Woman who was clinically dead for 40 minutes shares her experiences after waking up. She realized actually one never dies, just the body moves on.
Kirsty Bortoft, a mom of three, planned a cozy night with her partner Stu. But things took a scary turn when Stu found her looking “lifeless” on the sofa hours later. Doctors managed to bring her back after 40 minutes, and during that time, Kirsty says she saw some strange things, like patterns on her skin and things happening around her. Now, she’s sharing what she experienced during those 40 minutes, and it’s got everyone curious.
Kirsty, from Scarborough, North Yorkshire, faced a big health challenge but somehow pulled through despite low chances of recovery. She went through a lot, with her heart stopping multiple times and even being in a medically induced coma, as reported by The Metro.
“The first night was really tough, and things didn’t look good. Stu was told to prepare for the worst, but he didn’t give up,” she said.
“At this point, only my close family knew what was happening. But my friend with psychic abilities got in touch with my sister and asked about me. She said my spirit was with her, asking her to make lists for my kids and dad. I felt like my body was breaking down, and I wasn’t sure I could come back, but my friend told me to go back,” Kirsty shared, recalling what happened while she was unconscious.
“Meanwhile, in the hospital, my family was being told to get ready for the worst,” she added.
When Kirsty woke up from the coma, the first thing she asked for was Stu. Surprisingly, scans showed almost no damage to her heart or lungs, defying expectations just weeks after her close call.
“I remember, when I came back into my body, I knew exactly what to do to get better, like a download of information. I realized you don’t really die; your body moves on, but you keep going. And I felt like my purpose here wasn’t finished yet,” Kirsty told The Metro.
“I told the doctor I healed my lungs, and when he asked how, I shared my story. I left feeling happy and excited about my recovery.”