Near Death Experience Quotes by Stephenie Meyer, Veronica Roth, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Marci Shimoff, Phil Keoghan and many others.
You look tired.” “Yeah,” I agreed, and shrugged. “Near-death experiences do that to me . . .
And I’m the kind of person who does not let inconsequential things like boys and near death experiences stop her.
DonвЂ™t yell at me when I just survived a near-death experience. (Abbie)
I’m a really cautious person, so I don’t let myself get into near-death experiences. I’m not into the idea of skydiving or anything.
I believe love is why we’re here on the planet and that ultimately it’s our purpose for life. They say people who’ve had near-death experiences often report back that at the end of our lives we have a life review and we’re asked one question, and that question is, how much did you love?
I’ve always been about setting goals. Then when I had a near death experience at nineteen, it made it even more important to strive to achieve certain things.
Sometimes a little near death experience helps them put things into perspective.
When I experience something, I believe it. I almost choked to death when I was a four year old and had a near death experience. I was very upset that I didn’t die because it was a lot more interesting out of your body than in it.
I had this crazy, a bit of a near-death experience in Estonia. I had these visions of the future but I was in this state where I felt the past, the present, and the future were all happening at the same time.
Very often, (in near-death experiences) the person encounters a divine or angelic being. This may be described as Christ, an angel, even God.
I was watching Maury Povich the other day. He had these people on who say that they’ve had near death experiences. Do you ever notice they always say the same thing? ‘I remember seeing this really bright, white light.’ It’s like, of course, you pinhead, it’s the paramedic looking in your pupils with a penlight.
The dissemination of pseudoscience, including such things as the fascination with near-death experiences and the growing belief by Americans — 34 percent of them — in reincarnation are dangerous. They help to break down the standards of reason.
If I lived a billion years more, in my body or yours, there’s not a single experience on Earth that could ever be as good as being dead. Nothing.
Obituaries are like near-death experiences for cowards.
Death is nothing more than a doorway, something you walk through.
As a neurosurgeon, I did not believe in the phenomenon of near-death experiences.
After you die, you wear what you are.
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