Monday, June 30, 2008

What a near-death experience gives

My friend and I had a near-death experience yesterday around 2:00am. It was a car accident and until now I still could not believe that we lived through that experience unscathed. I can still vividly remember what happened, which I find weird because I thought that my brain would just opt to forget the traumatic experience. And as I replay every scene before, during and after that accident --- I keep coming back to the following thoughts that appear like pop-ups in my head:

  1. That acceptance was the last thing I felt or thought about just before impact. There was neither fear nor panic. I remember I was sitting there fully aware of everything that was happening and feeling nothing.
  2. That I was concerned about my friend.
  3. That miracles do happen everyday and that most times we fail to recognize them.
  4. That I should never ignore my gut feeling again. My gut has served me well for so long already. It scares me most times because it is like having a psychic ability that I am not sure if I want. I realized that whatever gift we have, we should always accept and nurture because they are given for a reason. My gut kept telling me before the accident that I should not go but I ignored it.
  5. That this is my second life and I fully intend to live it to the fullest, to treasure it like the gift that it truly is.

As Oogway of Kung Fu Panda said, "There are no accidents." I think that now, more than ever, I understand what that truly means. Things happen for a reason. Near-death experiences happen because there are lessons that are needed to be learned from them. I believe that anyone who lives through a near-death experience is still meant to live. And that it is the kind of living that embraces the gift of life to the fullest.

2 comments:

Ian Stone said...

I'm pleased to read your time was not up yet. However you can still be affected by the emotions during an accident. Most people will show Anger, Fear and Lack of Love. I detect these by the disturbances in your energy centres

As you both settle down after the shock it is best to release these emotions. To remove these, all you need to do is acknowledge you have these emotions, find a new positive meaning to associate with them and then let go of these emotions. The positive can simply be what you have learned from the experience.

Your Chakras will immediately be restored and Energy will begin to flow as the block from this incident has been removed.

This may sound simple but it will prevent a sickness or injury manifesting in your physical body that could occur some years into the future.

With Love
Ian Stone – Founder of HEART Energy Healing System,
Human Energy Assessment Release Treatments
Metaphysical Institute
Metaphysical Institute Blog

Ian Stone said...

I'm pleased to read your time was not yet up. However you can still be affected by various negative emotions during an accident. Most people will show Anger, Fear and Lack of Love. I detect these as disturbances in your energy centres

As you both settle down after the shock, of the accident, it is best to release these emotions.

To remove these, all you need to do is acknowledge you have these emotions, find a new positive meaning to associate with them and then let go of these emotions. The positive can simply be what you have learned from the experience.

Your Chakras will immediately be restored and Energy will begin to flow as the block from this incident will been removed.

This may sound simple but it will prevent a sickness or injury manifesting in your physical body that could occur some years into the future.

With Love
Ian Stone – Founder of HEART Energy Healing System,
Human Energy Assessment Release Treatments
Metaphysical Institute
Metaphysical Institute Blog