Children of the light: Children's near death experiences.
What does NDX stand for?
NDX stands for Near Death Experience (also seen as NDE)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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See other definitions of NDX
- Nevada Division of Water Resources
- National Decentralized Water Resources Capacity Development Project (US Environmental Protection Agency)
- NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing) Dodge Weekly Series
- National Drinking Water Standard
- Native Database Web Service (Oracle)
- No Drop Weapon Scoring
- North Dakota Winter Show (Valley City, ND)
- National Defence Workers' Union (India)
- Index (File Name Extension)
- Neighborhood Data Exchange (software)
- Nordic Derivatives Exchange (stock exchange; Sweden)
- Northern Document Exchange
- Non-Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence
- Net Dividend Yield (finance)
- Norman Disney & Young (est. 1959; engineering consultants)
- Not Dead Yet
- Not Done Yet
- National Democratic Youth Association (Nepal)
- National Divisions Youth Alliance (Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Near death experiences (NDEs) are reported to include sensations such as life flashing before the eyes, feelings of peace and joy, and apparent encounters with mystical entities.
Summary: Peaches Geldof has had a near death experience.
She says that this near death experience had a huge impact on her life.
After the near death experience, the Complexions choreographer feels he has "a new lease on life.
The lion's share of the work is devoted to assessing the relative merits of the empirical research associated with the near death experience and the research on reincarnation.
Byline: Sandra Ramdhanie UNLESS we have recently lost a loved one, discussions about the Afterlife and Near Death experiences make us uncomfortable because it reminds us that we too are mortal.
51) From a near death experience from snakebite to dealing with an amorous turkey, Brazaitis' tale is alternately surprising and funny--light, but with some words of wisdom thrown in.