5 edition of Experiences of Death found in the catalog.
Experiences of Death
Jennifer Lorna Hockey
May 20, 1991
by Edinburgh University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||200|
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Cidavia-DeRepentigny's determination in her out-of-body state to make an arm move finally paid off; and, with great clamor and commotion, the tube was pulled out, an oxygen mask attached, and her breathing restored. She had a similar near-death episode when she was hospitalized at thirteen.
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The Life and Experiences of Elie Wiesel. At the end of the book, Elie describes himself in the mirror as "a corpse" gazing back at himself. The aroma of death follows him everywhere, it is unavoidable.
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She said that’s when she died and crossed over to an afterlife. “I felt as though I was above my body,” she said. “It was like I had degree peripheral vision of the whole area around. Life After Death Dr. Raymond Moody: The Secrets of the Afterlife Mysterious Ways sat down with Dr.
Raymond Moody, known as the dean of near-death-experience (NDE) studies, to discuss the great beyond, the “nonsense of dying” and his own trip to the outskirts of eternity. Spiritual Books Books on Life After Death. Gone West: Three Narratives of After Death Experiences by Received inthis book is a phenomenally detailed description of the dark planes of the First Spirit Sphere, and also the Astral Plane.
Quite useful classifications of these and even the higher spheres are used in this book. Of those books, probably the single best overview is The Handbook of Near-Death Experiences: Thirty Years of Investigation, an anthology published in As The Handbook outlines, by dozens Author: Gideon Lichfield.
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SinceJeffrey Long, M.D., a radiation oncologist in Louisiana, has been collecting and documenting near-death experiences—across cultures, languages, and countries. “Near-death experiences” (NDEs) was the term coined by Dr.
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A near-death experience (NDE) is a profound personal experience associated with death or impending death which.
Raymond Moody introduced the concept of the shared-death experience in his book “Glimpses of Eternity.” He first started collecting stories of people who died and returned to life while.
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All of this made his claim of having a near death experience so extraordinary. Inat the age of 77 and just about a year before his (final) death, Ayer came down with a serious case of pneumonia while traveling in the United States.
After 10 days in the hospital, he felt he was well enough to make it home to England.