Most of my life, I’ve been on the fence about what happens when we die. But then I stumbled across a documentary on Netflix, simply called “Afterlife.”
After watching the full documentary, the overlapping interviews gave me a sense of hope. After living a long, full life, I feel more confident that I don’t have to be afraid when this chapter is over.
A simple wikipedia search on near death experiences will list out the common things that NDEs (near death experiences) have in common. One of those accounts from the documentary was from a neurosurgeon who says in detail how the things he experienced could not be written off simply as hallucinations.
When we’re in our final days, maybe the words of Tangina Barrons from Poltergeist (1982) will hold new meaning:
“Crossover children… all are welcome… all welcome… go into the light… there is peace and serenity in the light…”
Here’s a clip from the beginning of the documentary:
What are your thoughts about the afterlife? And what do you think about the accounts of NDEers?