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What the Near-Death Experience Reveals About Consciousness
P. M. H. Atwater, L.H.D.

During the twenty-two plus years I have been researching near-death states, I've been impressed by the degree to which episodes and aftereffects illustrate signs that suggest a transformation of consciousness has and continues to occur in the lives of experiencers. These signs are quite persuasive if you examine the four types of near-death experiences I discovered: initial, unpleasant and/or hellish, pleasant and/or heavenly, and transcendent, along with the subtle psychological profile that seems to go with each, as if predictive of who might have each type. I also consider that no matter how long without vital signs, the vast majority of experiencers revive not only with little or no brain damage but are somehow smarter than before. In shared and group death situations, more than one person can have the same or similar experience. Because numbers are increasing, and worldwide, the transformations associated with near-death states appear to model evolutionary changes in the human family.

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