Many people are curious what happens to atheists after death? (I tend to think this is a non interesting question – as in my own experience, whatever happens to any of us, most likely, happens to all of us, regardless of what we tend to believe during these very short lives)
However, it is interesting to explore what Atheists (or agnostic, or even people with non traditional or more esoteric beliefs) experience during an NDE. Is there a universal experience that awaits all conscious creatures like ourselves, or are NDE’s very subjective, and completely tethered to the values and expectations of the individual?
I don’t have the answers – but Louisa Peck’s NDE is very compelling, and very persuasive – and highly recommended regardless of what you currently believe.
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