Does heaven exist? With well over 100,000 plus recorded and described spiritual experiences collected over 15 years, to base the answer on, science can now categorically say yes. Furthermore, you can see the evidence for free on the website allaboutheaven.org.

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This book, which covers Visions and hallucinations, explains what causes them and summarises how many hallucinations have been caused by each event or activity. It also provides specific help with questions people have asked us, such as ‘Is my medication giving me hallucinations?’.

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Types of spiritual experience

Types of spiritual experience

  • Synaesthesia – one type of sensory input is converted to another type.
  • Pure or enhanced perception – the physical world is seen but in an enhanced way.
  • Hallucination – an image or sound or similar sensory impression which is superimposed on the input from the sensory apparatus.
  • Inter composer communication – the composer communication between two or more ‘things’ [people, animals etc] to share information.
  • Vision – an image or scene, occasionally with other sensory input  which completely overrides that from our 5 senses.
  • Dream – an ordinary or a lucid dream.   
  • Near death – an experience that occurs as the person is dying but from which the person recovers to tell the tale.
  • Dying – an experience that occurs just before the person dies.
  • Environmental influence – the person gains the ability to influence the functions of the universe, for example, levitate, change the weather, walk on water.
  • Invisible input – input you cannot see but sense inwardly.  The subcategories here are 
  • Out of time – an understanding of ‘no time’
  • Out of body – your conscious self leaves your bodily self and is able to explore the spirit world. 
  • Rebirth – a terrifying experience in which we are ‘rewritten’ in software terms – we ‘die’ figuratively speaking and are born again as a new cleaned up version of the software.
  • Perception recall  – an experience in which you go through events of this life and possibly past lives.  The perceptions are presented to you as perfect recall flashbacks.
  • Exploring group perception – as above but using other people’s perceptions to get their side of the story.
  • Kundalini – a precursor stage to moksha and nirvana, in which energy travels up and down the spine.  It may or may not result in Ecstasy.   A very early stage of enlightenment
  • Ecstasy - the communication channels are opened to the Higher spirit but there is no merge.  The start of the enlightenment process.
  • Moksha and nirvana – You merge with your composer.  This is often referred to as the ‘chemical wedding’.  An advanced stage of enlightenment.
  • Annihilation– the personality is annihilated and ‘you’ as a personality cease to exist.  The Higher spirit  then takes over, but in effect you become ‘divine’ – a sort of ‘god’ completely in touch with the spiritual world at all its levels. Full enlightenment.
  • Other – Miscellaneous and unclassifiable experiences.