Oh Wow, It’s Beautiful! Understanding Deathbed Visions
People have asked, “What was happening when my loved one was pointing to or conversing with someone I couldn’t see shortly before his death?" This is what I discovered in my investigation.
It’s common that dying people are welcomed by their loved ones in spirit days, hours, or even minutes before their death. These experiences are known as deathbed visions or pre-death visions. I actually prefer the term “pre-death visions,” but I typically use “deathbed visions” because it’s the more commonly used term.
Deathbed visions are when loved ones in spirit visit a dying person shortly before their death in order to welcome them back to the spirit world. In this way, the dying are greeted by deceased family members and friends (even pets) to prepare them for their forthcoming transition from human to spirit and thereby ease any fears or anxiety they might have about death.
In most deathbed visions, the dying person will see or hear (often both) their deceased loved ones on the other side. Some describe this experience as their loved ones letting them know that they won’t be alone when the time comes to make the transition.
Sometimes all that’s said by the dying person is one word. Here’s a tender example from an interview I did with Dr. Lani Leary on Afterlife TV. She was with her father when he died. This is what she told me.