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Response to magical thyme (Reply #6)

Sun Jun 1, 2014, 07:43 PM

7. I m not a person looking for fight, but in saying I don't remember you are dismissing what I said.

This way you get to keep your beliefs without having to consider my experience as complete. There is nothing I can say or do that would convince you that I did not have an out of body experience because your bias is that I did.

The difference between me and people I have talked to that have had near death experiences is that mine was a dead death. No heart beat. I can believe that people who were near death have had out of body, I just have more of an issue that people who were dead did. I will add that I felt a great peace and this experience has removed my fear of death. I hope this is a comfort to people.

I do remember some things that have happened when I was under anesthesia though, like one doctor making jokes about me while I was under and could be considered out of body, I called him on it when I came for follow up and it was true. I also remember hearing a racket when I just got out of the operating room, the woman next to me had died under anesthesia and they were trying to resuscitate her, I heard the noise for a long time and finally I realized I could just wake up and tell them to shut up. I didn't realize the emergency, just general noise. They were shocked I woke up and took me out of the recovery room quickly while I was supposed to stay under for more than than the few minutes I was in recovery. I was supposed to have her anesthesiologist, but there was something not right about him and I told the doctor I would leave the hospital if that guy was to put me under. So I paid 500 more for anesthesiologist out of the plan and I lived. The next woman went in for a nose job and she died for no discernible reason. I don't know what was wrong with that guy, but something about him just said no, not him.

Peace - and always ask to meet the anesthesiologist before an operation.

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