Jim Owen went through a profound near-death experience, he was taken to a beautiful river setting, experiencing white light, meeting his angel guide, having his life reviewed, and was given instructions about his future life. Jim says common people can be called in to perform uncommon tasks. Wanting to return to that river seeking answers, Jim took a 7,000-mile motorcycle trip In search of a river, which so happens to be the title of his forthcoming book.

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  • Jim’s near-death experience – 2:19
  • The heart attack – 3:34
  • Attempting to stop it – 4:53
  • “I am dying, I am going to hell” – 5:56
  • Coming back to life – 8:30
  • An Angel guide – 10:20
  • A strange dream – 11:50
  • Dying four times – 12:57
  • Why God brought me back – 14:10
  • In the search for the river – 18:36
  • It existed in his mind – 19:47
  • Serving people in life – 20:20
  • Not fearing death anymore – 20:43
  • Don’t find joy in the material – 21:31
  • Learning about the spiritual world – 22:40
  • Yoga and meditation – 23:05
  • Using energy to heal – 23:57
  • The motorcycle world organization – 29:36
  • The burden carried by empaths – 31:42
  • Using Reiki on people – 34:43
  • Experiences with Reiki – 36:00
  • Sharing his near-death experience – 38:46
  • Lisa reads some cards for Jim – 40:12
  • Being a Minister of Love – 42:40
  • Get in touch with Jim Owen – 46:30
  • Lisa reads some cards about playfulness and delight – 47:10

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One Response to “Coming Back To Life And Searching The River With Jim Owen – Episode 66”

  1. Jenna

    I like how Jim Owen says God calls on common people to do uncommon things, that is such a great message. Some people have a path that involves doing things in life that end up benefiting a larger number of people than others, but we all do our part. I like how Jim keeps trying to find his purpose in life, and how he is continually discovering more a little bit at a time. I don’t think there is one universal purpose in life for all people, we all have different purposes, and it can continue to change throughout our lives.

    I like Jim’s NDE description of standing on a cliff and looking down on a beautiful river. Being out in nature can be a calming and peaceful experience and a good way to feel a connection to God. I love how Jim went on a quest to find the river in his vision, and then realized that the river in his vision was not a physical place he had visited, but instead was a metaphor for a peaceful and relaxing place he could go to at anytime in his own mind. We all have that ability to meditate and go to a peaceful place when life becomes stressful. I also like how Jim made peace with the idea of dying and how he says death is going to a different dimension to a place of peace and tranquility.

    Jim has a good point that it is important to be open to messages, and we never know how we will receive the messages. Many people are not skilled at listening and trying to understand and empathize with others. We benefit so much from actually listening to what other people are saying to us and trying to communicate to us, instead of just listening and waiting for our chance to respond to what was said.

    Jim does a good job explaining how his NDE changed how he has lived his life, and the effect it has had on his interests and priorities. I suspect one of the reasons people change after an NDE is because the experience helps people understand the reality of death better, and this realization of death leads them to focus more on what is truly important in their own lives. I like how Jim started to meditate more and realized that the specific differences between religions are not as significant as people think. In my opinion, the most important part of religion is the spiritual part, not the dogmatic part. I am glad Jim has reached the point where he feels comfortable talking about his experience, and I really enjoy Jim’s description of his spiritual journey.


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