Near-Death Experiences; True stories of Near-Death Experiences told by real people. True stories of those who went to Heaven. by Tessy RawlinsNear Death Experiences; True stories of Near Death Experiences told by real people. True stories of those who went to Heaven.
“I feel now as though I have stolen a piece of heaven and brought it back to earth and feel as if each time I’m able to share it with somebody, I break a piece of that heaven off and hand it to them.”
“It felt like the whole time I was in somebodys arms. Like somebody was holding me.”
“I have to tell you that the joy I felt was absolutely beyond description, because I doubt that there is such a word in any human language.”
“The place I had just come back from was the place I knew. God is real; heaven is absolutely real.”
“Heaven is such a beautiful place and heaven is for real.”
“It was mind-blowing and breathtaking”
“A current of love so deep, it seemed unfathomable that such a place had existed without my knowing. How could I have been blind all my life to this bright river of love, peace, joy that cradled me?”
“It felt like all the love of everybody in the world, everybody I knew, was hugging me,”
I know without a doubt theres no such thing as death.”
From Tessy Rawlins, comes more astonishing, affirming and comforting true stories of those who went to Heaven, and came back to tell of the beauty, and the love that is waiting for us too.
It seems that more and more people feel the desire to speak out about their life-changing experiences of going to Heaven. No longer do people feel they must keep quiet about what happened to them; and often they feel compelled to share their experience with as many people as will listen to them.
They have a message, and that message is always of the unconditional love and acceptance of Heaven. Of the forgiveness, of the all-encompassing, loving light that wraps around them as though embracing them, and of the re-uniting with their loved ones...
Near Death Experiences; True stories of Near Death Experiences told by real people. True stories of those who went to Heaven.
Here follows some of those stories...
Vicki Noratuk – NDE
The new Netflix show follows Prairie — a woman who lost her sight as a child, went missing aged 21 and returned seven years later able to see again. As the series progresses, Prairie tells a group of high-school misfits the story of how she ran away from her adoptive family to find her Russian father, only to be captured and experimented on by a scientist obsessed with near-death experiences NDEs. She explains that along with her fellow captives, she was killed over and again in a drowning machine to induce NDEs, during which she met a mystical woman named Khatun who gave her five movements that could unlock a new form of travel. Brit Marling , who plays Prairie and co-wrote the show with Zal Batmanglij, said that she first came up with the idea of the show after speaking to a young woman who had experienced an NDE. It seems like she's really in control of her life.
Empirically investigating brushes with the afterlife. N ear-death experiences have gotten a lot of attention lately. The book it was based on, published in , has sold some 10 million copies and spent 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.
Vicki Noratuk, a forty-five year old blind woman, was just one of the more than thirty persons that Dr. Kenneth Ring and Sharon Cooper interviewed at length during a two-year study just completed concerning near-death experiences of the blind. The results of their study appear in their book Mindsight. Vicki was born blind, her optic nerve having been completely destroyed at birth because of an excess of oxygen she received in the incubator. Yet, she appears to have been able to see during her NDE.
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These characteristics include a perception of seeing and hearing apart from the physical body, passing into or through a tunnel, encountering a mystical light, intense and generally positive emotions, a review of part or all of their prior life experiences, encountering deceased loved ones, and a choice to return to their earthly life. There is no uniformly accepted definition of near-death experience. - I was floating over my body.
People who were blind from birth have had brushes with death in which they felt themselves leave their bodies and experience vision for the first time. For some, it seemed natural; for others, it was a confusing and shocking experience. Many people experience this sensation of leaving the body during a near-death experience NDE. A Gallup poll found that 15 percent of all Americans who had almost died under widely varying circumstances reported NDEs. Hypoxia, or oxygen deprivation, is one often-cited cause.