Dying and Near Death
Essentially, there is no separation between life and death. They are both, in fact, complimentary. And that is one of the many paradoxes of our mighty Universe. Unfortunately, that’s not we are taught as children.
Untimely Departure (a new french documentary on Near Death Experiences), brings together cardiologists, neurologists, anaesthetist-ICU doctors, doctors, and psychologists. They tell their tale uninhibitedly, lifting the taboo of what turns out to be a goldmine of knowledge for science and mankind. Leaving the theory of hallucination behind once and for all, and instead focusing on a possible delocalization of our consciousness, we understand that the hint of a new paradigm is gradually taking shape.
Death. The very word casts a pall of doom. Why is it so upsetting to us? Perhaps because it conflicts with two different ways in which we know the world. We know intuitively we are immortal beings, an essence deep within us is eternal. Our sense perceptions, though, tell us we die and cease to exist. We see that the person we knew is gone. The body lying there is not them at all. Where are they? Where are we going to be when we die? How can an immortal being cease to exist?
If you’ve been reading my articles for a while, then you know that I believe we are all connected and therefore all part of the same, universal cosmic web. The web that contains everything that ever was, is, and could be. The place where all information rests, and everything that has ever been created and everything waiting to be created (in some form of nothingness we cannot yet comprehend) reside. This is where all aspirations, inspirations, ideas, genius, madness, intuitions, inhibitions, and movement of creative force draw from. Some call it simply the Universe, others call it the Field, and yet others may say it is even an extension of the Akashic Records. All I know for sure…is this web of flowing energy is where the magic happens!
The recent discovery of quantum vibrations in “microtubules” inside brain neurons corroborates a controversial quantum theory of consciousness called “Orch OR”. Is it the soul?
A Missouri-born 14-year-old boy named John was pronounced dead after falling through the ice of Lake St. Louise and remaining underwater for more than 15 minutes. Soon after, doctors pronounced him dead for more than 45 minutes, only for him to come back to life after his mother started praying for him in a loud voice.
Editor’s Note: Have you heard Anita Moorjani’s fascinating Near-Death Experience + Miraculous Cancer Recovery story? It’s the most amazing and convincingly-documented NDE story we’ve ever heard so we’re reposting it with notes that capture the 21 life lessons Anita shares here. Enjoy! Anita Moorjani’s fascinating and moving near-death experience in 2006 tremendously changed her perspective on life. Her […]
Alexis speaks with out-of-body expert William Buhlman about the practice and importance of “self-initiated” OBE’s. Out of Body expert William Buhlman is passionate, adamant, and encouraging when it comes to the practice of what he calls self-initiated OBE’s. As elusive and mysterious as this process may be for some, William contends that it is one […]
So what is the difference between you and a rock? This seems like an easy, even stupid question. But even the smartest people on earth have no idea where to draw the line between living and dead things. Which leads to mind-blowing implications. What is life after all? And is death really a thing?
40-year-old Ruby Graupera-Cassimir was about to be pronounced dead after 45 minutes with no pulse. She spontaneously resuscitated just before doctors were going to pronounce the time of death. Ruby recalls seeing a being she believes was her dad accompanied by other beings. She felt a force telling her she had to go back. She said that afterlife is peaceful.
Alexis speaks with renowned near-death researcher P.M.H. Atwater about the multiple dimensions of the near-death experience based on her new book, Dying to Know You – Proof of God in the Near-Death Experience Renowned near-death researcher and author of more than fifteen books, P.M.H. Atwater discusses the many dimensions of the near-death experience based on […]
A critical care doctor and expert in the field of resuscitation, Sam Parnia has been fascinated with the question of what happens to consciousness at the moment of death since the time he lost a patient as a student doctor at the age of 22.
Many dying patients are in pain and discomfort, but the ones who’ve experienced near death find that once they start crossing over into what’s next, they become very peaceful, even joyful, and free of their physical ailments. Because of this, a near-death experience (NDE) has a profound effect on most of the persons that have them and often removes their fear of dying.
Near-death experiences are rare, but if you have one, it is likely to be overwhelmingly peaceful, however painful it might have been to get to that stage. This is the conclusion from the first study into how the cause of trauma affects the content of a near-death experience.
When you learn to love and value yourself, you can experience a piece of heaven! In this video clip, Anita Moorjani (author of Dying to Be Me) talks about her well documented near-death experience with lymphoma and how it helped her to understand what our illnesses can teach us and what really matters most in our lives.