Learn what happens in the profound near-death experience that may really happen to you when you die. What if you could find peace of mind in the face of inevitable death? What if you could gain assurance that a world of light and a Being of Light awaits you when you die?
How does Near-Death Experience: Out of the Darkness into the Light reflect what happens to people who have had a profound near-death experience that may really happen to you when you die? As the title suggests, this audiobook is an account of the near-death experience that presents an overview of what this experience as reported in several major studies.
The near-death experience has been documented at length and in detail in the books listed in the bibliography, and this is far from being an exhaustive listing. As you listen to this book, you will find that I agree with Melvin Morse, MD, that near-death experiences are simply natural signs (not paranormal) that many scientists continue to ignore.
Until October 2, 2015, my study of near-death experiences in search of the Light was primarily on the research of Raymond Moody, MD; Melvin Morse, MD; Pim Van Lommel, MD; Kenneth Ring, PhD; and Bruce Greyson, MD; who developed a list of nine stages of the near-death experience. That list,plus Eadie's 12 stages/points in her personal near-death experience, was the focus of my search for the Light in the near-death experience.
Then I came across J. Steve Miller's website, character-education.info. I saw his book Near-Death Experiences as Evidence for the Existence of God and Heaven. His presentation of Dr. Pim van Lommel's experience in a Dutch Hospital is included in this audiobook.
During the same search to update my near-death information, I found a researcher I was totally unacquainted with, P.M.H. Atwater, who had been actively engaged in near-death research since 1978.
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Narration was too difficult to listen to
I am very interested in the topic, but I couldn't listen to it.
I found the manner of speaking hard to listen to, because of the exaggerated intonation. I had to stop listening because I found it so distracting.
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