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The Day I Died. Part 1.

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There was a series of six documentaries that covered research being done on near death experiences. These videos were withdrawn and only this one remains. There is a link to the research on near death experiences here. This link will branch out into about 100 other links on near death research.

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12 comments to The Day I Died. Part 1.

  • Gisl UNITED STATES Mac OS X Safari 531.9

    Hi Leroy,
    I so enjoy reading your postings and forthright wisdom. Thank you for this forum and God bless you and your work. Love is eternal. It is the essence that unites all, creates all, completes all and from source we came and will return. Universal law of love is gloriously perfect.

  • Sonia Pillay UNITED KINGDOM Windows XP Internet Explorer 6.0

    Reading the comments and NDE on this site have left me in awe of the people whom have experience of the Light.

    I am very into religious studies, and have a good understanding of the scripture. Reading NDE inforces exactly what I understand the WORD to be protraying. GOd is Love, Jesus is the Light, combine the two and you have exactly what is described by those whom have experience NDE. That is Pure love and no need to return to the body. (well that is if the experience was positive.)

    I also noticed that many of those that experience NDE, were no longer interested in the things of this world, e.g. materialism. Instead they had a strong need to experience God, and be closer with God through a spiritual attachment following that experience.

    In a way I am jealous of these people, as it is clear that they have something to look forward to. I have learn a lot of these sites, and believe those whom have experience NDE carry possibly the last message from God.

    The Kingdom of Heaven is Near.

    Bless you all.

  • Sandy CANADA Windows XP Internet Explorer 7.0

    Russell, not all NDErs find everything makes sense when they get back. I had a NDE resulting from a head-on collision 16 years ago. I’m still trying to make sense of what happened, and is still happening, to me because of that experience.

    On one hand, it was a wonderful experience. On the other hand, my husband didn’t accept that his ‘real’ wife came back from that other place and our marriage didn’t survive. I still struggle with all the changes in who I am and how I perceive the world. I feel both privileged and cursed because of this experience. And I still feel terribly homesick for the NDE place. I understand the importance of this life, but I still feel very lost here.

    • Russell UNITED KINGDOM Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.0.10

      Thank you Sandy, I’m sorry to hear of the side effects there.
      One (other) thing I can’t understand is this concept of growing spiritually between lives. To me, the slate is effectively wiped clean with each birth and each life experience is not influenced in any way from prior lives, but mostly the upbringing and life circumstances we are born into.
      I know it’ll all make sense when we die but without a knowledge of an afterlife then we’d have no hope and with no hope there’d be no point to life, but with a knowledge of an afterlife it becomes frustrating to those who wish to know more about it. I’m always kind to others (seriously) and on hand to help always and I do it not for the selfish outcome (i.e. because it’ll make me look good in front of God), but because, like you say, it makes you feel good.

  • Russell UNITED KINGDOM Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.0.10

    Do you think we can spiritual grow by watching the suffering of others? Can a mother spiritual grow watching her son die? Can someone unfortunate enough to be cursed with a low IQ or unbalanced brain chemicals understand the concepts of forgiveness?

  • Russell UNITED KINGDOM Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.0.10

    That’s true, but it seems that people who have had a NDE have had a free “fast” pass to this enlightenment. I’m all for what you’re saying, don’t get me wrong, but wouldn’t this World be a much better place if more people had this experience?

    • I wouldn’t call it a free pass. There is usually a very traumatic event that precipitates the near death experience. But, true it would be nice if all could have the experience. Our world would improve dramatically. I remember early on all the skeptics that claimed science could duplicate the experience with drugs. It just didn’t happen, and now the skeptics are out of arguments, and totally without any physical evidence. This world is serving its purpose as a school for spiritual growth.

  • Russell UNITED KINGDOM Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.0.10

    How can you expect others to make total sense of their lives?

    • Each person must find their own path. It lies in helping others, being kind, and growing emotionally. Try reading the teachings of the Spiritual Masters. Jesus, Buddha, Krishna, and hundreds of near death experiences,

  • Russell UNITED KINGDOM Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.0.9

    Thanks for posting this. I am not an envious person by nature but I do feel jealous of people who have experienced this. To have your life being made total sense of must be such a blessing.

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