Dr. Oz: Dr. Eben Alexander Proof of Heaven & What Happens When We Die?


Dr. Oz: Dr. Eben Alexander Proof of Heaven

Dr. Eben Alexander has been a neurosurgeon for 25 years and he came by Dr. Oz to talk about a near-death experience he had in 2008 that led him to be convinced that heaven not only exists, but that he’s been there. He wrote a bestselling book called Proof of Heaven that detailed his journey, where a meningitis-induced coma caused him to have an out of body experience, as well as a near death experience. He believes firmly that consciousness is independent of the brain.

Dr. Oz: Is There Proof of Heaven?

Dr. Oz: Dr. Eben Alexander Proof of Heaven & What Happens When We Die?

Dr. Oz talked to Dr. Eben Alexander, a doctor whose near death experience and subsequent research has him convinced that heaven is real and science will and can prove it.



  1. Monica Ackerman says

    First of all you have to believe in an eternal soul. Otherwise the whole argument falls apart. Secondly, 1000 or 10.,000 stories are not evidence. All they are is word of mouth folk tales. No one who has actually died has ever come back to life. No one. So, the whole exercise is for the prupose of publicity for that man’s book. Other than that it’s all poppycock, in my humble opinion.

  2. says

    Death happens to everyone. It is a necessary ‘evil’, so we can make room for the next generation. However, by assigning a certain number of ‘optimal’ years for us to live is wrong [ Everyone is different]. When it’s time for us to go, we go. And there is nothing to fear. Death is a new beginning ~~~ as birth itself. It takes courage to live. Many suffer.

  3. says

    I had a near death experience 14 years ago. My experience was more real than this keyboard I’m typing on. It took me 14 years to begin talking about it. We live in a dual world so we may gauge ourselves along our path of spiritual evolution, which is ultimately a whole and complete return to the love we are. We can do that here, in the body, and that is our life’s challenge. My book I Died And Learned How To Live speaks to this point. I agree with Waida Godfrey above, and I understand the skepticism of Wanda Ackerman as I spent a long time trying to make myself believe my experience didn’t really happen. I came back to share the love I am with the world and to help show others how they can do the same. Love to You! xox Krista

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