Angels from My NDE

Update 1/19/18:  My memoir Angels in the OR: What Dying Taught Me About Healing, Survival, and Transformation is available for pre-order and is a #1 new release in several categories.  I would love your support in helping me make near-death experiences more mainstream.


111 thoughts on “Angels from My NDE

  1. Thank You for posting this! I have a younger 2nd cousin, John who was about 4 when this happened, suffered 3rd degree burns to his arm. He described that angels touched his skin and healed him, later at the doctors office, the doctor could not believe that my cousin had healed so quickly (this all happened within the span of a week). The Doctor said it was a miracle and the fact that he has no scarring or evidence that the incident ever happened, added to the doctor’s amazement. My Uncles and Aunts, Mother and Father had to gather money for expensive patches that he would not need, thankfully. All in all these stories amaze me and fill me with hope and happiness, Thank you for sharing this excerpt from your book I cant wait to read it!

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  2. This is really an incredible experience that you had and that you are now able to share with the whole world. I think this gives so many people hope of what there is to come after death, after this life that we have. Many people are afraid of dying or afraid of what will happen next so I think this gives everyone such a peace and tranquility that not many people can obtain on their own. Thank you so much for sharing your experiences you are a blessing to everyone.

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  3. Wow! This is an amazing story. I like all of the descriptive details that you used. I felt like I was in the operating room with you watching everything unfold.

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  4. My dad died the beginning of this year very unexpectedly. It’s has been hard for me to wrap my head around his death and how temporary and fragile life is. Reading this gave me a sort of peace that I didn’t know I needed. I am relieved to know that he is experiencing the amazing things you described. Thank you so much for sharing your experience with the world. You have given me so much comfort.

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  5. This is an amazing experience , not everyone is lucky enough to see angels , even though you did have to go through a tragic experience , I loved it since it sound sience fiction but it is real.

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  6. I really enjoy the way you describe everything you felt it made me feel and see what was happening to you. Keep up the good work I hope to read more of it, it was really interesting.

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  7. I really loved how you describe all the wonderful things that had happen to you during this experience. I hope your story can relate to others who have been through the same path as you!

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  8. I really enjoyed reading about your experience. Death has always been my greatest fear, mainly because I never imagined that there truly was another side. I always get those 1 a.m. negative thoughts about how dying is the last thing close to having a feeling of happiness and peace, but reading this definitely helped set my mind at ease. I will always live, and I shall not live my physical life in worry because everything will be okay. Thank you Professor Barker.

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  9. Thank you so much for sharing your experience with everyone. I am a true believer in God and angels. As I read your blog I could feel a chills across my body. What an honor and blessing it is to know you’ve been called upon so specifically to help others.

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  11. Your story is amazing and what an experience! I am also a believe in trusting God to guide me through life. The path you are on is great and I feel honored to be taught by someone that has been touched like you have.

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  12. This was a very good read. I’ve heard of people experiencing the same thing, being outside of their body after a traumatic event. But I never read about it always heard about it in person, and I will say it is more intriguing when reading about it. I only hear about people seeing themselves after a traumatic event and I am wondering why that is. Is it because you’ve died and these angels are actually reviving you? I will now do more research on this. Thank you for sharing your experience.


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