My son passed in a car accident; What was his experience?
A mom asked her son what his experience was like and here is his response:
All I see is a spark of something that just grew and grew. That’s what it was like, like all of a sudden there was this flash of light and it was me but it was me outside of me. I was the light. I was the spark that was growing and distracting me from what I thought was me so that I could realize who I really was. That’s the first thing I have to tell you. It was amazing and I don’t think until this moment I had really realized that. That it wasn’t all devastating and painful.
It was amazing. It was simple. It was immediate. It was instant. It was, all of a sudden, like a cartoon washed over me, like a cartoon version of me - no human limits, nothing I couldn’t do or be. When you’re drawing a picture, you can draw the character upside down on top of a tree or floating in the sky or morphing in to some animal. It’s like that, like that’s really me! That’s what I’m doing here.
I’m exploring all of these ways I can experience me. It was so simple but there was no thing about it.
There was just me, outside of me but still me and more magnificently me than I ever thought I could be.
I mean, momma, I can make a tree get your attention. I can make it so one flower sticks out of the whole bunch and you can’t stop looking at it. Those are the things I want you to think about. I’m dynamic. I’m a part of everything that God is and that’s everything. You give me some time and I’ll show you in a thousand different ways the love that I feel for you. See what I did there? You thought I was going to say the love I have for you but I know you know that and if you’re asking me if I know how much you love me, well then, I’m going to spend every day trying to prove it to you by bringing it back to you in all the ways that I can figure out.
I didn’t know what happened in the physical. One minute I’m going along down my path and the next minute a ball of light hits me like a pound of feathers, then I melt into it and I become a part of it.
Imagine that. What it looks like in life and what it really is like here in spirit. There was no mess about it. There was no pain about it. If I had to say anything to you, ma, I believe it was Jesus. I believe He is the light that carried me through that moment so I wouldn’t feel the impact.
via Laura Mirante