Out of body experience

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Over 700 people from all walks of life assembled in a large conference room in the United Nations headquarters last weekend to celebrate the International Day of Happiness.
"It's a very fascinating experience," Guterstam said. "It takes a couple of touches, and suddenly you actually feel like
Parnia added that it's possible even more patients in the study had mental activity following cardiac arrest but were unable
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.
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My husband took our youngest son to visit a college out of town last weekend. I stayed home. Then my aunt came to babysit me.
There are many out there who have had transcendent experiences that remain in the closet. The stories I tell are based on interviews with people from diverse walks of life. They are all genuine, honest people.
I have no quibble with others' religious beliefs. Those who choose to accept Eben Alexander's interpretation of his experiences are welcome to do so, as far as I'm concerned. There is nothing scientific about Alexander's claims or his"proof."
TV & Film
TV's latest Canadian import -- along the lines of "Rookie Blue" and "Flashpoint" -- brings yet another twist to the hospital
HuffPost Science Correspondent Cara Santa Maria explores the science behind the near-death experience.
I still call myself a girl. I'm thirty years old and I have four children and one of them is going to be seven in two months and I'm only six years older than he is.
Does a person's religious belief affect the likelihood of experiencing such spiritual feelings on the threshold of death?
The philosopher George Berkeley posed the question, "If a tree fell in the forest and no one heard it, would it make a sound?" A closer look may have bearing on the question of whether there is life after death.