This reminds me about Siddharta Gautama experiences when he reached buddhahood, experiences that looks like traveling between different dimensions.
“Nirvana is the eternal state of being where Karma and Samsara no longer exist. It represents the end of desire, suffering and individual consciousness. Until Nirvana is reached through enlightenment, the cycle of Samsara is repeated over and over. ” (Source: https://buddhists.org ) Nirvana is maybe reached when you after many years of meditation practice, reach the full enlightment “arahant” status in the four stages of Liberation
Arahant (as written in Pali, and Arhat as written in Sanscrit are buddhists who have reached Nirvana and therefore wont live a rebirth. These buddhists have reached far along the path of Enlightenment, but may not have reached full Buddhahood, the goal of Mahayana buddhists Read more in http://www.kinberg.net/buddhism/#Karma )
is it that you, following the eightfold ennobling path and getting rid of suffering and noice from your unconsciousness, you reach arahant or buddhahood, you will be able to “change frequency” and get in touch with other dimensions like Siddhartha Gautama did? And maybe also be able to become a medium able to get in touch with souls on the other side (e.g. Frederic Myers and others) of the “chinvat peretum bridge“?
The chinvat peretum bridge, an image of a dimension wharphole?
The most famous suicide was that of Judas. About his betrayal “instead of repenting and seeking forgiveness after betraying Christ, he allowed the great burden of sin to lead him to this terrible end. (Matt. 27:3-4)
Burt we all read that God is most forgiving. God would have fiorgotten Judas too.
According to Islam, God can not allow you to enter Heaven if you committed suicide.
For me life is a gift, even if painful. What do you do with the gift you got from a friend? Tear it apart and trow it out of the window? So should we not do with our body. But I can understand those who choose to end their life with euthanasia in Swizerland. Some life conditions and pains are indeed horrible and difficult to live. And God is for sure merciful in such terminal cases.
I must in any case emphasize that for me
Life is sacred.
We will all die but we must let nature have its track. And in our afterlife we should be able to say “I did my best and did well”
Life is a gift and has a meaning
Michio Kaku: “You have to define your own meaning. Getting it from above is to easy.”
Michio Kaku “For me it is that we leave earth in a better state.”
the purpose in life is to “be among those who renew the world. To make the world progress towards perfection iIts basic maxims include: Humata, Hukhta, Huvarshta, which mean: Good Thoughts, Good Words, Good Deeds.” ( wiki )
Scan from my Zarathustras holy songs book song 47, vers 1-3
Among others it says: “And argue not with the people of the Scripture (Jews and Christians), unless it be in (a way) that is better (with goodwords and in good manner, ( Quran 29:46 )
“The soul remains in the vicinity of the body for three days and nights after the person has passed away.
At the dawn of the fourth day, the soul is guided to the bridge of judgment and separation, chinvat peretum (later called chinvat pol) by the person’s discerning beliefs (daena) – beliefs that have formed the underpinnings of the person’s thoughts, words and deeds. If the beliefs were those that led to good thoughts, words and deeds, daena becomes a beautiful guide. If the beliefs had led to evil thoughts, words and deeds, daena becomes as ugly as the person’s beliefs – an ugly harbinger of the fate the soul will soon face (cf. Yasht 22).”
“While on this earth, the soul had the freedom and opportunity to chose the nature of its spirit and a person’s every thought, word and deed. In other words, it had control over its destiny in the after-life through its body’s ability to think, speak and act. When separated from the body after death, the soul no longer has the opportunity to influence its destiny. That fate will be decided when it reaches the bridge of the requiter – the chinvat bridge. To use an old metaphor, when in the world of the living, the soul makes its bed upon which it will sleep in the afterlife. ”
the chinvat bridge(ed. to afterlive) is constructed over a lifetime of attaining wisdom and goodness.
“The language of physics is mathematics. In order to study physics seriously, one needs to learn mathematics that took generations of brilliant people centuries to work out.” (Source: www.superstringtheory.com )
To unerstand the math of superstringtheory you have to understand the math of