Christopher G NDE
recently found out that I have Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome/Heart Disease
which causes sudden death at any moment because of the extra path way in the
heart. The only way to fix this heart disease is by Ablation which is surgery
where the surgeon removes the extra pathway in the heart that the blood pumps
through. I was under in a conscious sedation. I felt sedated to the point where
I did not know what was happening to me but there was a moment when I went into
V tach where the heart speeds up so fast it causes a heart attack. Even under
the sedation I felt a small amount of pain but when my heart starting going into
V tach a peace came over me I became fully aware of my surroundings I could feel
the shell of my body and my spirit began to rise an extreme peace came over me.
As my spirit began to rise the doctor shocked me and then again and my spirit
stopped and went back into my body and state of mind went back to being sedated.
I felt complete peace no worries about anything and it was one of the greatest
experiences of my life.
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 was in surgery for a heart disease operation called Ablation.
At what time during the experience were you at your highest level of consciousness and alertness? When my body started going into V tach and I could hear all the monitors go off. The pain left peace came over me and my spirit began to rise from my body.
How did your highest level of consciousness and alertness during the experience compare to your normal every day consciousness and alertness? More 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: When my body started going into V tach and I could hear all the monitors go off. The pain left peace came over me and my spirit began to rise from my body.
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 Vision was blurry in sedation when I was having the heart attack vision became clear as my thoughts also did.
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 Enhanced more clear
Did you experience a separation of your consciousness from your body? Yes
What emotions did you feel during the experience? Peace complete peace
Did you observe or hear anything regarding people or events during your experience that could be verified later? Yes There should be a medical record showing I crashed and they had to shock me twice.
Did you see or visit any beautiful or otherwise distinctive locations, levels or dimensions? No
Did you have any sense of altered space or time? Yes I felt that my body was separate from my spirit and they where on two different planes of existence.
Have you shared this experience with others? Yes The next day.
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 have full memory of the hole experience not half or partial but I remember it all.
Were there one or several parts of the experience especially meaningful or significant to you? When I felt the separation between body and spirit and a sense of peace came over me and my spirit began to rise there was no greater feeling.
How do you currently view the reality of your experience: Experience was definitely real I know the difference between real and not real.
Have your relationships changed specifically as a result of your experience? No
Have your religious beliefs/practices changed specifically as a result of your experience? No
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