Living with death and dying
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Living with death and dying

1.3.4 Sense of timelessness

In Sabom’s study, everyone described their near-death experience as if it had occurred in a timeless dimension: people were unable to make any judgement about how long the experience lasted. ‘There was no measurement of time. I don’t know if it was a minute or five or ten hours’, commented one.

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