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Near Death Experience (NDE) HIV/AIDS Embracing Life and Death

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Lee Offenhauer: felt himself go into a different state of consciousness. It was a sleep-like sensation, drowsiness, and droopy eyes. He just gradually lost awarenss of the external environment, but consciousness was still much as it was/is in the waking state. The main difference between waking, and this state other than the fact that none of my external senses were operating, was that he had a definite lack of volition. Lee was not in control of his surroundings. That moment when you reach for it with your mind to move it, and there's just no "connect;" that was what Lee's state of mind was like in relation to free will. There were stars, or what appeared to be stars, all around; and as he looked closer, trying to see more clearly what they looked like. More on Sunday 13th March at 08:00 - 09:00pm est

Sharon Lund PhD: My NDE is on my profile page at NDESpace.org. I have had 2 NDE's a lot of out of body experiences, communication with the death. I've worked around end-of-life issues, HIV/AIDS, healing and spirituality since 1986 and have taught throughout the United States, into Canada, Russia, Europe, and Japan. I've been on Oprah, 48 Hours, Eye on America, and was featured in the November 07 issue of "O" the Oprah Magazine. I'm the author of three books, Award Winning - Sacred Living, Sacred Dying: A Guide to Embracing Life and Death; The Integrated Being: Techniques to Heal Your Mind-Body-Spirit, and There Is More 18 Near-Death Experiences. I'm also the co-producer of the award winning documentary Dying to LIVE: NDE, and Mustang Man: How a Wild Horse Tamed a Vietnam Vet, which you can read more about at www.SacredLife.com.

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