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My Friend Passed Through Me When She Died


In 2003, Constance, a friend, was 51 years old and dying from breast cancer. I had recently flown her to Reno, Nevada, to an alternative cancer treatment facility to see if they could admit her for treatment. She had refused the standard radiation treatment for cancer in California.

In Nevada it was legal to treat cancer by alternative, holistic means. While in Reno, I helped her wash up, dress, bandage herself, and eat. The cancer on her body was massive and horrific, like something I have only seen in a book. But I did not flinch or turn away. I seemed to be on automatic and only helped her. She looked at me and said, "You are too good to me."

Sadly, though, we had to leave Reno, because the treatment facility was filled and could not take her. So we flew back to California.

Constance ended up in the County hospital in Sylmar. When I visited her, she was in the terminal room. The nurses and everyone said she'd been non responsive for days and they were waiting for her to die. They said it so nonchalantly. I went into the room and whispered in her ear, "Constance, Constance, wake up, this is your friend. I love you. Wake up, Constance."

After about a minute, Constance seemed to come back from somewhere far away in her essence and finally opened her eyes a little at a time until she saw me. She slightly shifted from her side, saw me and smiled. She spoke to me briefly, mostly smiling and tearing. I told her I would find a place for her to live away from her neglectful spouse. I stayed about an hour. I fed her food and she ate hungrily. Then I left and rushed back home to Westchester.

I sat on the edge of my bed in the late afternoon writing in a notebook, making phone calls, searching for information to put Constance into a convalescent home in California. I was upset, eyes tearing, my fingers nervously flipping through the phonebook.

All of a sudden the reality I was in suddenly fell away. I seemed to be lifted up. I now saw through a grainy, gray lens. Chloe (cat) was on the chest of drawers and Muffin (cat) was on my bed a couple of feet from me, both laying down. Suddenly they both sat up erect and were alert - but did not exhibit fear. Then they seemed to relax while sitting up.

All of a sudden, a warm thick, molasses like energy poured into the top of my head. It filled up my head, neck, shoulders, and I welcomed it. It poured down the center of my body slowly. As it did, it radiated the feelings of wonder, ultimate joy, and ecstasy like I've never known, to the inside of my head, neck shoulders, arms, hands, and torso.

All of a sudden the word "Peace" sounded three times throughout my essence. The molasses like energy then reached the bottom of my torso and then I saw it roll out and around me. It was a grayish, grainy energy. It rolled away from me like a wave rushing out to the sea in every direction. But as it rolled, I felt that I was still connected to it. It rushed further and further away and disappeared into the wall. I knew the energy had no ending and that I was truly connected to it. My essence screamed and shouted, "This is what heaven feels like! This is heaven."

All of a sudden, just as I had lifted up into the alternate reality, I was lowered down into the now reality. It just felt like a soft slippage. No jolts, bangs, or vibrations. I excitedly noted the time and began to write about what had just happened. What was it? I'd experienced extra sensory perception events before, but not like this.

Then about 45 minutes later, Constance's spouse called me and said that Constance had died 45 minutes ago. He said he came to pick her up to take her home and she turned over and just died.

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GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
16 years ago (2008-08-03)
blue - yesterday was at the zoo, with my in-laws and saw blue flowers, little ones and loved them. I usually dislike blue. Had a blue sofa for ten years, and am sick of blue. My hub and our three kids have blue eyes and my oldest is tired of blue too. People always buy him blue stuff, clothes mostly. Today saw a show on the History channel about a fire, a "blue" one and wondered how there could be a blue fire and thought of that flower from yesterday though I dislike blue. So I wrote you. Things seem to fit together in patterns. That is why I asked you a question about myself. I promise not to accept it as gospel - if you don't with my words. I write sporadically when computer time allows and my schedule. I know we're just people doing our best.
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
16 years ago (2008-08-01)
I had a friend (young) three years ago go through all the new medical stuff available and die of breast cancer. My father's mother did many years ago. Death is meant to happen - it will to everyone eventually. Sadly. So we take and do our choices. Your friend did her choice and so that was creative. I'm sorry for your loss. I've been there, several times, with this new place. It was a gift and sad and hard but very special. I hope you cherish your knowing and what you saw, remember it, because you must have been special to have earned it. I have a few times in my near fifty years. Thanks for posting. Death is traumatic and hard, for us, not them. Our brains prepare us for the knowing or so medical people claim. I think it's true. Mostly know, she was couragous, daring to try the beyond. Not everyone is slotted for that, but I'm sure she cared about you. Sorry.
wondering (4 stories) (19 posts)
16 years ago (2008-08-01)
wow that's a very powerful thing that happened to you.I'm so sorry about your friend though and wish that someone could of done more for her. I truly do believe that she did pass through you and was just trying to tell you that shes ok now and that everything is going to be all right.

God bless ❤

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