My Glimpse of Eternity

"What appears to be the end of the road
may simply be a bend in the road"
~Robert H. Schuller


A New Sunrise

I transitioned into eternity.

One moment I struggled for breath and the next moment I found myself floating weightlessly and effortlessly in the most tranquil ethereal stillness. It was like I was lovingly cradled by a warm golden light, beckoning me onwards.

It was like there was only love, joy and peace in this realm, a sense of exquisite oneness.

As I was drawn to this indescribable loving golden light, an entire emergency resuscitation team around my hospital bed made sure that I did not continue floating further in that direction ...

I came back.

People still shouting, "Cardiac Arrest!!", monitors bleeping furiously, and ...

I have no fear of death, and I found the whole experience of a NDE (Near Death Experience) quite enlightening. This third heart attack was the most significant as I had "consciously" transitioned over with a long flat-lined 'time-out'.

Apart from the struggle of breath (Atrial Fibrillation with fluid leakage into the lungs), I found dying was easier and smoother than living.

I chose to live, and the demand for me to live from family, loved ones, friends, medical people, plus prayers from literally all around the world, was too great to journey on into this eternal adventure.

What followed was a series of medical/surgical interventions, which were painful and unpleasant, such as opening blockages in the heart with stents inserted, a pacemaker implant, plus the long healing process of the ribs that were cracked during the resuscitation.

I became aware, after that NDE experience, that my entire outlook to a busy, at times intensive, entrepreneurial lifestyle had changed. I am deeply grateful to be alive and surrounded by loving people, my grandchildren, and of course my little fur-baby, my Mi-Ki dog, Pippin.

I had come to the point where I had to learn the hard way to put myself first. Sure, I knew all this before, but it appears that professionals tend not to follow their own advice ....

The 'bend in the road'? Well, I am travelling on a fresh adventure of conscious joyful living, allowing beauty, grace and ease and bountiful abundance to come to me, as I am flowing on my divinely aligned path, choosing to inspire my senior sisters to upgrade their lives, as well.

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