Near Death Survivor: "All Religions Are Wrong"
A woman who temporarily died believes she spoke telepathically with a "being, or a voice clearly of mystical or unearthly origin", and says she knows now all religions are wrong.
By Sean Martin / Express UK
Several people claim to have spoken to a higher power following a brush with death, and a person called Leslie believes she is one of them. Following a battle with pneumonia, Leslie was clinically dead after she stopped breathing.
Leslie said on the Near Death Experience Research Foundation: "I simply stopped breathing and immediately felt a tingling, electrifying sensation that started at the top of my head and travelled slowly down my entire body to my toes.
"Once that stopped, I realised I was hovering just above my body, facing the ceiling. The room was filled with a soft, glowing light.
"Then the light fixture in the ceiling lit up. I was very curious about this and wanted to float up and look at it.
"After I floated to the ceiling and looked at the light fixture, I turned around and looked at my body. I really felt no emotion about my body.
"I was actually very calm and felt extremely peaceful with all that was happening. It was at this point I sensed a being in the room with me.
"I could not see a male presence. He spoke to me through my mind and asked if I would like to stay or go. I replied to him that I was only a kid and I still wanted to stay."
Suddenly, Leslie said she was back in her body, but now believes that all religions are wrong.
She said: "Now it's very simple for me. There is a God and an afterlife. When I look at religion I feel they have it all wrong.
"I was taught to fear God (do what's right or go to hell). After my experience I viewed religion as a tool of manipulation. Now I see God as pure peace and love."
He said: "People describe a sensation of a bright, warm, welcoming light that draws people towards it.
"They often say that they didn't want to come back in many cases, it is so comfortable and it is like a magnet that draws them that they don't want to come back.
"A lot of people describe a sensation of separating from themselves and watching doctors and nurses working on them."
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