Life After Death: Doctor Drowned in Kayak Accident Felt ‘Spirit Pulling From Body’ | Sciences

Life After Death: Doctor Drowned in Kayak Accident Felt ‘Spirit Pulling From Body’ | Sciences

Dr Mary C. Neal had a kayaking accident but, rather than panicking, described the situation as calming. She was afraid of drowning growing up, but “felt really good” when she accepted that she would pass away.

She wrote a book, To Heaven and Back, about the life changing experience.
“I was acutely aware of everything that was going on,” Dr. Neal said in an interview about the book.

“I knew that my efforts to get out of the boat were not working, that I was out of air and that I was too far from shore for anyone to reach me.

“I knew I was probably going to die.

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“I could feel my spirit breaking away from my body and my spirit ascending to the heavens. I was immediately greeted by a group of… something. I don’t know what to call them. People? Spirits? Some beings ?
“I didn’t recognize any of them, but they had been important in my life in one way or another, like a grandparent who died before I was born. “

Dr. Neal isn’t the only person to report abnormal near-death experiences.

Dr. Michael Visser has had many near-death experiences. The doctor remembers his first experience with the afterlife when he was four years old.

After graduating from medical school, Dr Visser says he has regular experiences with the afterlife.

“They are not always personal, but are often intended for others who could not be reached by their spirit guides and their angels,” he said.

“Most NDEs are pleasant, but a small percentage are distressing, that is, dominated by feelings such as fear, isolation or torment.

“The pain usually goes away during an NDE, which makes it an extremely pleasant experience. “


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