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Crossing over after a near-death experience Agree: 1 divider Disagree: 0


Both Agreements and DisagreementsPeople who cross over during a near-death experience are given a glimpse of what it is like on the other side but they do not feel the full experience of death. The tunnel they experience is smaller than is the case for those who are making a final transition. People will often experience different types of bright light but only those who are crossing over for good in this lifetime will experience the pure white light. An abbreviated life review is generally experienced before return from a near-death experience.

Agree...Her daughter then told me she was with her daddy and then I saw him appear standing next to her holding her hand. Nathan, the little girl's Dad, appeared to me to be in his early 40's when he died. He proceeded to tell that he was addicted to prescription pain pills and had accidentally overdosed on them which had resulted in a brain aneurism. "Is this correct, is her father's name Nathan?" Cindy was speechless and could barely get the words out of her mouth, "Yes, her father is Nathan. He did overdoes on pills, but he is not dead. He is in a coma right now as we speak and has been for the past three days."...I had assumed he was dead since I saw him on the spirit side and he was speaking to me. But I had had similar experiences in prior readings with Alzheimer's patients. I have found it not uncommon for people...with advanced stages of Alzheimer's, dementia, brain cancer, a stroke or sometimes even patients in drug induced unresponsive states, to literally step out of their bodies.

The Messenger, Denise Lescano
pg. 114, 2014 Source

Death is a commingling of eternity with time; in the death of a good man, eternity is seen looking through time.