Excerpt #10 – Volcanoes, Butterflies & Jesus – Shelley Zwingli

(continued from Excerpt #9)

Lessons Learned

I’m feeling that I have just had another lesson taught to me, one that I needed to witness. I belong to the loving Creator and I know that I’m on the right side of life, the good side. Before my NDE experience I really didn’t think that hell could exist. I now know differently. Though 99.9 percent of this entire experience has been good and has come from the heavenly realm, the other .1 percent has been a definite eye opener. Don’t be foolish–hell does exist for those who refuse to accept Gods existence, and who mortally sin and don’t turn to our loving Maker for absolution. I will never question the reality of hell again.

I have always stood firm in a belief that you reap what you sow.


I know that I have lived a life with a sound and faithful conscience. In the past 24 hours I have been shown both sides of our spiritual reality. Through this awakening I’m learning to trust more of the scriptures written in the Bible. Mankind wants to always paint a pretty picture and leave the dirty parts out. We must not be tricked by only seeing rainbows; the storm has first come into our lives so that we can appreciate the calm when it arrives. You can’t have one without the other. Good and bad, white and black, storm and calm, they are necessary to hold this world in balance.

I now realize that when I think that I might be going crazy, it’s the black energy suggesting it. I know I’m not losing my grip on reality. Every prayer I pray has been answered in a loving and caring fashion. God is on this road with me; right by my side. I will keep praying that I make it through this journey still breathing. I know there is no altering the Divine’s plan for me. I need to surrender my desire to control my destiny and allow God’s will to be done. Trusting to this degree is challenging. My human ego wants me to stay here on Earth and my soul wants me to trust the one who created me. I need to surrender totally. This is easy to say but not so easy to do.

5:50 AM – April 4, 2013

The stillness of the house is broken by the sound of Trent’s alarm clock. Within minutes the floor above me starts to creak underneath his feet. Another day on the farm is underway; I feel my body requesting a fresh cup of coffee. This is a good sign. My appetite is slowly returning to normal. Trent greets me with a kiss on the cheek and suggests I try and relax and catch up on some sleep. He’s very much aware of the fact that I didn’t sleep one iota last night. I explain to him that I have been trying to do just that but all of my senses are on overload. I can’t seem to shut them off. I also explain to him that the visions I was having throughout the night have not stopped yet. Every time I close my eyes I’m shown another vision. I ask him to please keep praying for me throughout the day. I’m still uncertain of my future. Trent leaves the house and heads out to the grain cleaning plant. Once he gets the plant fired up he heads into town for his morning coffee ritual. He loves coffee with his farming buddies. First thing in the morning, Monday thru Friday, you will find Trent at the local coffee shop. It’s the best way for him to start his day.

(Continued in Excerpt #11)

Ask, Listen and be Watchful,

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