Proof of Heaven with Dr Eben Alexander – A Neurosurgeon’s Journey into the Afterlife

thespiritguides.co.uk Proof of Heaven with Dr Eben Alexander – A Neurosurgeon’s Journey into the Afterlife Hello and welcome to the Spirit Guides.co.uk Network Radio Show, with your host, Mark Chatterton. Today we are privileged to have on the show, Dr Eben Alexander from the United States. His book, “Proof of Heaven –A Neurosurgeon’s Journey into the Afterlife” has been causing waves on both sides of the Atlantic since it was published in October. Back in November 2008 Dr Alexander was living his life, working as a neurosurgeon at a hospital in Virginia. Then he mysteriously contracted bacterial meningitis, which virtually killed him. Yet after being in a coma for seven days, he recovered completely and was able to recount his near death experience. Dr Alexander has written down all that he experienced in his book, which we will be discussing tonight, as well as Dr Alexander’s views on death and indeed life beyond death. So a warm welcome to you Dr Alexander. First of all I would like to talk about what death actually is. In your book, you go into detail about what death is, which I understand is not so much about the heart stopping beating, but more about the brain ceasing to function. Is that correct? You begin on the other side experiencing a dark, muddy state of existence which you call “the realm of the earthworm’s eye view”. Could this be what some people think of as “hell” or would you see it as a different place to that? After that you were taken up to the light

Archibald Alexander – Vital Piety (Part 2 of 3)

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I Might Have Escaped all this Misery! – Archibald Alexander

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