The Concept of Near-Death Experience and Reincarnation
The reincarnation concept is perceived as an aspect that explains the origin and destiny of man. The term reincarnation refers to one being made flesh once again after death. According to the religious belief, a fresh personality is established in each living in a place called the physical world, though the soul does not change, it stays invariable throughout the consecutive lives. Reincarnation belief is a primary principle which is embraced in most of Indian religious traditions, like Jainism and Hinduism. In addition, the principle was also adopted by of the traditional Greek philosophers. There are several variations in philosophical beliefs concerning the soul nature among the religious groups in the East like Jainism and Hinduism, which embrace the concept of reincarnation.
The reincarnation concept was most likely established in the India in the culture named as pre-Aryan non-Vedic, whose religious thoughts largely determined the later Indian spiritual ideas. In addition, Jainism and Buddhism religious are prolongations of this custom, and the former Upanishadic motion was shaped or determined by it. The concept of reincarnation was embraced or implemented from this spiritual practice by Brahmin orientation, and Brahmins initially scribed scriptures concerning these concepts in the former Upanishads.
A near-death experience (NDE) is defined as an extensive individual encounter which is related to awaiting death, surrounding several probable sensations such as disconnection of the soul from the body (entire tranquility, warmth, feelings of phenomenon or security), the experience of total termination and the incidence of illumination that some individuals may interpret as a divinity. The concept of NDE is mostly reported after a person has been declared medically dead or the individual is too close to death, thus the phrase NDE. NDE is a form of reincarnation for the Christianity since it is said that it clearly shows the evidence that heaven, human soul, afterlife and hell exist. Christians believe in life after death, whereby some people will go heaven and others to hell depending on the characters or practices while on earth.