Sometimes you don’t pass out, you pass “up.”
That’s what Sharon Stone told Oprah about her near-death experience back in 2001 — and she’s sat down with Oprah again for an episode of Oprah’s Master Class, which will air this Sunday at 10/9C on OWN. The 56 year-old actress will discuss her acting career, her fight to survive a brain aneurysm and all of the valuable life lessons she’s learned along the way. her illustrious career, fighting to survive a brain aneurysm and the valuable lessons she’s learned along the way.
“I had that whole white light thing,” Sharon explained.
After having an MRI, she was unconscious “in the tube” and had a spiritual experience she’ll never forget. “It’s just a lot of white light, and you see people that have passed on, and they talk to you, and then you pop right back into your body and you’re awake, and I had an incredible sense of well-being, and a sense that death is just so near. It’s not a far away or scary thing. It’s safe, and it’s just right there.”
“It’s safe, and loving, an gentle, and okay,” she added. Check out the video to see the full story of Sharon’s near-death experience, plus Oprah’s reaction to it!
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