Back in Two Zaps

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The accident was traumatic and the surgeries were long. During the surgery, I had moved out of my body. I saw myself and then quickly began floating in a tunnel that was made of white light. It felt as though I was leaving my memories behind while moving in the tunnel. It was slow in the beginning, but I saw myself moving at an incredible pace. All of a sudden it came to an end. I found myself floating in an open space. This was the moment when I had no memories; it was very quite. I felt the presence of two people with me, but I didn't see them. I just felt their presence and I wanted to see them. I turned to each side, but I still couldn't see their faces. It seemed that they had bodies without faces. Along with the two souls, I moved in a direction unguided by anything. I saw myself seated in the presence of a being together with the accompanying souls.

All of a sudden I found myself in front of a man. He was quite large and looked very old but with very young skin. He looked as though time had not left any mark of age. He looked very wise, knowledgeable, confident, polite, and peaceful. He had shiny white satin cloth wrapped around him. He had long white hair and a long white silky beard about two to three feet long. The whole environment was utterly peaceful. There were no bonds, no feelings, no happiness, no sadness, no anger, no wind, no sun, no temperature, and no interference. It felt like I was totally submissive to him.

We were seated approximately five meters from this being. He was sitting above our height in an angled direction to us. Someone told him we were there. I didn't hear any voice, but it was clearly on a mind-to-mind level. He then pointed and told us, "You...you go back." It was meant for the two of us. I tried to stay but he again told me, "You do not belong here, go back," while pointing in a direction. I was instantaneously back in my body. I felt two zaps, one after the other. It was the surgeons who were trying to revive me.

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