What is Near Death?
Near-death experiences have gotten a lot of attention lately. The 2014 movie Heaven Is for Real, about a young boy who told his parents he had visited heaven while he was having emergency surgery, grossed a respectable $91 million in the United States. The book it was based on, published in 2010, has sold some 10 million copies and spent 206 weeks on the New York Times best-seller list. Two recent books by doctors—Proof of Heaven, by Eben Alexander, who writes about a near-death experience he had while in a week-long coma brought on by meningitis, and To Heaven and Back, by Mary C. Neal, who had her NDE while submerged in a river after a kayaking accident—have spent 94 and 36 weeks, respectively, on the list. (The subject of The Boy Who Came Back From Heaven, published in 2010, recently admitted that he made it all up)
What I think about near death
I think near death is real cause it happens to a lot of people. I also believe that it is a way that god can show you that he is real and a way to make sure to show people that they need to ask right so they can go and see heaven when god is ready for them. I see this as a sign of giving you another chance to fix your ways and make better. I wish we could all get a glims of heaven but then we would have nothing to look forwards too and to have the surprise of seeing something so wonderful ahead of us that it is to good to just spoil the surprise and just wait until its our time to go to heaven and see everything.
My personal connection
Types of phases of near death
Disassociated, naturalistic, and supernatural are all different types of phases of near death. All of these are the different types of near death phases we go threw during our near-death experiences. The final phase of the pleasurable NDE is a return to the physical body. About half of pleasurable NDErs say they chose whether or not to return. When they chose to return, it was because of a love connection with one or more living people. The other half say they didn’t choose to return: They either were told or made to return, or they were just suddenly “back” in their bodies.