My Near-Death Experience
To understand a near-death experience, one has to understand what the scientific description of death is. The dictionary describes death as the cessation of all vital functions. It is described as the cause or occasion of loss of life. Near-death then would be close to the cessation of all vital functions or the cause of loss of life.
When a person is close to death, they are more strongly aware of the other side. Being able to see people on the other side and speak with them is part of the process.
Sometimes those otherworldly people invite the passing loved ones to come with them making it easier for them to leave the worldly body and become reborn in the spirit. The dying person goes on to their heavenly bodies and do not return to the physical body in the same way they were before.
There are some death experiences that do not necessarily end in the complete departure of the physical body. The spirit of that body may visit the other side and return to the body without completing a physical death and thus becomes a near-death experience.
Accidents, surgery and other experiences may be the cause of near-death experiences. Though the body goes through
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