Andrew, "Hey Art, here's another study I read about yesterday. (CC, you might be interested in this one also as it involves so-called "negative" NDEs.) The study attempts to categorize different types of NDE experiences and which kinds of people experience which type. Pretty interesting." Distressing Near-Death Experiences, http://iands.org/about-ndes/distressing-ndes.html Okay, How and why did you end up on the IANDS site? I've known about this site for like 13 years - but somehow you ended up on it? Were you looking for information on this stuff on your own? Most negative NDE's turn positive if they last long enough. It's when they call out for the Light that the Light appears. The door is never closed. There is no "last chance." Art
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