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May 14, 2021 23 min

In episode #23, we talk with Mary Bergstrom,  a writer, public speaker who  describes a near-death experience and the lasting effect it had on her  life

  • Crossing over was like ‘feeling a gravity beyond a gravity you can imagine”
  • She immediately found herself in a beautiful place
  • The colors seen were vivid, dramatic, and comforting, but the surroundings were not earth-like
  • A deeper understanding that her family and friends would be ok if she had died
  • A feeling  that everything was as it was meant to be; the history/ events  of the world all made perfect sense
  • An encompassing feeling of love, acceptance, forgiveness, and completion
  • She no longer has a fear of death as a result of her near-death experience
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