Are Near-Death Experiences Just Comforting Illusions?

My most recent post over at Psychology Today focuses on the aspects of near-death experiences that can be verified to accurately reflect reality: specifically, verified perceptions of events at a distance and verified perceptions of events that occurred during the period when the NDEr’s body was in cardiac arrest and had minimal to no brain function. I draw primarily from Titus Rivas, Anny Dirven, and Rudolf Smit’s excellent volume, The Self Does Not Die, published in 2016.

One response to “Are Near-Death Experiences Just Comforting Illusions?”

  1. Hi ! I’ve for the moment not really a lot of time to read your posts but I’m really interested of your items. I’ll be back !

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