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« on: March 26, 2007, 11:20:49 PM »

Posted: Sat Sep 03, 2005 5:18 pm    Post subject: Elements of the near death experience   

OK, I will try again to explain. NDEs are made up of several elements. These elements include:

Floating out of their body and observing their own dead body, as well as others in the room.
While out of body they travel to other areas of the hospital or even miles away to observe their loved ones grieving, at this point they try to console them. when they return to life they can describe all the things they saw accurately including what was happening in the places they visited outside of the room that contained their body.
Seeing the light
Feeling the love of God
Receiving an expanded knowledge of life
Understanding the Unity of all things and their part in it.
Having a dialogue with spiritual beings about whether they will continue to live or not.
Life Review of how they have helped or harmed others
Meeting deceased relatives and pets, in some cases not knowing they were deceased.
Being shown future events.
Being shown other knowledge or sites or buildings.
Having their personal questions answered by "light beings".
and other less frequent elements, like being told by a deceased relative where a lost object can be found.

When they return to life they retain an expanded perspective of all things, and have no fear of death or life anymore.

These are the common elements of a near death experience. But skeptical scientists will discuss only a few of them. Usually the light, and love, sometimes they will mention the deceased relatives. they will talk about how these can be reproduced or are hallucinations as if they are discussing real near death experiences which they are not.

That's what I mean.

People who have only read the media and science literature will never know the depths of a near death experience unless they research them. They are many good NDE sites on the web and more coming on. At least the general public is learning about them through these sites.

I don't know how else to explain it, but if you want to know about near death experiences you will need to read them from the real NDE sites. Otherwise you won't. Skeptical scientific study is badly faulted by the sin of omission. They do not study the whole NDE, because it will disprove some of their favorite theories.
Experience is the thing you have left when everything else is gone.
Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away. -- George Carlin
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