I was having a surgery. A breast biopsy due to lumps. I was 18 years old and I was pregnant with my first child. I was under local anesthesia so I was totally conscious and aware of everything that was going on around me. This was to be a simple outpatient surgery, meaning I was to go home after the surgery. I could feel the doctor cutting me and pulling the lumps out of me as if the local anesthesia wasn't quite working the way that it should have. The doctor was aware of the discomfort that I was feeling because he asked me if I could feel him working on me and I told him yes. I guess he didn't believe that I could feel it because he did nothing about it.
Next thing I know, my head started spinning and I felt a very very hot sensation come over my entire body including my toes. Then I couldn't feel my body at all. My life experiences immediately flashed before my eyes as if I was looking at a movie sped up on fast forward. It was at that moment that I felt my body separate from the one that was on the operating table and I began floating. All the while, I could hear the doctors and nurses talking. I could hear the doctor say, “come you guys we're losing her we're losing her," and then everything became garbled and I couldn't understand anything that they were saying. I could just see the doctors and nurses frantically working on my.
An immediate sense of fright came over me as I floated upwards towards a huge long tunnel that resembled a party hat on its side. The opening that I came through was large but at the end of the tunnel the exit became smaller and there was a bright, bright light almost blinding at the end. A girl immerged from the light at the end of the tunnel. She was waiting for me and was wearing a dress/robe. Her robe was a bright as the light at the end of the tunnel. She had no color to her skin. She looked like a light herself but she had a face and hands. Her robe was covering her feet and legs so I don't even recollect her having any. She knew that I was afraid, so she reached her hand out to me and consoled me. She let me know that I would be okay and an immediate sense of calm came over me. This was a calm that I've never experienced before. It was very peaceful.
I kept turning around to look down into the operating room but she told me not to worry about what was behind me. She said to go forward because there were much better things in store for me where she was taking me. I agreed and kept moving closer to the end of the tunnel. I had no sense of sound at all. There were no words uttered. I could read her thoughts and she could read mine so we didn't need voices to communicate with each other. I was telling her my name and she told me that I didn't need a name where I was going which kind of puzzled me but I trusted her because she was so nice. As we came closer and closer to the end of the tunnel I could feel the heat from the light. We looked at each other and smiled.
Then two guys, dressed in the same thing as her, approached us and welcomed and greeted me. Everyone made me feel so at home and I wanted so much to go with them. I was looking forward to it and I didn't care about my life behind me because I knew that everyone would be alright with my decision to stay with these nice beings. One of the guys that came to greet me all of a sudden looked at me and told me that I needed to go back because it wasn't time for me to go with them. There was a feeling of sadness that came over me because I didn't want to go back. Then a feeling of confusion and indecision came over me. I was faced with the decision to go back or to stay with them. I knew deep in my heart that I didn't want to go back because I didn't feel the need to. I didn't need anyone or anything back there, but he assured me that they would all be there to greet me when It was time for me to come back. He made it totally clear to me that It was okay for me to go with them, but that he didn't think that it would be a good decision for me to. He also made it very very clear to me that once I floated out of the tunnel, I couldn't go back - I would be with them forever. Which was perfectly okay with me. The girl that came to greet me didn't want me to go but he gave her a look as if to say pull yourself together and make this easier for her (which was me) to decide. I couldn't really hear his thoughts but I could see the expression on his face. Everyone was smiling again and my body floated backwards until I couldn't see them anymore. I was no longer in the tunnel and it felt as though a suction pulled me back down into my body on the operating table. I awakened with the doctor calling my name.
I had to tell someone this story because I told my mother later on that day what I experienced and she completely dismissed it and told me that it was all a figment of my imagination and that I must forget about all of that and not tell anyone. She told me that I was just imagining things and none of it was true. But that was a difficult thing for me to suppress because I knew that what I experienced was just as real as she and I were talking that very moment. I can still see it as if it just happened yesterday.
NDERF asks: Did you have any sense of familiarity when you met the other beings? When you had your first baby, was it a girl?
Ch' responds: I did feel a sense of familiarity when the other two beings occurred. I felt that I already knew them. Yes, I did have a girl and I felt compelled to name her KEARA It's a Russian name pronounced key * Are * ra It was as if this name was communicated to me because I know nothing about Russia or Russian people.
I've also experienced some, I don't know if I want to call it psychic because I don't consider myself to be a psychic, but I've seen things revealed to me before they happened and I've experienced time and time again Deja Vu. Places and events that were just too familiar. Paths in my life that I should take have been revealed to me as well and I've always dismissed these things until recently because of my mother’s beliefs. People that I will meet have also been revealed to me. The crazy thing about all of it is that it doesn't feel odd or make me uncomfortable. It all feels so normal when visions occur to me. Do you know what all of this means? Why did this happen to me? Thank you so much for your time!Background Information:Gender: Female
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