The article cites Dr Evan Alexander, but he’s apparently a charlatan who wrote his best-selling book to make money because he was facing costly malpractice suits and was in a lot of financial trouble.
I was with Eben Alexander the first time he told his story in public, long before he wrote the book. It was not a profound experience in comparison to many near death experiences. It also changed as I have heard it many times.
His experience was no proof of heaven. I know Eben and we have many mutual friends, including his wife’s friend that he claims to have seen during his experience.
I do read souls and have for many years. I can tell if a person’s story has merit or not by the feeling of emotion attached to the stored memory they retrieve when they tell their story. There are very unique attributes associated with a true near death experience. For example, if a person meets Jesus or a Divine Being(angelic), the profound Love is unmistakable. It comes back full blast every time you think of the experience.
The soul is separate from the physical body, but not in the way these people describe. Jesus described it correctly.