We have heard of many weird anecdotes of people who returned to life from Near Death Experience (NDE). They speak of seeing a tunnel, dead relatives, a bright light, or seeing their own past lives like a flash before their eyes.
Some, awakened from the state of comma, tell about ‘floating out of their body’ or watching the doctors and nurses trying to revive them.
Near-death experiences (NDEs) happen when persons are clinically dead, their heart has stopped beating, and their brain stopped functioning.
None of us have any tangible idea about life after death except what we learn from religious texts and anecdotes of certain people.
There is no scientific evidence to prove the authenticity of ‘life after death.’
The majority of the medical and scientific experts have maintained the NDE phenomenon as simply a normal reaction to intolerable stress. Yet, many doctors support the existence of life after death based on the close encounters they had with the experiences of people revived out of NDE.
A New German Study Vouch For Life After Death As A Sure Certainty
A team of psychologists and doctors led by Dr. Berthold Ackermann at the Technische Universität of Berlin has recently announced verified scientific evidence for life after death. They claim to have solved the puzzle; ‘Is there life after death?’
According to them, their clinical experimentation has proven that life after death exists in some form.
This announcement by the team is based on the live experiments of supervised near-death experiences in 100s of volunteers over a period of 4 years trial. The volunteers had to undergo medically induced clinical death lasting for 20 minutes before they are revived back to life. Interestingly, the volunteers were chosen from different religious and ethnic backgrounds.
Doctors used a combination of drugs such as dimethyltryptamine and epinephrine which allow the body to survive during the period of induced clinical death till its revival back to life.
A new cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) machine (AutoPulse, made only just recently) was used in the experiments; this new CPR helps to resuscitate people who had been clinically dead for 40 minutes to one hour.
After the complete resuscitation process, the patients’ experience during the period of induced comatose was questioned and analyzed by the team. The results and analysis of their experiences reported by each participant revealed similarity and commonality. Most of them retained clear memories of what happened during the period of a comma, except a few who could not recollect anything much.
The doctors noted that the religious and cultural beliefs of the people did not have any bearing on the experience the subjects had during NDE.
Through this experiment, the team led by Dr. Ackermann was able to establish significant proofs that strengthen the notion of life after death. The study revealed the dualistic existence of the mind (soul) and body, clear evidence that establishes the existence of the afterlife.
Dr. Ackermann said, “I know our results could disturb the beliefs of many people. But in a way, we have just answered one of the greatest questions in the history of mankind, so I hope these people will be able to forgive us. Yes, there is life after death and it looks like this applies to everyone.”
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