In one of the posts in the forum, Sainbury advised a new forum member about a "hospital type virtual reality for healing"
has anyone in this forum visited this place? I saw in one of Tom;s talks a few participants have seen/visited this place.
Would anyone want to share what they saw?
Im also confused by how a consciousness can be "hurt" enough for it to need healing in NPMR. In NDEs I've heard, the instant they left their body, they just felt love, peace, etc. Or maybe this is the general experience? & there are a few that need more than this?
You might like Natalie Sudman's book, "The Application of Impossible Things". You can get a sense of her pretty well from the three hour's worth of interview Bob Olsen did with her on his Afterlife TV Channel.
http://www.afterlifetv.com/2012/08/09/n ... xperience/
In the book she talks a bit about a healing environment, and she also talks of it in the interview but I am not sure which of the three ... they are somewhat sequential, so possibly the second. It is an unusual tale, BTW, and probably many of the boardies will find it worth the watch.
Incarnating as human can be pretty whip-ding. A consciousness can easily feel exhausted and just want to rest. Sometimes it can get pretty bruised from trauma, and even though it is understood, once one has left the human form, that it was all more or less, just a dream from which one learns and learns about one's self, one finds one' self preferring certain kinds of human gigs, and occasionally being wary of others.
Another interview by Bob may also shed some light, this one with Rob Schwartz. Rob brings several interesting elements up for consideration. I read both of Rob's books, and not only did I find them helpful, but he writes with an unusual and precise clarity. If I taught English comp, I would use this book as an example. He talks about the difficult topic of pre-birth planning and why people choose to have the experiences they do, and through the entire two books, I don't think he uses metaphor or simile even once
. He just reports what he finds. You will also see, if you care to, that he talks in the same manner....very carefully choosing his words.