posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 03:47 PM
Hello everyone I just posted recently and after posting that message realized I had something better to say about this subject than just passing
I also has surgery for a double hernia and to have tubes in my ears when I was about 7 or 8. I remember having a strange "dream" during the surgery
where I recalled waking up to find my face inches away from the operating room ceiling as I was laying flat on my back. I could not spin around, but
could only turn my head to look down. The ceiling was in focus but when I did try to look below me everything was blurry. I could make out people
that appeared to look like nurses and doctors working on someone laying on an operating table. I could see machines and trays, but wasn't really
concerned with what was going on just why I was so close to the ceiling. That's the one thought I remember having. Why am I so close to the
Anyways I woke up in the recovery room extremely sick compared to everyone else. My parents inquired as to why I was so ill and they were informed
that I had gone into cardiac arrest during the surgery and had to be artificially resuscitated. They said that I was allergic to the anesthetic they
used for the operation, but I have since spoken with anesthesiologists that informed me that I was most likely overdosed and not allergic. I never
even thought of the "dream" as a possible O.B.E until I watched some show about them on T.V. One of the experiences was similar to my dream and I
had a, "Hey I remember something like that" moment.
So if that was my soul, spirit, life force, energy, consciousness, or whatever else you would like to call it leaving my body while I was dead or near
death then I can say it wasn't an unpleasant experience. More pleasant than waking up in the recovery room suffering from extreme nausea, in pain
and throwing up blood.
I also was born a few months early, wasn't expected to live, actually stopped breathing for a few minutes and then started breathing again on my own
while my father held me. So I sort of "died" there as well. I do not have any memory what so ever of that at all.
In the end I would like to say that it is easy to become overwhelmed by the thought of death. People die in unexpected, tragic and painful ways, but
I believe it would be a far greater tragedy to not experience the life that we have been given just to avoid a potentially less than ideal death.
Every single time you leave your house, enter a car, go for a walk, eat sushi, go to a carnival, or sit at home and do nothing being afraid you still
have a chance of experiencing death. Some activities do up your chances of course, but unless your a heroine addict who refuses to use clean needles
while you shoot up in the middle of a field during a lighting storm while wearing a copper flag pole for a hat I'd say the odds are more with you.