Cherie Aimee: Resilience and Living from the Heart

In this episode, Cherie Aimee shares her profound near-death experience and a few lessons from the afterlife, including living from the heart and manifesting without attachment to specific outcomes.  “Find others who treat your heart like gold” is one of the beautiful gems Cherie shared in this interview.

Here is a lovely blog piece by Tanaaz Chubb about some of the lessons from Cherie Aimee’s NDE. 

Cherie Aimée is a near death survivor, heart transplant recipient, and former tech CEO with over 15 years experience in digital marketing as a lead developer and project manager for startups. She has built and managed projects for some of the biggest brands in the world such as Unilever, Mars, and Heineken.

Seven years ago she died and doctors were unable to resuscitate her for over 90 minutes. It took 100+ doctors and surgeons and the latest in advanced medical technology to save her life.  Cherie’s journey into the afterlife was featured in the book, God’s Fingerprints: Impressions of Near Death Experiences.

Cherie currently sits on the Executive Advisory Council for the Board of Directors, Columbia University Medical Center.  Cherie has been featured in top media publications such as Forbes, Thrive Global, Influencive, The Dr Oz Show, NHK Broadcasting, ABC7,  and The Morning Show 7. She was recently named Top Influencive Influencer of 2017 and Top 18 Extraordinary Woman You Need to Know Now.  

Cherie’s mission is to impact 1 billion lives with her message of resilience and living from the heart.

You can hear Cherie Aimee talk at Wisdom of the Near-Death Symposium March 23-25, 2018.   

I will also be offering a workshop on Friday at the symposium in Austin.We would both love to see you there.

Keep up with me through my Facebook Page  to hear about my up-coming book, classes, and other offerings.

Keep up with Cherie Aimee and follow her through her website at or Twitter @xocherieaimee


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