You don’t need to be dead to see your future clearly…but sometimes it helps.
When a simple day procedure turns into a battle for survival, Sheryl Wright, an indigenous Faith Keeper, finds herself lost in a world between this life and the next. While her spirit wanders from location to location, looking for clues to find her way, her body battles sepsis and other compounding post-surgical complications. She admits, at the time she didn’t understand the significance of her many visions but looking back, she can find a correlation between her experience and the minds eagerness to help explain what can’t be explained.
In Wright’s Near-Death Experience, she meets other spirits in transition and speaks at length with friends and mentors both living and dead. Happenings in the real world, overheard by her subconscious mind are interwoven with memories both crazy and inconceivable. From fights to the stars, to a private staging of Thompson Highway plays, in an airport infirmary no less, she receives insights on work, love, and the meaning of life. If you thought you had a firm handle on big questions like God and the afterlife, prepare to have your views turned upside-down. With a mix of indigenous teaching, experiences from her days in the Military, to her wild take on pop culture and some of our most beloved characters, she delights with a view of life we rarely see. Her visions combine to deliver a refreshing look at life, the pursuit of happiness, not to mention, our place on this diverse planet to the actual fabric of space.
Prepare to be delighted, engaged, and sometimes, just sometimes challenged to examine your own knowledge and beliefs.
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