I worried if I should again share another persons experience with death today, I saw that many of you did not respond to the post. However I thought to myself that information like these are needed and this is a spiritual blog site after all. For too long we have been told all sorts of things pertaining to death and its experience and regardless if it is a gloomy subject, these experiences by these people who have come back to tell their stories are very informative and an actual relief from what the church teaches. I remember a pastor years ago taught us something from the bible and he even interpreted it (fool as he was), “Where the tree falls there shall it lie, judgment shall find it same place” this is found some where in Ecclesiastes. His interpretation was that when a person dies, and is buried the dead will be in that grave until judgment day. There will never be a judgement day, judgement hall of course for your life review not the day. This interpretation of what he preached that day is so wrong. I once wrote two stories on this site, which detailed the death experience of two different people, Lolly and Jonah. Lolly was earth bound and Jonah wished to die, his wife had left and he longed to be with her, when death came he happily went, my bloggers did not receive it well I suppose, perhaps it was too deep for them. I have since removed from the blog but I want to give you all just a paragraph or two of their stories here today. If you read the full story you would love it. I am still in initiation will be finished soon however, I will try to peep in.
Lolly is Earthbound, here is a small part of he story which I wrote on the blog, here is an excerpt:
Lolly remembered her own tragedy, but it was too deep to think about. It was right at this very intersection it happened, and from then Lolly had refused to leave, it was on the very same street where Lolly’s house was, just a bit down the road, a hit and run. That was it, and Lolly had left her body immediately, frightened, shaken and desperate to get back to Sara. She had seen the crowd and had wondered what happened, she knew the car had struck her, but as she looked at her self that day, she saw no bruises, no scratches, no blood, she felt fine, just a little disorientated. She had walked over to see if the driver had died, and found herself looking at her body all twisted up in the middle of the street, and people crying, saying that she was dead.
Lolly looked around and saw three men and a woman, they all came to her and told her to come, but Lolly had ran home to see Sara, who was home alone waiting for Lolly to return home, to finish making soup. Lolly found that she could not get into the house, and then she knew that it was true, she had died. Lolly felt alone, and when the strange people beckoned to her, she begged to be left alone, she had shouted for them to go away, they stared at her, not saying a thing and so Lolly ran, and hid until Lucille found her.
It had been a year, and Lolly was tired but she had to stay, she could not abandon Sara. Lucille said that they were trapped, but Lolly did not allow herself to think that. Sara, was her reason for staying, Sara!
Here is another excerpt from Lolly’s story, as written and posted here by Obara Meji:
When Lolly finally conjured up the nerve to go into the house and see Sara again, she met two men at the entrance at the door, who were dressed identical to each other. They had blocked her way. She knew they were not from the ones who wanted to take her away with them, they were protectors of some sort, and so she tried to go around them, but was blocked at every turn. They explained nothing to her, and she could not read their minds, nor would they communicate with her. She attempted to ask a question, to even plead with them, but she saw it was no use, she felt scorned, they looked pass her as if she was not worthy they seemed as if they looked down at her, if she could explain her feelings, “did she have feelings? she thought, and immediately saw Lucile materialize at her side.
Lucille took her away, she cried as she left, because she realized that she did not have access to Sara as she did before. These identical had taken over and they were no nonsense. Sara wanted to be comforted, but how would she get that, from where?
She dare not show signs of weakness here, Lucille had taught her that. It was all for your self in this place, “a place like this”, Lolly shook her head at her thoughts. Lucille had taken her back to the curb and had given her a lecture.
“Lolly”, she said, “You are no longer alive, you have no human form, you must remember that!
“I do have Human form!, Lolly protested, “and so do you”, she said to Lucille
“Human form, Lolly, but not human flesh, you have no human flesh!, said a frustrated Lucille “You are able to see yourself like how you were because death does not remove consciousness, if anything it makes you even more aware. As a matter of fact you even become more alive, in a twisted sort of way, but how much so depends on where you are, and for now, we are stuck, and this has set us back as spirits, because there is no evolution here Lolly, none!
“We are not to mix with them, we must not! Sara is your daughter and that remains the same, but her care in her world has been removed from you, If you had gone with the Others, then you could have gone through the routine and perhaps gotten some sort of ok to see her once in a while, and also guide and protect her always, but you gave that up trying to stay here, Lolly.
An Excerpt from Jonah, who went when death came unlike Lolly and is in the hall of judgement:
Jonah, who had found himself sitting in a chair, which felt soft and comfortable, sat and waited. He wondered if he was in hell, Jonah chuckled, and then he frowned his brow, hmmmm, he thought, perhaps he was in hell, that would explain Kathleen not being here.
If this were hell, Jonah was not surprised to be here, he had killed a couple of men in his time, and not all in the army. Wow, thought Jonah, “I thought hell was a hot place with fire everywhere, and a little black ugly man with red eyes hovering over me, but so far this is nice, so far” thought Jonah.
“Kathleen”, wondered Jonah “where was she” would he see her, ever again? Jonah heard a noise and looked up, he had been twiddling his thumb but the noise had interrupted his thoughts.
Standing before him was his mother, she was standing in a beam of light which was not there before, almost like a spotlight on stage. Jonah inched off his chair and looked closely, this was his mother!
She looked at him and smiled, “Jonaiah Rhames, welcome”.
Jonah was speechless, He had last seen her when he was twenty five years old, and she was in the hospital dying of cancer, his father had left the year earlier from an accident. Jonah wanted to get up from his seat and hug this woman who was to him a saint, but he found that he could not get up. He mouthed the word “Mama”, as he stared at her.
“Jonaiah, welcome, my dear”, she said, “The time has come for you to be with us again, but here you will have to pass your test, and there shall be many, but I am hopeful my dear, I know you have many questions, and they will be answered in due time, but this is a part of the process”, Jonah listened to his mother as she spoke, not clearly understanding what she meant, but found no words to ask her anything, he wanted to know about Kathleen, but could not say it.
“All in good time, my son, soon, it is not for me to reveal anything to you dear boy, just relax, and all will eventually be well”, said his mother, “I am here with you Jonaiah, even if you do not see me, I have never left you”, and with that she was gone and so was the spot light. Jonah felt like crying, but he found no tears. His mother’s presence had brought with it an abundance of memories of his earthly life before and after she had left.
Such a graceful, lovely woman was she. His love for Kathleen had been based mostly n the fact that she reminded him of his mother. Gracious, and caring, just a good human being. In his lifetime Jonah had met some very bad people, and he had been no saint either, until he had met Kathleen, she had changed him, a lot. While Jonah sat there, again lost in thought, the light came back on, and in the center stood someone who he had not seen for over thirty years, his brother James. Jonah’s head jerked back at the sight of James, who looked at him and smiled. Jonah, wanted to leave this room, he felt panic, what was James doing here, why was he seeing him! Jonah wanted to leave, he had to leave, James?!
James spoke, “Jonah, welcome, do not fear nor panic, it is me James your brother, all is well and you will soon understand” James seemed to be amused at Jonahs discomfort, as well he should, thought Jonah, theirs was a bad relationship, and Jonah had…..
Jonah tried to get up from the chair and found he could not, he stretched out his hands to James and said “James, James, how can you smile and talk to me?, James how can you….?
James smiled at Jonah and said, “I know Jonah, I know, but you will soon understand”, and then he left, and the spot light went off.
Jonah stared into the darkness before him, because as James, the place seemed as if it began to spin, Jonah behan to see flashes of his life as a child, and then everything stopped as suddenly as it began.
Jonah wondered, what was he to know, what was he to find out, where the hell was this place. His mother had come, and that was good. Then James had appeared, was that good?, it could not be, thought Jonah, it simply could not!, Why? thought Jonah, was this hell? or some stupid joke, what the hell was going on!
Jonah was sure that he had killed James his brother, he had put a bullet right in between his eyes. James had died at the hands of his brother Jonah! Jonah had killed that son of a bitch. Where was he, what else did he expect to see!
I never finished the stories because of lack of encouragement from my bloggers, but these will be taught in the school
Dr. Dianne Morrissey’s Near-Death Experience
When the late Dr. Dianne Morrissey (1949-2009) was twenty-eight years old, she was electrocuted and had a very profound near-death experience. Her experience transformed her entire life in a very big way. Today, she is a certified hypnotherapist and has taught 25,000 people to see and feel God’s presence during the dream state. Her excellent book, You Can See the Light: How to Touch Eternity and Return Safely, will train you to do this very thing yourself. Her practical techniques will not only give you a transformational mystical experience but can actually heal your physical body. The following is an excerpt from her book, You Can See the Light. Her previous book on out-of-body experiences is entitled Anyone Can See the Light. Also, I highly recommend her video entitled Soul Journeys Beyond the Light. It is one of the best NDE videos I have ever seen.
“I bent over to pick up the plastic tubing. As I began to straighten up, I accidentally bumped the tubing on the edge of the tank. The water suddenly squirted across my face – the pain was so sharp, it felt as if a knife where slitting my cheek! I screamed from the shock and pain, then felt a moment of temporary relief as the water crossed over my molars. My reprieve was short-lived, however, as the electrified water rushed into my mouth.
2. Her Life Review
“When I came to the end of the darkness, I stepped into a new dimension. Here, I could sense the presence of a loving spirit, sent – I knew – by God to greet me. Then, I was back at the site of my physical body. Back and forth I traveled through the tunnel, several times in succession, moving from the Other Side to my electrocuted physical body and back again.
3. Her Higher Self
“In this rapturous place, I recognized that there were two aspects of ‘me.’ My soul was my consciousness, everything that had made me who I had been and what I had become. My spirit, on the other hand, was the part of me that was now transparent and glowing, dressed in white.
4. One with the Light
“The pinpoint of Light became a brilliant white beam a trillion times brighter than the brightest sun imaginable, and began to move toward me. At first, it appeared to be bands of multifaceted light being stretched and pulled together. I knew this Light was the presence of God.
5. Her Guardian Angel
“Suddenly, my spirit body was back in the tunnel. Again, when I emerged from the tunnel, the angelic being was waiting for me. Now, I noticed that her hair was brown and turned under just above her heavenly shoulders. Each of her features was now more clearly visible as I paid closer attention to them. Breathing did not seem necessary for her or for me, yet we were both full of life. She looked at me and asked telepathically, ‘What do you want, Dianne?’
6. Dianne’s Return
“I finally found myself back in my house, once again looking down at my physical body. This time, I realized that my physical body had the potential to live again. I had begun to care less and less whether I returned to my physical body, but at this moment, looking down at my body, my attitude underwent a change. I thought, ‘How sad; she has done so very little.’ I realized ‘Dianne’ hadn’t touched as many people as she could have while alive. And I realized how life could be enriched by touching others lives more deeply and meaningfully.
“If I lived a billion years more, in my body or yours, there’s not a single experience on Earth that could ever be as good as being dead. Nothing.” – Dr. Dianne Morrissey
Obara Meji is a spiritualist, Ifa-Orisa practitioner, and teacher of metaphysics. Since 2011 she has used her online platform to share her personal experiences to those seeking answers about spirituality. Her teachings will expand into short stories, novels, and public speaking to continue her mission of bringing enlightenment to the world.