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My SHOCKING Evidence-Based Near-Death Experience (Life After Death) | Stephanie Arnold

May 2023 16

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Stephanie Arnold is an award-winning, international best-selling author, inspirational speaker and thought leader on a mission to help others realize that connecting with our sixth sense can not only enhance our lives, but can very well save them.

Stephanie’s background and experiences allow her to connect with diverse audiences, whether through her book, speaking engagements, or media appearances. Prior to sharing her own story in her best-selling book, 37 Seconds, Stephanie enjoyed a decades-long career helping others share their stories as an Emmy-Nominated TV Producer. In her personal life, Stephanie is a wife and mother with a deep appreciation of her Latina-Jewish heritage.

With her story inspiring millions of people around the globe, Stephanie now dedicates her time to speaking and advocacy work, spreading awareness about positive doctor-patient communication, trauma recovery, and discovering meaning and purpose in our personal and professional lives.

Please enjoy my conversation with Stephanie Arnold.

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  1. #1

    Wow that woman really is something…..I already miss her though it's only an hour of watching this, mesmerizing personality really

  2. #2

    I had placenta previa with my third daughter and almost hemorrhaged to death after having her and it was by far my most painful delivery, and my third daughter is O negative and she also had placenta previa with her first daughter. Thanks for sharing your story, I also have the gift of knowing things and that’s exactly what I’ve always called it. You’re a beautiful sweet soul ❤

  3. #3

    👍 I understand. I knew ahead of the birth that I was going to die. It's just that My PeRcePtiOn of death was "DEAD" & there is NO DEAD.
    There's tAnGibLe & non tAnGibLe. 🙊🙉🙈

  4. #4

    It is gob smacked, not God smacked.

  5. #5

    Never dismiss a mother's intuition, psychic or not. A much less dramatic story of mine involving pregnancy was when I found out I was pregnant with my second child. I knew immediately that she was a girl. Somehow, I had known since I was a child that I would have two daughters. I told my husband right away that she was a girl. My oldest was 16 at the time and she isn't biologically his. (She's from my first marriage. I also told her dad right away that she was a girl.) My husband was afraid to believe me because he wanted a girl so bad. I had a blood test done at 11 weeks and when they called to tell me she was a girl, I literally reached over, smacked him awake, and said, "I told you so!" Lol

  6. #6

    I've never seen a tunnel during any of my experiences I've had more than one. But the experiences were truly real

  7. #7

    I have AB negative blood type which is 1% of the population a rarer blood type but hey, ha! Are we being dramatic possibly? How blessed you are to have the money to get top medical care with the "top doctors".

  8. #8

    The reality of knowing is OK, but you really explain it!

  9. #9

    It is a tough place she is in. Most people find you hard even when your loving. otherwise people think I am very entertaining and alive. They want me to go to gatherings, but I don’t.

  10. #10

    Turned into super empath, I worked as a Counsellor 40 years , I can’t enjoy frivolous talk. Super sensitive, I just walk away. Most times people don’t want talk about what really is happening. Theatre stuff I walk away , it is most there stuff which won’t heal this way. They gave me those clients because they work on it or they leave. It is simple.

  11. #11

    I was on dialysis and in the hospital for a month but I had a guardian angel telling me "do not look at what is happening, everything is going to be okay" I thought I was the only person in the US that had survived amniotic embolism until today.

  12. #12

    I also had an amniotic embolism in 1981. You are not the first one. My name is Laura Schmidt. I took 18 units and my son took 8. I was at Kaiser Permanente in San Diego.

  13. #13

    I knew ahead of time that i was going to die. It was very strong and knew it was very close. I tried to tell people but couldn't because they wouldn't understand, wouldn't believe me, and it would hurt them. I couldn't say it to anyone. So I didn't. I just tried to explain what was going on. I think it happened to me (the nde) because I asked for it. I wanted to know where my friend was – on a very deep level, I wanted to know where she was. She died and I couldn't get past knowing where she was.
    So that was one of my experiences-I died, she (my friend met me there), she explained a little to me, was stearn with me a little and told me what i had to do and why – she sent me to be with my family in heaven and then i went to learn things that really made me mad, and now I'm changed forever.

  14. #14

    Look up the Cassandra myth.

  15. #15

    Yes i feel her…empath and nde… 😅 Thank you so much for sharing this ❤

  16. #16

    I do not believe that you can manifest your own death. I believe you choose your departure way and time before your soul comes in. Consider perhaps her soul signed up for this experience along with all the souls around her.

  17. #17

    I work with elderly hospice patients. I have heard stories of several who have had NDE’s and they literally cannot wait to die again.

  18. #18

    Great question..Why do you think this happened to you ? 🙂 BTW ..maybe a small point.. my understanding re the breaking of the cord her therapist called an umbilical cord… almost everyone I have heard/ studied over 60 years says that we are attached by a silver cord to our spirit body, and when that cord actually severs, we cannot return to our body. Our spirit body is attached to our soul, and I have no idea whether that cord can ever be severed. But the silver cord allows Bee's, long distance travel outside our body, etc…when the body dies permanently then the silver cord is broken. ..for whatever reason. Thanks for this one .

  19. #19

    I totally relate to this woman's story and her purpose in writing her book. I love her candor and her humility. Her story is truly inspiring.❤

  20. #20

    Eres super hermosa persona . Excellent inspirational

  21. #21

    Crazy lady !

  22. #22

    It sounds ridiculous for me to ask this question but Stephanie, if you're watching this, that painting behind you looks very familiar to me…. Is it a TJ black?

  23. #23

    Fellow NDE person. I also knew for months I was going to die but I didn’t know how. Unlike her, I did not tell anyone because I didn’t want to be perceived as crazy and also pretty much accepted it. My heart stopped for the first time in an MRI machine, but I quickly came back, then again for a few minutes during surgery. I had to pretty much be coaxed back into my body. Maybe one day I’ll be brave enough to share my own story, I really loved this one’

  24. #24

    Wow, I'm sitting here with my mouth open

  25. #25

    Same thing happened to me, my husband and I were talking about moving to a new city, for a second I thought 'but you are not coming" then I thought "why did I think that" I felt so sad but didn't say anything…he died a few months later.

  26. #26

    Thank you for sharing. I wonder if she created it tho by the strong focus on it was going to happen.

  27. #27

    For someone who says she isn't neurotic she sure sounds neurotic. I'm very neurotic myself. So, it's not a put down just an observation.

  28. #28

    As a mother I got chills hearing her story. The heartbreak she must have felt, knowing that, and not being believed. Bizar!

  29. #29

    Struck by the lack of empathy from her husband watching the documentary on Netflix- something not quite right there. Will come out in time..

  30. #30

    I have watched countless episodes on your channel Alex. I am fascinated with the work you are doing and thank you from my core. This took me by surprise… this is the first one that made my cry… not sure why! Looking inside for the answers, I have had 4 c-sections, one was an emergency, unplanned. Maybe I have suppressed what happened, not sure. I also had many laugh out loud moments in this episode, I am not latino but resonated to my core! So many mysteries on why this particular story could be affecting me do deeply. I love your channel and just wanted to thank you so much for bringing these incredible stories to us in the graceful, touching and sometimes humorous way that you do sir ❤

  31. #31

    Thank very much!!!!

  32. #32

    Was there a word- count minimum for this video? She definitely knocked it out of the park.
    Great story.

  33. #33

    The thing that strikes me the most is how unsupportive her husband was when she needed him the most. The word “asshole” comes to mind 😬🤷‍♀️

  34. #34

    messages coming but not understanding or knowing how to process and do correct action….ommmm

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