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Near-Death Experience   is it related to Afterlife

18th February 2024 | 37 Views

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 Near-Death Experiences are extremely vivid and frequently transformative events, many of which take place in extremely physiological conditions like trauma, brain death, deep general anesthesia, or cardiac arrest, where, by the consensus in neuroscience, no awareness or sensory experiences of any kind should be possible.
NDEs are those situations in which a person’s heart or brain stop for a while, either as a result of an accident or for other reasons. He must go through events that allow him to realize that he has left his home and entered a new one
.In this instance, following the disasters, he discovered that his heart was racing for a while. This could be attributed to a temporary shortage of oxygen in the brain, which could be the cause When he confronts the near-death experience, he finds himself in a serene world surrounded by beautiful nature, a few other people with the same illness, and other people. In line with his description, he sees a stunning natural having the same colors of the sky, trees, bushes, and mountains as what we were able to see previously.

There are certain features and consequences which I can celebrate here at how the patient can be passes through all these experience
1. There is a sense of feeling and comfortable with  free of pain can be found first  in the major cases. 

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2. Out-of body experiences (OBEs) are characterized by the feeling of emerging from the body and seeing the physical body while hovering above it.People from many civilizations and belief systems have reported seeing this fascinating event. Some see it via a scientific or psychological perspective, while others understand it as a spiritual or magical phenomenon.
3.In the majority of cases that we have identified so far, mental functioning that is clearer and faster than usual is often indicative of heightened brain cognitive performance. 
4. We can usually found a sense of being drawn in to the tunnel or darkness with the brilliant light can be flash in front of our eyes at the end of the tunnel. 
5. a profound sense of contentment, bliss, or total, unconditional love; a perception of having limitless knowledge at one’s disposal a “life review,” or recollection of significant previous occurrences. 
6. Glimpses of yet-to-be-held events interactions with departed loved ones or other entities that could be recognized as religious figures. will make the case for the theory that the phenomenology of NDEs is influenced by an individual’s expectations of what death will be like rather than their cultural background.Most of these assumptions are Usually, but not always, influenced by an individual’s culture. Culture-specific.Whether conscious or unconscious, expectations regarding death,  
are, in turn, typically drawn from the culture’s resources, but not always religious customs. The phenomenology of NDEs is extremely customized,and concurrently shared by a large number of people.  

Atheists, believers, and those in between are all susceptible to NDEs. However, after an NDE, those who had these experiences are far more likely to conclude that there is an afterlife. 76-70% of those who have had a near-death experience (NDE) ultimately concur that “there is unquestionably an afterlife.” People’s beliefs are completely reoriented by these encounters since they are so intensely real and poignant. The reason non-experiencers believe is because there are experiencers. Ambers views a near-death experience (NDE) as self-evident, “empirically certain” evidence of gods and the afterlife. Since these experiences are well-organized, cohesive, and specific, they serve as reliable justification for these beliefs—any experience there on
     Despite the efforts and discoveries of several researchers, evidence for the existence of a coherent afterlife has not yet been discovered. The idea that life continues after death has been explored by mediums, scientists, theologians, psychologists, philosophers, and a host of laypeople. Few studies have produced evidence suggesting that the personality continues to exist spiritually after death, despite the fact that numerous approaches and methods have been used. It appears that the most convincing proof of a life after death is the phenomenon of near-death experiences. The subject’s own reports of their experiences following resuscitation appear to paint a different picture, despite the fact that there is little scientific evidence of anything miraculous happening in the moments following a person’s heart stopping.
This narrative has been told all throughout history and in many parts of the world in varying but similar ways. Although there is yet no solid evidence, further research is necessary to better understand what, if anything, happens after we die and why near-death experiences should be investigated.
Researchers must use alternative methods of information gathering if scientific experiments prove unsuccessful in providing answers on an afterlife. What we do appear to have in plenty are anecdotal reports from people who have experienced near-death experiences along with related paranormal activities. While not everyone who is close to death encounters strange, otherworldly things, enough people do for the phenomena to be recognized as a potential experience that the human psyche may go through when it is close to the end of life.
We must look to the phenomenological reports of the participants themselves, since we have previously established that science is ineffective (at least currently) in explaining and understanding what is happening with near death experiences. We can at least accept that survivors of neardeath experiences are telling the truth (to the extent that memory and descriptive powers permit) about what they saw and felt when they were in danger of dying. This is assuming that survivors have no hidden agendas when they relate their stories.

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Writer and speaker Anita Moorjani is well-known for her book ‘Dying to Be Me,’ which details her experience of almost dying and her incredible battle with end-stage cancer. Because of the profound nature of her experience, her narrative has impacted many lives and received a lot of attention. 
  Anita’s adventure started in 2006 after she received a lymphoma diagnosis. Her condition quickly declined over the next four years, and her organs finally started to fail, putting her in a coma. Anita says she had a near-death experience at this time, which she regarded as a deep and life-changing event.
        Anita recounts experiences of emerging from  her body into a condition of expanded                         consciousness.Despite being physically unconscious, she had a sense of freedom and tranquility and was aware of everything going on around her, including interactions between her family a medical  team. 
 Conclusion : we have research over thousand of cases, It is almost possible to draw the conclusion that, in accordance with the researchers who have contributed insightful research in this area, the NDErs’ patterns are similar in their basis and content, with the variances lying in how they explain and interpret their experiences.
 They all share some fundamental  characteristics, such having out-of body experiences, traveling through tunnels,   having enhanced senses, etc. All ethnic groups and nations experience this, without exception or influence from their own   countries’ local customs, religion, race, or culture. In addition to this main hub, a number of additional indepth events or activities occur, all of which have their roots in the NDErs’ personal archives and are made up of a wide variety of symbols,  pictures, and characters.


shishir prasad



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