What Near-Death Experiences Teach Us

Screenshot from video

Screenshot from video

AngelicView: This was a really great presentation by David Sunfellow incorporating many of my favorite NDE stories – and some new ones, too. Wonderful for people who are new to NDE’s and for those who have been studying them for years.

This groundbreaking presentation weaves together life-changing insights from many NDErs and NDE researchers, including Dr. Jeffrey Long, Dr. Jan Holden, Amy Call, Ryan Rampton, Anita Moorjani, Rachel E., Mellen-Thomas Benedict, Anne Horn, Dr. Kenneth Ring, Reinee Pasarow, Lorna Byrne, Cami Renfrow, Wesley Ray Wyatt, Amphianda Baskett, Howard Storm, Barbara Harris Whitfield, and Alon Anava. Based on over four decades of research, this one-hour presentation:

• Illustrates how many people, worldwide, are reporting NDEs

• Summarizes the work of Dr. Jeffrey Long and Dr. Jan Holden

• Discusses the ineffable and contradictory nature of NDEs

• Explains the purpose of life according to near-death experiences

• Describes how encounters with The Light and The Life Review represent two different, critically important perspectives that need to be incorporated into our lives

• Emphasizes the transformative power of humor, angelic encounters, and prayer

• Provides an overview of the core NDE truths presented in NDEs

• Includes 10 NDE-based suggestions for connecting with God

• Discusses shadow issues, and hellish and distressing near-death experiences, and provides practical suggestions for how to deal with both

• Illuminates the terrible challenges that many near-death experiencers face and describes how these crippling issues can be handled

This sweeping presentation also includes a transcript so those who are interested can study it in depth, track everything shared back to source people and materials, and use it for study groups.

The home page for this presentation, which includes links to all the references contained therein, is located here:



3 thoughts on “What Near-Death Experiences Teach Us

  1. Reblogged this on The Last Wave: A NDE and commented:
    Shannon at Angelic View has written an outstanding article and provided a video that provides a plethora of knowledge about NDEs. The similarities of occurrences that NDErs feel and live to tell, are astounding and an added testament to the sacred knowledge shared by those who have had a NDE, where they visited the afterlife.

  2. A good article Shannon , suicide like all aspects of our existence is multifaceted . Is it pre planned before birth or the result of failure to complete what is contracted ? No, although like an athlete the soul may wish to triumph over circumstances that have led to failure in the past.
    Many years ago whilst training in a hospital in Liverpool I was on the 5th floor early in the morning before the city came to life . Looking out across to the sister hospital a man came out. For some reason I was intrigued and as I watched him became aware of his mind. It was in utter confusion and his desire was to stop it going out of control, it was literally driving him nuts. I realised there was great danger so called the police to tell them a man was going to kill himself unless they acted fast. The man caught a bus and for a moment I thought he was safe until a few moments later he jumped off the bus and threw himself under another holding his hands to his head in hopelessness .
    A few hours later the police called around to interview me because of the time difference between the call and the event. They were puzzled but put their pens away, then told me the evens before my call.
    The man woke up at his parents house complaining of a pain in his stomach, went directly by bus to the emergency hospital but because it was the time of changing shifts had to wait. Then he lost control hit a nurse and left. At that point I took up the story. I wondered at his state of mind, it was just out of control and his death was not planned, it was just to end the torment.
    Could he have pre planned such a thing from before birth ?

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