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► Be sure to subscribe: https://goo.gl/DCAehb to hear more stories like these. ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NDEAccounts/ ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/NDEAccounts Deathbed Visions shared by Hospice Nurses It's not uncommon for the dying to have visions of deceased loved ones, seeing tunnels of light and having other spiritual experiences. These hospice nurses share their experiences of what they had witnessed while in service. Nurses Forum on Deathved Visions: http://allnurses.com/general-nursing-discussion/death-bed-visions-301825-page13.html
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Vera elizabeth Nbueke (2 minutes ago)
My daughter had leukemia and had pass away in 2001during the time of the sickness she never had a smile on her face. But the before she died we where praying because that what we do everyday then in the middle of the prayer she started laughing loudly and heartily so I open my eyes to look at her and I asked her what was making her to laugh out loudly like that she answered that she does not know but it is beautiful
johsuhfeen (4 hours ago)
I wish I could’ve experienced my mothers last few moments here with us but by the time i woke up she was gone. I wish I could have said goodbye to her and let her know that I love her so much and that my brother and I were going to be okay . Weeks after her passing I couldn’t stop thinking about not saying goodbye to her and I was just beating my self up about it so much, days after that I had a dream of her. I remember walking into an old dark beaten up house with no light and as I walked down the hallway only one room was full of brightness ... I walk into the room and I see my mom laying on a bed with pastel pink pjs with a wide window behind her , nothing but a ray of sunshine is shining behind her through that window . I bend down and hold her hand and I tell her how much I love her and i apologized for not saying goodbye and not being there for her & she just looks at me with a smile on her face and tells me that it’s fine and she knows she that I love her . I will never forget that dream. Ever since that dream I’ve been at peace.
NordicNell (11 hours ago)
I hope my daughter and husband come and get me when it's my time to go.
jb318 (16 hours ago)
DMT gets released at the time of death eveyone produces it ITS A FACT . DIMETHYLTRYPTAMINE IS THE STONGEST PSYCHEDELIC SUBSTANCE WELL ONE OF THE STONGEST SUBSTANCES KNOW TO MAN EVERYONE IS ON A DMT TRIP AS THERE DYING
Dan (20 hours ago)
I was a hospice Nurse in Jacksonville, Florida in the mid 1990's. I have too many stories but suffice it to say, there is a place beyond this place.
Leslie Juvin-Acker (15 hours ago)
My step grandpa was in hospice in Jacksonville (my hometown). He was scared to die and signed the papers that "signed away his life". I visited him before he left this world. After he passed, I had a dream in which he showed up in a big white room, wearing blue jean overalls, looking to be in his 40s, smiling, standing in front of an old Ford pickup. He laughed and said, "I should have come here sooner!" He ran to the truck as if to drive into heaven. I believe he was afraid to die but his soul was pleasantly surprised to find Heaven waiting for him. This experience was many for me to come and affirms life continues on. Thanks for being a part of the journey of us in Jacksonville.
Mystery Man (1 day ago)
Stephen when He was Stoned in the Book of Acts KJV as He Laid Dying He Looked up and Saw Jesus. So Yes we do See as We are Crossing Over.
mlm2099 (1 day ago)
When my time comes I want my brother to meet me and guide the way.
Independent Sistah (1 day ago)
Can the dead talk with the living? It’s in the Bible, Ecclesiastes 9:5-6, NKJV. “For the living know that they will die; But the dead know nothing, and they have no more reward, For the memory of them is forgotten. Also their love, their hatred, and their envy have now perished; nevermore will they have a share in anything done under the sun.” If people die with unfinished business to care for, do they become ghosts and haunt the places and people they knew in life? It’s in the Bible, Psalm 146:4, ESV. "When his breath departs, he returns to the earth; on that very day his plans perish.”
Independent Sistah (6 hours ago)
+jb318 go read your Bible, if the dead know nothing, they have to memory of the past it's just like before we are born (there's to memory, feelings anything) read your bike this is talked about in several scriptures. How can you have a ghost once your spirit/soul returns to GOD? He said it the dead knows nothing?
jb318 (16 hours ago)
How does anything that you just said have anything to do with the dead talking to the living? Sounds like ecclesiastics 9 5-6 said the dead ard dead memory forgotten you just ask can the dead talk to the living then took scripture and it says nothing about dead speaking period SMH CAN YOU COMPERHEND WHAT YOU READ? You said its in the bible can you please explain?
Richard Jones (1 day ago)
That was a nice video, it makes me feel at peace
Kris Jutras (3 days ago)
My dad saw horse's, and his brother. Then he said the colors are beautiful. My dad passed not even 6 hrs later. Heaven is real.
Kris Jutras (7 hours ago)
Yup 👌
jb318 (16 hours ago)
DMT gets released at the time of death its one of tbe strongest hallucinogenics known to man its a fact every living thing produces it its a fact you can research it doesnt mean you dad didnt really see what he said he did see but he was tripping and then he probably went to heaven well according to the bible we dnt go straight to heaven or hell we are in a slumber until the second coming so if you are a Christian and follow the bibe you dad nor anyone is in heaven or hell until Jesus returns thats if your a Christian idk if you are or not just saying im sure whatever you beliefs are im sure you dad is just fine im not a big religious person i believe in God purely out of blind faith i think religion is toxic to much arguing and bickering among religion nobody really knows what happens
Doug Lucas (3 days ago)
Prepare for death every day , prepare for heaven
Doug Lucas (3 days ago)
I'm a LTC nurse. Some go to heaven some don't. After some die you feel the presence of peace and someone or something in the room, a strong presence. Others? The room is EMPTY
Kohene Moore (3 days ago)
Had enugh of these encounters of my own during my 13 years.
Michael C. Main (3 days ago)
I'm not scared of dying. I'm coming back and living the 80's again.
Ron Gillespie (3 days ago)
Are these interviews from the 60s? Look how old the phone knows. Nice brand new content channel owner
Maria Nathan (4 days ago)
Through hospice nz whangarei...my mum was under the beautiful care of hospice... nurses visits at our home and in her final days at hospice.I appreciated each person who picked up the phone when I called and the nurses who gave me advice.each nurse that visited at home and appreciated the care my mum received at hospice.they supported my mum and I all the way through her care.and I have so much love in abundance and so much gratitude towards each being that supported us such a blessing I thank God for putting these beautiful people in our lives ❤️💞💗 oxo thank u thank u thank u oxo my beautiful mum passed on the 11th February 2019 at hospice.the love and support shown was beautiful thank u thank u thank u ❤️💞💗
Ken Howard (4 days ago)
From Australia, I assume “hospice” means the same as we say as “palliative care”?!
Kate Metho (4 days ago)
I think so.
moses hernandez (4 days ago)
Why can't we stay in a point of peace not word of buying
Yoo Jastle (5 days ago)
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Hai B Tran (5 days ago)
Near dead is where the soul hanging your bed on top and is suffering and is not free to move about... Moved around near dead may be is many be a saint....
Sidious 68 (5 days ago)
There is a good YouTube channel for the sort of thing here. It's called Afterlife topics and metaphysics 😎😎
BlueCat Blu (6 days ago)
My mum was terrified of dying. My mum was very ill the last months of her life. Three months before she died she kept telling me that her brother needs to go home and that she is not going with him, she’s staying here. Her brother died 5 years earlier.
my wife's uncle died in the hospital. I walked in and he had already passed and his skin was beginning to change color's.While everyone began to kiss him goodbye i just sat at the foot of his bed on the floor cross legged and i was just staring at his face.It began to appear that his eyes were moving behind his eye lids, but the movement became so fast it was like a blur.I continued to watch his face and it began to look like a fog with light infused in it was pouring out of his eyes and mouth.like a jacko'lantern with a very soft light and smoke was inside pouring out.After about ten minutes of this I saw a cloud forming over his bed with little sparkles in it.His mother or my grandmother in law came over and sat beside me and told me"he's over there now".I looked to the doorway she was looking at, to this day I can't remember seeing anything but the feeling was so distinct.I understand what people mean when they say presence now.That was the only time I've seen a dead body, I'm sure it won't be the last.I am so grateful for that experience because ever since i was given evidence of life after death, I am so more involved with this life now.The Only Thing We Have to Fear Is Fear Itself.Thank you for giving me a place to share this.
Dallas Beus (6 days ago)
I was sitting with my step-father when he was passing away; I was a practicing Buddhist and he was a 7th Day Adventist. He was in extreme distress, he suffered from a lung issue and was having a hard time breathing. I was praying SILENTLY to the Bodhisattvas and angels to help him pass to the other side. In all his agony and distress he looked at me and shook his head emphatically NO. I quit praying and held his hand until he passed. What ever I was summoning he didn't want to be there. There was no mistaking the message his look and head shaking was conveying even though he could not speak. My step-father was a practical, highly intelligent WWII vet. If you study exorcisms one of the signs of possession is if a person, actually the demon possessing the person, can sense any blessed items the priest has on his person and will react in a negative way to it. Those assisting in the exorcism must lead chaste and moral lives and have their sins effectively forgiven. Why? Because the demon will begin harassing anyone who has hidden sin, such as adultery, thievery, anything that it has access to. There are more than a few cases where helpers have been forced to leave to prevent secrets from being further exposed. Your body is a vessel for your soul, there is a world that exists beyond this one. I have seen too many proofs of an invisible world to deny it. It is dangerous to deny it, you may be treading on thin ice with your Creator patiently waiting for you to realize you are here for a reason.
faithahora (7 days ago)
To go to Heaven and not hell Jesus said you Must be Born Again = repenting of sin from your heart and receiving Jesus as your Lord and Savior. All young children go to Heaven no matter what.
djdrew (7 days ago)
I Don’t know what brought me here… But theses stories broke my heart.
Mr Mercury (7 days ago)
I hate to be the bearer of bad news but the human brain does this to comfort the body into death... this doesn’t prove that there is a heaven or hell... the human brain releases a flood of good memories and thoughts that can make it seem like there’s a afterlife but once the brain fully dies (which can be up to 8 minuets after the heart stops) there is nothing... you don’t even know there is nothing cause you are no longer a entity
Mr Mercury (4 days ago)
Ellie Larkin research
Ellie Larkin (4 days ago)
how do you know that for sure
Dallas Beus (6 days ago)
I was sitting with my step-father when he was passing away; I was a practicing Buddhist and he was a 7th Day Adventist. He was in extreme distress, he suffered from a lung issue and was having a hard time breathing. I was praying *SILENTLY* to the Bodhisattvas and angels to help him pass to the other side. In all his agony and distress he looked at me and shook his head emphatically NO. I quit praying and held his hand until he passed. What ever I was summoning he didn't want to be there. There was no mistaking the message his look and head shaking was conveying even though he could not speak. My step-father was a practical, highly intelligent WWII vet. If you study exorcisms one of the signs of possession is if a person, actually the demon possessing the person, can sense any blessed items the priest has on his person and will react in a negative way to it. Those assisting in the exorcism must lead chaste and moral lives and have their sins effectively forgiven. Why? Because the demon will begin harassing anyone who has hidden sin, such as adultery, thievery, anything that it has access to. There are more than a few cases where helpers have been forced to leave to prevent secrets from being further exposed. Your body is a vessel for your soul, there is a world that exists beyond this one. I have seen too many proofs of an invisible world to deny it. It is dangerous to deny it, you may be treading on thin ice with your Creator patiently waiting for you to realize you are here for a reason.
Elsie Higgs (7 days ago)
Some of them go into too much detail, intricate details of somebody else's experiences - embellished truth or downright fiction.
Jackie Bridges (7 days ago)
it's all a trick dont go towards the light it's the fallen angels in the astral plane look up Wes penre YouTube videos.
Tim Shey (7 days ago)
The Death of Voltaire https://hitchhikeamerica.wordpress.com/2013/12/30/the-death-of-voltaire/
MindTravler (8 days ago)
All these responses and nde experiences are confusing. According to the bible the feedback on this feed is rather unbiblical. According to the bible, we just die and know nothing until God wakes us up in the great day. Im burned out man. I csnt take all this confusing bullshit anymore. Smh😞
Paul Millbank (7 days ago)
​+MindTravler There's absolutely no Hell. One of the most obvious reasons is, Hell is incompatible with an all-loving God. If God is real and he's an all loving God, he can't stop loving us. If this is true why would this God create a place where his beloved children burn in agony for all eternity for admitting ignorance. If it turns out God can love me while I wallow in unimaginable pain forever, he's an all-powerful psychopathic monster who has all the cards, and there's no hope. Is God an all-powerful psychopathic monster? I don't know but I'm not losing any sleep over it.
MindTravler (7 days ago)
+Paul Millbank i appreciate your civility and honesty. I am somewhat in the same camp. I just bear the scars of the fearmongering I've encountered for many years from applying words into a faith that teaches unmerited hellfire and brimstone for weak faith trying to live a clean happy life without Jesus as my Laaaard and Saavyaa! It definitely does detriment to ones psychology. If i die and find that there is nothing in the end, this would be true heaven for me. But if I've been wrong all along, then I guess I'm fucked either way. One would assume that a God which wants to be worshiped alone, would make themselves consistently, tangibly available for its tangible creation. Not come in like an enigma and leave like a deadbeat parent. All the while its helpless hopeful children wait for that said parent not ever knowing if they will be welcomed with open arms, or a cyclical shotgun blast to the face
Paul Millbank (7 days ago)
+MindTravler Well lotto numbers would benefit my life greatly lol, just saying :) I don't believe in precognition or God(s) or afterlives, but I don't disbelieve in these things either. That usually confuses people, but what I'm saying is I don't have any confidence that they're real and I don't worry too much about them. I'll either find out I was wrong when I die or I'll be completely unaware that I was right to doubt. In either case I'm happy just saying I don't know. That's a phrase I wish more people would adopt. I don't know is the only true answer.
MindTravler (7 days ago)
+Paul Millbank Im sorry, my bad. I miscommunicated. I was aware of a higher being at the age of 4. I went to churches in my teens and studied the bible hardcore and knew more than my peers as well as my preachers kids about the bible and was made fun of because of it. I've had visions in my late teens and spoke to people i knew who passed on before i knew they were dead and relayed messages of their state of happiness and well being on the other side to their families here in this life. I have precognitions which are very cryptic at the time about my life and others lives which reveal themselves in clarity at the time just before they happen. I end up knowing of womens pregnancies and gender of child before they know. And end up with affirmations after the fact. As far as the lotto? Sorry, i get no help in that department. Most of these things usually benefit others lives instead of mine, hence my response of "God has it's favorites and i am not one." I know you probably think I'm insane. But ponder for a moment living my life. It absolutely sucks. Because i get nothing but more awareness and confusion. Especially because i can't control when it comes and goes. Hope this helps make things a little more clearer.
Paul Millbank (7 days ago)
+MindTravler I don't want to come off as someone who is purposefully being rude. I prefer to have conversations, but sometimes I read posts and it's almost impossible not to sound rude. I'm going to try my best. At the age of four your brain isn't fully developed and I'm expected to believe at age four you knew more about the Bible than the preacher? If this is true it's a shame your gift was wasted on the Bible and not physics or Biology. If you think you're talking to the dead and have the ability to foresee the future that can be tested and evidenced in a scientific journal. You should give me the powerball numbers and if they're correct I'll believe you.
Lavalambtron (8 days ago)
Yep, the multiverse, you’ll just proceed smoothly from one reality to the next, it’s all energy in the end and nothing is really real except our perception of things.
Mary H (8 days ago)
I've watched people die in Nursing Homes. Often they have hallucinations as their body shuts down, due to the lack of oxygen. Sometimes dying people have a sudden burst of energy before they die, also. There is no god or demons or angels. It's called REALITY.
Mary H (5 days ago)
+Dallas Beus I'll be DEAD. No surprises there.
Dallas Beus (6 days ago)
You're in for a big surprise...
randy johnson (8 days ago)
The people that thumbs down do not believe in God or heaven......I feel sorry for them.
Hello My Name Is (8 days ago)
My great great grandmother passed a couple of years ago. Very old she had lost all of her mind more or less in her life. She didnt know who any of her family was and she couldn't even recognize her (already passed husband) when we would show her pictures of him. Basically 0 memory left. As she lay in her hospital bed in her last moments with family all around she looked up and called her husband by name saying "is that you" my grandmother (her granddaughter) asked her if she saw papy and she responded I see Angel's and yes. He is here with them. She then closed her eyes and drifted away from this world.
tara rux (9 days ago)
I had a really good friend that I was at a party with one night-he died tragically shortly after I left. The last thing I had said to him was, “be careful”. That night he came to me in a dream, a big smile on his face and I knew he was ok. I think it brought some peace to his family also when I told them about the dream.
Leslie Mccormick (9 days ago)
Beautiful stories. 💕
Tom Thumb (9 days ago)
God bless these wonderful people
Josh Blount (10 days ago)
My Grandmother went to Hospice today (cancer). Early in the morning, she kept wanting to sit up, but was very weak. My dad kept telling her it's okay, just lay down and relax. She kept calling out for her aunt who passed away 15+ years ago like she was in the room and she wanted to talk to her. Her pain medication wasn't helping much and she was in distress. So, we accepted there wasn't much we could do for her and called for Hospice to take her and make her comfortable. Last I checked, she was comfortable and resting. Not sure how much longer she has. Hours? Maybe a day? While I will miss her greatly, she will be with her husband again. I find comfort in that thought.
Carol Weaver (11 days ago)
When my dad passed the nurse said ( I,this how he saw angels coming to him or a figure and he was trying to catch it when going off to sleep. Only once did I ever work with a patient that before dying was seeing and hearing frightening things. I frightened me a bit as she was saying someone was behind me , but she pointed way ahead of her and said they had Chains on and she cold hear them and could not understand why I id not notice it? She did pass that night. ( that is why we must get right with Jesus ahead of time, knowing He can give us eternal life) My mom told me how her grandmother when passing was seeing flowers and a pathway and a little boy from the area that passed many, many years before and she gave the name of 'Benjamin, and said he was kicked down the stairs when a child by his dad, but he was all better and coming to get her, he was happy" She saw lovely things. My mom did not die at this time but lost her first child and she was in coma as the baby was born with naval chord around his neck and she had been pregnant 10 months and in those days they did not have machines like ultrasound etc, or of any kind to help. She felt something was wrong for awhile, but the Dr said " the baby will come when ready" While in coma she heard " thy Kingdom Come" over and over again very fast as she was whirled down ad tunnel and then got to end and saw a light, and some how came back very quickly and awoke back in her body. Before it happened she did hear the Dr tell my dad " if your wife does not come back soon, you will have another funeral" Mom lived after that until 82 yrs old, but it was not her time , yet that is what she went through during the beginning of the "NDE"and told me long before we heard things about this much. She had my brother in 1946. He would have been a little older than I.
Tor (12 days ago)
For parents who have lost children there is the Big Circle ; https://youtu.be/m5f1oWAJy1s
Morgan (13 days ago)
Bless every Hospice operative in all of the world, these people are on the edge and witness the end of many. Much praise and gratitude from me for caring for people i knew, wonderful
Beth Bertline (1 month ago)
Very scary
Edward Jones (1 month ago)
I don't believe all of such similar cases. Anesthesia during surgery in some cases has side effects that may confuse the issue along with the most powerful pain killer meds. After 5 hours of spinal cord surgery, I endured some hallucinations that were dramatic. An older nurse came to my aid and explained that lots of medical personnel are not even aware of this? My complete recovery from these side effects took 2 to 3 months while I learned to walk again. I saw lightning flashes and endured heavy rain there while I was there in recovery!! If not for that older nurses experience, I would always be convinced that I really had been in a really intense rainstorm there in ICU, of a major hospital. My cervical vertebrates had to be bolted and plated away from my badly pinched spinal cord. I was one second away from total body paralysis as surgery commenced and 57 years old. I remain convinced that not all illusions are real..thank God!!
diadems blackswan (1 month ago)
My step father and my mother had something very special...like they were kids in love but it was the kind of thing we rarely see nowadays. I knew they were inseparable. Even in death wherever they wpuld go, I knew. My step dad passed 2005 and a year or two before that I remember telling him this "you and I haven't always seen eye to eye, and for my part I am sorry for any pain I caused you...but you have my love and respect. Thank you for being the 2nd part of mom". He really felt moved and said he loved me too. Mom passed in 2006 but about 2 or 3 weeks before I had spoken to her about death and what she thought it might be like. She said that if it is within Gods rules, she would let me know she was okay. Well she did... On the morning after she was buried I stepped outside the house early to let the dog out and decided to go get a newspaper. As I opened my truck door I noticed a small yellow bird across the drive from mine on a red wooden fence. I tthought wow somebody lost their canary...but then another, more of a dirty yellow birs landed right next to the first and they flew across and landed in my fence not 8 feet from me. The emotional flood began and I knew it then that this was them both come to say they were together and okay. I could never be convinced otherwise. To this day I still have my mothers dog she asked me to take care of for her....a promise I made I still honor to this day and its Feb 2019. Mom Kila the doggy is doing fine but Ive changed her food a few times but always kept her safe and healthy. I love and miss you
D O (1 month ago)
My grandma just died in hospice couple hours ago. One of her last words she told my mom was that my Uncle that passed away 4 years ago was coming to pick her up and he was in the room. By looking at her taking her last breaths I could tell she was halfway going to another Dimension I guess the Spiritual world. I prayed for her told her to take Jesus hand when you see him. 😔 I’m still shook from this.
eileen MAIZE Carey (1 month ago)
I took care of Both my Beloved Parents at Home what I can say is everyone is different my Beloved Mama got "Dementia" & had Diabetes She was put on "comfort care" She did talk to Her dead Mama but She suffered a lot before that..my Beloved Papa had a harder time He had Bone cancer & right before Hospice suggested I give Him "morphine" He became EXTREMELY AGITATED & started to relive WW 2 ...it was Heartbreaking then Hospice said it was time to administer the morphine till He became "calm"..something I wish I had NOT been told to do because that DAM morphine put Him in a coma for 4 LONG DAYS He dried up because in the coma if You give them Water it BURNS THEIR THROAT ...it was so terrible..i would rather have been able to give Him something like "PCP" or even or some other "dissociative concoction" the morphine is cruel...so I'm sorry not to upset anyone here but NOT ALL dying Journey's are easy...Care Infinite & May Your Journey Be Peaceful🌠💫✨🐦🌰🌱🌲🐦💞
BigThunderGolf (1 month ago)
Really good stories of ppl’s dying brain creating hallucinations before they die as in their subconscious is making them feel at peace, nothing more.
78dachamp (1 month ago)
And some go to hell...not everybody go to heaven
Paula Nutella (1 month ago)
My sister was dying of cancer, she was 18, and asked us if we would get her someone to have sex with her so she knew what sex was like before she died. So we went and got a homeless man all cleaned up, showered and all, and he gave her her dying wish. It was such a magical experience and two days later she passed away. Prior to dying my sister and the homeless man got close, and fucked like jack rabbits.
Bert Clayton (1 month ago)
It must take a special person to work hospice. But the Bible says give a dying man strong drink, Proverbs. Where if someone is scared give them antianxiety meds, if they're hurting, antipain meds. Strong drink was probably all that was available when the proverb was as written. Or give injections. There's probably other books where they had special preparations. Having mercy is very important.
Robin Mclain (1 month ago)
I have alot of respect for hospice nurses n caretakers. My dad was on hospice for a little over a month last year n that day it was July 3rd we knew it was gonna be the end soon n in the late afternoon all the sudden we had a thunder storm n I mean just thunder no rain etc but we just knew it was my mom my sister who had passed a few months before of a brain aneurysm in her sleep (talk about a rough time she was 53) n the rest of our family who had passed. The thunder was so intense we just sat there holding our dads hand. All of the sudden I don't Kno why but I stood up my little sister stood up each on opposite sides of the bed n our dad who Haddon spoken or anything that day just grabbed both of us at the same time n just held us just like he did when we were little girls. At that point I felt he is at peace n mom n Colleen (my sis) are here to take him home. It was just the way he held us both as if he was saying love you girls n I'll be ok. We knew he would because he was with the love of his life n his oldest daughter again. He passed a little while later on. Oh n a few hours after that my sis m bro in law got the news that his dad passed so ya it's been a rough year for my family. I think the people who work hospice are very special. God bless
bougnaw (1 month ago)
It has been pure joy reading the comments. which is very rare. You can feel the humanity in them.
Wee Bonnie Lass (1 month ago)
25 years ago I lost my beloved brother to pneumonia that was brought on from the dreaded AIDS virus... sadly I was not there when he passed, but the four days leading up to the funeral, it felt like there was definitely a presence around me, and I know beyond the shadow of a doubt it was my brother Joe... after his funeral, I no longer felt the presence of him, so I knew he had gone Home... about a month later, I had a very vivid dream that there was a carnival right outside my apartment, and at the time I was living in a farmhouse apartment on a farm land property... And from what I remember, the carnival started early in the morning, because I remember there being a beautiful golden light at sunrise, and I was walking around and there were children laughing and running and dancing, and there were other people there too, it was a very joyous occasion. I had turned around, and I saw my brother standing there, and I had started crying calling his name, which was Joey... And I ran up and I was hugging him and crying, and he put his hands on my shoulders and looked me right in the face, and said to me, I just wanted to let you know that I'm alright. the way he looked in the dream, was the Way I want to remember how he looked, when he was in high school, he was young again, he was restored! I talked with him a little bit more after that, and the dream was over... To make a long story short, I woke up crying, but I do know, beyond the shadow of a doubt, that I will see him again, and I will be reunited with him again... Now that I'm older, the one thing I do know is that they never leave us, I could almost swear he watches over me from time to time
Talia Faia (1 month ago)
These nurses are so warm and comforting. We need more people like them
bobo brazil (1 month ago)
This is REALLY BAD.....I suggest you check out Dr Jeffery Long
Ruben Gheraw (1 month ago)
Thank you for shearing those stories with the world. My grandma had the same experiences, 3 3 days before she die, she began to told us that she saw my grandfather, her children who passes away. i had my doubt, but hearing these stories i am confence. thank you
Dianne Skinkis (1 month ago)
Any question you ever thought of or wondered.Is found and answered in the Word of God. He is the author and the finisher of our faith. I had a out of body experiance in 1980. A short time after. I had been listening to a christian radio station in Dallas, Texas. People were calling in with recounts of out a body experiances. I ran down to the nearest corner phone booth. t call in and explain my experiance. I did not get the reaction I thought I would of. The believer on the othe end of the line. Listened than prayed for my salvation. They off the air explained to me. About life after death in Jesus" words. I was hurt, bewildered, shocked. What I thought was a angel of light. Was in deed a demon in disguise. For they can appear as a angel of light. All the years later. Studying the Word of God. I know that no Family member comes to you when crossing over. Nor do we go to heaven. If you are saved . You go to parsdise and wait for the Great White Throne room judgement. Ifyou were not saved. You go to a holding place similar to the heat of hell. And wait for the judgement day. Demons hate us. and trick us. They are out to kill and destroy us. The Lord says He does not want any one to perish. But, to trust in every word that procedeth out of the mouth of God. Trust Him with all your heart and lean not unto your own understanding. Believe in what The Lord God says. Not what a person has said or gone through. Your whole existance in eternity depends on it.
Maximus Carsonite (1 month ago)
woah......666 dislikes.
Crystal Daniels (1 month ago)
I must say I am not afraid to die.. however I would not want to die tragically..or die without knowing God..I currently live for Jesus now...my mother died in 2005 ..before she passed she gave her life back to God..she said she was having dreams and her mother would visit her and tell her she would be seeing her soon...my mother told me how she wanted her hair and how she wanted her casket..she was very sick...she died from fluid in her legs which ended up traveling to her lungs...I called her for two days..n she would not answer....then my brother and I went to her apartment and the janitor had to break the chain off the door..that when I saw her dead on the couch with a dried up tearon her eye...she was only 44..this life that we live is not eternal..we were made from the dust and the dust is where we will return....make sure you are right with God before you die...this life is only temporary
Arlys Veen (1 month ago)
My mother was at her brother’s side when he died. Just before he died, he looked up and said, “Mother!”
Jeannie Blankenship (1 month ago)
My twin brother Bill said sissy I've got to go mommy here and he was gone
Angelica’s Recovery (1 month ago)
My mom died exactly a week ago because of cancer. she was on hospice. My mom was in so much pain and my dad was with her & her friend. My dad said the pain went away and she died so peacefully they weren’t even sure if she was actually gone at first... I miss her so much. My dad said she was starring off most of the day. Her friend asked her what she was thinking about and she said she was just seeing where she was going.
Joe Garcia (1 month ago)
My grandmother a few days before she passed would say her brothers and sisters are here to take her with them, she was the last one left in her family.
Jennie Clement (1 month ago)
Father in law held his arms up also, both arms, he was reaching! Die soon!
M.J. Leger (1 month ago)
People will believe whatever makes them feel comforted or better in a terrible situation.  And people who are traumatically injured can hallucinate, due to drugs, brain injury, many things.  They usually will see things that are in their memory bank in their brain.  But there are those who ALWAYS believe it is something extraordinary, miraculous, religious or whatever their imagination conjures up.  And loved ones will think, see or believe things that are not there.  The mind is a very complex thing.  There are usually explanations and legitimate answers to what is seen or imagined, but few people want to accept them.  They will usually believe what they wish to believe, right or wrong.
Mr.comments (1 month ago)
I believe we all got that spark of the creator and it goes back
Elizabeth Mish (1 month ago)
My mom knew she was dying and told us that we shouldn’t be afraid because it’s not that bad.
Elizabeth Mish (1 month ago)
My sister collapsed and did not pass however she thought to herself how nice she felt and she thought that this must be how it feels to die. She then heard a voice telling her that, yes, that was what it was like but it’s not her time.
aaron finnegan (1 month ago)
I was on my death bed from illness and a Viking appeared beside my bed he stood looking at me he was huge I hid under the blanket and when I came out he was gone
Peter Nichols (1 month ago)
This is real as it’s get!
Avelina Atienza (1 month ago)
Only our physical bodies die. Our soul and spirit continue to live n longer in this earth but in a special place prepared by Jesus. We will meet all believers there in heaven. John 11:24  Martha said to Him, I know that he shall rise again in the resurrection at the last day.  :25  Jesus said to her, I am the Resurrection and the Life! He who believes in Me, though he die, yet he shall live.
Gretchen Nielson (1 month ago)
Edit out the sounds of them breathing and swallowing. It's driving me nuts hearing them swallow and smack their lips
TheLordbal (1 month ago)
I work in hospice and I can say personally it is not a stressful job at all, rather peaceful actually.
GILBERT Hernandez (1 month ago)
No Busty. He is a bad man
Helen Kennedy (1 month ago)
Two days after my son died i and I know that John wanted me to see him, as I loved him so much, and ,my heart is breaking. So if there is life after death I would say yes there is and I know I will.see my son again. Thank you for reading .
Pat Norton (1 month ago)
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Faith N Grace (1 month ago)
I’ve been a CNA/caregiver since I was 18 (except my 7yr break) I’m almost 40 now. I’ve worked in private homes, group homes, nursing homes, and assisted living apartments, I even took care of my grandmother who was on hospice for over 3yrs. I have taken care of many hospice and non hospice patients over the years prior to their death and been with many as they were passing or close to it. Hospice has definitely been my preference. Because I’ve mostly worked with the elderly, the death experience wasn’t “hard” so to say for me. Not always easy, but I find satisfaction keeping them clean, cozy, comfy and safe while they pass. Many times no family is around, so I love them as my family, I find peace in my goodbyes knowing they were not alone. All but one (there were many) passed peacefully, no fear, no pain and most had the most calm, happy expression after their last breath. I’ve heard many statements from patients regarding seeing loved ones near the end that are no longer with us. I truly believe death has some sort of euphoria like energy, I believe we never are alone and that a loved one comes for us. My only regret is I wasn’t with my grandma when she passed, I just missed it, she was still warm when I arrived. She died without me and I wanted so badly to help her find the light. She had other plans though I guess. I often think about all the grandmas and grandpas I cared for over the years, and wonder if they will remember me when I pass. If so I will have so much family waiting in heaven. God is real, the energy around us and the miraculous way of live is too incredible to just be for nothing. We are going somewhere beautiful and full of love after this excursion, that is for sure....
Maria Russell (1 month ago)
trust in god through Jesus Christ our savior I thank God I never lost a daughter or a son but if I did I will have to put my trust in God and I know God will give me the strength and the courage Too face each grieving day whatever we face each and every day remember we're not alone God doesn't want to see us hurt but it has to be this way let's put our trust in God and all your loved ones and my loved ones safe in the name of Jesus Christ amen God knows what's best for us even though we don't understand or not understand his ways remember he loves us all each day we might have to face many horrible storms I hope you don't give up we stand firm because God doesn't give up on us so please let's all trust in God and give us suffering to God through Jesus Christ our savior remember one thing God so loved his people that he sent his beloved Son to come to the world to teach and to be crucified on the cross and shed his blood for all of us amen
Yvonne Edwards (1 month ago)
We must be very careful about communication with the dead. The word of God says the dead know nothing. Often times people are communicating with demons.
Debbie Cooper (1 month ago)
My sister - n-law passed away in 2000 .. she was a great friend to me .. I loved her so. when she passed I was so upset.  she passed 1 year and 1 day  after my stepdad. well one night I was asleep she came to me. I  couldn't see anything are see anyone.. I could hear her and I could hear myself. she told me she was happy. my dad was there and grandma and my grandpa. she said her dad was there. she thanked me for being a good friend and for me not to be sad. I know I talked to her. after that day I have never been sad. well of course I miss her. but I will see them one day.
Perris McKnight (1 month ago)
Me too.
Troy Adamson (1 month ago)
I watched my dad die right in my living room. Hospice had a bed set up for him. He was dying of Alzheimer's, the day of his death he had suffered a stroke. He could not move or open his eyes. I have seen people die before and they always take that last gasp for breath and then they go. My dad did not, it was weird, just all of a sudden he just stopped breathing. The gentleman that was there for Hospice was amazing, and the lady he was with. He was able to tell us down to the minute exactly how long he had. I have never witnessed anything that people describe. I heard of one from a life long buddy who's 6 yo boy died of liver cancer.
Dennis Pennington (1 month ago)
I am sorry for everygone's loss but near death is exactly that. It is near death. Being near and actually being dead are two different things.
ALLBEER EVRYTHING (1 month ago)
The bullshit people make up to escape reality
Kinq Calb (1 month ago)
No you just don't want to believe in heaven or hell so that you can keep sinning and doing as you please while here on earth
stuart johnson (1 month ago)
So many mysteries are part of living...and dying.
Shelby Alford (1 month ago)
oxygen deprivation
a. banks. (1 month ago)
My sister died last year in hospice....
Amanda Wait (1 month ago)
It is lovely to see people love their pets so much, but I wonder, is that really who you want to see first when you die, not a family member, not Jesus? I want to see Jesus *first* when I leave my body. Yes I love my Pa and would love to see him and other family members and our pets, but I want to see Jesus, Saviour and lover of my soul who died for me and rose again from the dead to give not just me, but all who believe in Him, eternal life, that's who I want to see first when I get to heaven.♡ The Bible says to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord.♡︵‿🕊️ ♡ My Ma might be going home to Lord Jesus soon, I don't really know how soon, but she is very sick. She has Alzheimer's dementia and she sleeps a lot. Struggles to eat sometimes, can't speak understandable words many times and when she does speak words that make sense, she repeats the same thing. She walks with great difficulty. I am her caretaker. I have my mother with me but I have been mourning my mother for a few years now. My clever Ma is not here, my Ma with whom I had long chats about absolutely anything, is not here. I look at her and cry many times because I remember her healthy and smart, clever and to see her so helpless is heart-breaking. Alzheimer's is a disease I don't wish on my worst enemy. :'( Love one another.♡ Life truly is short and none of us lives forever. Get right with God and believe in Jesus Christ and what He did for you through His crucifixion and resurrection and you shall receive His Spirit. God loves you so very much, He wants everyone to be saved and go to heaven. You have to *believe.* Please listen to this song. https://youtu.be/-fzqh3syxik ♡︵‿🕊️ ♡
midnight rider (1 month ago)
After my dad passed, he showed me many signs that he was still around. Since my mom passed about a year ago i've been heartbroken and i haven't experienced any signals despite begging her to let me know she's ok and still around me. I miss you mom.
Henry Bittle (1 month ago)
I have had the pleasure, and dis pleasure of meeting and being around Hospice nurses, I have so much respect for them, what wonderful people. Any one that can do that job, with the caring they show and being so helpful , God bless you Hospice nurses
GILBERT Hernandez (1 month ago)
Fred trump visited Donald Trump and told him that when he dies, he can join him. In hell.
vinny (11 days ago)
Maga
Maggie (1 month ago)
Trump is an awesome president
Robyn Buxton (1 month ago)
My grandmother told the lady in her nursing home room that her momma told her she was coming to come get her today. Moments later she passed.
sn232 (2 months ago)
What is the name of that beautiful song playing at the end of your video? Thank you for this video, it brings peace.
Rosie Thomas (2 months ago)
I worked at a nursing home in Worthington Ohio. Had a patient who was very sweet. I adore him and his family. I am a nurse and took care of him. We laugh and joke around.He knew he was dying. Sometimes you couldn’t arouse him. I was off a couple of days and work the other end of the unit. He ask for me. I was busy but as soon as I could I went to him and jokingly said u still here I thought you would be in heaven he laugh and said I was waiting to see you. His family was visiting I sat on his bed we chatted I told him I loved him,I said you know you are hurting and tired why are you still hanging around we both laughed along with his wife. He ask me to pray with him I asked Jesus that His will be done. After praying I said to him he should not suffer we both cried nobody wanted him to suffer any more. He held my hands I told him he need not hang around any longer he said he loved me. I told him I had to get back to work he and family said ok. As I left the room In tears I said to him I’ll see you in heaven and that sweet soul passed before my next shift. I was told he had a smile on his face. I believe that sometimes people need permission to go. I lost a sister recently. I held her face in my hands and told her I loved her gave her a kiss told her I would see her the next day she said be careful because of a bad storm in Tampa that night. I went to the hotel went to and woke up at 3am I was told she passed at that time. I say to all who read this be kind and loving. I did not know this man before he was admitted. I fell in love with his spirit. When you love God you never know who will cross your path. Maybe I was God’s messenger for him that God was calling him home. Please everyone be kind to all you meet you don’t know what God wants you to do. Death is not the end for those who love the Lord it is a new peaceful beginning. God bless you all.
krissy kinsey (2 months ago)
I cant imagine how strong these hospice nurses must be...takes a special person to do this stuff . God bless them
funkymulgi78 (2 months ago)
All spiritual experiences here are relatable to eastern religions also. It is believed that YAMA the god of death comes to receive you on the deathbed. Also read the book called ‘Dying to be me’, which is relatable to these stories. Point being, you don’t have to belong to one particular religion to experience this.
Zo Lo (2 months ago)
NDE is a christian faked testimony fir guiding naive people. Christians (only) always tempt us with these stupid lies. They start with NDEs , then conversions stories ( islam or Hindu to christianity), then illusions such as meeting Jesus or being in Hell. What sort of stupid Ideology is that.
Spectreworld (2 months ago)
My father passed away back in 2017 and my biggest regret was me not coming home when I should have. Docs said he had 4 to 6 weeks. He was gone in 6 days. The day before my step mom called and said he may not make the day I wanted to head home. Freshly woken up, I did 90 to 100mph from Kansas City to Cincinnati... fueled up once. I made it home in 8hrs, which is normally a 10.5hr drive. I never thought id watch my dad die the next morning. He did wake up long enough to see me and speak to me. All he said was thank the lord. I wish I knew who was there to take him to Heaven... my regret was that I didnt go home like a good son should have and unfortunately itll never leave my mind or heart. I have come to some terms with it, but the hurt never goes away. I hope no one reading this makes this mistake.
Matthew Kratz (2 months ago)
I'm a paranormal investigator and I help spirits to cross over to the other side

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