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After years of study, I have found the reason why people feel pain from their severe limbs.

You have to bear with me because I have had a stroke and my brain doesn't work as well as it used, but it is improving slowly, how many people here have lost their limbs, and still feel pain where of the limb was?

This is an explanation of why pain is experienced in the area of the missing limb, after years of study of in the book .In The Light of Truth by Abd-Ru-Shin.

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But after the earthy departure of soul the Astral body always remains near the physical body.

The further the soul then moved away the weaker than astral body also becomes, and the ever increasing severance of the soul finaly brings about the decay and decomposition of the astral body, in the same way as it was influenced in its formation.

This is the normal process in accordance with the laws of creation. Naturally special acts of intervention also bring about special conditions and its arrangements, but with out being able to eliminate the lawfulness.

The astral body, which first and foremost depends upon the soul, is the mediator to the physical body. What ever happens to is definitely suffered by the physical body. The sufferings of the physical body, however, much less, although they are closely connected with each other.

If, for example, some part of the physical body is taken away let us suppose it is a finger, then the finger or the actual body is not taken away all so simultaneously, but it remains as before. That is why a person on earth can actually feel pain or pressure periodically at that spot where he no longer possesses a member of his physical body.

Cases of this kind are well and not know, man never found the proper explanation of it because he lacked the survey.

Thus the elemental beings knot and connect all the souls to their astral bodies, which we shall call the bodies of medium gross matter, while the earthly bodies, even when coming into existence, we are directly connected with the body of medium gross matter and form and develop accordingly.

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Peace and light

Peter

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Energylz
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I think this is a common perception of the astral body connected with the physical body in terms of those who model it in a spiritual way. I know you are somewhat of a follower of that particular book, though I suspect you would find similar explanations from other spiritual practitioners and authors.

It's a little wrong to suggest that "man never found the proper explanation" when science certainly does have explanations and theories for experiencing sensations from phantom limbs. Perhaps that book is a little out of date?

e.g.

Stump and "phantom limb" pain
Many people who have an amputation experience some degree of stump pain or "phantom limb" pain.

Phantom limb sensations are sensations that seem to be coming from the amputated limb. Occasionally, these can be painful (phantom limb pain).

The term "phantom" doesn't mean the painful symptoms are imaginary. Phantom limb pain is a real phenomenon, which has been confirmed using brain imaging scans to study how nerve signals are transmitted to the brain.

The symptoms of phantom limb pain can range from mild to severe. Some people have described brief "flashes" of mild pain, similar to an electric shock, that last for a few seconds. Others have described constant severe pain.

Stump pain can have many different causes, including rubbing or sores where the stump touches a prosthetic limb, nerve damage during surgery and the development of neuromas.

And there's a whole load of research into various aspects of phantom pain and it's treatments...

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I think this is a common perception of the astral body connected with the physical body in terms of those who model it in a spiritual way. I know you are somewhat of a follower of that particular book, though I suspect you would find similar explanations from other spiritual practitioners and authors.

It's a little wrong to suggest that "man never found the proper explanation" when science certainly does have explanations and theories for experiencing sensations from phantom limbs. Perhaps that book is a little out of date?

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Stump and "phantom limb" pain
Many people who have an amputation experience some degree of stump pain or "phantom limb" pain.

Phantom limb sensations are sensations that seem to be coming from the amputated limb. Occasionally, these can be painful (phantom limb pain).

The term "phantom" doesn't mean the painful symptoms are imaginary. Phantom limb pain is a real phenomenon, which has been confirmed using brain imaging scans to study how nerve signals are transmitted to the brain.

The symptoms of phantom limb pain can range from mild to severe. Some people have described brief "flashes" of mild pain, similar to an electric shock, that last for a few seconds. Others have described constant severe pain.

Stump pain can have many different causes, including rubbing or sores where the stump touches a prosthetic limb, nerve damage during surgery and the development of neuromas.

And there's a whole load of research into various aspects of phantom pain and it's treatments...

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the author of the book that I read and make reference to died on 6 December 1941.

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Hmmm.... so indeed, probably a little out of date. πŸ˜€

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[QUOTE="PJ7, post: 738938, member: 430209

the author of the book that I read and make reference to died on 6 December 1941.

Sorry - I'm not really following how this is an answer to Giles' post.

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crowan, I suggested the book may be a little out of date, that's how it's relevant πŸ˜‰

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Giles - okay, got that. Thanks. I think what confused me was that PJ7 didn't seem to be answering your points.

But then, people often don't, do they?

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Hmmm.... so indeed, probably a little out of date. πŸ˜€

I assume the book that I referred to in the light of truth, is probably about 100 years old , I didn't know about all the research, I just thought that if they take limbs.

Who has a leg missing

Hmmm.... so indeed, probably a little out of date. πŸ˜€

Book that I referred to, I assumed because of the age, and where it comes from it was new information, I did not know that there was an explanation on phantom pains.

I don't follow science, I believe that science is only explaining God's laws, in Creation.

I apologise for my late reply, I had to think about it and what to say I was shocked that there is a explanation, mankind has progressed further than I had envisaged.

Mind you I am not the cleverest of persons, I say what I see, and I speak what I think, I am not always right I accept that.

Peace and light

Peter

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That's ok Peter.
I'm one of those people that likes to cross reference and check things, so when it said that man had no explanation, not only did it not ring true, but I've come across scientific explanations for it before anyway.

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