Evidence Case One: Near Death Experience
The case discusses four categories of common characteristics associated with Near-Death Experiences (NDEs) and explains them from the perspective of the Theory of Afterlife:
1. Being Outside the Body: Many NDE accounts involve the sensation of leaving the physical body and floating above it, known as an out-of-body experience (OBE). This phenomenon is considered real and not an illusion, with about 80 percent of NDE experiencers reporting it. The Theory of Afterlife suggests that this experience occurs because the mind transitions from a point in space to encompassing all of space and time at the end of life.
2. Memory: NDEs often include a life review, where individuals recall memories from their past. The Theory of Afterlife posits that memory is not limited by time or space and contains all moments from one's life, which becomes directly accessible at the end of life.
3. Awareness: NDEs are associated with heightened awareness, clear thinking, bright visions, and access to knowledge beyond normal means. The theory explains that awareness expands at the end of life to encompass all of time and space, allowing individuals to gain extraordinary insights.
4. Emotion: Near-Death Experiences are often characterized by overwhelming feelings of peace, unconditional love, well-being, and freedom from pain. While the emotional aspects of afterlife are difficult to describe precisely, NDE accounts suggest that it is a pleasant and enjoyable experience.
The Theory of Afterlife proposes that at the end of life, the mind undergoes a dimensional change, transitioning from a point in space and time to encompassing all of space and time, including memories and awareness. NDEs are seen as evidence of this transition, as they align with the theory's predictions.
In conclusion, the Theory of Afterlife provides a framework for understanding the common characteristics of NDEs and suggests that these experiences offer glimpses into what happens when the mind transitions to a state that encompasses all of time and space at the end of life.
Near Death Experience - Full Case