Near-death experiences are not hallucinations Near-death experiences (NDEs) do have subjective and mystical charatistics that make many critics conclude that the near-death experience is a hallucination. This conclusion would also support a pre-concieved belief that there is no life after death.
Near-Death Experiences happen to almost 800 people a day in the US alone, and surveys suggest that its a common phenomenon that has been experienced by up to 15% of the population. A “Near-Death Experience”, or short “NDE”, is defined as a profound
As I mentioned, it is clear that from my own experience, and those of many other near-death experiences, leaving the body does not mean taking the body with us. I am also confident that most people with a modern view
Near-death experiences often tells of stories of light and heaven-like experiences and because of this many people draw parallels between near-death experiences (NDEs) and heaven. But what exactly is heaven and how is it experienced by people who come close
In the last few years, quite a few books and movies about near-death experiences have been focused on heaven. From a neurosurgeon’s journey into the afterlife in “Proof of Heaven” to the movie production of “90 Minutes in Heaven” and