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My religious experience

 
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01/11/2013 08:10 AM
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My religious experience
So I "had" this friend whom I was very close to. Over the course of our relationship, our friendship dissolved which left me very angry. I felt betrayed and used. We quit talking and I have been struggling for a couple months. Everyday, my head was consumed with thoughts of her and how angry I was over the whole thing. I believe she is a good person, but the situation and her actions have torn us apart, to the point that I can no longer be friends with her.

Normally I can just say "fff that" and walk away. However, in this case, I find myself consumed with anger on a daily basis which makes my daily life very difficult to maintain.

Here's the interesting part. I laid down in bed one afternoon and prayed to god to help me not be angry anymore. Now I consider myself religious, but not christian, and not affiliated with any particular religion. I believe in a god of some type, life after death, an existence beyond the human. So I prayed and begged for help. Please help me stop being angry.

I've had many experiences with religious matters, much of which you might call highly supernatural. After this prayer, I went to sleep and dreamt about this person. The dream was such that we were arguing and I was expressing my anger. In the dream she took further actions against my character which made me even more angry. I've noticed that I have had a few of these dreams. It wasn't until a couple days later, that I noticed I was no longer the least bit angry. Sure, if I still focus on it, I know that her actions do make me angry, but I no longer feel or hold that anger. It is apparent to me that I instantly lost the anger and that my prayers were answered.

It also occurred to me that my dreams were used in a manner to help me release that anger. Dreams are a powerful tool which allow us to explore emotions and change ourselves without always having to directly "live" those situations.

To me, this is just one more significant supernatural, religious experience, confirming my beliefs even further. And I thank that which provided me the help I needed and truly did answer my prayers.
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01/11/2013 08:42 AM
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Re: My religious experience
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01/11/2013 01:33 PM
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Re: My religious experience
Your nature is so repugnant to me,
Broken Mind Structures of Infirmity.
All your faith and beliefs are invalid,
All knowledge of man is perverse,
There is no savior or otherwise,
No heaven for you , no hell yet,
All prophecy and futurisms are false,
DO not dwell upon a hereafter,
All you have is ME.

My Right hand holdeth the Hydra of Faith,
The Seven Headed Snake,
Its body doth gurgle and pop,
Its innards to spew forth as pussy excrement,
So to do i drinketh their fetid poison,
With such spittle do i burn serpent eyes,
Anticipation shall inflame me,
Its heads in one bite!

My Left hand holdeth ten nations,
Every moment of my gaze doth burn them,
Every breath that i blow does infernally blast them,
Each beat of my heart freezes them in terror,
my spoken word shatters their lands,
my presence manifests,
So they eat their own innards,
And so is my hatred their hatred,

You have no God!!

'qui tenebris adfert'
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01/11/2013 01:39 PM
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Re: My religious experience
So I "had" this friend whom I was very close to. Over the course of our relationship, our friendship dissolved which left me very angry. I felt betrayed and used. We quit talking and I have been struggling for a couple months. Everyday, my head was consumed with thoughts of her and how angry I was over the whole thing. I believe she is a good person, but the situation and her actions have torn us apart, to the point that I can no longer be friends with her.

Normally I can just say "fff that" and walk away. However, in this case, I find myself consumed with anger on a daily basis which makes my daily life very difficult to maintain.

Here's the interesting part. I laid down in bed one afternoon and prayed to god to help me not be angry anymore. Now I consider myself religious, but not christian, and not affiliated with any particular religion. I believe in a god of some type, life after death, an existence beyond the human. So I prayed and begged for help. Please help me stop being angry.

I've had many experiences with religious matters, much of which you might call highly supernatural. After this prayer, I went to sleep and dreamt about this person. The dream was such that we were arguing and I was expressing my anger. In the dream she took further actions against my character which made me even more angry. I've noticed that I have had a few of these dreams. It wasn't until a couple days later, that I noticed I was no longer the least bit angry. Sure, if I still focus on it, I know that her actions do make me angry, but I no longer feel or hold that anger. It is apparent to me that I instantly lost the anger and that my prayers were answered.

It also occurred to me that my dreams were used in a manner to help me release that anger. Dreams are a powerful tool which allow us to explore emotions and change ourselves without always having to directly "live" those situations.

To me, this is just one more significant supernatural, religious experience, confirming my beliefs even further. And I thank that which provided me the help I needed and truly did answer my prayers.
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Nice story, but I would say it was more spiritual than religous in my opinion.

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