AngelicView: I have been looking for this particular NDE to share with you. I remembered reading it a long time ago, and didn’t remember where to find it. Well, today’s the day my friends. This is very special!
It’s not what happened during Linda Stewart’s NDE that was so unusual – it’s what happened after it. Here’s the story from after her NDE:
A curious manifestation after my near-death experience was that I began seeing a white glow and glint of lights around people and objects. Because I had had so many physical anomalies during my illness, I assumed the “lights” were another, optical side effect of the illness. I was later shown that the lights were far more than that.
AngelicView: Bentinho Massaro was true to his word when he told us that he was going to make Trinfinity Academy, the course set for Enlightenment and Empowerment which was developed by Bentinho and his wonderful team, FREE for all. (Yes, this used to be a paid member only course.)
Apparently, they will be revamping the website to make a new design that will reflect this change. But the Academy can now be accessed for free. So there is no need to create an account or sign in. Just start clicking and go!
AngelicView:Dr. Eben Alexander isn’t the only Doc who has experienced an NDE. Here we have Physicist Dr. Alan Hugenot being interviewed about his Afterlife Experience and what he has taken from it – much of it from a science perspective.
He had a part in “Beyond Our Sight“, but I was glad to see a full interview of just him.
Alan Hugenot was 21 years old in 1970, when he had a near-fatal motorcycle accident. He had a serious head injury, and was unconscious for 8 hours.
“I went directly into the presence of a brilliant white Light, which radiated a feeling of warmth and unconditional love. It was a consciousness without form. It was like being Home – I had known this Light Being for thousands of years. This was the best place I’ve ever been. There was no pain, no anguish, no worries. It was more real than life here – this life is the illusion.”
The Light told him that as a physics student, Alan was too concerned abouthow things work. “The purpose of life is to understand why, not just how. Figure it out with your heart, not just your mind.”
Then the Light told Alan he had to return. He was not finished with what he had to do on earth. Alan did not want to come back, but had no choice. “There are things we came here to do. We can’t stay there until we’re finished with what we have to do here.”
Alan says he was profoundly influenced by his NDE, becoming less competitive and materialistic. He went on to earn a Doctorate of Science in Mechanical Engineering, and became a nationally recognized expert in applied physics & engineering science.
Alan has spent over 40 years collating research onconsciousness survival and the afterlife, including NDE’s, reincarnation, past life regression therapy, after-death communications and the supporting theories of quantum mechanics. His research is collected in his new book, The Death Experience: What It Is Like When You Die, which “provides the lay reader with the underlying principles of physics, postulating a scientific basis for, and location of, the afterlife.”
Modern studies repeatedly suggest that a significant proportion of people in the Western world now believe in reincarnation.
Although this phenomenon can be traced back to various esoteric movements that flourished from the second half of the 19th century, it gained significant ground with the explosion of popular interest in Eastern spiritual approaches in the 60s. And it was reinforced by a proliferation of therapists offering to regress people into their past lives.
“School failed me, and I failed the school. It bored me. The teachers behaved like Feldwebel (sergeants). I wanted to learn what I wanted to know, but they wanted me to learn for the exam. What I hated most was the competitive system there, and especially sports. Because of this, I wasn’t worth anything, and several times they suggested I leave.
This was a Catholic School in Munich. I felt that my thirst for knowledge was being strangled by my teachers; grades were their only measurement. How can a teacher understand youth with such a system?
From the age of twelve I began to suspect authority and distrust teachers. I learned mostly at home, first from my uncle and then from a student who came to eat with us once a week. He would give me books on physics and astronomy.
The more I read, the more puzzled I was by the order of the universe and the disorder of the human mind, by the scientists who didn’t agree on the how, the when, or the why of creation.