Hallucinations often generate anxiety, IMEs lead to serenity

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Argument againstThis argument is an objection to IMEs are simple hallucinations.
Keywords: consciousness, death, immortality, survival, medicine, testimonies, occultism, soul, afterlife, neuroscience, hallucination, beliefs, deceased, metaphysics[ edit ].


Hallucinations have a distressing aspect (persecution by voices, demons, etc.), expressing the subject's unconscious conflicts and revealing his or her fears, whereas the vast majority of IMEs are accompanied by a feeling of peace and clarity. Instead of confusion and disorientation like hallucinations, IMEs provoke a state of serenity and even happiness...



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  • Argument againstThere are hellish IMEs that have the characteristics of a hallucination.

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