posted on May, 2 2014 @ 03:36 PM
Yep. Last thing I remembered was being taken via gurney down the hospital hall and seeing the lights on the ceiling go past and hearing the
doctors/nurses say "She's not breathing, she's not breathing." The next thing I knew I was waking up in the room days later on life support, with
the tube stuck down my throat breathing for me. That truly is the weirdest feeling. When you open your eyes, you try to breathe, but whenever you
try to breathe with that tube down into your lungs, it shuts everything down and you get no air at all. Thankfully, a nurse was there when I woke up
and told me to just calm down and don't try to breath. Ha! That's easier said than done. Just laying there watching your chest go up and down.
Anyway, I saw nothing and had no experience at all. One of my friends asked me afterwards, "Well, do you think that's hell?" Which really upset
me because I hadn't thought of it like that before. Maybe so ... maybe if you're "good" and go on to an afterlife, you have the white light and
tunnel experience, but when you don't, well, you're just dead, and that would be considered hell, not having an afterlife.