“The Woman Of The Light” Evelyn’s Near Death Experience #nde – Learning About Heaven EP 235


“The Woman Of The Light” is the Near Death Experience of Evelyn who died when she was sick with a virus at 6 years old and travels to meet a beautiful woman of the light who gives her a vision for her future. https://www.nderf.org/Experiences/1evelyn_d_nde.html Thumbnail Photo Credit: https://fineartamerica.com/featured/beautiful-woman-with-hands-holding-light-in-nocturnal-landscape-computer-graphic-from-painting-sepi-effect-jozef-klopacka.html Experience:. 1958
Documented on NDERF: 05/02/2018 1. There was a lot of light. A young woman with long hair dressed in a beautiful, flowing whitish-blue gown was there close to me. She emanated complete, loving kindness and I thought she must be an angel. There was light behind her and I was so drawn to that light that I began floating toward it. She stopped me, put her arms around me which filled me with light and love, and said, 'It is not your time yet. You're going to have to go back.' I knew she meant go back to earth, to my bedroom and my body. 2. I repeated, 'I want to be with you.' She still had her arms around me and said quietly, 'You will see my face among the Grieved. Then I had a vision. I could feel that I was much older and I was in a place where people were milling about in shock. There was rubble and chaos everywhere. I had no idea what it meant and I didn't particularly like it. 3. Did scenes from the future come to you? Scenes from my personal future. The woman of light had told me that I had to go back and I really didn't want to. I was protesting, not verbally but she knew what I was thinking and feeling. I wanted to be with her and go into the Light. At some point, I remember thinking or saying, 'I just want to be with you. Will I see you again??' She replied, 'You will see my face among the grieved.' I then saw myself among people milling around in shock and there was rubble all around. I didn't really know what she was saying or what this meant. I thought maybe I was going to be around a war. I actually hadn't thought about this until filling out this questionnaire, but this is incredibly moving to me. I ended up becoming a Clinical Psychotherapist with a specialization in PTSD, working on a national level with Red Cross, the US Government and Military. I was flown in on many assignments after a disaster, where there was severe devastation and large numbers of people in shock. My job was to triage, refer people to the help they needed and talk with them to get them to some level of functioning. The thing I valued most about my job was that it was an opportunity to bring love, comfort and help to people who were fragmenting and suffering. I have just realized that the woman of Light saying 'seeing' her 'face,' which was a face of complete love and compassion, 'among the grieved' was exactly what I was did. I always felt that disasters and traumas come and go. When you work them, they are all very similar, but the Love, Compassion, and Physical tangible help is the constant that sees it through. I don't know if I'm articulating this very well but this is an amazing insight to me that brings tears to my eyes. I never linked her words with my profession before. I actually did work in situations of people milling around in rubble. I'm really touched by this. 4. Do you have any psychic, non-ordinary or other special gifts after your experience that you did not have before the experience? Yes After this experience, I was much more Intuitive. I guess you could call it psychic. I perceived things in people that went beyond just being empathetic. I had dreams of things that would happen. I saw people who had passed over in dreams and had conversations with them. Sometimes, I could know what people were thinking. By the time I was 8, my mother told a neighbor that she thought I was different or special. That neighbor suggested she take me to the Theosophical Society. The Theosophical Society took great interest in me and I went there every week to talk to people and take tests. They were mostly conversations and questions. Then they began introducing explanations of why this was happening to me and telling me that I was 'special' and that I had a mission in life. I did not want to be special. I did not want to see and know the things shown to me. I learned quickly I couldn't talk to most people about what was happening to me. By the time I was in high school, I was uncomfortable. I did not want to see or hear things and did not want to be considered 'special.' I actually felt like Frankenstein or a freak. I did not have a clear sense of myself. I stopped any affiliation with the Theosophical Society. It is difficult for me to discern what was a genuine ability on my part and what was something they suggested to a young girl who had not formed an identity yet. I feel in some ways they stole my childhood from me and should have let me evolve into my own beliefs and abilities on my own, in my own time.