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    Harvard neurosurgeon confirms the afterlife exists

    Post  searchingforanswers90 on Sun May 24, 2015 10:05 am

    This was so interesting to read and I really think its great that someone well practiced in medicine and science for many many years was able to experience this and was confident enough to speak out about it regardless of his medical/science minded peers. 

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    Post  DeniseMed2 on Fri Sep 22, 2017 3:29 pm

    Hi there,

    The neurosurgeon's name is Eben Alexander and I read his story in Spirit & Destiny magazine, it's quite extraordinary and I am pleased that this neurosurgeon has spoken out. Many doctors and nurses have had experiences but often they don't talk about it.

    I've also recently read about a Belgian eye surgeon who works in the UK who lost her husband to cancer and has had many encounters with Archangel Michael. I am so pleased that the medical world is now opening up and acknowledging spiritual experiences :astar:

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    Re: Harvard neurosurgeon confirms the afterlife exists

    Post  mac on Fri Sep 22, 2017 4:03 pm

    Again this is an old thread, the member who started it a one-time poster.

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    Post  DeniseMed2 on Sat Sep 23, 2017 1:20 pm

    Does it really matter if this is an old post ? I was just trying to give my view about people working in the medical profession now opening up about their spiritual experience. Your reply just discourages someone like me who has just joined this site !

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    Post  mac on Sat Sep 23, 2017 7:55 pm

    DeniseMed2 wrote:Does it really matter if this is an old post ? I was just trying to give my view about people working in the medical profession now opening up about their spiritual experience. Your reply just discourages someone like m  Not to e who has just joined this site !
    If you had already seen the thread was old, that it had run its course but still think it worthwhile to post in it then go with it.

    Does it matter?  Not to me 'cos I won't bother with old threads anyway.  Your insight could be very interesting but in my view a new thread to start a different conversation would be preferable.  Others doubtless will disagree.

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    Post  Aube Borealis on Sat Sep 23, 2017 10:00 pm

    DeniseMed2 wrote:Does it really matter if this is an old post ? I was just trying to give my view about people working in the medical profession now opening up about their spiritual experience. Your reply just discourages someone like me who has just joined this site !
    For me it's alright to post on old threads if it caught your attention and you can share something about it. I always read your posts and it's very informative and interesting. We're blessed to have you here to share with us your personal experiences as a medical professional. 

    I would like to ask you if you have any experience on patient on comatose whose spirit can be seen or felt like the dead ones.
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    Re: Harvard neurosurgeon confirms the afterlife exists

    Post  Blueanchor on Sun Sep 24, 2017 8:38 am

    DeniseMed2 wrote:Does it really matter if this is an old post ? I was just trying to give my view about people working in the medical profession now opening up about their spiritual experience. Your reply just discourages someone like me who has just joined this site !
    You dont have to be discouraged by one person that points out that a thread is old. Thats just Macs way And I hope were not all expected to tell everyone how blessed we are to have them here for them to stay. Thats just Aubes way. 

    Be yourself and some will share your views and have similar ways,, whilst others may have different views and different ways to you.

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    Thank you Aube & BlueAnchor

    Post  DeniseMed2 on Sun Sep 24, 2017 12:40 pm

    Bless you Aube and BlueAnchor :asmile:  thank you, I know it's important as many colleagues in the medical profession has had experiences and it's important to unite the science and spiritual worlds. The spiritual world is another form of our existence and the science community is just acknowledging the existence of spirit.

    As a nurse, I have had many patients who have slipped into a coma. I personally can't recall that I've seen a comatose patient's spirit although I've sensed it. One such time was when I was with a patient who was middle aged and was dying of a brain tumour, on the morning she slipped into a coma, she told me "do you know what day it is today"? I didn't know what day it was so I asked her and she said," it my wedding day". I knew that her time was near and that day she slipped into a coma. She lasted 3 days and her family was grieving in the room with her. I told her husband to tell her that it was ok to let go...he did through sobbing but she didn't go there and then, she waited until they went for a break to take her last breath ! I sensed she was there within her body and I was trying to support her 2 daughters and her husband who were crying so hard !


    Another time was when I was in a patients room, he had his 2 sons with him they then came to me and said theiir dad needed help, they waited outside the room when I went in he was sitting up so I went to him and physically supported him sitting up. He then looked right past me over my right shoulder and pointed and said "Angel" then he lay back and died, I tried to call his sons back but they didn't hear I actually sensed that there was something behind me and when I looked around there was nothing.

    I've also wrote about Elsie in another post on here about death. Elsie was an old lady who used to wander round the hospital, it was a specialised hospital catering for long rehabilitation, young disabled and dementia patients.

    I was going on duty when I saw Elsie come out of the ward wearing just her blue nightdress, I said hello Elsie and she looked me in the eye and carried on walking and turned left down the corridor. I knew she couldn't get out of the hospital but she didn't have any slippers on and concerned she would catch cold so I went down the ward which had all curtains closed which wasn't unusual at that time of day. I went to the Nurses station and said I had just seen Elsie leaving the ward at which everyone stopped and stared at me. Then Judy, the Head nurse said "come with me" and I followed her to Elsie's bed where I saw her body, she had died 10 minutes previous. I saw her as solid not transparent. I hope this helps answer your question Aube.

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    Post  Aube Borealis on Mon Sep 25, 2017 6:13 pm

    Thanks Denise.

    I have an experience with a dying relative when I was 10. Young children in my generation were sent to experience how to take care of our elders during vacation. My cousins and aunts heard voices on her breath and toddlers seeing spirits around pointing at them that gave us  goosebumps, like she was being comforted and guided.

    There were times I felt spirits passing by when all souls day celebration is near but it stopped since I stopped lighting candles for the souls of departed relatives, I used to pray for them to Rest In Peace yearly.

    Blessings to you too!
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    Post  Violet on Thu Jan 04, 2018 10:25 pm

    Fascinating reading, it's amazing how often people slip away when loved ones have just slipped out of the room for a minute, any thouhhts on why?

    I think based on my own feelings and what I know about myself id see death as a very personal private thing, between you and you god...if you have one



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    Post  Violet on Fri Jan 05, 2018 11:21 pm

    I think when there is long term ill health they know when it is close, accidental/ sudden death im not so sure though some seem to, some seem to know from a very early age when they will die



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    Post  Violet on Fri Jan 12, 2018 10:13 pm

    gigpdo wrote:
    Violet wrote:I think when there is long term ill health they know when it is close, accidental/ sudden death im not so sure though some seem to, some seem to know from a very early age when they will die
    Well i know cats do ( domestic variety ) that is, and wasn't there supposed to be an " Elephant Graveyard " in Africa somewhere?..or maybe it was an old B/W movie from a Hollywood film studio?

    Being instinctual compared to humans being intellect/intuitive it makes you wonder?... :urwelcome:




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    Yes domestic cats will often go and hide away somewhere, curl up and simply go to sleep, lovely way to die.
    Yes elephants are very family orientated they mourn



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