Woman Who Has 'Died Three Times' Explains What She Saw on Every Occasion | 22 Words

One TikToker has shared her incredible accounts of what she saw each time she died, and what she has to say will shock you.

Read on to watch the video for yourself...

Now, it's the phenomenon that's been pondered for centuries...

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Is there life after death?

Many strongly believe that when a person dies...

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That is simply it - life is over.

Of course, looking at it from a biological perspective...

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From the moment we die, any form of consciousness and life simply stops and leaves our bodies.

Seems simple enough, right?


Well, there's a vast majority of people out there who believe that there's so much more out there beyond death.

For instance...

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A few years ago, a woman named Emi temporarily died during complications in surgery. While her heart only stopped beating for a matter of moments, she insisted that she felt like she had spent "a lifetime" in what she believed was the afterlife.

According to local media, she believed the afterlife consisted of flying through the universe and gaining an understanding of how everything in the cosmos is connected.

And there are many who believe in the spiritual world...


With people feeling a connection with "dead souls" and who feel they can communicate with those who have passed away.

But sadly, none of these theories have scientific proof.

Which is what results in people often shrugging them off and not taking them seriously.

Well, one TikToker has revealed what she has experienced after she died 3 times!

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She revealed her experience in a video.

And it's got everyone talking...

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TikToker Rachel Boyle stiched a video in response to another user, who asked people "what happened while you were dead."

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Rachel explained she has a heart condition called SVT (Supraventricular tachycardia), and had died 3 times due to complications.

She said: "Oh my God, I've actually died three times. I used to have a heart condition called SVT - if you don't know what it is, just Google it."

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"[I had] a really rare case of it, so it was very hard for them to treat. There was this one time - I went into an SVT attack, I think my heart rate went up to, like, 230 beats a minute or something ridiculous."

"And obviously my body couldn't cope, I kept blacking out and as a result eventually my heart just stopped."

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"No word of a lie - I swear on my life this happened, right - it felt like I was literally bolted out of my body, couldn't see anything apart from just bright white light and myself, and it just felt really slow, like time was moving very, very slowly. Like I was going in slow motion towards the light, right?"

She continued: "And then all of a sudden, I could see myself, like this is me looking down on my body, and I was thinking, 'Wow, this is f***ing nuts.'"

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"I remember it so clearly. And I had a heart surgery and my heart stopped in that as well, and the exact same thing happened - but it's a really weird, nice feeling, and it made me feel a bit better about dying, not gonna lie."

Another TikTok user asked in the comments what her family thought of her experience...

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In another video, Rachel responded: "Everybody thought I was absolutely nuts, f***ing crazy."

She said people told her it was the drugs or the "lack of oxygen" that caused it.

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"I've had it all," she said.

"But I've had this exact experience three times - one being on the operating table when my heart completely stopped again.

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"So when I was on the operating table, it felt like my soul completely jumped out of my physical body."

"I could see myself from a bird's eye point of view, I was literally directly above my body.

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"I could see it on the operating table, and there was nothing around, you couldn't see any of the equipment that was there, none of the surgeons, it was just my body lying on this table."

Rachel added that her experience was "really peaceful" and "magical."

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