Posted at 8:24 PM by Krista Gorman, PA-C, on December 4, 2013
Death is not the end, but rather a natural continuum of life. Life eases into death, where we undergo the necessary preparations to ease back into life again. This completes the circle, one that is only to be repeated when we are ready to do so. Our existence is defined by these cycles of life and death, and each one has the potential to further us along on our evolutionary spiritual journey, one that ultimately leads to the Great Unknown.
I am a Physician Assistant and Near Death Experiencer. My goal for creating this Blog is to bring what I learned in the afterlife into the 3-D world. There is so much to say and I am presently revising my book I Died And Learned How To Live to continue the process of sharing it all. In the meantime, I will blog here about things I believe will help someone else. I am here to be of service and bring the message of love to others. Thank you so very much for being here. Please feel free to leave your email if you'd like to get on my list. I won't flood your in box with messages. Love to you all! xox
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I came to understand of that I am spiritual and that being human in this body is part of the journey. Peace.
Yes, we are “spiritual beings having a human experience.” That was something I’d heard many years ago and only came to understand after my NDE. That understanding is evolving all the time, as the journey does.