The New Sun

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The near-death experience, simply defined, occurs when a person, usually as a result of injury or illness, is considered dead or comes close to death, and yet comes back to tell of profound experiences.

These experiences can include a sense of indescribable bliss and peace, an understanding of all things, seeing deceased loved ones, encountering a loving light beyond description, going through a tunnel, hearing beautiful music, undergoing a "life review," and returning with a changed perspective on life.

Dr. Morse is a pediatrician who began his near-death studies as a result of what his young patients told him, and at the urging of Dr. Greyson.

Dr. Greyson is a psychiatrist who had always been interested in this field and began conducting research after Raymond Moody gave him hundreds of letters on the subject.