AngelicView: This is a video of NDE’r Jeff Olsen speaking at Findhorn’s 2015 “We Do Not Die” Conference. I turned it on last night – late – and stayed glued to it until the end. I ended up closing up my computer at almost 5am last night – I just couldn’t go to bed without hearing what happened next.
There are some “spoilers” in the video description, so I’ll put that below the video.
If you would like to read Jeff Olsen’s Near-Death Experience instead of watching the video, it is already posted on AngelicView here. In my humble opinion, though, the video is better!
Video Description: Jeff Olsen experienced a horrific automobile accident in 1997 which inflicted multiple life-threatening injuries, including crushing both his legs. He had 18 surgeries and spent six months in the hospital. His left leg was amputated above the knee. The most devastating outcome of the accident was the loss of his wife and youngest son, both killed instantly. Overwhelmed by his own life-threatening injuries, Jeff had a profound near-death experience in which he met his wife on the other side, who told him he couldn’t stay and had to return. Having that glimpse into heaven gave him the courage he needed to carry on and care for his living son. He has since remarried and adopted two more sons. According to Jeff’s website, his greatest joy comes from being a husband and father. His mission is to assist people in consciously embracing who they are and the connection they share with others and the universe. Even without Jeff’s profound out-of-body and other mystical experiences, what he has to share with us and teach us about overcoming grief and guilt would be life-transforming in themselves. Jeff is a very humble, genuine and warm speaker and has been gifted with a high-degree of empathy and an ability to shine Light upon all our suffering.
To learn more about Jeff, go here:
To learn more about Findhorn’s 2015 “We Do Not Die” Conference, go here:
To purchase copies of Jeff’s books:
I Knew Their Hearts: The Amazing True Story of a Journey Beyond the Veil to Learn the Silent Language of the Heart
Beyond Mile Marker 80: Choosing Joy After Tragic Loss