Near Death Experience

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A near-death experience is a spiritual phenomenon that happens when the spirit leaves the physical body. A NDE falls under the umbrella of out-of-body experiences (OBE’s).
I’ve included information on near death experiences on this site – because it gives hope and peace to those in sorrow.
Even though we have been left behind for now, we will see our loved ones again someday. May we be inspired to live better lives in the meantime.
But most importantly, NDE’s teach us that we, as infinite souls, can never die.

This page is dedicated to information about NDE’s, including real life stories. 
Near-death Experiences 
Elisabeth Kübler-Ross.. “Ask and you will be given.”
Stairway to Heaven
“See How You Are?”
Be Here Now!
At The Brink
Between Two Worlds

If you have a near-death-experience you would like to have published on griefandmourning.com, please fill out the {NDE} submission form and send it to jade@griefandmouning.com

Wherever possible, I include a commentary- free of charge, designed to educate the reader about Near-death experiences. Thank you in advance for your contribution, and the comfort and inspiration it will bring those who read of your experience!

Please feel free to make a comment to any post. Your contribution is appreciated.

If you have a question to ask, or want to inquire about my upcoming services, please send an email to jade@griefandmourning.com Just write “Question” in the subject line so I don’t confuse your email with spam.
Thank you!
Jade

2 thoughts on “Near Death Experience

  1. I’m still trying to decide if this site has helped or not. I’m still alone, I still LOVE Cathleen with all my heart, I still miss her beautiful eyes, beautiful red hair her hugs. But thank you for an education. What I need to know is where the information came from.

    Michael S-

    • I’m sorry for your loss, Michael. All the information on this site has come from my and other people’s experiences. I don’t know if you have read any of the after-death communications, but that might help in some way. It’s true, we do still love and miss our loved ones who have passed. Even the grief process itself does not wipe that away, but it eventually wipes away other such pain. Hugs. Thanks for writing. 🙂

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