I had the privilege of being the guest on Martha Atkins’ inaugural BlogTalkRadio show, Light After Death. Martha is amazing, and it’s because of her warm loving encouragement that I’m finally able to talk openly about my near death experience in 2004. I had one of the “non-dramatic” kind that I was embarrassed to talk about because I didn’t think anyone would take me seriously. It’s not like I was pronounced clinically dead and woke up with a sheet over my head. Many many people have such experiences similar to mine and feel as I did, that no one would take us seriously.
BUT . . . we need to talk about it because the experience has the opportunity to profoundly change us. For me, I was gifted with the knowledge that my babies who died are still with me, are still my babies, and that they matter . . . and that there really is life after death.
Here’s the interview which runs about 30 minutes. Even if you don’t listen to the show, bookmark Martha’s show on BlogTalkRadio and become a regular listener. The more we talk about death, dying and life, the more comfortable our culture will be with it . . . which it makes it so much easier to grieve in compassionate community. We will ALL (bereaved or not) be healthier for it. Let’s take it out of the closet!
Click the link to listen in. I’d love to hear your comments and your stories.