Dr Penny Sartori, who worked as a nurse in a British hospital for 21 years, has conducted research into the near-death experiences (NDEs) of her patients. In 2005 she was awarded a PhD for her research into NDEs.
In his hospital ward, Tom collapsed and became unconscious for three hours.
He said he “floated upwards to the top of the room. I looked down and I could see my body on the bed. It was lovely, so peaceful – and no pain at all.”
He entered a pink room, met a man with kind eyes, and met his father and talked telepathically with him.
Then he was back on the hospital ward ceiling looking down at the nurse and the doctor.
He saw the nurse putting a swab into his mouth to clean it.
He could also see a woman beyond the cubicle curtains.
Tom also found that right hand, which had been stuck in a claw-like position since birth, was mysteriously cured.
Fred Williams, in his 70s, had a terminal heart problem.
One night in hospital, he lost consciousness.
When he regained consciousness some time later, he looked very happy.
Fred told his relatives that, while unconscious, he had been visited by his mother, grandmother and sister, all of whom were dead.
“Suddenly, in the distance, I heard my eldest daughter shout, ‘Mam’. I remember thinking, ‘Oh dear, Jacquie needs me,’ and I came back with a jolt.
“I’m not a religious person but I believe there’s a warm, peaceful, beautiful place after death.”
The Wisdom Of Near-Death Experiences by Dr Penny Sartori, to be published in February 2014.