Recently, I had a surgical procedure done. I asked the anesthesiologist how long it would take to knock me out and he replied that it would only take a few seconds. I didn't believe him. Turns out, he was right. I remember him saying, "we're starting now" and they put an oxygen mask over my mouth. I think my last thought was - 'we'll see how long...' and I was out. It was a very disconcerting feeling for me to wake up in recovery and realize that during that time, I had absolutely no idea where "I" was. Did "I" hunker down and rest? Did "I" leave my body? Was "I" visiting with spirits that still roam the hospital or was "I" meeting with my guides? I'm well aware that we are able to leave our bodies. You can read just about any near death experience where they describe how they left their body and could see and sense what was going on around them. Yet, in my case, I have no idea where "I" was during the 1.5 hours I was knocked out. From this experience, I can better understand some people's fear of us just ceasing to exist when we die.
A few weeks ago, I saw a post on Facebook that caught my attention. A man took a photo of the scene of an accident in KY and captured something quite interesting. Snopes is convinced it's just dust, some say the photo is altered (Saul swears it isn't) and others believe it could be the victim of the accident. If you look at the photo above, you can see an image above the state trooper between the two ambulances. The man who took the photo, Saul Vazquez, posted this along side it:
Charles Deadman did pass from the injuries he sustained. Some say he may have died on scene, others say he died at the hospital. The naysayers challenge that the image couldn't be him since he died later away from the scene of the accident. What they don't realize is that our Spirit can, and often does, leave the body during times of trauma. Regardless, I think this photo is a beautiful reminder that we don't just disappear into nothingness/blackness when we die. We continue on. We just take a step out of our body, from this plane to the next.
Love, Adrienne :)
Hello! I'm Adrienne Almamour, an empathic intuitive conduit. I assist people by detecting and clearing their subconscious emotional energy blockages. This blog is a commentary and reflection of life from an intuitive standpoint which also incorporates ways that allow us to be from our heart.