Chris W Probable NDE
my way to work at 3:30am on Oct. 16, 2006. I fell Asleep on Highway 59. I
remember to be the only car on the road. I do remember thinking about an
experience I had around a month before that night when I was driving, I dosed
off for a moment and when I opened my eyes, I seen a dark black puff of smoke
hit my windshield and vanished. After thinking of that, I was almost half way to
work. Then the next thing I remember was that I was moving in slow motion across
an open field of green grass. And it was a sunny day. Bright and sunny day.
(Remember I was on my way to work at 3:30 am in the morning. It was pitch dark
and no grass.) And as I was driving through the field, all the tree was right in
front of me. So I swerved to miss it. Then I was just their watching myself.
bent over holding my stomach. Asking for help softly. Then from there I was in a
mans house, blood all over me, sitting on his chair, saying only (help, I hurt)
then from there, all I remember was being in the hospital. I was told after
finally waking up after two days that no one knows how I was still alive. That I
rolled my vehicle 7 times going 60 mph, the car was totaled And then they told
me that I walk a quarter of a mile up the highway to a man house to get help.
But no one knows how sense I fractured My spine, Broke three ribs, busted open
my head and punctured my right lung. Everyone said there was no way I could of
walked that far in my condition or even survived the whole accident.
Was the kind of experience difficult to express in words? No
At the time of this experience, was there an associated life threatening event? Yes I Bad car accident
At what time during the experience were you at your highest level of consciousness and alertness? There wasn't a time. I really only had some consciousness when I got to the hospital.
How did your highest level of consciousness and alertness during the experience compare to your normal every day consciousness and alertness? Less consciousness and alertness than normal
If your highest level of consciousness and alertness during the experience was different from your normal every day consciousness and alertness, please explain: There wasn't a time. I really only had some consciousness when I got to the hospital.
Did your vision differ in any way from your normal, everyday vision (in any aspect, such as clarity, field of vision, colors, brightness, depth perception degree of solidness/transparency of objects, etc.)? Yes Everything seemed to be brighter.
Did your hearing differ in any way from your normal, everyday hearing (in any aspect, such as clarity, ability to recognize source of sound, pitch, loudness, etc.)?
Yes Peoples voices seemed further away.
Did you experience a separation of your consciousness from your body? Yes
What emotions did you feel during the experience? Strength, Sadness, loneliness
Did you pass into or through a tunnel or enclosure? No
Did you see a light? Yes Well I don't know if you would consider it a light. But I was in a bright open field. very sunny out.
Did you meet or see any other beings? No
Did you experience a review of past events in your life? No
Did you observe or hear anything regarding people or events during your experience that could be verified later? No
Did you see or visit any beautiful or otherwise distinctive locations, levels or dimensions? Yes I was in a open field with one tree in the middle of it. Bright sunny day with beautiful green grass.
Did you have any sense of altered space or time? Yes Well from my wreck all the way to me being in the hospital was in a small period of time. My wreck was at least 20 miles from the hospital. I left to work at 3:30. So it was probably around 4:00am when I was in my wreck. Everything supposedly happened within an hour. Which there would of been no way. and me meaning everything is my being in the wreck all the way up to me being in the hospital.
Did you have a sense of knowing special knowledge, universal order and/or purpose? No
Did you reach a boundary or limiting physical structure? No
Did you become aware of future events? No
Did you have any psychic, paranormal or other special gifts following the experience you did not have prior to the experience? Yes I am not afraid of places that I would of considered scary anymore, like grave yards at night and so on. Now I can go by myself without worry. Also now I feel like I speak to god all the time. When something happens I hear a voice in my head that is supposed to be god. I also get very emotional to anything that I see that consist of pain. Usually when I see something on TV of somebody getting hurt I start to tear up.
Have you shared this experience with others? No
Did you have any knowledge of near death experience (NDE) prior to your experience? No
How did you view the reality of your experience shortly (days to weeks) after it happened: Experience was definitely real I viewed it as an eye opener. Something telling me that I have a reason to live. That I was put on this earth for a reason.
Were there one or several parts of the experience especially meaningful or significant to you? I seem to remember two parts of the wreck. I think about these all the time no matter what. I remember the open field and me being bent over holding my stomach asking for help.
How do you currently view the reality of your experience: Experience was definitely real Same as above
Have your relationships changed specifically as a result of your experience? Yes I feel open now. Before I was a person that stayed to myself. Now I cant seem to stay away from people.
Have your religious beliefs/practices changed specifically as a result of your experience? Yes Before I did believe in god but not the way I do now. Like everything I do, I think of what god would like me to do. What would make him happy.
Following the experience, have you had any other events in your life, medications or substances which reproduced any part of the experience? No
Did the questions asked and information you provided so far accurately and comprehensively describe your experience? Yes I put down everything that I know as best as I could write it down.