NDEs in the Void & The Clear Light of Awareness








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I shared important, critical new research with Adam on his Podcast, “The Crazz Files”.
Here is the link to the podcast (compression and space issues, stay tuned): NDEs in the Void & The Clear Light of Awareness

The topics were NDEs in the Void & The “Clear Light” of Awareness. If we choose not to go to the white light, then where should we go?

Here is the link to the podcast notes for the show: Podcast Notes

if you have any thoughts or experiences you would like to share with Wayne, please do. Wayne can be reached at waynejbush@gmail.com.

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One thought on “NDEs in the Void & The Clear Light of Awareness

  1. This is one of Wayne Bush’s best interviews, in my opinion. Thank you Crazz Files! Just a thought, I wonder if it is a coincidence that Brahma sounds like Barack Obama. Just as there is a ton of deception here on this planet, the deception exists after death as well. As above, so below. Here is a really good website that explains all the deception on this planet: http://mileswmathis.com/updates.html
    Here is information about the most popular fake events: http://mileswmathis.com/bestfake.html
    Miles Mathis is the best authority on life on earth and can help people understand how fake events and fear are used to manipulate us. Wayne Bush is the best authority on life after death. If anyone wants to understand how to escape the game of life, I would kindly suggest people listen and read everything Wayne has to say and writes. He is on to something that very few people seem to understand. Learning to avoid the fake white light trap is pretty fascinating. The definition of the clear white light, around 1:36 is very important!
    I try to spend as much time in nature as possible (natural sunlight is essential and very healing, whereas artificial light from technology is harmful), but I think Wayne’s suggestion for classical music and mathematics to help avoid negative emotions and addictions are great suggestions. Algebra was my favorite subject in school. And meditation is a must. I could not function without it and can spend hours in a transcendental state feeling very peaceful (with the help of a grounding mat), but we are all different. Just my two cents here!

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