If you have your own NDE or paranormal experience, good for you. I don't believe in hallucination as ... false. I consider human experience to be subjective and primary...
My whole "schizophrenic" experience began, when I was visited by a ghost of myself, from the future. That single event, altered the course of my life drastically. The next phase, was when I began hearing the voices of my neighbors, family and friends, speaking clearly, in the empty room with me. The same day that those voices began, I heard a voice coming from a disconnected speaker. It said: "If you can hear this, you're not a soulmate. Only dead people can hear at this level."
That curious message repeated, over and over, non-stop until I left the apartment, and went to the hospital, in search of some help. When I got to the hospital, the same message was repeating, like an endless loop, over the P.A. speakers: "If you can hear this, you're not a soulmate. Only dead people can hear at this level."
At one point, I remember hearing a nurse say, "Yeah, it's real,
isn't it?" The hospital was a trip. It's like they had dealt with this phenomenon before, and they were secretly prepared to train me, on how to ascend to some new level of human awareness. I couldn't begin to describe all the fascinating weirdness. I embraced it, at first. It was all so new, and thrilling. It didn't take too long, before the only thing I wanted, was for it all to stop, and go back to normal.
...But I wouldn't seek them out.
I don't even know if "seeking them out," would really even work. At least not to the level that I am experiencing.