Revelation and Transformation

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My NDE occurred in February 2006. I was critically ill with a staph infection in my lungs and all sinus cavities. I also had another infection called C-dif. I had a high fever of 103, black sores in my mouth, poor breathing, and the worst headache pain in my life. I remember leaving my body before being admitted to the hospital looking down at the ambulance, health care workers, my husband and eight year old son at the time. Like a movie, my entire life scrolled by me all at once during this time. I remember saying "I am not ready to die yet" and returned to my body. Three days later while lying in a hospital bed, I felt and saw the presence of a beautiful angel in a dream with her arms raised and palms pressed together toward the heavens. I also felt myself dancing with her at that very moment, twirling, and leaping, even though my physical body had not left the bed. I felt totally at peace and filled with unconditional love. At that moment, I knew that I would be healed. I was also instructed to write at that very moment about the experience to share this message of love, light and peace to the world. This angel told me that I was free and that all would be well…that I, too, would help others heal.

From that moment on, my life has undergone both a divine revelation and personal transformation. I have since become a yoga instructor and have been "gifted" as an energy healer being able to read others' energy fields and channel this Universal Consciousness/Divine Holy Spirit/Universal Life Force.

Moments of intuition, synchronicity and being led to various teachers have become the norm for me. Today, I enjoy perfect health in my physical body, but I know who I really am is already in a complete state of perfection steeped in unconditional love. None of this would have happened without the NDE.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 01 September 2012 20:48 )

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