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    Have you had Premonitions, OBE or Other...?

    Before, during or after your injury did you experience any of the following: Premonitions,
    Out of Body Experience or Other...?


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    Join Date
    Aug 2001
    4 corners, NM, USA
    yes i have,,,but then you knew that,,,tedEbear

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    I´ve had a hangover or two....but I guess that doesn´t count.

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    Dr. Raymond Moody's research The person whose best-selling book Life After Life first focused public attention in 1975 on the near-death experience and what it is telling the medical profession is Dr. Raymond A. Moody. Dr. Moody recorded and compared the experiences of 150 persons who died, or almost died, and then recovered. His research describes the results of decades of inquiry into the near-death experience. He outlines nine elements that generally occur during the near-death experience. A strange sound. A buzzing or ringing noise, while having a sense of being dead Peace and painlessness. While people are dying, they may be in intense pain, but as soon as they leave the body the pain vanishes and they experience peace.

    Out-of-body experience. The dying often have the sensation of rising up and floating above their own body while surrounded by a medical team and watching it down below, feeling comfortable. They experience the feeling of being in a spiritual body that looks like a sort of living energy field. The tunnel experience.

    The next experience is that of being drawn into darkness through a tunnel, at an extremely high speed, until reaching a realm of radiant golden-white light. Rising rapidly into the heavens. Instead of a tunnel, some people report rising suddenly into the heavens and seeing the earth and the celestial sphere as they would be seen by astronauts in space. People of light. Once on the other side of the tunnel, or after they have risen into the heavens, the dying meet people who glow with an inner light. Often they find that friends and relatives who have already died are there to greet them. The being of light. After meeting the people of light, the dying often meet a powerful spiritual being whom some have called God, Jesus, or an angel. Also, although they sometimes report feeling scared, they do not sense that they were on the way to hell or that they fell into it.

    The life review. The being of light presents the dying with a panoramic review of everything they have done. In particular, they relive every act they have ever done to other people and come away feeling that love is the most important thing in life. Reluctance to return. The being of light sometimes tells the dying that they must return to life. Other times, they are given a choice of staying or returning. In either case, they are reluctant to return. The people who choose to return do so only because of loved ones they do not wish to leave behind.

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    I know a practicing attorney in the San Fernando Valley who had a premonition a week before his injury. For an entire week he was looking up at the sky concerned that something was going to hit him on the head or neck. It got so bad that he decided to see a psychiatrist about it. A week later he broke his neck body surfing.


    Addendum: David's injury I think is C-5.

    [This message was edited by PN on December 17, 2001 at 09:05 PM.]

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