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Thousands of people have had near-death experiences, but scientists have argued that they are impossible. Dr. Eben Alexander was one of those scientists. A highly trained neurosurgeon, Alexander knew that NDEs feel real, but are simply fantasies produced by brains under extreme stress. Then, Dr. Alexander’s own brain was attacked by a rare illness. For seven days he lay in a coma. Alexander’s recovery is a medical miracle. But the real miracle of his story lies elsewhere. While his body lay in coma, Alexander journeyed beyond this world and encountered an angelic being who guided him into the deepest realms of super-physical existence. There he met, and spoke with, the Divine source of the universe itself.

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I read this for reasons that are probably different than most. Simply put, I am searching for proof of an afterlife. I have always @believed@, but since Ben died, blind faith (and I dont have much of that) isnt enough. For the most part, the scientific data Dr Alexander puts forth convinces and comforts me. His religious beliefs, as they are, mirror my own to a large degree.

I read about 3/4 of the book the day I got it and at that point, and though I found some comfort at the descriptions of the complete love and acceptance he found in @Heaven@, I was terribly disturbed at the fact that he met no one he knew, nor did he have any memory of his life on earth until he started his descent back. This was fully addressed just pages after I picked it up again last night, and did much to relieve and comfort me (but no spoilers here).

Alexanders 180 degree turn from skeptic to believer, not only in an afterlife, but towards psychics, clairvoyants, etc., was well explained and again, a comfort to me. My adult beliefs in God are very different than the Catholic beliefs I was raised with, but I have always had some residual guilt and fear about not being heaven-worthy since I dont follow the @party line@. This book wiped those fears away. I needed a pragmatic, scientific means of @proof@ and in this book, I got just that. No...I have not undergone a fantastic revelation and turn about, but I my belief that Ben is in a wonderful place is now a stronger belief, and not so much a wishful thought.

مشاهده لینک اصلی
A truly wonderful book. A neurosurgeon, Eben Alexander, knew from years of work on thousands of brains that if the neocortex is shut down, there is no possibility of creating ideas or recalling memories or any other way of producing experience. Then he suffered bacterial meningitis and lost all neocortical function for seven days. That he survived at all is miraculous. He recovered all of his memories and expertise, except for one thing, his @scientific@ disbelief in the spiritual or any kind of afterlife. He had experienced heaven. In clear, non-technical terms he explains exactly what happened and what he discovered, that instead of the brain being the source of the spiritual, it is the other way around.

مشاهده لینک اصلی
The proof of heaven is Eben. Dr. Eben Alexander should visit Pampanga, Philippines one day and surprise himself that the Kapampangans pronounce @heaven@ and his first name almost the same way.

Believers need not read this book for it says nothing new insofar as the prevalent belief system about the afterlife is concerned. Non-believers need not also read this book because it offers nothing conclusive. And those who are somewhere in-between belief and non-belief need not read this too because whatever effect it may have on their current state of vacillation or unconcern it can only either fix them in their current state of limbo or place them to where theyd still would have no need for this book.

As a clincher, let me give you a final reason why you ought not to read this anymore: I am going to tell you now the story.

Dr. Eben the Heaven was adopted. He was given away by his young, unwed mother for adoption just a few days after his birth because she (and his biological father) could not yet afford to raise a child.

Many years pass, Eben becomes a successful neurosurgeon. A brain expert. A loving husband and father to his kids, with just a bit of drinking problem, he is a man of science who does not believe theres anything else after one dies. He sees the human brain as something like a computer housed in a living body. If the body dies, that computer ceases to function. Consciousness has its final and irrevocable end.

Later, he comes to know his biological parents who, it turns out, got married and had several children--Ebens siblings all now grownups like him except one--a sister--who had passed away. Eben never got to see her and, prior to the incident subject matter of this book, had never seen any of her pictures.

One morning he wakes up with a searing pain at his back and a headache so severe that it makes him howl. A very rare, serious case of meningitis. Within hours he becomes comatose. His spinal cord is filled with pus. For six days his brain ceases to function. His feet begins to curl, a tell-tale sign of a comatose proceeding towards a permanent vegetative state. He shows no sign of consciousness for six days. His doctors prepare his family for his death.

On the seventh day, however, he opens his eyes. Then he talks, at first incoherently. Slowly re recovers. Then he remembers where he had been those six days. He had been to heaven (or maybe some places in heaven). Unlike others who have had near death experiences like him, however, he had seen no tunnel of light, or had seen his inert physical body surrounded by his friends and family while hovering above. Neither did he meet any deceased relatives. He would have loved to his dearly departed father who passed away around four years before.

Instead, he had a woman with butterfly wings who guided him while touring heaven. He had not seen her before and is sure that he does not know her.

Then he gets a photo of his deceased sister whom he had never met.

مشاهده لینک اصلی
When I heard about this book, I pre-ordered it for my Kindle. Apparently I wasnt the only one. His website says the book debuted at #1 in e-book sales!

Ive been interested in NDE (near-death experience) literature since reading Raymond Moodys Life After Life in the mid-1970s. So I didnt approach the book as a skeptic but a believer, and one who is familiar with the genre.

Dr. Alexanders experience is unique in several ways.

1. As a neurosurgeon, he was very much a scientist and a skeptic, so when he went into a protracted coma, he had no preconceived ideas about what to expect. No one was more surprised than he when he had a revelatory spiritual experience.

2. His coma was caused by an unusual condition in adults: gram-megative bacterial meningitis, which shut down the neocortex of his brain, the part that medical scientists say makes us human. That part of his brain was completely inactive during his coma. After he recovered, Dr. Alexander tried, and failed, to find a rational, scientific explanation for what happened to him. In addition, his survival of the meningitis without any brain damage is quite remarkable.

3. His NDE differed somewhat from those reported by other survivors. For one thing, while in coma, he had no idea who he was/had been on earth. Most patients who suffer NDEs have all or some part of their neocortex still functioning. As a result, he felt no compulsion to return to his previous life. Nevertheless, his family gathered around and prayed for him and he was ultimately drawn back to his life on earth.

During the coma, he initially spent a lot of time in a murky, indistinguishable state he called the Realm of the Worms Eye View. In time, a light appeared to him and he rose into a bright and beautiful spiritual realm where a lovely young woman acted as his guide. He traveled through areas of @heaven@ he dubbed the Gateway and the Core. The message he brought back is simple:

@You are loved and cherished.
You have nothing to fear.
There is nothing you can do wrong.@

Before his coma, he would have said that all consciousness comes from the brain. Now he believes we are spiritual beings inhabiting mortal brains and bodies.

If you have any interest in this subject, I recommend the book. You can read more online at http://www.lifebeyonddeath.net/.


مشاهده لینک اصلی
This is the testimony of a neurosurgeon about an impending death experience during bacterial meningitis. He tells us what he saw, how he felt, his interpretation of the events, and finally the lessons he learned from them. I will not lie, I had a lot of trouble reading this book, as the title indicates, it is very religious. Not really being a believer, it was very difficult to stay focused, which does not prevent me from respecting the beliefs of the author, on the contrary.
The second thing that marked me is the end of the prologue: @and thats the truth@ ... All of a sudden, I saw myself telling my niece umpteenth time @just tell me that so I do not believe it ...@ For all that, do not make me say what I did not say: I do not say that the author lies. I do not doubt that he has lived what he relates, but as for his interpretation, I am much more skeptical. In my opinion, each persons unconscious will react differently according to their own belief system and / or value, so that what can be experienced in a situation like this may be radically different from a person to another, even if the different testimonies that exist keep common bases that are the tunnel and the big light. The same goes for the interpretation that is made of course.

A book that hasnt left me good memories at all ..

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