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David's profound near-death experience,Dying a 1000 times

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David was diagnosed with a cardiac condition at the age of six. The condition was discovered after a trip to the ER and a profound near-death experience. During a follow up visit David collapsed and was pronounced dead by two physicians before coughing back to life. Growth during childhood would often led to agitation of the cardiac condition which would result in the loss of vital signs for a temporary time. The 'near-death' experience became a matter of regular routine for David and his family.
 At the age of 18, after a car collision which resulted in another 'near-death' experience David developed a case of 'retrograde amnesia.' The loss of memory was associated with the severe physical trauma he endured from the cardiac condition.  He had recall of the 'trip to the light' from the car accident and would give testimony to family and friends.  He family stated, "You died a 1000 times growing up so it is nothing we haven't heard before."
 The many near-death experiences led to mystical insights and experiences, including contact and communication with spirits of the departed.  David spent five years acting as a medium and passing on messages to surviving members and friends of departed souls as well as communicating with the spirits of five personal young friends who had passed away.
 At the age of 28, David had a relapse of his childhood medical condition which led to another near-death experience.  After a few months, all the mystical and spiritual memories were buried in the 'unconscious' mind.   In recent years, the memories have returned again and David spends his time writing down, blogging and sharing his personal memories on the Internet.

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