May 16, 2019
Can you imagine being dragged under a train and living to tell
In 2006, David Ditchfield had a freak accident in which he was dragged under a speeding train.
As the surgeons fought to save him, he had a profound near-death
experience (NDE) and journeyed to what he believes was the
When he woke up in hospital, he had acquired astonishing new abilities where he could produce fine art paintings and composing classical music.
This is all the more astonishing as David had never received any training in classical music and never composed such music before his NDE.
In fact, to this day, he cannot read or write a single note of musical notation. His debut symphony, The Divine Light, was inspired by his NDE and was premiered at a sell-out concert.
Additionally, Dave has completed more than thirty paintings and a number of commissioned artworks. He lives, paints and composes in a converted riverside mill near Cambridge, UK.
After hearing near death experiences from many other guests, this is a fascinating exploration deeper into this topic.
David’s life before and after his NDE
What it’s really like to stare death in the face
Channeling art and music - what does that look like?
You can hear more of David’s story at the Second Annual Online Near-Death Experience Conference. Speakers in this picture include Paul Perry, Dr. Tony Cicoria, Kimberly Clark Sharp, Dr. Eben Alexander, Karen Newell, David Ditchfield, Nancy Rynes, Dr. Raymond Moody, Dr. Jeffrey Long, John Burke, Lisa Smartt, Howard Storm, and Lesley Lupo. When you join this online summit, you can get access to over 11 hours of video interviews with world renowned researchers, and you have the chance to ask your individual questions of these speakers.
Here is a link to sign up for conference
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