Blind – But Able to See During a Near-Death Experience | Gülfide Egrigöz In Conversation

Blind – But Able to See During a Near-Death Experience | Gülfide Egrigöz In Conversation

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Gülfide Egrigöz, „Artist of the Senses and Consciousness”, went blind at the age of eight. But she was equipped to see once more in the course of a near-death experience. Now she states: “You can always discover a stage of light.”

00:01:10 What brought about your reduction of sight?
00:08:42 How did you offer with a few losses amongst 1984 and 1987?
00:14:33 Soon after your father’s death, did you have a sensation to be shut or in make contact with with him?
00:17:25 When and how did you really feel the to start with indications of your autoimmune disorder?
00:26:43 The near-death experience
00:30:25 In this image you experienced getting shut to your mother although you had been in clinic?
00:34:54 The waking-up approach
00:39:02 Did you at any time discuss to your mother about it later on?
00:41:32 In how significantly has this experience adjusted you?

Director: Katrin Salhenegger-Niamir
Translation: Katrin Salhenegger-Niamir
Voice-over: Katrin Salhenegger-Niamir, Aryan Salhenegger-Niamir
Assistant Editor: Martin Steffens
Authentic subtitles: Heike Funke
Editor: Werner Huemer

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  1. Dearest loved one,

    I know you think I have died, but I’m not gone. Death is just a four-letter word—although you might want to double check my math on that one.

    Do you remember how in high-school science class your teacher talked about the first law of thermodynamics? Yeah, me neither.

    So let me refresh your memory. Your teacher told you that energy could neither be created nor destroyed, but only transformed. Well, I get it now.

    Nothing dies, not really. And that’s not religion, that’s science talking. In fact death doesn’t technically exist—at least not the way you think. Only change exists. Only transformation exists. Particles get disorganized, then reorganized, then re-re-reorganized.

    But death? Nope.

    Take flowers. They wither and become mulch, which then becomes topsoil, which then becomes minerals, which then becomes pH and soil salinity. Then, these elements reassemble themselves to become the building blocks for new flowers. On and on it goes.

    Or how about water? Water forms clouds, clouds make rain, rain gathers in rivers and lakes only to be used in swimming pools, iced tea, kitchen sinks, and vodka gimlets. Water then evaporates to become more clouds.

    Now I ask you. Does that sound like dying?

    Or maybe you can think about it like this. Long ago, when trains still ran through small towns, children would often run to the depots and watch the trains come and go. Do you remember those days? Children would marvel at the mighty engines with their clouds of steam and sounds of diesel and steel.

    Then, it happened like this: Passengers would climb aboard. The train’s doors would close. The coach would disappear over the horizon. All those people vanished in a mere instant.

    But were they gone? No way. They were just unseen. Death is like that.

    I am no longer seen. You cannot touch me, but I am here beside you. I am still your dad, although I cannot embrace you. I am still your mom, even though I cannot kiss you. I will always be your sister, your brother, your child, your best friend, your spouse, your lover, although I cannot hold your hand or whisper in your ear.

    All I can do is look upon your marvelous face and smile at you from behind this eternal glass. You might not be aware of me, but make no mistake, I’m still around, kid.

    Nobody ever tells you before you die that there is no “up there” and “down here.” Most folks live believing that their deceased loved ones are far away. Some envision a heavenly place so remote that it seems more like Fiji or Timbuktu. But it’s not like that. And I see that now.

    Heaven isn’t a geographic location. It’s not on a map, there are no coordinates. Therefore, heaven is neither bound by rules of time, nor measurements of space. Thus, your manmade concept of distance doesn’t hold water in this new realm.

    Don’t you see? If distance doesn’t exist, then there is no distance between us. Meaning: I'm right here, reading this over your shoulder. There’s a reason our ancestors called it the “hereafter.” Because it’s right here.

    I’m not lightyears away. I’m not on a sky island surrounded by cloud coverage and the booming voice of Charleton Heston. I am seated beside you. I can smell your shampoo. I can count your freckles. And I love you so very much.

    I know you miss me. Believe me, I know. I see you grieve when you think nobody is around. I have watched you weep into your hands while sitting in traffic. I’ve seen you cry yourself to sleep.

    Sometimes when you sob, I want to reach through the fabric of your reality to hold you like I once did, to make it better.

    But again, that isn’t how it works. You and I are separated by a thin piece of silk which neither the strongest man could tear, nor the sharpest tool could pierce. Nothing can cross this membrane that divides us except art, music, poetry and love. But I promise it won’t be like this for long.

    In the meantime, don’t stop remembering me. Don’t put away my photos. Tell stories about me. If you ever begin to wonder where I am, if you ever feel lost, if you ever need evidence of me, just look around you.

    I am the humidity in your curly hair on a wet day. The morning dew on your kitchen windows at sunrise. The laughter around your supper table. I am the text on this screen.

    You cannot grasp me. You cannot contain me. And you wouldn’t want to, either. Because I am free in this new place. And believe it or not, I am finally perfect. I am happy. I am healthy. I am whole. And I am with you always, even until the end of time.

    But I am not dead. Not even a little.

  2. This poor woman likely had or still has severe acidosis that caused lymphatic blockages. She needs to eat raw fruits and vegetables until her kidney’s filter again and her body can heal the damage to the organs, etc. I hope her life is a lot better moving forward. These stories that confirm that our souls are eternal, are amazing. I look forward to the day where I can possibly tap into a higher frequency of thinking so that I can experience events like this without having to die.

  3. Such a very very bright woman. How beautifully she describes her life history and how open she is with her feelings about her adolescence and other facets of her life. What a life, what a struggle. She is quite an amazing person.

  4. I particularly like that the translation from German to English is literal and accurate (from what's audible of the German).
    I like that there is no 'interpretation' during the interview, it is presented absolutely straight. Both parties make the medical details clear.

    This is a remarkable woman who relates her story intelligently and factually.

    For me, no paranormal world is necessary to interpret her story, so I appreciate this point not being pushed.

  5. How irresponsible that school and parents delayed taking her for retinal detachment surgery for at least 24 hours.
    And how sad that she was able to remove her bandages regularly during recovery.
    Her sight might have been saved if these had been controlled.

  6. This is the worst NDE I've ever heard…she spent the majority of her time talking about herself in the those pple who tell you evert boring detail of their life like it's unique and special.. she only talked about her experience for a couple minutes..and for the most part remained vague…I'm leary about this one.

  7. I know this is about Gulfide's NDE, but I was 26 at the time I suddenly lost my vision. I lived in a small town in Ohio and went to two doctors that misdiagnosed my condition which got worse. I finally said that I needed to go to Columbus. Finally, if I had not had the parents that I did I probably would be blind today. I always appreciated them, but at almost 70 listing to Gulfide's story I wish my parents were here to tell them again how very lucky I was that God gave them to me! Very inspirational story and am so glad I found this channel today!

  8. This was one of the most unique NDEs I've heard about – and only the second one in which the experiencer was blind., (In America, Vicki U.'s case was quite famous.) Thank you both for a great interview.

  9. Most humans believe it is the eyes or the brain that sees, but this could NOT be further from the Truth, as it is "LIFE The Real Self" that sees… check out every part of your human anatomy, to see if any part of your anatomy is "AWARE" of either your existence or itself…. That's right NOT a single part of your anatomy is "AWARE" of anything ! ONLY "AWARENESS" which is "LIFE The Real Self", that is "AWARE" of anything including SIGHT ! This reveals the DIFFERENCE, between the human species, and "LIFE The Real Self", an Offspring of "The LIFE of GOD" !