I died for 27 minutes but it wasn’t scary – I was blown away by what I saw
A WOMAN who died for 27 minutes has spoken openly about her experience and said she was not afraid of what she saw.
Tina Hines went into cardiac arrest in February 2018 after falling in her driveway.
She was unresponsive and to save her life her husband Brian tried to revive her.
Her distressed partner performed CPR and managed to resuscitate his wife twice.
But on the way to the hospital, Tina was resuscitated several times by paramedics and died a total of 27 minutes.
At the hospital, doctors put her in a defibrillator a sixth time – which brought her back to life.
While Tina was struggling physically, she wasn’t scared and said that what she had experienced blew her mind.
“Incredible stillness and peacefulness from what I experienced was Jesus standing there with his arms wide open,” she said.
“And right behind Jesus was this incredible glow,” she told Christian Broadcasting.
Coming out of an induced coma, Tina, from Arizona, USA, scribbled a note that read “it’s real” and nodded to the sky.
“It was so real, the colors were so vivid,” she said.
Medical professionals were baffled by her case, having originally told her husband Brian that she could be suffering from brain injuries.
But just a day later, her vital signs were “back to normal.”
A near-death experience (NDE) is classified as a life-altering experience that can occur in extreme conditions where sensory experiences should not be possible, say University of Virginia medical professionals.
These conditions could include trauma, cessation of brain activity, deep general anesthesia or cardiac arrest, they said.
These experiences can vary from person to person, and in many cases, experts say, patients who have a near-death experience feel very comfortable and pain-free.
They might also feel out of body, with some being able to see their physical body as they hover over it.
Others may find their minds functioning more clearly and faster than usual.
NDEs are classified as a rarity, but one woman recently revealed she had spent five years in heaven when she died for 14 minutes in 2001.
dr Lynda Cramer said when paramedics rushed to rescue her, she felt like she was in another world.
After resuscitation, she recalled “being in heaven” – for what felt like five years – where she said she saw a mountain range 30,000 times higher than Mount Everest.
Meanwhile, others have claimed they have visited Hell, including a man named Bill Wiese.
In 1998, he died for 23 minutes, claiming he was “pulled into the depths of Hell” where he saw a “pit with burning bodies.”
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