"Life After Life" ( Raymond Moody ) Essay by The Research Group

"Life After Life" ( Raymond Moody )
Examines 15 common stages of experience of near-death phenomenon(NDE)
# 12277 | 1,350 words | 1 source | 1996 | US
Published on Jun 21, 2003 in Religion and Theology (General) , Medical and Health (General)

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" This study will examine the fifteen different kinds of experiences described by Raymond A. Moody, Jr. in Life After Life: The Investigation of A Phenomenon---Survival of Bodily Death. These experiences are features of the dying experience. Moody's book depends on the accounts of individuals who have "died" and returned from that experience. Therefore, it cannot be seen as a scientific work. Moody admits that a "proof" of these experiences are not "presently possible" (xvi). If the reader is to get anything out of the book, he or she must open his or her heart and mind to the possibility of the near-death experience.

Moody wants to try to answer the question "What is it like to die?" (1). For such an answer, he goes to people who have had, or who claim to have had, an experience in which they have physically "died" and come back to life. They are the only ones.."

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