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Near Death Experience Opens Doorway
A doorway to the spiritual realm was opened somehow following a near death experience in 2000. I explain the things I saw.
Colleen Barnes- Jones
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Near Death Experience Opens Doorway
Colleen Barnes- Jones
There are some people that never believe in anything beyond this life. They do not believe in
things unseen. As I approached my late 30's, I was becoming one of those people even though I called myself a
I was 37, pregnant for my third child. It was a lond awaited pregnancy and had followed several
miscarriages. At 10 weeks, I began experiencing mild abdominal pain but nothing more so it was easy to dismiss.
One March afternoon, the pain became unbearable and I ended up at the emergency room. My doctor sensed a serious
and soon my vital signs began crashing. Last blood pressure reading I heard was 60/40.
I felt very tired and dizzy and at the same time, I felt like I was sinking. I had been to nursing school and knew this
was a sign of hemoraging.
I was whisked away to emergency surgery with numerous people around me all the way.
I was afraid, I knew I was in dire trouble and time was not on my side.
I remember the anesthesiaologist asking me to count backwards....10....9....8...7.
To the surgeon and all else in the physical realm, I was "out like a light".
I found myself in a dark place, but somehow I knew I was still within my own body. All I could see were randow, tiny bursts
of light all around me. I now think these were nerve endings firing.
I remember feeling terrified and trapped and asking "where am I?" The answer came nearly instantly. It wasn't a voice that spoke to me, just an instant "knowing" if you will.
I was in the middle of my body, somewhere near the belly. My next thought was, "how do I get out?"
As soon as I asked , I was out. I looked around and felt very puzzled but no longer afraid. I had no memory
of the last hour or even days.....nor did I care. I began looking around and could see that I was in a well lit room with chairs
and cabinets. I was hovering near the ceiling. I was not freaked out that i was essentially bodiless. I noticed a group of people below me hovering over a table.
I did not recognize them or even notice their faces. Details seemed to be of no importance to me. I was more interested in what they were all looking at.
I came down to take a closer look. I saw what appeared at first to be a machine. It looked like a geometric puzzle. It looked like millions
of squares each containing essential cells, separate but intact and it formed a human body. I remember it amazed me how complicated and miraculous the body seemed and I was in awe when I realized what it was.
I think I read later that the eyes we see with while in spirit only is are called esoteric eyes and our vision is a bit different and maybe the way we process information is too.
It suddenly occured to me that the body I had been watching was MY own and it was being repaired.
I liken how I felt about that as how one feels when they are waiting on their car to get fixed. I felt no fear or anxiety or even the
impatience of waiting. I felt no attachment to it or care of the whole situation.
I just hovered there in a peaceful state and before long, I was awakened by the surgeon in recovery.
Upon awakening, he explained to me that my uterus had ruptured and I had lost over 1/2 my blood supply as well as my baby. While I was in recovery, he told my sister that they had "lost" me twice but that he believed I would be okay now. I was not told about this conversation for 2 years. If I had known, I may have been able to understand the occurrences that followed. They didn't tell me because they knew I would have a hard enough time dealing with recovering, a long bout of anemia and the emotional stress of losing my child.
In the weeks and months that passed, strange things started occurring in my home.
I did not know what was happening to me. I thought I was losing my mind so I suffered in silence and terror with the experiences
and the spirit beings that I saw. While I once thought the spiritual world could not hurt us, I learned first hand that some are harmless and some
That's where my journey began with the other side.
I am no longer one who believes in GOD and things un-seen....I have no doubt they exist.
I will be publishing my experiences with spiritual realm that is all around us in the following titles: The Un-seen Spirit World 1 and The Un-seen Spirit World 2
I will also tell you how I rid myself of it's effects and the ability to see it , once and for all.
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