I am a registered nurse case manager by day, and by night I love writing, reading, creating art and connecting with family and friends. With three grown children who are my loves, and three grand children who are my wee loves, life is pretty sweet. I came to nursing later in life and maybe that's why I'm more interested in end-of-life issues. All things related to death and dying and the resiliency of the human spirit are fascinating and beautiful to me. I can be reached at td0954@sbcglobal.net.

One response to “Stone Soup: Out of the Body Experiences”

  1. Candice

    I used to be interested in topics like this and found it helpful during certain periods of my life. Books I read then even led to my father, who was not in the least a “trippy” guy, to tell our family that he had a “death” experience in a hospital in Europe after WWII where he was taken with a severe infection. It was the tunnel, the light, the “being” he spoke to…the whole ball of wax.

    I now focus my effort on feeling what I can while I’m still IN my body. I’d always read, “the kingdom of heaven is within” and other lovely concepts. Then, I was shown a way to know that, for sure. So for me, it’s IN the body, not getting out of it, where the really good stuff exists.

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