Dr Mary Neal was trapped underwater for 30 minutes before anybody reached her body during a kayak accident. No breathing, no pulse, Mary was pulled out of the water dead. Nevertheless, her companions automatically performed CPR and 15 minutes later she started to breathe.
Whilst Mary was dead, she was watching everything from above. Mary had an overwhelming sense of being home and surrounded by loved ones. She had no intention of coming back to life on Earth, the intensity of finding herself alive after her death found her feeling so much more alive than she had ever been when in her body. When she was told it wasn’t her time and that she had to go back, she objected, she couldn’t believe she had to go back. But she did. She hadn’t given any credibility to life after death before this, she does now.
T. Scott Marr suffered a massive brain stem stroke and was pronounced brain dead. His family were ready to take him off life support because they were assured there was no hope. But the morning the deed was meant to be done, he miraculously started to show bodily reactions. Within hours, he was talking. Whilst he had been brain dead, he met his deceased father who told him he had to go back. He made a full recovery and this was something that just does not happen following the condition he was in.
Experiencing death is not something that’s powerless, lonely or frightening, it’s being surrounded by loved ones, experiencing the most blissful and rapturous love and light. It’s feeling more alive than we have ever felt on Earth. The incredible parallels reported by so many people who have been there and come back offer us all hope for a glorious death.