near death experience

Trenton McKinley is recovering from severe brain trauma after an accident.
Buddhist master Mingyur Rinpoche explains how a near-death experience during a four-year long solitary retreat provided the perfect opportunity to meditate.
A huge part of who I am now was redefined from this single incident.
In her book, My Stroke of Insight, neuroanatomist Jill Bolte Taylor describes changes in her attention following a stroke
The contrast trying to play the game of life, doing, achieving, and having success while knowing meanwhile love is the ultimate reality can be confusing, conflicting, and tying heart and mind into knots.
Looking at the pain and suffering of living and dying within this context suggests that a "good death" for example might not be the one that looks peaceful and isn't messy, but rather the one that accomplishes what that soul needed to have happen to complete its work in this lifetime.
At 19 years old, Purdy contracted a deadly strain of bacterial meningitis and, after listening to a voice in her head that urged her to take action, was taken to the hospital.
I've realized that it's more important to be myself than it is to be positive. And as a result, when I am positive, it is genuine and authentic.
Welcome to Thrive on Live with @CaroMT! "The Four Agreements" author and former surgeon don Miguel Ruiz joins us to discuss his journey through a near-death experience that led to personal discovery.
To do this Wallace made a movie that is more about how people react to Todd Burpo's son Colton than about his experience
The film is not just an adventure story, not just "man against nature." It is the story of Everyman, every human being who comes to the end of life and is moved to reflect upon what that life has meant.
If Vicki hadn't insisted on rushing me to the hospital, there is a good chance I would have died.
The off-duty lifeguard who had seen me throwing up told my friends, "Your friend is very lucky. A lot of people have died just like that." The lifeguard couldn't have been more right. I was very lucky.
Finally, the study can't explain how people can correctly recollect what happened to them minutes after their brain activity
Her husband wasn’t initially interested in being “one of those people” writing about something that can’t be proven. But
I gathered that fact from a fascinating story in the August Esquire by Luke Dittrich, in which Dittrich comes as close as one could, without access to Alexander's private thoughts, to showing that the book was a cynical effort to provide a new career for a neurosurgeon whose career was being consumed by malpractice suits.
People who don't hold a belief in spirit or higher power or religion or faith may bristle here. But I know what I felt and I heard this nurse -- and others -- say it out loud. Some force was at work in the room.
"I had angels, I had God, and I fell to my knees in front of him," she said. Crystal McVea, an Oklahoma native, said she