Welcome to the Official Death Is But A Dream film blog!

Thanks for stopping by! Along with staying up to date with what’s going on with the film production, we hope to be a great resource  for people to share their own experiences with End of Life Dreams and Visions. If you have a story to share please send it to: deathisbutadreamfilm@gmail.com

We will post behind-the-scenes of our production and additional information about the research team and their studies. Don’t forget to stop by the RESOURCES page for a link to the TEDx Talk along with a list of great reading recommendations.

11 thoughts on “Welcome to the Official Death Is But A Dream film blog!

  • Reply Beverly OMara October 4, 2016 at 3:57 pm

    I had an experience at age 8 when I was literally knocked from my body and hovered above watching everything that was going on , including seeing myself being carried by the woman who’s car I slammed into with my bicycle. I remember the second my soul entered or was slammed back into my body. I am now 60.

  • Reply Sue Hannibal October 6, 2016 at 11:02 am

    Maybe this film will bring more skeptical people to the realization that as Einstein stated, energy cannot be destroyed, it can only change form. Our essence, our spiritual self cannot die, it changes form and lives on, sometimes to communicate with us in surprising ways.

  • Reply Laura Crepeau October 6, 2016 at 2:30 pm

    My husband’s oldest brother was dying of cancer at his home, 6 hours away from ours. We went down every weekend for the last four weeks of his life. During the last of those four trips, within days of W’s death, my husband and two younger men were in the bedroom when W suddenly sat straight up, extended both arms forward, and joyfully exclaimed, “Mommy!” He appeared to be listening for a while, then relaxed back onto the bed, still smiling. He died within a week, at age 73.

  • Reply Benita Mirsky October 8, 2016 at 5:09 pm

    I am an RN and worked as a Hospice case manager for 14 years. I have been told many wonderful stories. Many like the ones you speak of.

  • Reply Justin Smith October 9, 2016 at 10:00 am

    About twenty years ago, I had an incredibly vivid out of body experience. I’m not aware of anything triggering it. The main characteristic was a feeling of extraordinary freedom and wakefulness (as if I’d been in a drugged stupor my whole life and just then came out of it). I floated around the room and through the walls. Then it ended. I’ve never been able to reproduce the experience…

  • Reply Sherry Hayes October 10, 2016 at 8:14 pm

    I had an NDE after delivering my last child by caesarean section in 1977. This happened to me before I had EVER heard of such a thing. But it was miraculous and changed my whole spirituality. I ABSOLUTELY know we don’t “end”. The biggest thing I learned during the experience, before choosing to come back to my new baby & children is LOVE IS ALL THAT MATTERS.

  • Reply Celeste Telles October 11, 2016 at 8:37 pm

    My Mother started saying that her Mother was waiting for her and that there was a car with her there to pick her up. She also said there was this huge metal gate and that there were people behind that gate. I asked what they looked like and she said it was all shadows of people behind the gate. She asked if I culs see it. She started saying those things about a week to days before she passed away.

  • Reply Judy October 14, 2016 at 7:46 pm

    My sister passed away February 14 of this year. She woke up one afternoon and said to me that Love is on the other side, she had the most beautiful smile on her face and it radiated everywhere. Another thing she said was : “people don’t understand about death …..it’s like Christmas “

  • Reply Laura M October 22, 2016 at 6:39 am

    My dad passed away 10 years ago. Several days before he died, he said he felt there was someone sitting beside him in the room, and then on the day before he died he said he was ‘waiting for permission’.

  • Reply Kathy Cawthon October 26, 2016 at 9:57 am

    My mother died last March. The evening before she died, she kept saying, “Buddy! Come get Barbara!” Barbara was my mother’s best friend, and was living in a nursing home at the time; Barbara’s husband Buddy had died several years ago. My mother died the next morning, and several hours later, I learned that Barbara had died that morning, too. // When I was giving birth 38 years ago, I was given a medication (that I’ve since learned is no longer used) and the doctor used high forceps (which I understand are also not used anymore except on rare occasions) and felt myself leaving my body. I even said, “Good-bye.” I was in a corner of the ceiling, on my way out of the hospital. I could see the sky through the walls, and the pull to “go” was strong. I looked back at my body and saw nurses and a doctor working to bring me back, but the most important thing I saw was my son being delivered and knew I HAD to go back. My son needed me. I was instantly back in my body. One nurse confirmed the next day that “We thought we’d lost you.”

  • Reply reenie gurr July 10, 2017 at 9:57 am

    I have seen this a few times while doing hospice. The most recent was a very dear friend who died last Sept. Her and her husband had been married 61 yrs. Don got cancer and was in hospital and Pearl was diagnosed at the time Don was in hospice. Don died never knowing that Pearl was also in the cancer wing. She did get home for about 3 wks. and ended back in hospital as palliative. The afternoon prior to her death, she sat up and yelled at Don and reached out her hand and said…”Jesus Don, I’m coming as fast as I can” She died 12 hrs. later at 4:30 a.m. Oh, how I miss those two. She died within 2 mths. of her husband.

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