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An unparalleled story that calls for the review of our belief system,
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Dying To Be Me: My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing (Taschenbuch)
This is a truely remarkable story that she has to share ! For those who already know a lot about this topic, this book however does not really bring much new information. But it very nicely fits without contradiction into the already known picture. What makes it so unique is that it shows us from a first hand experience the incredible power each (human) being has. But since we don't know (or rather believe) this, we unintentionally use it mostly to harm us ourselfs and then blame some 'external circumstances' for the outcome.
This story very well describes her personal background and the death process from a first person perspective. The part about the NDE is rather short and does not reveal what might come next. So to speak she was only 'knocking on heavens door', but even this glimpse she got and shared with us is astonishing ! From the medical point of view however she already passed the point of no return, since the body already was shutting down and noone ever got back to life from such a state.
The sceptics who claim that she hasn't been 'really' dead since if she was, she'd no longer would be amoung us, this book can't convince either. Those of them who had first hand access to the facts and can't deny or dismiss it call it 'remarkable', for those who hadn't, it might be nothing but another tale - the experience at best a malfunction of the brain, the healing a fortune. Since it is not in their experience space, they can not relate to it. Knowing comes by experiencing, believing by faith.
What was most remarkable was the part where she described her perception of the interweavedness of her life with those of others. Those who are still a babe in the woods about this topic may be tempted to simply dismiss this as a kind of personal hallucination. But what makes this so outstanding is the fact that it matches the description of an experience R. Monroe once had in a deep altered state to a T ! In science you'd call this an 'independent replication', which in science is accepted as proof of a theory. When it comes to NDE and the topic of afterlife however, our current established science accepts nothing as a proof.
The subtitle of the book nails it down to the point "I came back when I realized 'heaven' is a state, not a place." - that's the very reason for us being here - even if we sometimes wish we weren't 'cause life is challenging us to hard. Here again her story shows us that we might not be the innocent victim that is vulnerable to uncontrollable external circumstances.