Near death experiences: Raymond Moody's classic Life After Life

If you've heard of near death experiences (NDEs), you probably know that they're a major form of evidence that consciousness can survive the death of the body. In the podcast episode below, we'll go through Raymond Moody's classic 1975 book Life After Life, in which he details 15 characteristics of the NDE.




I'll read stories he includes in his book about people hearing themselves pronounced dead, leaving their bodies, meeting a being of light, having life reviews, and more remarkable experiences. Some people even relate evidence to their doctors or others afterwards, giving details of the procedure -- or even what was happening in other rooms of the hospital -- that they couldn't know through ordinary means.





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