A Blind Woman Sees in Her NDE ~ Vision Experiences Are Not in the Brain

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Vicki-Noratuk

The mind is not in the brain, so when the body and brain die, the mind continues in the life after this life. This account of a woman’s near-death experience demonstrates that her mind was alert and able to see when she was no longer using her body.

Vicki Noratuk had a near-death experience after a car accident. She had been blind since birth, but had clear sight of the emergency room and rose out of the hospital into a heavenly environment where she had vivid sight of her friends who had passed. They also had been blind but were now able to see.

Being able to see requires months of adjustment in infants. That is because the motor activities and recognition of what is seen require learning how to see and to recognize things in the person’s environment. In spite of that, Vicki was able to see clearly, recognize things in her environment, and recall the images, even though she had been blind since birth. She had never learned how to see.

She was able to see when her mind was released from her body in her near-death experience because seeing is having experiences of sight in the mind. The experiences don’t require eyes or a brain. Vicki’s experience is further proof the mind is not in the brain and doesn’t require the eyes or brain to have sight experiences. 

Vicki’s narration of what happened to her is in the video that follows.

 

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Vicki-Noratuk

The mind is not in the brain, so when the body and brain die, the mind continues in the life after this life. This account of a woman’s near-death experience demonstrates that her mind was alert and able to see when she was no longer using her body.

Vicki Noratuk had a near-death experience after a car accident. She had been blind since birth, but had clear sight of the emergency room and rose out of the hospital into a heavenly environment where she had vivid sight of her friends who had passed. They also had been blind but were now able to see.

Being able to see requires months of adjustment in infants. That is because the motor activities and recognition of what is seen require learning how to see and to recognize things in the person’s environment. In spite of that, Vicki was able to see clearly, recognize things in her environment, and recall the images, even though she had been blind since birth. She had never learned how to see.

She was able to see when her mind was released from her body in her near-death experience because seeing is having experiences of sight in the mind. The experiences don’t require eyes or a brain. Vicki’s experience is further proof the mind is not in the brain and doesn’t require the eyes or brain to have sight experiences. 

Vicki’s narration of what happened to her is in the video that follows.

 

You can support this effort to give people the truth about the reality of the afterlife with your $6 contribution.

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