As we die, I believe many of us replay our lives in our mind. As we regress we come to the very first memory: leaving the birth canal and entering the light. Imagine how bright this light must seem coming from the darkness of the womb... How astonishing must be the first light; how memorable.
c_w wrote: re; Rachel's thread, and the red flag; I've noticed that most members don't have a background in health and psychology, so people truly in distress don't get taken seriously, or don't get the help they need. I try to do what I can in that regard. It makes participation here rewarding, as opposed to merely a pastime. I hope for the sake of people like Rachel that you stay awhile here. [end quote]
I was surprised by some of the responses. I don't have any training in the field either and that is why I advise seeking medical attention. Some of the posters remind me of the fluffy, new age folks I've met. You can't use magic and white light to solve serious problems.
thanks so much for being such a compassionate warrior during the earlier discussion. when no when else could summon the courage or patience you really stuck with me. I just want you to know, to put it bluntly, that you played a major role in turning me from near suicidal to euphoric.