March 16, 2015 10:30 PM
The cop reached for his gun and shouted, “Take your hands out of your pockets!” and I smiled—not because I was trying to ease his fears, but because I felt absolutely no fear myself. A simple movement of my hand up or down would determine if my body would be wracked with high velocity 9mm bullets or not.
“What are you doing here!” he shouted.
“Reading my email,” I replied, still smiling and holding up my phone. What a wonderful experience!
He seemed to relax and explained I couldn’t sleep here, that it was OK to fish all night long, but just no sleeping—no camping. I replied I was just catching up on computer stuff while enjoying this nice cool breeze blowing through my rig. It was the truth too, I had my camping spot already picked out and—unlike this spot—it was well away from the noisy highway.
He nodded, stared at me a moment, then drove off.
One of the things Michelle and I have been discussing lately is how important it is for your beliefs to be deep—that when you deeply believe something (ie: The Eternal quality and how you-as-consciousness detach from the body at physical death), then these deep beliefs act as a foundation for your spiritual identity. We have been discussing that when your beliefs are deep enough, they will automatically affect your thoughts, emotions, and reactions.
Ergo, the involuntary smile and feeling of peace as Death Himself (and a frightened police officer) threatened this body’s existence.
All the evidence suggests that the Soul is real. No evidence supports the theory that we blink out. All it takes is a little reading and discernment for the shift from Mortal to Soul to occur.
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