The other day, while listening to Dr. Oz, I heard a television guest describe his near-death-experience. He said that, like me, he had done a full analysis of his life when he entered the other side. This man went so far as to say that while doing the memories not only did he see them from his point of view but he also felt other how his decisions affected other individuals involved in the same events as well.
Because of his explanation, I knew that he’d gone to the other side as I had. That’s the same thing that happened to me in September 1980. Also, that’s the way John, my ghost friend from before birth, had always taught me. He made sure that I constantly looked at other people involved in my life’s lessons from their prospective.
It’s the same after death. You look your life over in a matter of seconds when compared to a lifetime of spiritual events. Though you’d think it would take forever, it doesn’t. You’re aware of your entire life immediately along with the impact of your decisions being shown and felt throughout the episode.
To me those few seconds are “Hell,” in every sense of the word. Prior to thinking about hell, I’d have told you that I don’t believe in it but that if you do and think you’re going there, then you will for a little while after death. That is until you discover you don’t have to continually live life on the other side in that manner.
Now, though, after thinking it through, that few moments of memory being played out on the panorama of spiritual thinking after death or in a near-death-experience is truly hell. That’s when you realize just what type person you really are. But, and here’s the good part, you also look at it from a spiritual prospective and recognize that you have the ability to change your life especially if you’re having a near-death-experience. Thus your impact upon others will be different when you live again.
P. S. For more on near-death-experiences and my familiarity with it, please read www.ghoststalk.com.