a routine tonsillectomy, I bled out, lost pulse for 4 minutes, and turned blue.
I was resuscitated.
was fun and I liked it, and I believed God was talking to me, and I wanted to
cross over through the last veil so much
have never been afraid of death since then.
happened in the fifties. When I first read of near death experiences, I was 16
and came across a magazine article
believe it has changed me in fundamental ways that are inexplicable to most
people. I am highly sensitive and very
the NDE, doctors ran tests on my mental abilities and nothing was
"wrong"- no brain dysfunction. This has been
have a family, I work, and I function alright, but my core being is more
concerned with spirit and soul than the 3D world.
hope this makes sense. I'm trying to not be too wordy. I'd be happy to write
more about it.
Any associated medications or substances with the potential to affect the experience: Uncertain
Ether, I think.
Was the experience difficult to express in words? Yes
What was it
about the experience that makes it hard to communicate? I
was very young, and while I could describe it in visual terms, describing the
emotional content has always been difficult.
At the time of the experience, was there an associated life
pulse was gone for 4 minutes...I'm not sure what you mean.
What was your level of consciousness and alertness during the
I felt perfectly awake.
Was the experience dream like in any way? Only
insofar as the colors were indescribably beautiful.
Did you experience a separation of consciousness from your body? No
What emotions did you feel during the experience? Peace,
serenity, curiosity, happiness, contentment, freedom.
Did you hear any unusual sounds or noises? A
Voice, but it wasn't a sound as we usually know sound. It was more like music.
Sort of. I can't explain this.
blues, glowing light, glimmering, misty, shimmering.
was very bright but did not hurt at all to see it. It was entrancing.
I would meet in my life.
have met people in my life who I saw than. I can't explain this.
as we usually know it was irrelevant.
crossed several boundaries, but not the last one. I remember answering questions
in order to cross each boundary.
some I went through without having to answer questions.
would take a lot of space to write about, but I would say it has been very
was told I had to go back, and I was disappointed.
haven't always used them, though.
was 9, and after that, I went back to church (we went every Sunday) and wondered
about everything, whereas before
didn't really care enough to question it- and certainly not to the extent I did.
I thought religion was kind of weird after
think it is interesting. I don't tell that many people.
What was the best and worst part of your experience? I
wish I could remember parts I forgot.
attunements. Being in love.