Near Death Experience

by Sophie on February 4, 2011

The veil between our physical 3D reality and what is often referred to as ‘the other world’ has been thinning for over a century as part of our planetary awakening. One of the ways in which it shows is that a substantial number of people have been reporting their ‘near death experiences’.

The significance of near death experiences is not to establish whether the individual actually died and met God or only had a normal, physical reaction caused by oxygen deprivation or by a change in body chemistry.
What I think is significant in a near death experience is:

  1. that the individual invariably comes back emotionally, psychologically and spiritually transformed. Calmer, more confident, more joyful, free of fear, wanting to have a life of service and full of love for others, aware of the common good, selfless.
  2. the similarity in the transformation regardless of the individual’s age, gender, educational or religious background.
  3. that it seems that people who were NOT religious prior to the near death experience come back describing an experience that many spiritual and religious individuals have in the course of their practice without having to come close to death. We call it prayer, meditation, spiritual ecstasy, enlightenment.

What do you think?

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 kimberly February 4, 2011 at 1:37 pm

Hi Sophie,
I agree with you wholeheartedly and I am very grateful to those that I have heard share their experiences. One of my favorite tv shows is the BIO channel’s, “I Survived, Beyond and Back” where people recount their near death experiences, how it has changed them and why they think they survived. They are always transformed and have an understanding far beyond what they had before their NDE. The lion’s share of these people describe a level of love, acceptance and joy that they had never experienced in this life and that it changed them forever. This gives me so much comfort and confirmation about the ‘after-life’ and a yearning to experience a personal transformation here and now…to feel free to love with abandon and to feel worthy of being loved in return.


2 Sophie February 4, 2011 at 3:04 pm

Exactly Kimberly! And you don’t need to have a NDE to experience Divine Love if you are open to it and have a clear intention to become one with it. I think most people who have NDE need them to open up to Divine Love because they weren’t going to learn any other way. I say this respectfully as someone who used to need to learn the hard way! 🙂 I also think I had a NDE at a very young age. I remember it and my mother confirms an episode in my life when she said she was worried and did not know if I would live. It was brief but I think it did the job!


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