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Near Death Experiences (NDEs) awaken minds to new realities. They tear through the web of ordinary life.
NDEs are profound subjective events at the threshold of death. They often include spiritual and paranormal elements, such as a sense of leaving the physical body, perceiving events at a distance, and encountering mystical entities and environments.
Bruce Grayson, MD, a pre-eminent NDE researcher, has shown that after these life-altering experiences, people report that they see more coincidences.
NDEs give the experiencer a place to stand outside of our conventional concepts of how the world works. Some people return from their excursions into greater consciousness to teach us how to better understand ourselves and help our age-old quest for peace and the expansion of human consciousness. Dr. Eben Alexander is one such teacher.
Here is Eben’s NDE story:
After decades as a physician and teacher at Harvard Medical School and elsewhere, academic neurosurgeon, Alexander thought he knew how the brain, mind, and consciousness worked. A transcendental NDE during a week-long coma from an inexplicable brain infection changed all of that—completely. Memories of his life had been completely deleted, yet he awoke with memories of a fantastic odyssey deep into another realm—more real than this earthly one!
Since his 2008 NDE he has been reconciling his rich spiritual experience with contemporary physics and cosmology. By probing deeply into our own consciousness, we transcend the limits of the human brain, and of the physical-material realm. His story offers a crucial key to the understanding of reality and human consciousness.
To hear him describe more about what he learned, please click here.
“I had two near-death experiences (NDEs) that showed me my future and during the integration of those experiences I was able to see the potentials of what lies ahead for our world and humanity. I will briefly share the portions of my veridical (truthful) experiences that dealt with the future and then relate the communication I received about potential struggles and possible solutions. I would like to challenge the audience to look at the bigger picture of the world we live in today, realizing that only a few environmental disasters could push our already stressed social, political and economic structures into a very serious condition. The governments of the world could not support their citizens and communities in the ways we have come to rely on. Yet, the spiritual community embodies the qualities to overcome these challenges. Also, through my connection in social media I have found there is hope in the message that spiritually transformative experiencers (STErs) around the world are conveying. I will share the ways given to me to circumvent these dire conditions and begin to deliver support that will reduce the stressors before a crisis occur.”
This inspiring talk was presented at the IANDS (International Association for Near Death Studies) 2012 Conference, Aug. 31-Sept. 2, in Scottsdale, AZ. He explains how we’re getting ready to become a heart centered, loving community.
“The Boy Who Knew Too Much,” a book written by Cathy Byrd. http://cathy-byrd.com
Realtor and mother of two young children, Cathy Byrd, never had aspirations of becoming a writer until an incredible story unfolded before her eyes. Her young son, Christian Haupt, began sharing vivid memories of being a baseball player in the 1920s and ’30s. The boy was touted as a baseball prodigy at the age of three (he threw the first pitch at a Dodgers MLB game), and began to recall memories of being the baseball great Lou Gehrig, such as staying in hotels every night.
At the advice of reincarnation researcher, Carol Bowman, Byrd showed photos to Christian, and he was able to identify Gehrig in a photo of the 1927 Yankees team, as well as the correct name of Gehrig’s parents from a photo. Psychiatrist Dr. Jim Tucker who has studied children who remember past lives, interviewed the boy at age 5, and Christian told him that he picked out his current parents while in the afterlife state. By the time Christian turned six, his past life memories started to fade, which is what typically happens in such cases, according to Tucker’s research.
Now eight years old, Christian no longer has spontaneous recollections of a past life, but he does remember all of the things he said when he was younger. He still loves baseball and plays pitcher and shortstop on a highly competitive travel baseball team that made it to the Pony World Series in July, 2016. Christian has a dream that all people will love each other and realize that we are all the same. http://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2017/02/28
Gregg Braden learns first hand what a “Feeling Prayer” is all about when a Native American prays “the feeling of rain coming into his world.” To pray “for rain” would have suggested a lack or a negative effect coming. Instead, feel the feelings of what you want to happen!
Do you believe in miracles? Many do, but miracles rarely can be proven by science. This brings us to the phenomenon of the wooden Virgin Mary of Akita, Japan. Since 1973, the statue, which is made of solid wood, has been seen bleeding, crying, and even sweating. There are also reports that a deaf nun could hear again after touching the statue, and that a woman had a brain tumor cured from it. Scientists, however, cannot explain it. According to sources, the nun, Sister Agnes, prayed to the statue and asked for healing, and as the story goes, she got what she asked for. (From deposts.com Copyright © 2017)
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Near Death Experiencer, Yvonne Sneeden, felt her organs shut down and her consciousness leave her body. In a second, she moved into another reality of pure Light. “It was like a fog of brilliant light,” she said. “The ultimate peak of happiness came to my emotions. This experience erased all of my anxieties, traumas, and sorrow.” She described a stunning Being coming through the Light. This is the second part of Yvonne Sneeden’s presentation on April 11, 2014 at a symposium sponsored by The Rhine Institute and The International Association of Near Death Studies (IANDS) on the near death experience. Published on U Tube, September 19, 2014