Ten Shocking NDE Aspects
with Nanci Danison
After giving a brief overview of her NDEs, Nanci focuses on the 10 most shocking things that happened during them. These include aspects of her afterlife or out-of-body experiences that she has not seen mentioned in other NDErs’ accounts. These aspects provide deep insight into what the afterlife is like once a soul transitions back to spiritual nature, as well as into reincarnation, having a monitored mission, the nature of souls, manifesting, the various stages of eternal life, and much more.
Nanci is a retired attorney and current spiritual author who has written 5 books so far just on the experiences she has had and the information she received in the afterlife. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree with a double major in biology (anatomy & physiology) and chemistry, a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology, and a doctorate in jurisprudence.
Since 1994, Nanci has experienced 3 NDE-afterlife experiences, the first of which was transcendental in nature. The second and third NDE-afterlife experiences were what she calls meetings with her Council, the group of Light Beings in the afterlife who are monitoring her performance of the mission she accepted at the end of her transcendental afterlife experience.
She also recalls having 3 NDE-OOB experiences during which she was out of body in hospitals during surgery or when very close to death. She had what she calls 2 “pop in” NDEs, where she popped into the afterlife for a particular purpose while still alive. During one she had a life review. During the other she received a huge download of information about everything that has ever been written in Earth’s history. Lastly, she describes having the privilege to share her mother’s out-of-body adventure and death via an empathic NDE.
For a number of years, Nanci was the group leader of Central Ohio IANDS, a chapter she founded. She has also spoken at an IANDS Conference and various IANDS chapter group meetings over the years.
Website: Author Nanci Danison – Home
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Durham IANDS with Susan Amsden, Facilitator