Over the years I've come to learn that many people have had a death experience and they remain silent about it for
one good reason or another. The main reason, I believe, is the ridicule from friends and family, and the worry that any disclosure
might just prevent any advancement in a professional career. Another reason is that some people having a near death experience
have a profound character change and want to share their experience with anyone passing by - which at times - might come across
as some form of schizophrenia when viewing their mannerisms and rhetoric by non-NDE'rs. Certainly, no one wants to be associated
with any kind of psychotic disorder. Yes, those are several good reasons for a person to remain silent who had a near death
experience. It is not a psychotic disorder, it is not a hallucination, and it is an experience that everyone will someday
There are many questions that NDE'rs have about their experience. After over 40 years of research I have found
many of the answers to those questions, and present the answers in my book. I too had a near death experience. The book is
written for other NDE'rs (and researchers) to acclimate themselves to a new mindset -after a life changing experience.
You are not alone in what happened. Keep in mind that all over the world, as you are reading these words, people are having
a near death experience. All religions, all cultures, all races, all languages, in the jungles of New Guinea to the streets
of Paris, people are experiencing "the change". They too are catching a glimpse at what you and I already know.
But, there are many questions. And, the main one is: Where did I go?
I'm certain you will find this book very helpful
as you move forward with your life. You will come to know that the feelings and questions you have are actually shared by