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To wish I had a NDE and ask about yours?

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pizzayum Tue 13-Mar-18 17:03:37

I'm a little bit obsessed by reading about NDE experiences

I really would love to have one

If you've had one, what happened?

pizzayum Tue 13-Mar-18 17:22:23

Nobody?

5foot5 Tue 13-Mar-18 17:23:34

NDE?

Cornettoninja Tue 13-Mar-18 17:29:57

Near death experience? Can't say it's a position I would like to put myself in to experience...

Have you looked into lucid dreaming? Much safer although not really the same thing. Still very wooooo though.

pizzayum Tue 13-Mar-18 17:32:48

Yes I have tried lucid dreaming but unsuccessfully

I'm not going to try and have an NDE or anything

Just wish I knew what happened at death

5foot5 Tue 13-Mar-18 17:34:14

Near death experience?

But that would make the last "E" redundant. Near Death Experience experience.

And if it is that why on earth would you want to be in a position where you were "near death"!!

PavlovianLunge Tue 13-Mar-18 17:36:42

But that would make the last "E" redundant. Near Death Experience experience.

Like PIN number and TSB Bank, both of which irritate me more than they should.

<misses point of thread>

Cornettoninja Tue 13-Mar-18 17:39:03

But that would make the last "E" redundant. Near Death Experience experience

Hmm fair point 🤔

DalekDalekDalek Tue 13-Mar-18 17:41:33

Yeah, nearly dying sounds awesome! Not something that would traumatise you at all.

confused

MonaChopsis Tue 13-Mar-18 17:42:51

I did... All pain stopped, vision dwindled to circles (did feel like I was at the far end of an ever-lengthening tunnel). Sounds became muffled then stopped altogether, and it was all very calm and I felt very removed.

Then I came to in A&E after being given a shot of adrenaline and calm was no longer the order of the day!

TolchockLovelyInTheLitso Tue 13-Mar-18 17:43:48

You don't want one Pizza. It's horrible. The very definition of powerless and impotent.

Cornettoninja Tue 13-Mar-18 17:47:01

Missed your reply there op.

Well I suppose it is at least something we're all going to find out one day.

My favourite theory on life after death is Andy Weir's An Egg

pizzayum Tue 13-Mar-18 17:48:26

I don't know

@MonaChopsis one sounds rather peaceful until the coming to part

MonaChopsis Tue 13-Mar-18 17:51:23

Yes the nearly dying part was far less traumatic than the being brought back to life part, although obviously in retrospect I'm quite glad I did that bit too wink

pizzayum Tue 13-Mar-18 20:18:28

@Cornettoninja I can't read that the text comes up so small but will google and have a nose

@MonaChopsis see that's what I'm jealous of... experiencing what it might be like but coming back. Did you lose your fear of death through it?

MessyBun247 Tue 13-Mar-18 20:20:21

I haven’t had one but I enjoy reading about them smile

I have had quite a few lucid dreams though.

pizzayum Tue 13-Mar-18 20:28:03

The ones I find myself particularly wishing for are ones where they get told to go back as they have a purpose or work to do yet etc

How cool would that be to know your reason for existing!

falsepriest Tue 13-Mar-18 20:29:03

Only happens to me approximately 11pm.

Sadly about 6am I appear to rise from the dead again.

BillywigSting Tue 13-Mar-18 20:34:26

I've had one where I nearly drowned as a kid.

Panicked first, then felt very calm and sort of sleepy, vision and hearing were muted.

Then I got pulled out of the water and the searing pain in my chest quickly put an end to the calm while I coughed up what felt like most of a swimming pool.

Certainly not an experience I'd ever wish to repeat.

pizzayum Tue 13-Mar-18 20:39:29

See the dying bit actually sounds lovely in comparison to the coming back part again @BillywigSting

Do you have any fear of death now?

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