Lessons from the Light: What We Can Learn from the near-Death Experience

By Kenneth Ring; Evelyn Elsaesser Valarino | Go to book overview
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Index
Accidents
details of settings, 64
fall from airplane, recounting of, 146
ADCs (after-death communications), 266-270
"Adele," 268-269
Afterdeath: see Afterlife
Aftereffects of NDEs, 6, 123-144
anticompetitiveness, 126
antimaterialism, 126
appreciation for life, 125
belief in God, 127
concern for others, 125
conflict following
"Sally," 33-36
Tomsik, Steve, 36-41, 50
connecting to NDE, 143-144
consciousness and paranormal functioning, changes in, 127-129
electrical sensitivity, 129
energetic shifts, 130
fear of death, 127
first study on, x
healing gifts, 128-129
hyperesthesia, 129-130
hypoarousal, 130
knowledge, quest for, 126
kundalini activation, 130
life after death, conviction of, 127
mental awareness, expanded, 128
Aftereffects of NDEs (cont.)
neurological and brain changes, 130-131, 315n. 12
paranormal sensitivities, 128
physiological and neurological changes, 129-131
psychologicaland behavioralchanges, 124-127
psychological profile shared by NDErs, 123
religious orientation, changes in: see Religious orientation, changes in
reverence for life, 125
self-acceptance, 125
self-portraits, 132-143
sense of purpose, 126
spirituality, 126
studies on, 2-3
Afterlife
belief in, 276 NDE testimony, impact of, 277-280
visualizations of, 280-283
After the Beyond (Flynn), 201-202
AIDS sufferers, 254-255
Allergies, 129
All That Jazz (film), 1
"Andrea": see Beaumont, Andrea
"Angela," 228-229
"Ann" and "Tari," 260-261, 269-270
Anticompetitiveness, aftereffect of NDEs, 126

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