2013 April 7 by macyafterlife
Scientists are still dancing around the afterlife… trying to make sense of it in Newtonian terms.
Yet another study of near-death experiences (NDEs)—based on
interviews with people who’ve died briefly and recovered—explores
neurochemical explanations for the tunnels, doorways, glowing light,
departed loved ones, and other lucid experiences… and notes that the
crystalline afterlife memories are often much more profound and
transformative than our normal, day-to-day memories.
Read that Plos One report….
In a nutshell, the study concludes that about 5 percent of the
general population and 10 percent of heart-attack victims report
near-death experiences, yet no one really knows what they are… other
than “flashbulb memories of really perceived hallucinations.” Adding
complications to the study is the fact that healthy people sometimes
have similar experiences during meditation and when taking certain
serotonin-mimicking hallucinogenic drugs.
Read a short history of hallucinogens….
Well, you and I know what NDEs really are. If you follow this blog
you know that afterlife and the finer realms of spirit are the greater
reality, while life on Earth is maya… illusion. That’s why, when
our earthly blinders come down momentarily during an NDE or meditation,
our glimpse of the other side is so lucid, so profound, and so
Once we experience the greater afterlife reality and process it
through our physical senses, our noble motivations take the steering
wheel, guided by the finer spirit within, while our savage
inclinations—fueled by hormones, ego, and our carnal composition—move to
the back seat.
Read more about the spiritual basis of our afterlife glimpses….
Other articles about science and the human spirit:
The material mind skews logic to explain consciousness — More modern-day epicycles — Foreign-accent syndrome — Measuring maya — Asteroids pummeled Earth for 2 billion years — Exoplanets and the prospect we’re not alone! — Mysteries of Eden — Combat killing and the human spirit — Noxious capitalism and the human spirit — Aurora theater tragedy — News in perspective — Pfrankenstein’s monster: big pharma — Preventing that pesky apocalyse — A life and afterlife debate
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