posted on Nov, 29 2011 @ 05:40 PM
I've wondered about what Steve Jobs saw ever since I heard about this in the news. The man had the money to go anywhere in the world, see anything
he wanted to.. his oh wow oh wow oh wow had to really be something. This wasn't someone who never left his block.
I also think that those who believe and those who don't believe in near death experiences are helping us and are much needed. Those who need more
proof are the reason that they will continue to study this and why we will learn more. And those who do find it resonates with them must be really
comforted by these accounts. I know I am but I want to know more... lots more...so we need the skeptics.
I've heard it chalked up to the chemicals released in brain at the end before. I guess my main question with that is if that is the real reason
behind it.. how repeatable is it? Which chemical is responsible and does it always produce several of the major points in a near death experience
(the Light, the meeting with deceased relatives, learning about Love, seeing books in a huge library, etc). Does that chemical produce those things
each and every time? Otherwise to me thats not the answer.
I accept that the brain is dying at the same time these experiences are taking place but that doesn't explain it to me either. Of course there are
chemical changes, of course there is not as much oxygen... if the body wasn't in distress it wouldn't be dying and no need for a near death
experience. We'd all be having them if the body wasn't in distress. And why is it that it seems during these NDEs that the brain is functioning
better than in everyday life? It seems very coherent, extra senses come into play that are normally asleep while we're alive (colors not normally
seen are able to be viewed, sounds unlike sounds here, etc.) I think there is something more to all this. Just my opinion.