I've been reading about them, and have found this out: 1) most of them are positive, where they meet an all-loving Being (God), and loved ones who have passed on before. 2) while suicides may have a similar experience, they risk ending up in a place of darkness and isolation. 3) While few people go to hell, it happens. One was a 15 year old boy who had a serious illness; he had planned on becoming a minister. Have you had a near death experience? What was it like? How is the passage into heaven or hell determined?
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Thanks for telling me this. This is amazing! Since many people have had the experience of the Tunnel, your first wife's experience was not caused by the tumor.
Another fascinating and beautiful account. When I saw the Question, I was looking for your answer, connorj, as I knew about your comatose experience. You didn't let me down!
Thank you Emanate P. and as always, your spiritual understanding is significant...
This is fabulous!!!!
Thanks for relating your experience. Did you actually die, though? What illness did you have?
After I got off the plane they did a EKG, tested my blood sugar, and checked my blood pressure. When I got back to CA I went through several tests and nothing was detected. Since I was not on a machine that "flat lined" there was no "official" death
In that case, you probably just passed out. Also, not everyone who "dies" has a near death experience. Some people do, and forget also.
I think it was having my eyes (wide open) and not having a pulse or not appearing to breathe is what led most people on the plane to believe it was far more than simply passing out. LOL!
A fascinating account, well written, honestly spoken.