blue thing

blue thing

wind thing

wind thing

open flame

open flame

killin’ thing

killin’ thing

mom

mom

sunset girl

sunset girl

rough boy, tough boy

rough boy, tough boy

~ dead cat ~

sea hand

sea hand

fish

fish

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Dr.Eben Alexander a Harvard neurosurgeon almost died in 2008 when a mengingitis attacked his brain. His entire neocortex, the part that gives rise to consciousness, memory and thought shut down. He went into a week long coma. Only the primitive sections of his brain were working.

In his words: 

"My first memories from when I was deep inside: I had no language, all my earthly memories were gone," he said. "I had no body awareness at all. I was just a speck of awareness in kind of a dark, murky environment, in roots or vessels or something. And I seemed to be there for a very long time — I would say years.

"I was rescued by this beautiful, spinning, white light that had a melody, an incredibly beautiful melody with it that opened up into a bright valley," he added, "an extremely verdant valley with blossoming flowers and a just incredible, rich, ultra-real world of indescribable complexity."

Alexander said there was a young woman who soared across time and space with him on a butterfly wing and gave him a message to take back from Heaven.

"She looked at me, and this was with no words, but the concepts came straight into mind: You are love; you are cherished; there’s nothing you have to fear; there’s nothing you can do wrong," he said.

God was there as a vast presence of love, Alexander said, and Alexander understood God through an orb of brilliant light.

"It was all of eternity and all of conscious existence," he said. "But it was this brilliant orb of light that was almost as necessary as a translator to bring in that message from the divine and the incredible."

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