MysterySeeker wrote: To post an ADC, or not to post an ADC, that is the question.
I can see there are no responses, and that’s why whether or not to post is the question.
Hi, MisterySeeker! I see your point. This is the first time I realise that Scott was physically in your life before he became an almost daily presence as a disincarnate being. In your earlier posts, I was somewhat more concerned about finding out why, according to your religious beliefs, there was something along the line that was not right, though I could not understand what this could be.
Right now, I am working on the translation of a book about twin flames, and it is filled with stories of all sorts of couples: some who have met and married after many unsuccessful attempts to find what people often refer to as their "better half", some who have found their special twin straight away and enjoy each single moment of their lives together, knowing that nothing should be taken for granted, and some who have weird experiences of "knowing" their better half is somewhere "out there", out of space and time, and yet sooner or later find them. I don't fully share the philosophy outlined by the author, so I will leave it here, but I do believe that strong bonds between people exist and can make the difference, especially if one is on the physical plane and the other one is not. I also feel that we might have a strong family, on the spirit plane, and that each member has missions to accomplish, while other missions are shared.
ADCs are not only the evidence that we are spirit, in my humble opinion, but also the means for these special connections to manifest and for shared missions to be carried on "together".
As I might have already said, I do not believe there truly is "another side", but feel that we are all in this together
, that there is only one side
, even though, based on what I have found from researching the topic and from my own experience, we might have agreed at some point to "pretend" that death is the end of it all, though we secretly know that there are many mansions, not only on the other side, but on this side too.
In my opinion, this is the beauty of creation and, even though I simply cannot understand the pain of physical separation, like you, I trust one day I will find out and also realise that it was worthwhile to go through all this, for one reason or another.
About God possibly disapproving the fact that we become aware of the non-existence of separation and death and publically offer evidence of this to others, I recall the NDE of a friend, who was in terrible car accident when she was 19 and died for brief time, while the paramedics were trying to resuscitate her and then the police called her mom in the office and told her that her daughter was dead. In the meantime, after making unsuccessful attempts to tell her friends in the car and the paramedics that she was fine, while floating above the accident scene, she was taken to a beautiful place, filled with love, and she was shown a jug of orangeade with lots of glasses: she was told that God was like the jug of orangeade and we were like glasses of orangeade, all coming from the same jug. She would have never wanted to come back from that place of inconceivable love she was experiencing, but then a small window opened in midair, and she saw her mother in the office receiving the phone call from the police. Her mum's desperation was such she had no choice but return to her body, as it was still able to be revived despite the wounds.
Why did I come up with this story? I am not sure, but it seems from these first-hand accounts that there is plenty of evidence that we all come from the same Source and that it makes no difference whether we are wearing a physical vehicle or not, as long as we acknowledge that there must be a purpose for being here, and that all these amazing ADCs may be a natural part of our life and a reminder that we are all in this together. So I feel it is important we share them, if and where we feel comfortable about it, because many people who have lost a loved one to death are too desperate to talk or think about it (let alone respond to these posts), but may nonetheless read the accounts and realise that there may still be a purpose in carrying on, as maybe their loved one is not lost but always with them, as your daily experiences seem to suggest.