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The living an the dead
Life after Death
Member Name: stimpins
Life after Death
Advantages: my experiences only
Disadvantages: depends on your own views
This I feel may be a delicate subject for some people to discuss as its such a grey area.
I am going to write this from my own experiences and hopefully it will shed some light on a few issues.
My granny who is now officially dead, had what I call an out of body experience.
She had taken a massive heart attack and was dead as there was no pulse output.
She remembered it very clearly when describing her experience to us, which is as follows-
My granny had been taken to resus where doctors worked very hard on her to get her heart to restart.
They done heart massage, bagged her for oxygen. When this didn't work it was time to start shocking the heart.
By this stage my granny was already as she described floating above everything as it went on. She watched as the doctors worked to save her life in every way possible.
On the third attempt of shocking the heart, it finally restarted.
My granny said at this point, everything began to become hazy and distant, which is when she thinks she must have returned to her body.
Regarding ghost/spirit sightings, I seem very prone to this happening a few weeks after someone has died or a family member is distressed to pass on a message.
Again these are my experiences-
When my youngest daughter was born, I woke during the night to find my other gran standing over the cot looking at her.
She was as fit as a fiddle.
My gran had a leg amputated and the foot off the other leg, but on this occasion she was in full body and looked so happy.
My gran just stood at the cot looking at my baby, not saying a word, then smiled and left.
Only a matter of 4 years ago did my father-in-law die suddenly in hospital.
My mother-in-law was finding his death and still is finding it, very hard to deal with.
I was having a nap on the sofa when I was woke by a cold breeze.
There were no doors or windows open so no reason for the draft.
I looked up making sure I was fully awake and my father-in-law stood in front of me.
He just looked at me, then said, Jacqueline, please tell Joan that I'm fine and I'm happy, and she must get on with things.
I knew telling anyone this would sound crazy, but I felt I had too tell her, so I did.
I think shortly after this she did start getting herself sorted out and beginning to get on with life.
I don't know why this happens to me as I don't have any beliefs or non- beliefs for that matter. I feel everyone is entitled to their own opinion on everything in life.
Well, I hope this has helped in understanding the living as well as the dead.
Summary: My words and my personal experiences