Raychul, who goes by the handle @rayraydemp, posted a series of videos in which she described what she experienced when she was clinically dead for seven minutes.
Rather unsettlingly, she recalls voices relaying ‘what it means to be a good person’, and how time appeared to go on forever.
The TikToker opened up about overdosing while in college, saying: “I basically died for about seven minutes total but it felt like forever.”
When she first died, Raychul said she was ‘in an open field that had a giant tree in the middle with water in the front’.
She added: “There was no sense of space or relative to your size to your environment. It was gargantuan is an understatement.
“It was also endless, there was no horizon that you could really see to give you a space of how big this place was.
“All at once you heard a million voices all talking at the same time relaying information to you on what it means to be a good person, your interaction with other people and how it affects a multitude of individuals.”
In part two of her story, Raychul said that as soon as she was in this beautiful space she was then taken to what she could only describe as a ‘black pit’.
“The black pit was so scary and I still have nightmares about it if I can be honest,” she said.
“There’s hundreds of thousands of millions of people all in this space. We can see each other but we can’t talk to each other, you can’t really understand what anyone is saying.
“You just hear people screaming out like names and asking for their mum or for help and you can’t really see them, you can’t feel them, they’re just there.”
At this point, she came to in a rehab facility, which brings her to the third and final part of the story.
While undergoing extensive therapy for two months, Raychul said her therapist helped her work through a lot of trauma that led her to that point in her life.
When she started to explain her NDE, the therapist asked for permission to record and document the conversation.
Raychul explained: “I went through my entire experience with her from start to finish leading to that point.
“She took vigorous notes and asked me to describe where I had been. When I explained to her what was happening, when we were all done she looked at me and said, ‘This binder is full of near-death experiences and they’re all almost exactly like what you just described.’
“One folder contained 3,000 near-death experiences.”
Gulp. Unfortunately there’s not a lot we can do with this information, although the TikToker did go into a bit more detail about the voices saying what it means to be a good person: “When you go out to purposely hurt people. We’re all connected & you can change so many lives on one interaction.”
She also offered her view on the commenters who suggested she may have been in limbo, writing: “I don’t think it’s a waiting room. I honestly believe it’s a way to gather knowledge & change your soul.”
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