What Does Death Feel Like?
Are Near Death Experiences Real?
It’s the most relevant concern we will never know the answer to … what happens to us after we die?
Of course , there are lots of people , who think that once we die, that’s it.There is no immortality and we experience an endless time of nothingness. Not one of the most pleasurable thought … but, that’s life (or fatality). On the other hand there are those lots of people that think that there is an immortality, and that after the procedure of death , our spirit and consciousness lives on, either in ‘paradise’, as a ‘ghost’ or via ‘reincarnation.’
As well as although humanity will most likely always go back on mooting about just what really does happen when we pass away, like I say , nobody has actually ever before passed away and returned to life , so we will certainly never know.There are those that have endured near death experiences, as well as even been resuscitated from clinical fatality (when the heart quits beating and they are no longer breathing ) , and also among those lots of people , there are a tiny percentage who declare they have actually certainly witnessed what it’s like to pass away.
Now, the concern has been postured on the “Q&A internet site Quora” and numerous individuals could remember their encounters of going across ‘the other world’. Whether you believe these stories or not, they certainly are fascinating readings, as they will get back at one of the most persistent philistine considering … the immortality …
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Andy S.: ( ) This question can never be answered truthfully simply because a dead person has no physical ability to sit down in front of a computer. ‘NDE’ is different from actual death. If you’re dead you’re dead. I guess death is nothing but permanent sleep. To the atheist, death is the culmination of life and nothing more. No soul. No heaven. No hell. To the religious, death is just a transition to heaven. And how does heaven feel?No one truly came back to life to answer this question. So, I guess, death is just a blank space where feeling and awareness is inexistent. If you are the person who loves to sleep the whole day, then death is the ultimate option for you. No one who died ever came back to life to tell us how death feels. To answer this question in truth, one must die first.
Barbara Berney: I have “died” three times after separate surgeries, due to a very rare intolerance to any kind of narcotic, wherein my heart and respiration slow to a stop within minutes. Although I could hear perfectly (the beeping of the monitor as I flatlined, the code on the PA, the squeak-squeak of the crash cartwheels everyone talking at once), I had no other sensation. As I was sinking into unconsciousness, I felt very cool, relaxed, no need to breathe, no cause for alarm, no pain of any kind, totally peaceful. Everything grew dark around the edges until there was only blackness.
And then, they revived me, each of three times, the first time by adding Narcan to my IV, the other two times with CPR, after which I spent the night in the cardiac unit at the hospital. Makes it tough to have surgery, but I’ve survived three thumb joint replacements, a hip arthroscopy, and a hip arthroplasty without pain meds.
Lori Seiler: Sorry everyone but my death experience was different. I died at the age of 6 on the operating table during a surgical procedure and was revived 10 minutes later. I DO remember being at peace. I would not say that I felt “nothing”. I felt comfort. I felt like I was not alone. I saw many colors. Not light, but color like my eyes were covered with a tie-died T Shirt or something. I died again at the age of 23 from an allergic reaction to prescription Vicitin ( Not sure on the spelling). I was again revived within 6 minutes this time….and I experienced the exact same thing. A feeling of being surrounded by something familiar. A feeling of peace and safety, and those colors…I do not care if anyone does not believe me or my statements….this was my experience…..I know what I went through.
True near death experience testimony from six people who tell their stories of the afterlife
Scott Melnick: Three years ago I had some heart issues and my doctor sent me home wearing something called a “life vest” — essentially a bunch of monitors and an external defibrillator. A week or so later I had a cardiac arrest. The monitors showed me as flatlining…but the vest did its job and resuscitated me. The process of “dying” was remarkably peaceful…I just drifted off. No pain, nothing bad. As far as what happened once my heart stopped — I have no recollection. When I eventually die on a more permanent basis, I can only hope it’s as peaceful as the first time.
I died, saw Hell, met Jesus!
Aaron Stephanus: Several years ago I flatlined in the ER. The reasons are inconsequential. The experience was rather remarkable and unforgettable; what little I can recall. As the final moment approached my senses left me one by one, preceded by the inability to move at all. First thing I noticed gone was my sense of touch. Followed by hearing. At this time my sense of smell and taste could also have left me. I simply have no idea. The last thing to go was my sight leaving me with a field of whiteness, and thoughts which seemed to be further and further apart as my only perceivable experience. Suddenly I felt a tremendous pressure against my chest. All senses came rushing back to me only to drift off into white nothing again. This pattern repeated three times to my memory, but who knows, until my heart was able to continue beating on its own.The moment I realized I was on my way out was sad. Particularly because I was aware my mother was in the room watching as medical professionals did their best to keep me alive. I felt guilt, shame, and profound disappointment for not achieving my personal goals. I accepted my fate in some way. The physical sensation were almost nonexistent. I wasn’t scared. I was just disappointed.
Thus, are these statements prove that there is something amazing awaiting us beyond? Or are they merely the outcome of a mix of a heavy drug, lack of oxygen and a malfunction of medication? The truth is, we will certainly never understand, we merely need to wait till we discover.
I really do believe, that near death experiences will definitely bring some significant change to our lifestyle aswell as to our mindset. I am sure, it will ascertain the priorities of life.
If you, like me, are as fascinated and interested in near death experiences or wondering what does death feel like, have a look at this website: near-death.com
What does death feel like – In Life After Life Raymond Moody investigates more than one hundred case studies of people who experienced “clinical death” and were subsequently revived …