What I had recognized in my daily struggles was that there were distinct differences in my character and habits and viewpoints along the way. I just assumed I was grateful to be alive; but I documented
the strange changes in personality as I recognized them. In retrospect, the list grew to nearly 15 pages of changes I had realized. Some of you have seen a few. The list still grows to this day.
Around Christmas of 2013, nearly three years later, as I neared what appeared to be the end of my battle, I received a calendar as usual at Christmas from my mother with several pictures on it she had made. It was a ritual in my family to get this calendar every Christmas from Mom. We all look forward to it and it is a staple of each of our homes all year without fail. We all fought for "the cover" photo as we call it; and it's been a tradition and passion for my Mom for some time now. By the way,we still jokingly jockey for the cover photo each and every year. LOL.
As I scanned the calendar, I came across a picture of a man. Instantly, I was weakened and literally fell back in my seat. I was stunned. My breath was stolen from me instantly. The man on that calendar had the same face in the giant mass of light I had experienced at death's door in my "dream". It was the same face but I still didn't know who it was. The man I was told -- once I could
muster the question -- was my Grandfather Trombley. He had died in 1956, well before my birth and as a result had never been a part of my life in detail or in pictures. There was no possible way I could recognize this man as I had never seen even a picture of him, nor had I had any direct knowledge of his life or character previously. This was the day I realized that my "dream" was directly influenced by someone already departed.
In the next few months, I discovered the near-death experience (NDE) and its history in our society. I was never a believer in these events as perceptual prejudice dictated otherwise -- a mass delusion
I would often say. Although it was clear to me at this point that my "dream" was a near-death experience.
But I hadn't actually died -- or had I? Well, this is where the world changed once again for me. Things started "happening". I couldn't get enough information and I still have an insatiable desire for
information. Theories of things pop into my mind on topics I previously never cared about. Oddly, I couldn't and still can't read other NDEs. I just couldn't seem to do it and still can't. But, what
I was insatiable about was the recorded and well-documented and researched "after effects". I compared my recorded after effects to several lists developed by researchers and scientists. As you can imagine, the changes I documented were almost exactly the same as millions of near-death experiencers around the world. This realization happened almost three years from the actual event --
exactly the time frame recorded in research as the time frame the majority of near-death experiencers go through until their "awakening" or realization of the event and acceptance of the same.
Without trying I had evolved to a higher consciousness. I had changed. Just like the others had at exactly the same time frame as the others. I had assumed you had to die to have these experiences
prior and had heard, like you, about these experiences. Come to find out, you don't have to actually die to have a NDE. It's a "near" death experience. I previously wrote them off to some metabolic brain malfunction at the time of death I guess -- death's illusion. I was not a believer. I am now obviously.
The NDE is different for each of us. They are not all typical. But the after effects, brain shift and timing are identical. You can't ignore each experience and you can rationalize it any way you want. You can't ignore millions of people who changed all at once in mass numbers after an experience like this. It's hard for people to change any one thing about themselves, let alone major shifts in personality. That's just unexplained for most. But not so for us.
Since my awakening, I research. I read and learn, and learn and read. It's not all NDE stuff -- very little in fact. It's things like quantum physics and science. I have theories, which I don't ask for
on topics I should care nothing about, pop into my head a hundred times a day. It is a sixth sense that took me some time in seclusion to control and understand. Epiphanies of life's greatest questions
and some questions I never even considered. Sometimes they flow with such ease that I often just burst into laughter. Most importantly, I have a love for others I simply can't ignore.
Then there's the "calling". We all experience the same calling to better mankind in some way. In fact, it seems the only question I can't answer in life is the one thing said in my NDE. I am "supposed
to do something important." This remains the carrot I will forever chase; and I am perfectly OK with it. I have found that the path of life is easy when you understand that everyone and everything along
the path is not for a reason, but for a purpose. EVERYTHING! It's free will that allows me to choose what I pay attention to. There is a "oneness" to the universe -- a single common component to
everything and every person right down to each atom. It's energy.
The foundations of the universe and the epiphanies I see every day are too numerous and mind numbing to go into. I'll spare you the details. I just "know" things now that I don't ask or seek. I just
"know". It just comes to me. I am not alone with this. It happens to most all of us who go through an NDE. But the question still remains, "What do I do with it?"
I have a pretty good idea. I will write and share and find peace in the fact that change is up to the individual. It's free will and it's yours to choose. But I will share it. What you do with it is up to
you. But I do realize the fact that my guide in my NDE was a family member with a message -- a message for many in my family. The fact it was someone I had never known due to death is not the message. The fact that I didn't know that branch of my family IS the message. The division in some of the limbs of my family tree has withered and I know why. I also know someone wants it changed. I do not take this responsibility on myself. They will take it from here. And yes there are others. But one of my callings was to share it with my family and others and I consider that now complete.
I have learned that love can do many things. The love and commitment from my living family got me here today. I learned that the love from my dearly departed showed me the light of that love from beyond.
The experience changed me greatly and I researched my theories on change. One thing was clear: change doesn't happen yesterday. It's about forgiveness. They showed me that as well. I will share them as I go. There are too many things to talk about regarding lessons from beyond. I will share them at my family reunion on July 6th and from there I will depart for Arizona. If you attach a new idea to a great emotion, just maybe it impacts people and causes similar brain shifts. At a minimum, it provokes thought in others.
Nearly a year after the experience, I found myself in hospice once again terminal. I found a way; but I suspect finding a way was actually giving in. I was releasing the stress and worry and just accepting it. I never felt more at peace than when I was in hospice. Two months into my hospice journey, I had gained sixty pounds and felt great.
It was back to the doctors to find out why. There it was again. All traces of the disease killing me were gone -- without drugs and without medical treatment of any kind. Poof! It was gone. There is no medical explanation for it to this day. Nurses at the hospital said I was a gift from God. I think we all are obviously.
Surviving the impossible yet again, I wanted to know why. I researched and explored the great epiphanies I had several times a day. It was a knowing of things I shouldn't have known.
This blog with be a small sample of things I was shown in the light such as how my vibration changed. I will post some of my research from time to time. And I will discuss the "after effects".
I hope you enjoyed one of the most humbling experiences of my life. It takes a lot to bleed all over these pages in the manner I just did. I pray perceptional prejudice doesn't interfere with the quality
of what you learn here. I pray you apply it to your own families. It's never too late to make a change in family. One clear thing about family you can take from me is this: in the "end", it's all about family.
Today I am cancer free with the rest of my life ahead of me. I understand the flow of life and the universe and think it's funny actually how easy it really is. I have no fear of death in the same way that all near-death experiencers have no fear of death. We know death is the prize actually.
I have also realized irrefutable things to be true: there is always
life -- even after death. The energy goes somewhere. It goes
everywhere. But the very energy that powered the person in life is
the same energy that seeps into our very mind daily. We miss them;
but they are right there all the time. There is always life. Don't
waste a minute ... NOT ONE SINGLE MINUTE OF LIFE ... Reap it ...
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