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Hannah Robinson paints a view of the near-death experience unlike the thousands of others currently on the market.
Critique: A compelling and inherently fascinating read from beginning to end, "Heaven's Consciousness: A Near-Death Experience With Relevant Poetry" is impressively well written, exceptionally well organized, thoughtful and thought-provoking.
Afterward: Making meaning after a frightening near-death experience.
We reasoned that if near-death experience stems from brain activity, neural correlates of consciousness should be identifiable in humans or animals even after the cessation of cerebral blood flow," she said.
By one estimate, three percent of Americans - more than nine million - have undergone a near-death experience.
ly/mg8RkY) in which I drew an analogy to the near-death experiences that some big technology companies encountered in the 1990s and their successful strategies to reinvent themselves.
The near-death experience scale: Construction, reliability, and validity: J Nerv Ment Dis 1983; 171:369-375.
A child's encounter with the devil: An unusual near-death experience with both blissful and frightening elements.
We present one woman's story as a paradigmatic healing process that illustrates an attempted suicide, her near-death experience (NDE), and subsequent recovery from bulimia nervosa.
Many reports on the near-death experience have appeared since then, and almost all support Moody's landmark study.
Schenk, The Hypnotic Use of Waking Dreams: Exploring Near-Death Experiences Without the Flatlines is a guide to experiencing the perspective-transforming miracle of a near-death experience without risking one's life, but rather through the process of a hypnotic waking dream.
In 1996, a near-death experience caused by hypertension showed Sanders-Butler, who weighed 189 pounds at just 5 feet 4 inches, that a change was necessary.