Some say that we only have one life. So, we should live life to the fullest. Theoretically, yes, we should; but when it comes to reality, do we really achieve it? And if we really do achieve it, was it enriching and meaningful? There are lots of questions that you can ask in life.
Have you ever thought of having an eternal life? Or, even about the possibility of life after death? Have you come across Near Death Experiences? What will you achieve if you knew that there is a possibility of life after bereavement?
Linju Santhosh hails from Kelakam, Kannur District, Kerala. She has completed her post-graduation in M Phil (Mental Health Nursing) from Manipal University. During her college days, she stumbled upon Near Death Experience phenomenon. Being an avid mental health nursing student, she was immediately smitten by the subject. What followed was a strong fascination and a relentless persistence to unravel the mystery behind it. Post comprehensive research, she submitted her thesis titled A Phenomenology on Near Death Experiences among Cardiac Arrest Survivors, which was conducted in India. An extended opportunity by International Association of Near Death Studies (IANDS) to represent India as a Near Death Experience speaker motivated her to lay the foundation as an independent researcher. Besides all these, she is a humanitarian, an ardent philosopher, a creative artist, musician, counselor and teacher. Currently, she is the vice principal at Rohini College of Nursing, Warangal.