Near death experiences, or NDEs, often trigger being even more sensitive. I experienced this in my own life at about 10 years old and again in 1978, after giving birth to my youngest son. Both were experiences I recall very vividly and in great detail.
We are spirit living in physical bodies. If you are not practicing a spiritual based philosophy or religion you may find this difficult to grasp, but knowing that spirit is energy might help you to better understand death.
Most of us do not remember what it was like to be unborn. However, for those having crossed over and come back, it is a memory that increases our sense of awareness and, possibly, our sensitivity to life as we know it as well.
If you are already Highly Sensitive Person, having a NDE may make you even that much more sensitive. In fact, it can leave you completely open to seeing others and the world in a whole new light with a whole new perception of how life and the world could be if love (positive energy) were always in place. This can be disheartening as love seems so absent at times.
What's more, you may not be able to live your life without love as you did or thought you could before your NDE (Near Death Experience).
You may find you have to learn how to create your own 'heaven on earth' by making big changes in your life to honor love and energy and change can be frightening. Might I add, resistance to these change can cause symptoms and syndromes.
If you have survived a Near Death Experience, sense-based remedies, where you are regularly using your 5 senses to experience life more fully, can help you to achieve a sense of balance in life. Sense-based therapies include activities that include your sense of sight, sound, Taste, Touch and Smell, such as healthy nutrition, supplements, essential oils, exercise, and even organizing and decorating your household.
Sense-based remedies just for you, based on your aura color personality, are available in my e-book, The Aura Energy Self-Test & Aura Color Personality Reports for HSPs.
About the Author
Mari Joanne' Dionne is an AADP Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner of Natural Healing, NLP Certified Life Coach, and Highly Sensitive Person. Read more...
Forgotten Health Terms
Fish-Whole ~ as sound as a fish or healthy
Accoucheur ~ a male mid-wife
Kingsevil ~ a disease or swelling of the cervical lymph nodes
Valitudinary ~ subject to sickness; crazy
Chime-Child ~ a child born on Sunday who was immune to witchcraft, could see ghosts, and was a natural healer
Periblepsis ~ a delirious stare of the eyes
Wormland ~ a churchyard
Green-Sickness ~ a disease incident to virgins; sickly paleness, with green tint of complexion
Tissek or Tissicky Cough ~ a tickling faint cough
Multiplying Medicine ~ an elixer of the alchemists, used in making and multiplying gold
Peat-Reek-Whisky ~ highland whiskey, distilled over peat fires
Belly-Brussen ~ a distended stomach or having a protuberant stomach
Oint ~ to smear with an unctuous substance (usually having to do with painting or disguising something)
Farbed-Up ~ confused
Nyctobasis ~ Somnambulism; to walk in one's sleep
Roozles ~ wretchedness of mind and body
Coolth ~ coolness (opposite of warmth)
Pharmacopolist ~ an apothecary
Laver ~ to wash (before dinner)
Gothicism ~ to be rude or rudeness
Desuetude ~ lack of use
Splay the Bream ~ to cut up that fish
Doctor of Skill ~ a physician
Pimpish ~ dainty in the matter of food (taking in small quantities)
Dendranthoplology ~ the theory that man sprang from trees
Fash ~ care, trouble, anxiety, as in "do not fash yerself."
Satisfy Colon ~ to satisfy one's hunger
Neurasthenia ~ debility or impairment of the nerves
Trollibags ~ the intestines
Cothish ~ faint, sickly, ailing
Fogo ~ a disagreeable stink or smell
With Squirrel ~ pregnant
Pottinger ~ a cook, apothecary, druggist (Scotland)
Pomster ~ a quack doctor; to treat illness without knowledge or skill
Bleflummery ~ vain imaginings
Venefice ~ a practice of poisoning
Weaponsalve ~ a salve that was supposed to cure the wound by applying it to the weapon that caused it
Overset ~ to recover from mental shock
Fordolked ~ wounded
Witchify ~ to bewitch
Wamblecropped ~ humiliated
Naufrage ~ shipwreck
Peffle ~ in a nervous state
Measondue ~ a hospital or poor house
Dead-Nip ~ a blue mark on the body not caused by an injury or any known cause...sometimes called a witch's nip
Sadly On ~ expressing that a person is ill or in a bad way
Whirligigs or Tallywags ~ testicles
Betwattled ~ to be surprised, confounded, out of one’s senses
Blind Cupid ~ the backside
Bone Box ~ the mouth
Dicked in the Nob ~ silly, crazed
Head Rails ~ teeth
Hickey ~ tipsy, hiccupping
Knowledge box ~ a term for the head