Jennifer J.

After a normal and relatively easy childbirth, I began hemorrhaging uncontrollably. I had to have emergency surgery to remove my uterus, but that didn’t stop the bleeding. The medical term is D & C. I lost so much blood that I went into cardiac arrest and had seizures and a stroke. CPR was performed, but at one point, I was Read More →

Jennifer W.

When I moved to Puerto Rico in 1994, I had no idea that I would live through a near-drowning, even though the island, surrounded by oceans and seas, scared me. I have always had a fear of drowning in deep water. A year and a half after arriving, on September 9, 1995, I was settled in my own home and Read More →

Cindy J.

Extreme fear before losing consciousness. Then slowly faded to black. Then I was jolted awake and was moving down tunnel very fast. The noise in the tunnel very loud. I was moving down the tunnel toward white light. I was passing through a membrane or curtain into white light and at same time felt myself disintegrate into atoms or particles Read More →

Scott W.

Here is an excerpt of my story, from the night of my heart attack: I realized that the moment I had been praying, there was something really different about the level of connection of my prayer. I didn’t feel like I was away from my body. From the time I knew I had arrested, I felt that I had a Read More →

Mira S.

The following information: Copyright © 2015 Mira Sai — All Rights Reserved. Thank you NDERF, for the wonderful opportunity you have provided, to be able to share this most precious happening in my life. It is quite a long read. Please accept my gratitude and love. REBORN FROM THE COSMIC WOMB. My name at the time was Arti, and I Read More →

Sue Ann

In the ambulance, I remember telling the emergency medical technician (EMT) while on the way to the hospital, that ‘I’m dying; I can feel that I’m going.’ She yelled, ‘no, no, no, you’re not! Stay with me!’ I even heard the machine I was connected start beeping as I flat-lined. The next thing I know, I’m in a bright light Read More →

Angela M.

MY DEATH I glanced up on the large clock on the wall beside me. 02.45. I must have dozed off. Days and nights seemed to blend into each other as my need for sleep grew more and more inevitable. Pain had become my only friend. I really had no expectations left of recovery. I was done. Out of sheer exhaustion, Read More →

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