Dying to Live: Near-Death Experiences

Progress in medical science has increased our understanding of what happens when the brain begins to fail Psychology delves ever deeply into the nature of the self In Dying to Live, Black, a leading expert in near death experiences, explores what psychology, biology, and medicine have to say about this extraordinary aspect of death and dying.
Dying to Live Near Death Experiences Progress in medical science has increased our understanding of what happens when the brain begins to fail Psychology delves ever deeply into the nature of the self In Dying to Live Black a leading e

  • Title: Dying to Live: Near-Death Experiences
  • Author: Susan Blackmore
  • ISBN: 9780879758707
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Dying to Live: Near-Death Experiences”

    1. If you have even a passing interest in the study of Near-Death Experiences (NDEs), I highly recommend this book. There is surprisingly little attention paid to this fascinating phenomenon, and the majority of popular (and even research) treatment of the subject takes for granted that NDEs are legitimate windows into the afterlife. Dying to Live is an important look at the much simpler hypothesis that the characteristic feelings of peace, dark tunnels, bright lights, out-of-body travel, life revi [...]

    2. This is the NDE book I recommend.I've read a, maybe surprising, number of NDE books.The first time I read a Blackmore book I thought she was a highschool journalist.It was an advanced copy so maybe it got better but I guess it's besides the point.She does understand scientific method.She's not afraid of eastern ideals or the unknown.Which makes her, basically, the most qualified writer on the subject.If you see any poor reviews of this book it's IANDS! Those freaks are a cult, SS style.

    3. inhibition is a large part of brain activity. this in turn is inhibited during shut down and strange things happen as a result. this explains why people AWLAYS smile when they wake up after getting choked in BJJ!NDEs are easily and simply explained physiologically.

    4. Near death experiences have many people intrigued about the possibility of the hereafter. Is there anything to it? Parapsychologist Susan Blackmore takes a hard-nosed look at this popular yet misunderstood phenomenon.

    5. Through compassion, which consists of understanding, forgiveness, commonality, acceptance and love, the outcome of this life is most understood. Gives new meaning to totality with oneself, humanity, and the Eternal Light of the All in All - a time of rebirth.

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