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Are Jewish near-death experiences somehow unique? Hear several amazing stories of Jewish people’s accounts of their own NDEs.

Jewish Near-Death Experiences

Jewish Near-Death Experiences

Life After Life: Lesson 3

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Nomi Freeman is the daughter of the renowned Argentinian Kabbalist Professor Avraham Polichenco, of blessed memory. She is well known for her seminars on spirituality and Jewish mysticism. Mrs. Freeman has lectured extensively in Canada and abroad. Contact her here for lecture engagements.
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July 17, 2013
To Anonymous, London
I am really sorry to hear of your loss. May G_d comfort you and aleviate your fears. Wherever else your brother may be he will always live in your heart.
Julie
UK
July 15, 2013
Afterlife
My older brother passed away recently. I kept refusing to believe he's dead and hoping that G-d will give him another chance. Although I was in this hope I kept this all a secret from everybody else.
Now that the funeral has passed. I am really upsetting myself wondering if he's OK & where he is. I love and miss him like I could ever comprehend.
I wish I could talk to him he died so young.
Anonymous
London UK.
September 4, 2012
How Come
Hi Nomi:
I have heard many many accounts and often there is a life review. The individuals judge themselves. However, the Jewish experiences I have heard are very intense, seemingly more so than non Jews. Non the less, there is no more powerful information than an NDE to Mkarev & Mchazaik people. These experiences have been given in order to share with others.
Donn
Caldwell, NJ
September 4, 2012
NDEs
The works of Robt. Crookall are thorough studies of NDE experiences also OBEs (out-of-body)
Herman King
Wicomico, Va
September 3, 2012
further to Nomi's post
In my NDE I judged myself. There was another figure there but there was only love from it, not judgement. I think we judge ourselves in the form that we most likely expect from our religious practice. All thoughts are self generated I think, but the unconditional love and forgiveness given in NDE is hard for anyone to imagine
Julie
Durham, UK
August 12, 2012
NDE
NDEs are shared by Jews, Christians, even atheists. Must be objective experiences.
Herman King
Gloucester, Va USA
July 24, 2012
How come
I recently received a call from a Jew who had an interesting NDE. He agreed to share his story with me, but wanted to remain anonymous . Following my lecture on the topic, I also interviewed three women who had NDEs. What I found interesting is that several observant Jews had a Bais Din in their experience. I don't know of people in other groups who found themselves judged by a tribunal.
Nomi freeman
Toronto
July 22, 2012
ethnicity
are there jews and gentiles in the next dimension?
Hermsn King
Wicomico, Va USA
July 18, 2012
How come
Jews are so reluctant to share their NDE stories? I have sought people willing to have their stories recorded and put on Youtube...yo no avail. There are plenty of other faiths putting their stories out there and precious few Jewish stories.
Donn
Caldwell, NJ
March 23, 2012
afterlife
Is ethnicity important?
Herman King
Wicomico, Va USA
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