Children of the light book. Children of the light: the near-death experiences of children.
Children of the light book. by. Cherie Sutherland.
Near-death experiences and dissociation: Two cases. Journal of Near-Death Studies, 12, 85–94. Sutherland, C. (1995). New York, NY: Bantam Books. Reborn in the light: Life after near-death experiences.
Her book is a welcome addition to the literature on NDEs in the young and, as with her earlier work, demonstrates an obvious con tinuity with the findings already reported by investigators such as Nancy Evans Bush and Melvin Morse who pioneered studies of NDEs in children.
Some people report a near-death experience (NDE) after a life-threatening crisis. Occurrence of the experience was not associated with duration of cardiac arrest or unconsciousness, medication, or fear of death before cardiac arrest. We aimed to establish the cause of this experience and assess factors that affected its frequency, depth, and content. In a prospective study, we included 344 consecutive cardiac patients who were successfully resuscitated after cardiac arrest in ten Dutch hospitals. We compared demographic, medical, pharmacological, and psychological data between patients who reported NDE and patients who did not (controls) after resuscitation.
A near-death experience (NDE) is a personal experience associated with death or impending death. When positive, such experiences may encompass a variety of sensations including detachment from the body, feelings of levitation, total serenity, security, warmth, the experience of absolute dissolution, and the presence of a light. When negative, such experiences may include sensations of anguish and distress. NDEs are a recognized part of some transcendental and religious beliefs in an afterlife.
by Cherie Sutherland (Author), Kenneth Ring (Foreword). Transformed By the Light: The Powerful Effect of Near-Death Experiences on People's Lives Hardcover.
She experienced a near-death episode while stuck in the birth canal that infused her with a lifelong mission to. .Atwater shows that understanding the near-death experiences of children can help us prepare for a quantum leap in the evolution of humanity.
She experienced a near-death episode while stuck in the birth canal that infused her with a lifelong mission to educate children in ways that would empower them. She suffered frequent parental and sibling abuse as a youngster, but what hurt her the most was her inability to communicate her visions and her inner knowing. Among her books are Coming Back to Life and Beyond the Light.
Near death experiences and what they teach u. The body is a universe of incredible light. Spirit is not pushing us to dissolve this body. When she regained consciousness, a resonance of the experience remained. That is not what is happening. She felt lonely when she realized the things people around her were talking about had no substance in comparison to the profound truth she just experienced. But then she remembered the first message, that people love as much as they are able to.