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I died for 27 minutes – this is what I saw

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A woman who died for 27 minutes has opened up about her experience and said she wasn’t afraid of what she saw.

Tina Hines suffered a cardiac arrest in February 2018 after she fell in her driveway, The Sun reported.

She was unresponsive and in a bid to save her life, her husband Brian tried to revive her.

Her desperate partner performed CPR and managed to resuscitate his wife twice.

On the way to the hospital, Tina was revived several more times by medics and in total, died for 27 minutes.

Once at the hospital, the doctors used a defibrillator on her a sixth time – which brought her back to life.

While physically Tina, was struggling, she wasn’t scared and said that what she experienced had blown her away.

“Unbelievable rest and peacefulness of what I experienced was Jesus standing there with him arms open wide,” she said.

“And right behind Jesus standing there was this incredible glow,” she told the Christian Broadcasting network.

On waking up out of an induced coma, Tina, from Arizona, scribbled a note, which read ‘it’s real’, and nodded up to the sky.

“It was so real, the colours were so vibrant,” she said.

Medics were baffled by her case as they had initially told her husband Brian that she could suffer from brain injuries.

However, only one day later, her vital signs “were back to normal”.

A near-death experience (NDE) is classified as a life-transforming experience that can occur under extreme conditions in which no sensory experiences should be possible, medics at the University of Virginia state.

These conditions could include trauma, ceasing of brain activity, deep general anaesthesia or cardiac arrest, they said.

These experiences can differ from one person to another and in many cases, the experts said patients having an NDE will feel very comfortable and free of pain.

You might also experience a sensation of leaving the body, with some being able to see their physical body while floating above it.

Others may experience their mind functioning more clearly and rapidly than usual.

This story was originally published by The Sun and was reproduced with permission

Story Credit: news.com.au

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