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Tahoe Today: An out-of-body experience

Dayle Schear

A fascinating subject. Have you ever had an out of body experience? I have had several out-of-body experiences and, might I tell you, it’s unbelievable. What brought this to my attention was the new show on television “Saving Hope.” The show is about a doctor who goes into a coma and finds himself out of his body and, while being out of his body, he can communicate with others who have passed on; however, he can not communicate with other people who are working on him in the hospital to trying and bring him back from his coma. He can watch everything that is going on in the hospital; however, communication is lost.

Now let me tell you the reality of what I know about the subject of an out-of-body experience. When we are tired, sick or even in a coma, it is possible for our physical body to separate from our spiritual body, which is why it is called an out-of-body experience. In theory, we are tied to an umbilical cord and, when the cord snaps, then death occurs; however, as long as we are in and out of reality or in a coma we can have an out-of-body experience in which our physical body is present and our spiritual body leaves until we awake or if death should occur. The latter, when death occurs, the cord snaps and we proceed on to the next level in the universe, thus the waiting room, or heaven.

My first out-of-body experience was extremely scary. It happened when I was a teenager living with my sister and her family. I recall lying in bed in a very deep sleep. I was sleeping in the same room as my niece, who was in a crib at the time. I visually saw my sister enter the room when my niece was crying. I observed everything. I tried to get up and shouted my sister’s name several times, but she never heard me. She kept going about her business, so I screamed even louder; once again, I was ignored. It seemed I used every amount of energy that I could muster up just to shout her name. It was then I was tired and I turned and looked back at my pillow and saw my body laying there, surrounded by a glowing light. I bounced back into my body and awoke within the hour. When I did, I approached my sister and said, “Terrie, didn’t you hear me? I was shouting your name.”

“No,” she said. “Dayle, you were sound asleep.”

I pondered this for many a week. I could not understand this glowing light that I saw surrounding my body. I tried to read everything about the subject but, in those days, there were no answers.

It wasn’t until several years later that my out-of-body experience would happen more frequently – especially during the 1971 San Fernando Earthquake in Sylmar, Calif.

It was 6 a.m. and I awoke momentarily then went back in a deep sleep. Our whole apartment started to violently shake. My then-husband shouted, “It’s an earthquake, get under the doorjamb!” Coming from New Jersey, I had know idea what an earthquake felt like.

I remember Bob pulling me out of bed and physically putting me in his arms to protect me. I was out of my body observing everything until the earthquake stopped.

I would love anyone to write in if they have ever had an out-of-body experience.

– Dayle Schear is an internationally known psychic and television personality. Dayle will be doing private consultations. Visit http://www.dayleschear.com. To ask Schear a question for this column, email ESP555555@aol.com. Please include a telephone number.

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