Afterlife: Expert discusses 'feelings' in near-death experiences

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The woman, who was only introduced as Makaila to maintain her anonymity, has opened up about the harrowing yet profound accident. Makaila shared the details of her NDE with the Near-Death Experience Research Foundation (NDERF), claiming she was pushed to the brink of death only one month ago. She was driving home from work on a rainy night when her car spun out of control on a curve.

Makaila said: “My car took a small flight, went two-feet into the ground, flipped three times.

“By the third flip, I was ejected out of my vehicle and through the windshield.

“I thought it was a dream, until I was told that I was fully conscious the whole time.”

The next thing Makaila claims to remember is waking up in some otherworldly realm.

She compared it to a black room that had invisible walls beyond which she could see the stars.

The room was supposedly cold and dark but Makaila thought it felt nice.

She said: “I felt a presence behind me. I felt the presence was too comforting as if something was wrong.

“I was in my childhood body. But, I was pure white.

“The crease of ceilings connecting to the walls and the floor were like a shiny, overlapping, silver string.”

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Because of the unusual presence, Makaila wanted to leave the space and ran at the walls.

She said a door then opened and a bright light was on its other side.

As soon as she walked towards the light, Makaila woke up in an ambulance, covered in blood.

She said: “When I found out the true details of my accident, I was fully conscious and talking to the first responders.

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“But I had no memory of that. I just remembered that dream.

“The first responders I had met after my accident, all said they were sure I would have died from how bad the crash was, how much blood was all over the vehicle and myself, and with how bad my injuries were.”

Instead, Makaila claims to have only suffered a neck fracture, some gashes and a minor brain bleed.

After being admitted to hospital she was discharged in just three days.

But although incredible, medical experts would dispute the notion the experience was paranormal.

Scientists have put forward a number of theories to explain such NDEs.

One theory suggests NDE patients suffer from hallucinations caused by insufficient oxygen flow to the brain.

Another theory claims NDEs are hallucinations caused by brain cell death.

Whatever the case may be, Dr Neil Dagnall, a reader in Applied Cognitive Psychology at Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU), told NDEs can have a profound and sometimes deeply spiritual effect on people.

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