How Learning About Death Can Help You Live Better
Did you know that learning about near-death experiences (NDEs) can improve your health and help you live better?
Learning about near-death experiences (NDEs) can profoundly affect your life and well-being. New research suggests that even individuals who haven’t experienced an NDE can benefit from learning about them. People who have reported NDEs consistently show positive aftereffects, and it’s remarkable that similar outcomes are possible for those who simply learn about these experiences. Understanding NDEs can lead to significant shifts in one’s perspective, creating a deeper appreciation for life, death, and spirituality. It’s impressive how such exploration can contribute to personal growth and a more fulfilling life.
What’s a Near-Death Experience?
A near-death experience (NDE) is when a person is clinically dead and returns to life. These events often occur during imminent death or intense emotional or physical turmoil. Throughout history, NDEs have been well documented, revealing themes of out-of-body experiences, heightened senses, and a deep spiritual connection.
The aftereffects of NDEs are nothing short of transformative. Many NDErs report intense unity, serenity, bliss, love, and a profound connection with an unconditionally loving light. Some describe undergoing a vivid “life review,” which imparts an underlying sense of purpose and understanding. While integration requires time and reflection, most NDErs view their experiences as beneficial and one of the most impactful moments of their lives. To gain incredible firsthand insights, watch the extraordinary NDE videos below.
Who has NDEs?
NDEs transcend boundaries and can be experienced by individuals across the globe, regardless of age, race, background, education level, religion, or spiritual practice. Research suggests that the prevalence of reported NDEs can range from 12% to 40% of the population, indicating a significant number of individuals who have encountered these extraordinary experiences. In fact, millions of NDE reports have been documented in the United States alone, highlighting the widespread nature of this phenomenon.
9 Ways NDEs Can Benefit You
How does learning about death improve your life and well-being? Having a near-death experience and exploring NDEs can be profoundly empowering and transformative. Learning about NDEs opens a realm of possibilities that offer many benefits.
1. Feel Connected
One of the most significant benefits of near-death experiences is the deep sense of connection they impart. NDEs offer a paradigm shift into the interconnectedness of all existence, transcending the illusion of separation. You’re immersed in oneness with the world and beyond through an NDE, where the boundaries between self and others dissolve. This extraordinary shift in perception fosters an outpouring of love, compassion, and connection in all aspects of your life. It fundamentally alters your reality, allowing you to tap into a powerful, supportive energy that empowers you to co-create the outcomes you deserve.
“I’m not my body, my race, religion, or other beliefs, and neither is anyone else. The authentic self is infinite and much more powerful — a complete entity that isn’t broken or damaged. The infinite me already contains all the resources I need to navigate through life because I’m One with Universal energy. In fact, I am Universal energy.” — Anita Moorjani
2. Express Unconditional Love
Near-death experiences often feel an overwhelming sense of pure, all-encompassing, and unconditional love. After an NDE, many people find themselves unburdened by previously held attachments and conditions. They transform their perceptions and express themselves more as conduits of universal love, marked by forgiveness and compassion. This perspective can elevate one’s vibrational frequency, leading to more open, honest, and meaningful relationships. A NDE’s experience can redefine how they connect and relate to others, creating a ripple effect of love and understanding in their interactions.
“I believe love is why we’re here on the planet and that ultimately it’s our purpose for life. People who’ve had near-death episodes often report back that at the end of our lives we have a life review, and we’re asked one question… how much did you love?” — Marci Shimoff
3. Become More Spiritual
Having and learning about near-death experiences can profoundly impact your spirituality. NDEs shift your perspective to new possibilities and potential. Discovering deeper spiritual truths helps you understand who you are and why you’re here. Many NDErs feel connected to something larger than themselves, which leads to a more spiritual perspective, a greater sense of purpose, and deeper levels of healing that benefit your health and well-being. For further insights, check out Secrets for Earth School Success.
“From a spiritual perspective, I see NDEs as an initiation into a much larger reality. The N-D experience is a portal that opens up a person to psychic and spiritual gifts.” — Jeffrey Long
4. Experience Timelessness
After near-death experiences, individuals often develop a sense of timelessness. Whether through personal encounters or learning about NDEs, many identify less with their physical bodies and perceive themselves as immortal souls. They understand that inhabiting a physical form provides an opportunity to acquire vital lessons for soul evolution. Consequently, many NDErs embrace a more mindful and present way of living.
“Death is a rebirth into a spirit world of light and love, a transition from the physical to the spiritual… It’s a joyful homecoming to our natural home.” — Betty Eadie
5. Let Go of Fear
NDEs facilitate the release of fear. Fear often acts as a major barrier to experiencing joy and living authentically. It manifests in our apprehensions of failure, rejection, death, and change, among other things, restricting us from pursuing our desires and embracing our true selves. However, through personal NDE encounters or gaining knowledge about NDEs, death is perceived as an integral part of life’s journey. This transformative realization empowers us to live more fully, embracing life without the limitations imposed by fear.
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6. Improve Health & Well-Being
Near-death experiences positively impact your health and well-being. Research indicates that individuals with a NDE exhibit healthier lifestyle choices, increased happiness, and improved overall well-being. They’re more likely to adopt healthier eating habits, live better, and successfully quit harmful habits such as drinking and smoking. With a shift in perspective, NDErs often embrace life with greater purpose and prioritize conscious connections, such as spending time in nature and engaging in meditation.
“I am living proof that the NDE can change your life for the better. Since my NDE, I have made major changes in my life. I have quit smoking, drinking, and eating meat. I now meditate and pray regularly. As a result, I am happier and healthier than I have ever been.” — Anita Moorjani
7. Forgive & Heal
NDEs help you see the world from a fresh perspective, which can help you forgive yourself and others. Following an NDE, many people feel more love and compassion toward others. They recognize the interconnectedness of all beings and the shared journey of learning and growth. Consequently, NDErs are more inclined to practice forgiveness, extending it even to those who may have caused them harm.
“My near-death experience showed me that forgiveness is one of the most powerful things we can do. It not only heals us, but it also heals those who have hurt us.” — Raymond Moody
8. Appreciate Life More
When you know death is not the end, life becomes much more precious and enjoyable. After a NDE, many people appreciate life and everything they have more. They experience increased awareness, purpose, gratitude, and joy. These changes can improve mental, physical, and spiritual health. By releasing grudges, resentments, and attachments to material possessions, there’s space to cherish simple pleasures and embrace life to the fullest.
“My NDE changed my life. I no longer sweat the small stuff and I appreciate life much more. I also have a greater sense of purpose and a strong desire to help others.” — Anita Moorjani
9. Love, Create & Expand
One of the remarkable gifts of having and learning about near-death experiences is the profound opening to love and creativity. NDEs enable people to embrace their role as spiritual beings having a human experience. Following an NDE, many people feel a sense of connection and exhibit increased love and compassion toward themselves and others. Their creativity flourishes as they feel inspired and deeply connected to their intuition. These changes can contribute to improved mental and emotional well-being and unlock greater creativity in all facets of life.
“We don’t realize that we are perfect just the way we are. We are born perfect, but spend a lifetime trying to be something we are not, and then feel inadequate for failing. Your only purpose is to BE YOURSELF, otherwise you will deprive the universe of who you came here to be.” — Anita Moorjani Dying to be Me
Discover More About NDEs
Continue learning about near-death experiences by watching the videos of Anita Moorjani and Betty Eadie’s incredibly detailed NDEs and checking out the resources below.
- The International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS) is the leading NDE research, education, and support organization.
- Near Death Experience Research Foundation (NDERF) is an excellent resource for info about near-death experiences.
- The Academy of Consciousness Studies offers a variety of resources on near-death experiences, including books, articles, and video interviews.
Anita Moorjani’s NDE
Watch The HEAL Podcast with Anita Moorjani — A Near Death Experience, Spontaneously Healing Cancer, and Living Life Without Fear.
In 2006, after four years of battling cancer, Anita’s body went into a coma. After being rushed to the hospital, the oncologist delivered a grim prognosis to her husband, saying, “Your wife’s heart may still be beating, but she’s not really there. It’s too late to save her. Her organs have already shut down. The tumors have grown to the size of lemons throughout her lymphatic system, from the base of her skull to below her abdomen. Her brain is filled with fluid, as are her lungs. And as you can see, her skin has developed lesions that are weeping with toxins. She won’t even make it through the night.” Despite the dire predictions, Anita defied the odds, surviving to recount her inspiring NDE.
Betty Eadie’s NDE
In 1973, Betty Eadie died following routine surgery. After undergoing what’s been called “the most profoundly detailed near-death experience ever recorded.” Betty has since authored multiple books, sharing the profound insights she received in the spirit world about God, human existence, the purpose of life, and the afterlife. Among the powerful messages she received, one stands out: the importance of learning to “love one another.” Betty’s NDE has catalyzed the spreading of this crucial message of love and unity to the world.