posted on Sep, 8 2011 @ 02:28 AM
reply to post by Cannon
Here's why I say that. This woman's experience is no different than 100 other near death experiences I have read about. Is it real? Does it really
mean anything profound? No.. not really.. so it has helped her change her mind about some things in life but that's no big deal. Nothing she
experienced was or can be other than that quantified as "real"
She did what other NDE's do. Her brain took some of her knowledge and experiences and projected a since of well being to protect her from the trauma
she was experiencing. - Her mind is now rationalizing her experiences besed on past knowledge of her brain studies, but there is no proof in this that
her theories on the brain are correct via her experience.
Don't get me wrong, I do believe in human souls and higher forms of consciousness and beings as energy or at least that those things can be
personally real to the observer, You, but there is no science in this that proves it is reality. It's all in her head. If she's a better person for
it, then that's fine too.
We don't need such profound examples of something like this mixed with unproven science to tell us sometimes we should stop to smell the roses. Sure
that's a good thing but the way she mixes science with personal experience and tryes to claim they are one and the same turns me off.
edit on 8-9-2011 by JohnPhoenix because: sp