Michelle Clare is a three-time Near Death Experiencer, a certified evidential medium, and an intuitive life coach. I met Michele as a test sitter for her mediumship certification.
In this episode, Michelle shares with us three very different Near Death Experiences. I believe that NDEs are tailored for the individual having them to provide them with the lessons they need and that they need to share with the rest of us. Michelle’s experiences support my hypothesis as each experience came at a time in her life, with a lesson that she needed.
Michelle, as an evidential medium, delivers messages, with evidence, that she is connecting with your loved ones in spirit. As an intuitive life coach, Michelle connects with your spirit guides, angels, loved ones in spirit, etc. to bring you guidance for your life. This was a fascinating conversation covering a wide range of topics.
You can find Michelle at https://www.michelleclare.net
Do either of you have any input on why some people die and get the choice to come back and others do not? Obviously we only get the perspective of those who came back.. but it seems like they always get a choice. I lost my son at age 7 to an accidental drowning 2 months ago..I just can’t seem to grasp why it was his time? I know you do not have all the answers, but maybe some insight? I also wonder where his spirit guide was and why he didn’t protect my very young son? I’m just a mother in pain looking for answers. Your pod cast is a great help to me. Thank you.
You make a valid observation. We can only talk to those who come back. We don’t know who might have been given a choice and stayed or who was not given a choice and were told they were staying. We know, from a practical point of view, that someone would have to have a viable body to come back to as a condition of coming back.
I’ve studied Near Death Experiences for years. Not everyone who has come back was given a choice. As a matter of fact, many have reported they weren’t even asked or they were forcefully put back into their bodies.
I understand where your question is coming from as the parent a daughter who did not come back. What I can offer you is that when our kids cross, it is their time to go. I know 7 yeares old is way, way too soon for you. My daughter was 15. But, we all go Home in our own divine time.