posted on Oct, 4 2012 @ 07:06 PM
Your question is an overly simplistic one. "Everyone" assumes too much for the question to be valid, which of course is standard scientific
People experience what they need to experience. Many with a NDE are folks who, given the chance, will simply vacate the body at that moment. While
freewill is always in order, the folks they meet while consciously out of the body are nearly always aspects of themselves who are there to see if
they can suggest staying in the body. But not everyone needs to be convinced, some just flee back. The process isn't like ordering cable, everyone's
experience is unique with the circumstances that surround it being complex.
Another problem with your question is memory of the event. People can experience all manner of things without a recall of it, so "everyone" presumes
a perfect recall for everyone.
The most glaring problem with the thinking here is that everyone wants to speak about things. A great many of us experience all manner of things
everyday we simply have no need or desire to speak of. Why do I care if someone I don't know knows about my NDE? I surely don't care enough to write
So using the term "everyone" simply assumes several things that inhibit your understanding of things that, since you haven't had one, will be
limited at best.
These events are personal, they are not for science or others to hang their hat on and proclaim something monumental about the cosmos. Many try and
explain, in their own way, but not for the listener to really and truly understand, but as an expression of experience. Many who speak of their
experiences are not articulate, have no real way of putting into words the unwordable. In the end the expression of the event is, at best, a severely
limited experience on both sides.
You can't possibly understand what it is like to drop the game winning hit in the world series, you can't, yet you don't question the person who
describes his ill-fated effort. These stories should be treated the same, but too often we see questions like, "oh yeah, well how come
everyone.....?" which only demonstrates ignorance of the truth of personal experience.