written in laymen's terms, but I must admit it can be extremely difficult to understand (if you're not conversant in the very basics of theoretical quantum physics).

User avatar
ZenTzu
test
Posts: 77
Joined: Sun Dec 25, 2016 3:57 pm
Location: The East Coast

Re: Mental illness and death

Post by ZenTzu » Thu Jun 21, 2018 9:52 pm

A warm welcome to you Mishael :)
What is a Shih Tzu? "A dash of Lion, several teaspoons of Rabbit, a couple ounces of old Chinese men, a bit of Beggar,
a tablespoon of Monkey, one part Baby Seal, and a dash of Teddy Bear."
~ James E. Mumford


Image

User avatar
Garry
Site Admin
Site Admin
Posts: 1185
Joined: Mon Jan 06, 2014 3:52 pm
Contact:

Re: Mental illness and death

Post by Garry » Mon Jun 25, 2018 5:30 am

Giulia wrote:
Fri Jun 15, 2018 11:59 pm
Hi, Michael, and welcome. An interesting perspective. I'd love to read the account of your NDE. Is that possible?
I also look forward to reading your NDE.

To throw my 2 cents worth in on Mental Illness. As a young person, I was treated very poorly because of the way I am in relationship to whats considered the norm of the world.

When my son was ( officially diagnosed as ) ADD and the doctor asked:


Does he do this ______

and

Does he do that ________

That's when I recognized that I also do those things

and those things were completely normal to do for me.....

I also recognized that I also have the same symptoms of ADD .....

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

BUT I Rejected the world view that I ( HAVE ) ADD

Instead of Accepting the view of the world.....

I determined my own diagnosis

I DO NOT HAVE A Disability called ADD
I DO NOT HAVE A DISEASE called ADD

ADD stands for Attention Deficit Disorder

Instead

I AM ADD

I am

Adatible
Directed
Determined


That's my story and I am sticking to it !!!!!!

Garry


Why Am I Here


One Look Dictionary

Post Reply