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I Died and Went to Hell – Here’s What I Saw: Bryan Melvin Details Terrifying Afterlife Experience

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I’m not sure if you’ve watched all of these videos or just shared them because of the titles but either way I thought it was worth extracting the information within them. I took their transcripts and had ChatGPT4-o summarize each one then took all the summaries and had it extract the key points.

Worth noting is that these videos are largely Christian experiences of hell realms. The book above was based on the Buddhist perspective and it is interesting to hear how DNDEs vary based upon one’s beliefs.

Andrew also mentioned while discussing NDEs that they could simply be hallucinations of the mind, going as far to say he would be skeptical of any one who definitivly believes in their experience (edit)due to the nature of the mind.


ChatGPT4-o summary of the above 4 videos:

Near-death experiences (NDEs) and their distressing counterparts (DNDEs) offer profound insights into the afterlife, challenging and reinforcing faith, particularly within the Christian tradition. These experiences often lead to significant personal transformations and deeper spiritual understanding.

An exploration of NDEs integrates both faith and reason, emphasizing their fascinating yet inconclusive nature. While some view these experiences as compelling evidence of an afterlife, others remain skeptical. It is highlighted that solid evidence, especially if it includes verifiable preternatural knowledge, could significantly shift societal views on the afterlife. Nonetheless, these glimpses do not challenge Christianity’s core teachings and should not form the primary basis for faith.

There is also a focus on DNDEs, noting that up to one in five NDEs are distressing. These DNDEs often involve void experiences, hellish imagery, or feelings of negative judgment. The importance of understanding and supporting individuals who suffer from these traumatic experiences is emphasized, addressing the isolation and fear they often feel. Despite the challenges in gathering data on DNDEs, there is a need for a comprehensive understanding to provide better support for those affected. From a Catholic perspective, it is explained that God’s mercy allows for repentance up to the last moment of life, and psychological disturbances can diminish personal culpability, particularly in cases of suicide.

Another account shares a near-death experience to offer hope and insight into life after death. One profound story features a man who experienced seventy thousand years in Hell following a fatal overdose. His traumatic childhood and substance abuse led to his encounter with Jesus and Satan in the void, where he learned that his suffering was a test of his resilience. Upon returning to life, a compassionate social worker helps him rebuild his life, highlighting themes of redemption, divine love, and the possibility of forgiveness. This story underscores the powerful impact of spiritual encounters on personal growth and understanding.

A personal account from 2013 describes a harrowing experience in a nightmarish realm during a severe pancreatitis episode. The individual found themselves in a chaotic landscape filled with savage beings, believing they were reaping the consequences of their actions. A glimmer of hope came from a small girl and a towering figure, inspiring the person to visualize their return to reality. This successful return underscored the fragility of life and the importance of awareness and conscience in shaping one’s reality, leaving a lasting impact on their understanding of existence and the afterlife.

Another narrative details a journey to Hell and back. Raised in a religious home, the person drifted from faith due to philosophical influences and church hypocrisies. After contracting a severe illness, they encountered the stark realities of Hell, witnessing tormented souls and demonic entities. Their rescue by Jesus and subsequent return to life led to a profound transformation and conversion to Christianity. The account emphasizes the declining belief in Hell among people, urging reflection on spiritual choices and the hope and salvation offered through faith.

These accounts of near-death experiences, while diverse in detail, collectively highlight the significant spiritual insights and transformations that arise from such encounters. They emphasize themes of redemption, divine justice, and the profound impact of spiritual encounters on personal growth and understanding. While these experiences do not challenge Christianity’s fundamental teachings, they offer compelling narratives that reinforce faith and provide hope and understanding of the afterlife.


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In an effort to avoid being cliche, "Perform your duties and then let go. This is the way to peace.”

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I Died And Saw My Previous Lives

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She Saw Heaven & Hell During Her NDE

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beautiful scene

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Impermanence & Death from a Dzogchen Perspective

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The Number One Question About the Afterlife and Reincarnation

@_Barry

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Types of Dreams and What They Mean with Robert Moss // Part 4 of 4

“Theres life beyond this life…Life goes on in one way or another”

“Lets learn that the Soul has history that predates the birth of this body”

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Robert Moss - Dreaming with the Departed

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What James Van Praagh Knows About Life After Death

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The Best of The Oprah Show: Wisdom from The Dying

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I have a delightful story about this. It happened in November 2023:

"Yesterday I had a conversation with my mom. I had no expectations on the result. The heart was leading, and asked:

  • mother, in the possibility of one day we are separated, one of us stays on earth,and the other going to another dimension, where would you like us to meet?

To what she replied, after making some questions to better understand what I was saying:

  • at the beach. We live so near by and love it so much…

I agreed in awe… I really didn’t expect it to be so easy… and loving. And then she said:

  • do you think we deserve that?

  • YES we do."

My heart is happy to share this in a context where we can share these things without scaring people.

Thank you.

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Thank you for sharing this.

Very fitting with the dream I shared about driving along the beach In Australia with my friend who had passed.

:dolphin: :dolphin:
:ocean:

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yes… and I think this conversation and your dream were near in time also… :brown_heart: amazing…

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Shipwrecked

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When I Die – Rumi Poem

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“I can’t die. It would ruin my image.”

Jack LaLanne

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Graceful Exits: How Great Beings Die (Death stories of Hindu, Tibetan Buddhist, and Zen masters)

Graceful Exits: How Great Beings Die (Death stories of Hindu, Tibetan Buddhist, and Zen masters): Sushila Blackman: 9781590302705: Amazon.com: Books

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Logan Ledger - (I’m Gonna Get Over This) Some Day

I’m gonna get over this some day
I might as well get over it now
I’m gonna get over this some way
Though at the moment I don’t know how

I don’t want to be the judge
And I don’t want to hold a grudge
I’m gonna get over this some day
I might as well get over it now

I don’t want to fight with you
I want to take flight with you
I don’t want to say goodbye
And cry for you the whole night through

I’m gonna get over this some day
I might as well get over it now
I’m gonna get over this some way
Though at the moment I don’t know how

I don’t want to give you advice
And I don’t want you to pay the price
I’m gonna get over this some day
I might as well get over it now

I don’t want to compete with you
I only want to be with you
I don’t want to say goodbye
Cry for you the whole night through

I’m gonna get over this some day
I might as well get over it now
I’m gonna get over this some way
Though at the moment I don’t know how

I don’t want to have my say
And I don’t want to walk away
I’m gonna get over this some day
I might as well get over it now
I might as well get over it now

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I’m Gonna Get Over This] Some Day

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