Positive Attitudes With A Baking Twist

On My Death And Living

On my death and living.  Last year I died of a full respiratory arrest.  I was revived, placed in a coma with two days to live.

Over the course of the past year plus the challenges I have had due to this incident have allowed me to grow on personal, professional and spiritual levels.

Having been on the other side and enjoying it before being pulled back into my body, it changes you in many ways.  It really wasn’t my time to die; my life here apparently has more to do and achieve.  Giving up was not an option, persistence and determination, diligence and the like were and are part of my daily routine, as is meditation.   We can’t afford to give up on ourselves no matter what comes down the pike because we are wonderful creative expressions of life  itself worthy of greater good and well-being.      

The posts/articles on the PCA blog are to convey the beauty and spectacular beings we really are and the power that resides within us and is us and that to us all is possible.

Always remember, you are greater than you think you are and  you can achieve whatever you put your mind to, believe me.

Jay

Comments on: "On My Death And Living" (5)

  1. I had open heart 2006. I understand. They deny oxygen deprivation an issue for brain damage as at least 80% supplied during surgery but I notice some things that make me feel I am operating at 95% normal thinking ability. By the way, welcome back. Things are pretty much the same as when you left.

  2. Your experience is an inspiration. If you had an NDE, I’d love to read about it. I understand that it can be personal though. Thank you for sharing your inspiration on your blog.

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