a set of experiences reportedly felt by many persons who were near death and subsequently resuscitated, typically involving, variously, a feeling of out-of-body awareness, a bright light, a blissful vision of an afterlife, etc.
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(plural near-death experiences)
A sensation of detachment from one's body, the presence of a tunnel of light, the apparent viewing of one's own body from on high, and similar manifestations, experienced by people whose heart and brain have temporarily ceased to function
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