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This book is about a Neurosurgeon's near death experience who wrote this book for people who want to believe in a life after death but haven't been able to fully believe in it. The author says that he was a skeptic himself and always dismissed it when his own patients would tell him about their out of body experiences while in a coma or other near death condition. Only when he contracted bacterial meningitis and spend 7 days in a coma was he able to fully understand what other patients before him discovered: there is a consciousness outside of our bodies.
Alexander shares his vivid experience with the reader and because he is a neurosurgeon he uses his medical knowledge to analyze the scientific implications of his out of body experience. His conclusion is simple yet profound: there is a GOD and death does not mean the end of our existence.
A very interesting and touching book! Compelling and inspiring. I never thought I'd say this but I think there might just be a better place waiting. If you want to call it Heaven, fine. This was everything I hoped it would be and then some. I have had, and am writing about, very clear pictures of heaven. Alexander's descriptions have matched my limited ability to describe my own visions - giving further weight to my own "proof. Proof of Heaven is an engaging book describing the author's near-death-experience.
One aspect of this book which it apart from other such books is the fact that the author, Eben Alexander is a neurosurgeon. Like many medically trained people, Dr. Alexander was dismissive of NDEs reported by his patients as these experiences did not fit in to his materialistic worldview. Having had a NDE himself, he no longer is able to appeal to the various rationales used by physicians to dismiss such experiences as the brains response to physical crisis.
The fact that his very rare case of meningitis knocked out his frontal lobes, in his opinion, renders irrelevant all the reasons appealed to regards such experiences as illusionary. Alexander now affirms the emerging understanding of consciousness as a field phenomenon which the human brain enable us to participate in rather then something that the brain itself produces. Eben Alexander's Proof of Heaven is by far the most convincing account of heaven that I've ever read, and I've read at least five accounts, including the bestselling Heaven is For Real, Flight to Heaven, and 90 Minutes in Heaven.
I am fascinated by the fact that many of these accounts are strikingly similar. However, I became somewhat of a skeptic myself when I noticed that most of the books I had read on the afterlife were written by ministers, missionaries, or someone affiliated with a church. To hear an account from someone who didn't believe in God, didn't go to church, and who had no interest in religious matters, made that account far more believable. In fact Dr.
Alexander is a neurosurgeon who relied on scientific proof to explain the workings of the world. Unexpectedly infected with bacterial meningitis, Dr. Alexander remained in a coma for seven days.
By the end of the week, doctors were convinced that he had no chance of waking, and even if he woke, he would never recover. But one day he wakes up and eventually completely recovers to the astonishment of the medical community. During the time he is unconscious, he gives a heartfelt account of what happens to him. Though Dr. Alexander's voice is thoroughly engaging, his time in heaven is described quite generally.
There are no incredible details of heaven. The most descriptive he gets is when he talks about puffy, pink-white clouds, flocks of transparent orbs, shimmering beings racing across the sky, and people singing and dancing among trees, fields and waterfalls.
God is referred to as Om, and the most vivid character is a girl on a butterfly wing who accompanies him. However, his descriptions of hell are compelling and disturbing. Here, Dr. Alexander is almost graphic in his details and his report stays with you for some time.
As a reader, you are so sold on his story that you begin to think that hell really does exist, and that maybe it's a good idea to review the Ten Commandments. He also spends many pages informing the reader on near-death experiences and where his experience fits in that research. His insights on spirituality and God are alone well worth the read.
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Add to list. Add to registry. Spanish Language Edition. Thousands of people have had near-death experiences, but scientists have argued that they are impossible. Alexander was one of those scientists. A highly trained neurosurgeon, Alexander knew that NDEs feel real, but are simply fantasies produced by brains under extreme stress. Then, Dr. Alexander's own brain was attacked by a rare illness.
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See all reviews Write a review. Most helpful positive review. Average Rating: 5. See more. Most helpful negative review. Average Rating: 1. Oh My Flying Spaghetti Monster! Can anyone please explain how a Lifetime Original Movie script got pawned off as "non-fiction"? Or how a neurosurgeon knows seemingly nothing at all about neurobiology? Or even something fuzzy like neuropsychology? I alternated between laughter and head-shaking. In the largely forgettable film Ladyhawke, Matthew Broderick as Phillipe's response to Rutger Hauer as Navarre's statement that Phillipe was a "sign from God"Phillipe: Sir, the truth is, I talk to God all the time, and, no offense, but He never mentioned you.
Well, Mr. Alexander, I suppose I should be less than surprised that your anecdotal claptrap climbed so high on the bestseller list. You would have gotten two stars for your soft writing style, but you got dinged one for not calling it fiction.
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This book is about a Neurosurgeon's near death experience who wrote this book for people who want to believe in a life after death but haven't been able to fully believe in it. The author says that he was a skeptic himself and always dismissed it when his own patients would tell him about their out of body experiences while in a coma or other near death condition. Only when he contracted bacterial meningitis and spend 7 days in a coma was he able to fully understand what other patients before him discovered: there is a consciousness outside of our bodies. Alexander shares his vivid experience with the reader and because he is a neurosurgeon he uses his medical knowledge to analyze the scientific implications of his out of body experience.