“I Overdosed When I Was 3 Years Old” Teresa’s Near Death Experience #nde – LA Heaven EP 192


“I Overdosed When I Was 3 Years Old” is the Near Death Experience of Teresa who found a bottle of baby aspirin and ate them all, resulting in a decision to return to her body or … not. https://www.nderf.org/Experiences/1teresa_m_nde_8410.html Thumbnail Photo Credit: https://www.saatchiart.com/art/Painting-Sick-Child/1056392/8125896/view EXPERIENCE:. 1963
Documented on NDERF: 10/22/2017 1. As they worked on me, I left my body and was watching from above. I could see and hear everything, but could not feel what they were doing to the body below. I can remember vividly watching with curiosity and interest. While watching the doctors and nurses working on the body below, I also remember being able to watch what was happening at the same time in the room they had taken my mom. I could feel my mother's hysteria and distraught, as if her emotions were my own. I remember being overwhelmed with feelings of intense love for my mother. I had memories of a past life that I had shared before this one that involved both my mother and my sister. 2. I also experienced a knowing of my mother's future through two separate scenarios: One if I decided to leave this life, and one if I decided to stay. The knowing felt like a gift being given and even though I had a 3-year-old mentality I was able to receive this information as if I was a mature person. I cannot relate how much time passed, but I remember making a decision. Once I did this, I felt myself pulled back into the body I had been watching below me. Thank you for listening to this video. Learning About Heaven is going to offer some of the best NDE experiences to listen to, discern and learn. We could all spend a little more time thinking about and learning about HEAVEN. Thank you to NDERF.org who have compiled these wonderful NDEs. This channel is not associated with NDERF.org and NDERF.org has not authorized or approved this channel. Learning About Heaven is offering these Experiences in this small format as a means to further learn and grow.