Near Death Experiencers - Laura
(Jax., Florida, USA)
Near Death Experience
I had the typical NDE. I died on the operating table, found myself in front of a tunnel that was pitch black. There was no light at the end of it and no deceased relatives or friends waiting for me.
I've always had empathic abilities so no surprise that I felt something very sinister in the blackness of the tunnel. I refused to go in the tunnel. It seemed like I was just standing there in front of it for a day but subconsciously I knew that it had only been minutes.
I was very aware that I had passed over.
Finally a light appeared over my head and engulfed me, it communicated with me like a psychic whisper that I wasn't supposed to be there. I remember feeling so safe and warm in the light, it felt like home. I did not want to leave the light.
Obviously, I was resuscitated. But I immediately was depressed that I was no longer in the light. I'm very curious about the after effects on NDEr's as I've had quite a few strange things happening.
I have to keep my cell phone on a charger now, I can drain it in 2 minutes. My husband handing me his brand new phone to test my theory, took me 5 minutes to drain its battery. I've had problems with computers either running excruciatingly slow, stopping all together, or running crazy glitchy like.
I've also discovered that I am greatly stimulated by binaural beats. I've listened to them prior to my NDE but they never seemed to work for me. Now when I listen to them my brain or head starts feeling really tingly and fuzzy like.
Has any kind of research ever been done on the effects of binaural beats on NDEr's?
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