reply to post by Legion2024
The dark and nothingness was a result probably of whatever drug(s) they were giving you.
Once you die though, and I've had a couple Code Blues that came back and told me there is something after this "reality" - it's bright and they
felt more love than they ever felt. They both didn't want to come back but both were told, it wasn't their time yet and they had not finished with
what they had agreed to???
Anyway this is meant to make you feel more at ease with the idea of death.
When I had my second son it was an emergency C-Section, the cord was coming down and strangling my 2nd son before he could make it down the birth
canal - I felt like pushing and labor was really bad, and they could not find the anesthesiologist for 45 minutes. The doctor told me if I pushed,
both my son and I would die, I would bleed out before he could get into me.
They finally found the anesthesiologist and he put me under. Now, I've had a lot of surgeries for various things and this was the worst - because
they had to get me under quick the anesthesiologist couldn't "float me down" - he literally knocked me out and it was like being awake one minute
and thrown off a cliff the next, utter darkness, nothing..................it was the drugs.
Anyone out there having surgery or a loved one having surgery or a beloved companion (some call them pets) put to sleep - make sure to SPECIFY THAT
THE ANESTHESIOLOGIST FLOAT THEM DOWN GENTLY
A good anesthesiologist can make the trip to unconsciousness very comfortable, some aren't as good as others so you have to spell it out to them, as
they are people just like you and me. Again, specify that they float them down very gently first - being "knocked out" boom can play havoc with
your entire mind/body for a long time.
I was also in a bad car accident (steering column gave out) and was unconscious for two days. I'm not going to say where I was for two days because
I have a thin skin and not ready for the rude and disbelieving remarks people will sling, but I assure you, if what I encountered was the real reality
- this 3d is only the beginning.
Have had patients tell me the same plus with my own experience - so do not be afraid, there is not nothingness at the end of this life for humans.
The nothingness is from the phama drugs.
Now there is speculation that for some entities that do not have a soul, when they die, they truly die - but they are not really human. They are
without souls, they are cold, callus and completely dark and service to self. (Just from what I have read, I'm human so I can only tell you my own
experiences). That is a whole different topic/thread and why some entities would like to be human because we humans were gifted with eternal life.
Again, this "reality" is just one of many journeys our souls take, a simple drive if you will. Death is getting out of the car, birth is getting
back in the car, life is driving around in the car and that car is our bodies.
Hope this makes you feel better.
If there are any anesthesiologist out there in ATS Land reading this: If you can, float the patient down gently not fast.
My last surgery went really well, the woman knew what she was doing, I specified to her to float me down gently, not fast and hard.
These things people don't talk about but should. These things, a lot of people don't know about so here is where maybe someone else's experience
can hopefully benefit someone else.
It is important to remember that we are energy. Einstein told us that. And energy cannot be created or destroyed, it just changes form.