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Immediately after the impact from falling forward onto the metal grating I felt myself floating up out of my body and hovering above my body and all the people who were watching it and who seemed paralyzed by shock and horror at what had happened I think they pretty much assumed that I was dead I remember looking down and seeing my body three-dimensionally for the first time And it was such a shock because we never see ourselves except in a one-dimensional mirror reflection or a photograph But I felt no pain at all I felt completely whole and free and I thought This is who I really am I saw my physical body all crumpled and bloody and lifeless and this enormous wave of compassion washed over me and I wanted to tell all of the bystanders that everything was going to be OK and not to be sad or alarmed Then suddenly I felt myself being pulled literally at the speed of light farther from the physical earth and I saw all of the people on the planet simultaneously in that one moment I saw people in China and Sweden and Uruguay I saw people sleeping and dreaming I saw people preparing food in their homes and in restaurants people traveling in all manner of transportation to and from work and school and appointments I saw children playing together and bankers and teachers and factory workers at their jobs I saw mothers giving birth to children which was especially beautiful and moving to me I saw people in hospitals and prisons mental institutions and nursing homes and orphanages who felt desperately alone and abandoned and afraid And I saw people painting pictures and planting gardens writing stories and composing music and people dancing I saw people praying in mosques and temples synagogues and churches and people individually expressing their own silent prayers I saw indigenous tribes in all
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