How do people who have experienced clinical death describe it?

How do people who have experienced clinical death describe it?

People Who Have Been Clinically Dead Share Their Experiences (r/AskReddit)

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Answer 1
January, 2021

Yes, this is really absolute peace, not confidence that everything will be fine, not indifference, but absolute, universal peace. I did not have a recorded clinical death, but there was a state of leaving the body, I saw from the side my body lying on the couch, a doctor leaning towards me, an elderly woman who was measuring my blood pressure at that moment, I hear her words: “This cannot be. .. "And my feelings - even, absolute peace ..., somewhere in the background of the thought that I have a six-year-old child, and in the sensations there are no emotions, anxiety for him. But this is not indifference, and not tranquility, not detachment, but exactly equal peace. I don't know how else it can be described in what words. And then it was as if a toggle switch was turned on in my temple and the understanding that I was recovering. Although, in fact, for a very long time there was a bad feeling, but at the same time there was this feeling of recovery. This happened to me at the very beginning of the 80s, then there were no books and programs on these topics, I didn't even really understand what happened to me. I remember that when I saw myself from the side, I saw that there was a small hole on the tights, when I came home after being discharged from the hospital, the first thing I did was take a needle and thread and sewed this hole up. In ordinary life, I would not have noticed her for a long time, she is very small and in a secluded place on tights, and in that state I saw her quite clearly.

Answer 2
January, 2021

I had clinical death in childhood. The heart stopped during the fall. As I remember now ... the sensations were strange, there was some kind of lightness, there were no tunnels) I literally flew after the running mother across the site, she screamed for help. From that moment on, I do not even for a second doubt that a person has a soul / consciousness.

Answer 3
January, 2021

Yes. They describe it in different ways, but on the whole they agree on one thing, when the heart stopped, they felt peace, absolute peace and tranquility, they had no anxiety, no worries, they understood that everything would be fine and calmly accepted what is happening to them. (From the experience of a person who has experienced clinical death twice).

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