How Dying Saved My Life
with David Bennett
David Bennett was once a brash young commercial diver and Chief Engineer of the Research Vessel Aloha. His harsh personal philosophy was “you cut your swath through life to survive.” But one night he was caught in a violent storm off the California coast where he drowned.
While technically “dead,” he met beings of light, relived his life, and peeked into his future, all resulting in a complete paradigm shift for him. Later in life, he discovered he had stage IV lung and bone cancer—so advanced that his spine collapsed. Miraculously, he survived once again. These brushes with death taught him even more about living, loving, and how to find purpose in his life.
David brings listeners right into the heart of the near-death experience NDE,) including his path changing life review, being surrounded by the love, the light, and meeting the Soul Family. Part lecture and part guide for achieving spiritual growth, this talk shows how to integrate the most traumatic of incidents into one’s spiritual path in order to live a more meaningful life.
David Bennett enjoys the retired life of a public speaker, author, energetic healer, and transformational life coach. He has had many appearances on radio and television, including on The Story of God with Morgan Freeman, Doctor Oz, Angels, Among Us, NBC National News, and PBS.
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