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February 22, 2016

Sharon Levites
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Sharon Levites was riding a bike to her veterinarian-tech graduation party when she was struck by a bus and nearly killed. 45 years later, that accident and her resulting NDE still affect her life for better and for worse. Sharon is living proof that an understanding approach to near-death experiencers can save them from doctors who prescribe unnecessary, confusing and harmful drugs, and even commit the NDEr to a psychiatric hospital. All this can happen because the patient exhibits otherworldly gifts, and spirit-led expressions of love and empathy, gained from a near-death experience the doctors refuse to understand.

About her NDE, Sharon writes, I will always feel I'm between both worlds. I feel I'm always looking in at the world instead of being part of it. I feel like I'm a caretaker to many. I'm always there. Life after has always been very hard for me since my NDE. I'm sure a lot of it has to do with missing so much of my childhood being erased from [my memory]. I feel I was given a special gift and Im here for a reason. I love who I am, but at the same time I ask God at times, what is my purpose what did you want me back for? He has the answers, and deep down I know I have them, too.
Episode Segments:
NDE Radio: Sharon Levites
What happens to the NDE experiencer when the accident that brought on the NDE also causes brain damage? Do we rely on our life's memories to rebuild our life on this side of the curtain? Sharon Levites shares her story.
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