9 Things that Happen To Us When We Die

Is there an afterlife? What happens when we die? These are all great questions that we might not have concrete answers to until it is time. Right? Maybe not. There are countless stories of folks who are medically counted as “expired” but then they come back to life. According to their stories, let’s take a look at what they can share with us about what happens when we die…

#1 There is a light


Almost all encounters involve a light at the end of a “tunnel.”

#2 You can see yourself (your body).


The dead person apparently can see themselves, their body, as it was then they departed. They can also see everyone else in the area. It is typical that the person tries to reconnect with the living and fails, causing anxiety.

#3 Guardian Angels


Many people encounter an angel who guards and/or guides them to the next part of the afterlife. The angel remains with them until they are returned to their body.

#4 Visits from Mom


Many people are visited by visions from their Mother while on their deathbed or dead.

#5 Seeing Deceased Relatives


Many people report seeing their family members. Some are greeted by them and some have had large parties thrown by them.

#6 Life flashing before their eyes


Most people quickly re-live their best and worst moments. Most people see their lives run like a videotape before them.

#7 You can see and hear everyone


It’s an odd feeling to be able to see and hear everyone around you – but all attempts to interact with them fail. Every attempt is futile – very frustrating.

#8  There is Peace


For a large majority of folks who have encountered, the other side, they experience a peace that is overwhelming. It is so powerful and calming. There is so much love feel that they cannot quite comprehend what they are encountering.

#9 You don’t want to return


The feelings of peace and love are so strong that the person typically does not want to return.

The good news is that those feelings of peace and love are obtainable while we are in this life – we just have to find the right Source and learn to receive!

By Hannah Jones

Hannah is a Manchester based writer who has spent many years studying and working in the field of journalism and psychology. Hannah enjoys swimming, meditation and dog walking. Her favourite quote is, 'If it doesn't challenge you, it doesn't change you.'