In previous posts I’ve mentioned how some people appear to be ‘healed’ following their NDE. Indeed, Patient 10 in the hospital research that I conducted demonstrated such a healing. His right hand which had been in a permanently contracted position since birth is now fully opened – this should not be possible without having surgery to release the tendons which would be in a permanently shortened position.
Below are some other examples of NDEs where people have been healed.
Another fascinating case is that of Anita Moorjani who appears to have been healed from lymphoma after her NDE.
Thank you to follower of the blog, Tim for alerting me to the following cases which have been posted on youtube. If you click the links below you will see several cases of people who have apparently been healed following their NDE.
The documentary tells how Will Barton, who fell while attempting to cut the top off a giant tree. He fell, hit the ground and was instantly paralyzed. Dr Henry Grey, his neurologist, felt that his chances of recovery were slim.
Will was on the verge of suicide. Since he wasn’t able to move, he could not attempt it. His depression was so great, that he asked his mother to suffocate him. His mother refused to obey that wish, because of her love for him. Even with family support, his mood did not improve.
Days later, a medical worker accidentally tilted his bed too fast, causing his blood to rush to his head. He passed out, and his heart stopped beating.
Instantly, he went from a dark lonely feeling to brilliant light. He went down a tunnel and was met by luminous beings, some of which were his relatives. Peace surrounded him and he was told that he had a choice. In the presence of such love, he couldn’t give up. He decided to go back to his life and to his body. Will was revived.
He came back, still paralyzed, still with the same bleak diagnosis, but something was different. His NDE had impacted him intensely. His family and everyone around him noticed the difference. Even though he was still paralyzed, he now had a positive outlook. It took years of painful therapy, to make each advancement, but eventually he was able to walk again.
Will attributes his recovery to his family, to their prayers, and his NDE. Clearly, NDEs can affect patients for the better. They should not be ignored.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bbyjtxq2Z4&feature=relmfu the experience starts at 10.38 and part two follows
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1b49_EWfkp0&feature=relmfu part three is there as well
In the following clip Jennifer’s brain appears to have been rewired and her seizures decreased and eventually disappeared:
If just one or two cases such as this are reported then they are very easily dismissed or explained away. However, to me the important thing is that the number of these cases is becoming increasingly reported and cumulatively these cases now appear to be good evidence that something occurs during a NDE that is conducive to healing.
Let’s not ignore these very important aspects of the NDE. These should be scientifically investigated as there is great potential to compliment modern medical techniques which would be conducive to a faster healing process and potentially shorter hospital admission times – something which would be welcomed by most people.