Richard Lee Taylor
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What is life really about?

Started this discussion. Last reply by KindSmile Aug 22, 2013. 6 Replies

This is really going to bend your minds. We came to this Earth Realm to experience all of the opposites of Gods Realm, Which is made up of the most awesome experience of Love that can't be imagined.…Continue

 

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KindSmile replied to Richard Lee Taylor's discussion What is life really about?
"and as a side bar note here ... what is your life really about? well it appears to be about selling books. lol"
Aug 22, 2013
Saint Noodle replied to Richard Lee Taylor's discussion What is life really about?
"Life is what you make it. A NDE happens before the brain is dead, that is why you can remember it. After life we will return to the state we experienced before we were born which I cannot remember because I did not yet have a brain. Because we do…"
Aug 21, 2013
KindSmile replied to Richard Lee Taylor's discussion What is life really about?
"Sorry it didn't bend my mind. 'hehee' I am somewhat familiar with IAND's and have a couple of friends that have died and came back to life and shared the experience of love. One of them has introduced me to "A Course in…"
Aug 15, 2013
Dan replied to Richard Lee Taylor's discussion What is life really about?
"Here are some more thoughts    Reflections, Looking Beyond the Mirror (a letter to Professor Deborah Davidson from myself ) We live within a small circle of energy and are concerned with the entity we call ‘our body’.…"
Aug 11, 2013
Dan replied to Richard Lee Taylor's discussion What is life really about?
"Mortality Man's ego gets in the way of him excepting his mortality, and there for wants immortality. We are born by luck. If your parents had not have had sex at that precise time than a different egg and batch of sperm would be racing to reach…"
Aug 11, 2013
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Aug 5, 2013
MikeUtah replied to Richard Lee Taylor's discussion What is life really about?
"I haven't even had my own NDE but it sounds like I've come to many of the same beliefs in the end as you from reading many other NDEs, spiritual evolution works, and following my own intuition.  Thanks for sharing."
Aug 5, 2013
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What is life really about?

This is really going to bend your minds. We came to this Earth Realm to experience all of the opposites of Gods Realm, Which is made up of the most awesome experience of Love that can't be imagined. Read up on the near death experience and you will be amazed. So how are we to appreciate this magnaminous Love, or even know what it is? Welcome to Earth. This realm provides you with any and all opposites of Love. In the big picture, life is about the experiences we have. It is a way to grow our…See More
Aug 5, 2013
Richard Lee Taylor liked Richard Lee Taylor's discussion How a stroke brought me to Awareness of who We Are
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Have you published a book and want to share or promote it?  Join this group and post a discussion about your book with links to where it can be ordered online and such.  You must be the author to promote your book here. Books do not have to be related to Mormonism or ex-Mormons.  Please join the LAM Book Club group to share other books.See More
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Come make love with your eyes in our group reading orgy. Or, rather, read and discuss books from various topics, genres and authors.We read books. Come read them with us!See More
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"Thanks Richard!  I'll check it out and add it to my reading list."
Feb 10, 2013
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My Story:
I suffered a stroke at the turn of the century. I had a miraculous recovery from my near death experience. I was ordained a Deacon but discontinued the church because of my mother being a religious zealot. I have researched the universe, quantum physics, the near death experience, the nature of God, and a host of other things pertaining to life, and have written a book that is soon to be out. I would like to awaken others to the same awakening that I had. It's stupendous.
Interests and Hobbies:
Writing books, philosophy of why we are here and what is the purpose of life.
Favorite Books:
Conversations with God, The trilogy.
The road less traveled
The power of Now
Biocentrism
The Divine Matrix
A New Earth
Favorite Movies:
Pay it Forward
The Matrix (Because it is more true than we realize)
Favorite activity after mormonism?
Life
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http://www.savedbyastroke.com

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At 10:20am on February 10, 2013, MikeUtah said…

Thanks Richard!  I'll check it out and add it to my reading list.

 
 
 

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