Arshan

I was not feeling well and I wasn’t paying attention to my driving. I reached an intersection and looked to both sides of the street without much care. I did not see any cars coming, so I continued along my way. Suddenly, I heard a loud car horn followed by a loud crashing sound. At that moment, I found myself 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 →

Shara G.

Sound and music are two different qualities of expression, and both have always been equally important to me as an extension of my artistic nature. I didn’t choose either as a career or vocational path. I focused, instead, on graphics arts because I needed a dependable paycheck. Over the past three decades, I became so involved in my design career Read More →

Ana C.

They had to operate on me a second time to extract the liquid that was surrounding my heart and lungs. This was making it very hard to breathe. They found it was full of Staphylococcus aureus. Some patients are able to hear and feel much earlier than others, after anesthesia. I realized that the surgery had begun, I was alive, Read More →

Mike M.

I liked running at the YMCA in downtown and did so every chance I could. It was a Saturday morning and I had been running for about 15 minutes. Suddenly, I was aware that I was standing over a man who was lying on the ground. Attendants began working on him performing CPR and trying to get him to respond. Read More →

Susan F.

Experience #1 – Suffocated in the snow. Prior to the event, my mom agreed to let us go out after nap time ended, to play in the snow. I was happy to do it because being self-absorbed in playtime is something two and three year olds love to do! So mom got us dressed and off we went into the 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 →

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