In March 1997, I died in the hospital. My Spirit hovered over my body, and I immediately felt healed, as well as a deep sense of inner peace. Two Spirit Beings appeared and unveiled scenes, people and events from my life. Some I remembered, and some I had totally forgotten. As they showed me each scene, they spoke with me telepathically, saying, “Look at the difference you’ve made in these people’s lives.”
Proceeding through the Tunnel of Light I became one with the most beautiful, radiant, immense loving Light of God. God, too, spoke to me telepathically and had me relive precious times with my daughter, Jeaneen. Then had to make a decision, to stay or return. My love for Jeaneen allowed me to say, “I need to return to my daughter.”
After my death experience, I asked God, “What is my life purpose now?”
I clearly heard, “Break the silence about death and dying, and bring back the sacredness of life and death.”
Dying and death are topics that make most people uncomfortable. But I invite you to read, with an open heart, what I have to share. What if the conclusion to your life journey on Earth could create a legacy to help sustain our environment?
Why not be buried in an eco-friendly cemetery where the space is designed for multiple purposes – picnics, walking trails and meditative/reflective areas? Native trees and plants would replace headstones. This alternative would also be less expensive than traditional cemetery burials.
For those who choose cremation, ashes can be molded into a Reef Ball (please refer to website) and placed in strategic locations in the ocean to create a new reef, preserving, protecting and enhancing the marine environment.
Your end-of-life choice can create a legacy that will leave a positive impact on the environment for centuries to come.
I invite you to look at our website for further information or feel free to call Sharon at 808-868-1760 to learn about ways to honor a loved one in death.