Embraced by the Light - Chapter 4, My Death Summary & Analysis

Betty Eadie
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Ms. Eadie woke almost immediately with a sense of danger. Ms. Eadie tried to call the nurse, but was unable to reach the cord. All energy seemed to be draining from her and suddenly Ms. Eadie felt her spirit pop free of her body. Ms. Eadie hovered above her body and looked down on it, recognizing that her body was dead. Ms. Eadie studied her body with a view that she had never had before and was not happy with what she saw, with her own appearance that suddenly seemed very foreign to her. Three people appeared beside Ms. Eadie's bed, three men in robes. These men appeared to be seventy or eighty, but Ms. Eadie thought that they were probably much older.

The men spoke to Ms. Eadie, told her that they were her friends, that they had known her...

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