Quote:I don't see how her describing diving back into her body can in any way be seen as a 'ghost' controlling her body. Nothing in there says her spirit did anything to affect her nevous system. All she mentions is that it felt like a pool of cold water.
Which part do you question - that she was describing herself as a ghost, or that she controls her body? Or do you think she's only a ghost when she's out of her body? To me, if she's a ghost when she's out of her body, then she's a ghost when she's in it also, and if she controls her own body, then that means a ghost is controling her body.
I thought you meant she was somehow controlling her body while it could be classified as 'dead' (during the procedure) I didn't see anything in the article to imply that. Everyone controls their own body (while not 'dead') - I don't see how anyone can seriously consider themselves a ghost in their own (not dead) body.