The Near Death Experience: A Clinical Investigation

Front Cover, Aug 5, 2014 - Religion - 110 pages
The NDE is one of the most spoken about phenomenon of our time. Here in this book the author, who is a Registered Nurse, logically and rationally analyses the phenomenon and states what the NDE may represent. He also details the associated medical condition called 'The Lazarus Syndrome' where individuals who appear to be dead have revived, and sometimes told of NDE experiences. The book provides many examples of the NDE, both from the wider literature and from the author's own clinical research. He comprehensively analyses all the evidence in a rational and logical manner and gives various theories as to what exactly the Near Death Experience is and what it means for us as human beings. Does the NDE represent proof of life after death? The author's analysis provides all of the various theories and allows the reader to make their own decision. It makes for fascinating reading, and for anyone who is seeking the truth about the phenomenon it is an indispensable addition to the literature on the subject.

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