a reply to: Raizekas
I was in the hospital in the ICU when it happened, my heart stopped, code blue called and dozens of hospital staff rushed to my side. They used a
difibulator to re-start my heart that had stopped beating.
As soon as I opened my eyes and after the initial shock of it all, I though about my grandfather and uncle. They both passed away over 10 years prior
and I thought about them right away? They both passed when I was young and didn't really know them, not that I don't love them. Why think about them
when there's dozens of people rushing around with machines and hooking me up to wires and all kinds of other hospital code blue stuff.
I don't remember seeing anything but I did feel at complete and utter peace about death. From what I've read about the natural "spirit molecule,"
often times people don't remember everything that happened during a NDE. So even though I don't remember seeing anything, it doesn't mean I didn't. I
still don't fear death, at all.
Here's the weird part, there was a hospital 1 minute from my house, my husband (fiancée at the time) asked me what hospital I wanted him to take me
to. The one I chose was 20 minutes away. I have a rare autoimmune condition, Addison's
(un diagnosed at this point) and while I was in the ER at the hospital 2 cities from my house, a doctor happened to walk by, he wasn't
treating me, the doctors that were didn't know what was wrong with me. I had a temperature of 92.7F, yes you read that right, and really really really
low blood pressure and felt like death. Well the doctor that walked by has a class 2 weeks earlier about Addison's disease. Can you believe that, I
had been sick for years, trying to find out what my problem was and no doctors could discover my issue. It's weird how everything just fell in to
place, I am alive today over a series of events because I went to the right hospital. Had I gone to the local one, I'd be dead, I know it.
After being released from the hospital, about 2-4 weeks after, I started having Out Of Body Experiences all the time! All the time, I'd had them a few
times prior to my NDE but nothing like I've experiences after. While they have slowed down (I was having then every single day for years) I still have
them at least one a week. I started meditating about two years ago and noticed the OBE/AP's began to happen with more frequency.
I've read about others opening their third eye and regretting it, I don't agree. I see the world so much differently than before, I wouldn't have it
any other way. The only thing that bothers me, the vibrations right prior to an OBE can be quite painful.
edit on 6-5-2014 by Jennyfrenzy because: additional info