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Texas Rodeo Cowgirl Visits The Afterlife During A Near Death Experience

MARVEENA MEEK: “In this conversation, MarVeena Meek shares the details of her near death experience after her horse fell on top of her during a rodeo. Learn how MarVeena left her body, looked at herself from afar, and traveled into the spirit world. A near death experience is when a person dies for a few seconds or minutes, leaves their body, often goes to the afterlife (spirit world), and then returns to their body.” ~ Bob Olson, Afterlife TV

MarVeena Meek is a psychic medium from Dallas, Texas. After a near death experience opened the area of her brain that allows people to see beyond the physical dimension, she was able to see and hear spirits. Since becoming a medium, MarVeena has helped many people around the country (and world) contact deceased loved ones in spirit and has helped people realize and develop their own natural psychic talents and spiritual growth. Visit MarVeena’s website at

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MarVeena Meek Texas Rodeo Cowgirl Visits the Afterlife During a Near Death Experience

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Hi everybody. This is Bob Olson with Afterlife TV. You can find us on where we search for evidence of life after death. Today is a perfect example of that. I’m here with MarVeena Meek. She has had a near death experience. I love talking about near death experiences. To me it’s one of the most compelling pieces of evidence of life after death that we can find out there.

A lot of people have had near death experiences where they die for a few seconds to a few minutes, and then leave their bodies, go into the spirit world one way or another, and then come back into their lives. Every single experience is a little bit different, and I heard about MarVeena’s, and it’s absolutely fascinating.

Welcome MarVeena. Thank you so much for sharing your experience with us.

MarVeena Meek: Good morning. Thank you for having me on your show.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: And you’re out there in Texas. You say it’s very cold today. It’s in the 60’s?

MarVeena Meek: It’s freezing.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: I’m from Maine so that doesn’t make any sense to me, but that’s okay. I would love to be in the 60’s right now.

MarVeena Meek: 85 is good for me.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: You have a fascinating story because, first of all, not just the near death experience but the fact that you were a rodeo cowgirl. I mean, that’s just fascinating to me. Tell us a little bit about what it means to be a trick rider and a trick roper.

MarVeena Meek: Well I always have had a passion for horses since I was a little girl. All I wanted to do was ride my horses and do fun things with them. I started trick riding and trick roping when I was a teenager. I was a barrel racer. I rode calves. I even rode bucking horses for a short time. That was another almost a mini near death experience. You know, have you heard people say that I got hit so hard that I saw stars?

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Yeah.

MarVeena Meek: I know what that means. I always thought about it. I heard cowboys say, “Yeah, I landed on my head and I saw stars,” but that really happens.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: It does. It’s not just an expression. It’s the real thing.

MarVeena Meek: It is not an expression. So I used to rodeo. I was a rodeo queen. I was a trick rider. I was a trick roper. I was a barrel racer. So I just have this wild life. I’ve travelled all over the United States. I have performed in like 42 states and, you know, three or four countries in South America and Mexico.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: I didn’t even realize that you could do that sort of thing. Do you travel around with a group? Is that what you do? You travel around with a group or do you just find out where the rodeos are and you go there individually?

MarVeena Meek: You go individually and sometimes you might have someone that travels with you. But for the most part, you travel either by yourself or maybe with one or two other people. I was a contract entertainer so that means that rodeos would contact me to come and do my show: do my trick riding, do my trick roping show, and so that’s what I did. They would pay me to come.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: That’s fascinating; absolutely fascinating. I never met anybody, so this is cool. This is double cool for me today. Do you do any of that today anymore?

MarVeena Meek: I do. I still love to trick rope. I don’t trick ride still. When you trick ride, you really need to do that like all of the time just as a safety thing so that your mind is always on the different safety factors that need to be in place, and so your body is in good physical shape, and your horse in shape, and you’re in shape mentally too. So you either need to do it or not.

And I haven’t trick rode in probably ten years. I love to. Sometimes I get a yin to hit the rodeo arena and have the bright lights in your face. And you smell that arena and the dirt and everything, the cattle, and the horses. And it’s a blast. Trick riding is truly a blast, but it’s just one of those things you either need to do it or not do it. And I like sleeping in my own bed now.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Yeah, yeah, exactly. And safety is one of the reasons that you have to do it all of the time and that’s exactly what happened with you. Tell me how old were you when you had this near death experience?

MarVeena Meek: It was like four days before I turned 21.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Oh, okay, alright. And so what led up to it? I understand you were being rushed along. You were next. Tell me about that story about what led up to it.

MarVeena Meek: Well, I was at a little country rodeo and it was in the Ozark Mountains, and they staggered the entertainment in between the events, and so they were doing an event that’s called bull dodging. And bull dodging requires two guys on two horses and one steer. And they have a lot of guys in this particular event. So they probably had about 30 guys. And all of them go into the arena at once, and they kind of hover down at one end.

They run their cattle out and they do their run. And then they all come out at the same time. So the guys were all like filing out of the arena and the rodeo announcer was ready to get on with the show and so he called me in. And for trick riding you have to have your saddle really tight.

And when you pull your saddle tight you basically have about 10 or 15 minutes to do your whole ride, to get into the arena, do your show and get out of the arena before your horse just really stresses out and then passes out. So it’s like really tight so that your saddle doesn’t fall off while you’re sideways or upside down, which would be disastrous.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Yeah, yeah. And so did you not have the opportunity to really tighten up your saddle before you had to go out there?

MarVeena Meek: I did. The announcer called me and told me in a few minutes we’re going to be getting ready so I had my saddle pulled tight. So my horse and I are ready. We’re ready to rumble. And they’re playing our music and the announcer is, “From Dallas Texas, Miss MarVeena blah, blah, blah, blah, blah.”

And you know there’s a timing thing. And it’s like whenever they’re calling your name, you should be running into the arena with a big smile on your face, and I couldn’t because the dag gone bull dodgers were like bottle necking the alley and there were like all these horses, and I’m one, and I’m going against the grain.

And my horse is getting really agitated because he knew we needed to be there and there was a lot to get through. And a horses’ herd instinct takes over also. So they’re like here’s all my brothers and they’re going this way, and here’s this little thing on top of me wanting me to go that way, and he had a little bit of agitation there too.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Alright. So let’s get to the accident. So what actually happened? I know you fell off your horse. Tell us how that happened.

MarVeena Meek: Well I did not fall off my horse.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Oh my goodness. We don’t want to spread that rumor do we? No way.

MarVeena Meek: No, no, no. The horse flipped up. What he did is he reared up and he just took – he had a belly full. He was pitching a hissy fit, and he just reared up, and he was standing on his back legs, and he just fell over backwards on top of me.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Wow.

MarVeena Meek: And so I actually had time, but I couldn’t just bail off of him. I could have just slid off the back of him and re-grouped. But I’m a very stubborn individual and, you know, if I would have got off him then my costume would have gotten dirty. You wear these little rappelling shoes to trick ride in so that you can do the different things with the strap and stand on a horse because you can’t do that in cowboy boots.

And so I didn’t want my shoes to get dirty because then they would be slippery when I got back on him. So I was a bit stubborn. I said, “No,” I was trying to talk him into getting back down. And his 1,200 pounds – at the time I weighed 105 pounds. So what he did is he flipped over and he just threw himself backwards and a trick riding saddle – I don’t know if you’ve ever seen one, but it’s a very special built saddle.

The saddle horn is like six inches tall so that you can hold onto it with both hands. And it’s about the size of a 50 cent piece – the diameter, and so actually the saddle horn is probably what saved me – saved my life because the saddle horn hit the ground right beside my stomach and when the horse was on top of me, the saddle horn kept all of the weight of the horse from crushing me.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Amazing.

MarVeena Meek: It was amazing. I think it was a divine intervention. I think it really was a God thing that God said, “You know we want you here a little bit longer.”

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Right, exactly. I mean, certainly that could have gone right through you instead of saving you. You say it was right next to your stomach. So do you pass out immediately? What happens when you hit the ground and this horse lands on top of you?

MarVeena Meek: Immediately. I immediately was thrown out of the body, or pulled out of the body, or pulled out of awareness. I don’t know how to explain it. But it was like you disconnect from your body so fast. It was amazing to me because once the horse got up, and that’s where I actually got all my injuries was the horse rolled over and to the left and then my left leg was there. And so all of his body weight landed on my leg, and I broke my leg in a couple of places, and I broke a few ribs.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Oh my goodness.

MarVeena Meek: It was frightening.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: It’s horrible. And yet at the very few seconds that all of this is happening you’re actually out of your body.

MarVeena Meek: Right.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: So at this point you’re not feeling it yet, correct?

MarVeena Meek: Yep.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: So you’ve left your body. Do you actually see it? Can you see your body?

MarVeena Meek: Well that is a curious thing that you ask that. Yes. I remember looking down at me and that’s how quick you disassociate yourself from your soul essence and the vehicle of your body because I was looking down at me, and my left toe was like pointing at my left ear, and I was just like a wadded up mess. And I remember thinking to myself, I thought, “She looks a mess.”

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Yeah.

MarVeena Meek: And I said she. I didn’t say I.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Oh my goodness. That’s crazy. Just that message right there alone is so important because there are a lot of people who have lost loved ones as you know that are curious about whether their loved one suffered in the death. And we hear about – there are a lot of theories out there that people have left their bodies before the plane crashed, or before the accident, or whatever. And whether it’s before or instantaneously, or whatever it may be, it’s great to hear someone who actually died and left their body that it was instantaneous before you felt any pain. And then there you are again, looking at it, referring to yourself in the third person. What did you think about that gal that was there? What did you think about the body?

Now, first of all, the body is slightly mangled in this but I’ve heard a lot of people that they’ll look at their bodies and go, “I can’t believe,” they’re not – did you feel any affinity with it, any connection with it at all at that point?

MarVeena Meek: I was thinking C’est la vie baby. I’m out of here.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: You did?

MarVeena Meek: I did. I just thought, “Well she looks a mess,” and then I thought, “Okay, that’s that.”

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Totally disassociated from the life of MarVeena really at that point?

MarVeena Meek: I did.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Did you know who you were? Did you feel like MarVeena still?

MarVeena Meek: I did. I totally felt like MarVeena, but I had an expanded sense of knowing and an expanded sense of awareness, and I had a complete sense of calm.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Calm. Great. Again, I’ve heard this before; this peace of mind that overcomes you and yet at this point you’re all by yourself and so there’s no fear. You’re not feeling any sense of fear; any confusion?

MarVeena Meek: Nope.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: No confusion; just total calmness, looking at this mangled body, glad you’re not in there, I guess, right?

MarVeena Meek: Yes, I was.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: I mean you know at this point that that’s where you came from, right?

MarVeena Meek: Right. I knew that. I knew that I had parents, and I had family, and I had three boyfriends in different states I was leaving behind. I’m a cowgirl.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Yeah, that’s right. That’s great. I love that.

MarVeena Meek: I was single.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: So you knew those things. Do you feel connected to those people? What are you thinking? I know all of this happens very quickly, but in hindsight you’re sometimes amazed at how much you really were thinking – all the thoughts that were going through your head. What sense of connection with these loved ones did you have in that state?

MarVeena Meek: The people that I was worried about most were my parents. And I have a little bit of a glimmer of worry. But at the same time I had an intuitive understanding that they will be okay by and by, or that they will understand by and by. It’s my decision.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Ah, interesting.

MarVeena Meek: I did have a worry about them, but it was – I sort of processed all of that really fast, and I knew where I needed to go and what I needed to do intuitively. I just knew.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Alright. Well, let’s go there. So what happens? Obviously this is all happening very fast, right? Did it feel like it was in slow motion or did it just feel like normal?

MarVeena Meek: It didn’t feel like I was being rushed at all.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Okay. And so you’re finished looking at your body I take it.

MarVeena Meek: Hmm-hmm.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: At one point you’ve seen enough and it’s time to go.

MarVeena Meek: Very quickly.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: And you know where you’re going, right?

MarVeena Meek: I do.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: How do you know where you’re going?

MarVeena Meek: Intuitively. I think I just had an internal GPS system that just locked in, and I absolutely felt like I’ve been here, done this many times. I wasn’t even worried about it and just had a sense about the direction and what was next. And I was looking forward to it. I was excited about it.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: I love this because I’m a very practical guy, okay, and in my research of the afterlife, I know that there are a lot of people who believe in earth bound spirits because they’re lost, because they don’t know they’re dead, this sort of thing. I personally don’t believe in it, but one of the reasons why is when I hear stories like this. You knew where you were – it’s not like you were lost.

You just had an intuitive sense of where you were going. You know you’ve done it many times before. I love this. Like you said – just this internal GPS that was just going to get you back home – did it feel like home to you?

MarVeena Meek: It did. I felt like I was totally at peace. I totally felt immersed in it; a sense of well-being; a sense of love; even a sense of connectedness to the universe. Yeah, I was totally in my zone.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Okay. So tell me what happens from here because I’m curious. You’re still alone. You’re still not – there are no other beings around you at this point, right?

MarVeena Meek: Right. There wasn’t anyone around. I felt like I was drawn to move up and to my right as far as the direction and maybe just a little bit in front of myself. But up and to the right, and I just sort of turned my head and turned my attention that direction, and it seemed to be drifting or moving that way.

And I had a short little glimpse of maybe one or two spirits on my left hand side. And they sort of had this look about like, you know, watching me go past. And that was my impression. And I just sort of at the same time I heard one of them say, “Well, what’s she doing here?” And what I thought when they said that I had a thought of they’re not talking me out of it.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Ah, okay. So let’s stop there. So this is amazing. Do you know if these were deceased relatives or people you knew from past lives or any connection with these people? Obviously, they knew who you were.

MarVeena Meek: They weren’t relatives. I feel like they were my team. They were my inner circle of my spirit guides.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Alright. So they see you. It’s kind of hard to fathom how this can happen that you end up there and they wouldn’t know it was coming. That’s a little discomforting.

MarVeena Meek: I think they had to do some fancy footwork.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: So your first sense, though, after they say, “What’s she doing here,” is you want to argue to stay? Is that what it is?

MarVeena Meek: I remember I turned my head around to my left and I was like ready to put my little hands on my hips and like, “I’m not going back. Forget it.” And I was going to argue my case. I was very determined that they weren’t going to make me go back. And I don’t even know why I felt that way so quick. I mean this all happened very, very fast so I didn’t get a chance to argue.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Okay, you didn’t get a chance to argue. Well let’s get to that in a second. I’m curious about – first of all, let’s back up a little bit. Do you feel any sense of body; some kind of ethereal body? Did you recognize yourself as still having a body or were you just a ball of light?

MarVeena Meek: I totally felt a sense of being not – maybe not immersed in a physical body, but I felt alive. I totally felt brilliantly alive. And I felt a sense of me, you know, separateness. But I wasn’t the me that you’re looking at now. But I did feel a sense of individuality.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Okay, a sense of individuality. Still recognize yourself as MarVeena, but did you recognize yourself as other personalities from other lifetimes too?

MarVeena Meek: No, I didn’t. I didn’t have an awareness of any other lifetime.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Really fascinating and I love how you said you just sort of turned your focus one direction and that’s how you moved. So it really is – I hear so much about you really move around by thought and that’s the way it worked for you.

MarVeena Meek: For me, yes.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: No steering involved. When you got to this place where you actually saw the other beings, probably your spirit guides, and they see you in surprise. What is this place like? Is it bright light? How did you sense it?

MarVeena Meek: It wasn’t bright light to me. It was what I would sense as – what I called the void. And to me the void is just this velvety blackness, but at the same time it’s light too. So it wasn’t like golden light or blinding light. It was a velvety – like a room space but there was light within it. So that’s how I sensed it.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Wow. That’s kind of a contradiction there isn’t there; the light within the darkness?

MarVeena Meek: It is; the light within the dark.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: And yet not a fearful dark as so many humans think of that.

MarVeena Meek: Yeah. It was a velvety feeling like a – it’s hard to really put words to, but it was almost like you could almost hear music. It was like a crystalline sort of sound and it was infinite.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Interesting. Now I have heard that before this music that people can’t really describe. What would your description of that be further than what you’ve said? I mean is it in the background?

MarVeena Meek: It’s in the background. It’s sort of like someone hits a chime and then on the very end of the chime the notes where it goes on and on and on. It was very beautiful and it was like a tone.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: What a beautiful description. I love that. Really, geez, it’s just so interesting. It brings so many questions to mind. So you’re just about to argue your point. You don’t get the opportunity to. What happens from that point on?

MarVeena Meek: Well I think they started running some extreme damage control. They were busy. So I did not get to say one word on my behalf. I mean it was like I turned my head to the left and I was ready to put my foot down, “No, I want to stay. I’m already here. I want to stay.” And I didn’t get to.

What I think happened is they did an extreme damage control and just kind of like got me back in my body. I think all of the cords were not mapped out but it was enough that they could get me back in and then when I got back in the body, it was – I totally lost my sense of that well-being because you’re back in the body.

The body is really messed up so there were huge amounts of pain. There were all of these guys that were standing over me. One of them, bless his heart, he got my leg – he straightened my leg out. My leg was – my toe was like right up here by my head and it was really uncomfortable. And I know he probably wasn’t supposed to move it. I mean, you always hear don’t move them. Don’t touch them. I was very grateful that he moved my leg back in the proper place.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Oh really. Oh wow. That’s great.

MarVeena Meek: I was very grateful.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Lucky that guy came along and didn’t know or just didn’t follow directions. He was probably following his instincts I would imagine at that time. Alright, let me back up. So when you go back, you’re arguing, but all of a sudden is it just like flick of a switch like you wake up from anesthesia?

MarVeena Meek: Yes. It’s that fast

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: You’re back there again. Nobody’s saying, “See you later?”

MarVeena Meek: No. They didn’t give me a pep talk. They didn’t, “Oh MarVeena, remember this.”

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Nothing like that.

MarVeena Meek: No pep talk. No. I didn’t get to phone home.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: That’s too bad. You said something about the cords. Describe that. You were talking about cords. Is that what you were saying? Like not all the cords were broken. Explain that to me.

MarVeena Meek: We have these cords that sort of kind of tie us into our body. You know we have one to the heart, one to the solar plexus, and one that’s in the brain. And at the time of death it’s like the first one to go is like the solar plexus and it snaps. And when it snaps it’s like the body begins to – that’s when the body starts to cool off, and the live force energy is not moving through the physical, and then the heart beats out and snaps and then the brain.

Once all three of them are pulled out, it’s like all of our awareness is pulled out of the physical. There’s no more life force in your genes that’s within the physical body to rise it. So that’s whenever we have the sense of going through the tunnel. You’ve heard about that when you go through the tunnel. You see all of the images of your life, the things you’ve learned; the things that have really imprinted you.

When that particular little cord snaps, that’s whatever we get back. All of those – like images in videos – like when we import from our camera to our computer and you can go back and erasing. It was just like that.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Yeah. So you’re just assuming that at least one of those cords was still intact in order for you to be able to go back.

MarVeena Meek: Well I think they all were intact or I don’t think I would have been able to come back. But that was probably the pathway that my guides were able to get me back from there to here. I still had that connection with the body.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Yeah. How long were you out? Do you know?

MarVeena Meek: I wasn’t out very long.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Yeah.

MarVeena Meek: I probably wasn’t out over a minute or two.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Yeah. Did it feel much longer while you were having this out of body experience?

MarVeena Meek: It felt a long time.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: It did?

MarVeena Meek: Uh-huh.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: That’s neat. Alright, so now you’re back and all the pain is there – boom – just horrible. How long before you remembered this experience that you had because I imagine at that point you’re not remembering it instantly? Are you? Is it something that maybe like the next day or something after all of the pain, you know, you’re on medication or something you remember? How does that work?

MarVeena Meek: It was probably after the really good medication wore off.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Okay, alright.

MarVeena Meek: You know it probably was like a couple of weeks. I think I slept so much. For about a month I slept. I was in the hospital for about a month. And I slept as much as I could just to get away from the pain. But it was in the hospital while I was there.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Yeah, wow, so a long recovery time for you?

MarVeena Meek: Well it was six months before I could walk again.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Wow.

MarVeena Meek: Yes. I forgot how to walk. I would watch little kids walk across the floor and I’d be thinking, “How do they do that?”

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Really?

MarVeena Meek: I forgot. I forgot what it felt like to walk on my own.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Okay. So I understand you broke your legs. So did you also hit your head? Was there also neurologic damage? How does that happen?

MarVeena Meek: My head was slammed against the ground but the saddle sort of protected my whole body so I had a bit of a cushion there. So I didn’t have a head injury.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Do you have any sense of what it was that led you to have this sort of death experience? I mean you died for however long if even it was seconds.

MarVeena Meek: It was the slam to my tailbone to the back really that was the slam that shut me out because that was the area that most of the weight of the horse hit.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: So, okay, tell me about when it started to come back. Do you wonder if it’s a dream? How does that happen with you? Do you question it?

MarVeena Meek: Yes. You do wonder if it’s a dream. But I had a lot of time to think about it because I had nothing else to do.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Who was the first person you told about it?

MarVeena Meek: Well I didn’t tell anybody about it for a long time – long, long, long, long, long time.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Yeah, okay. And why was that? I mean, I think we know but…

MarVeena Meek: Well it was just so out of the box from where I was from. I mean I was a rodeo cowgirl. I was raised a Baptist and so those sorts of things just didn’t happen so much. It actually probably did but we didn’t talk about them. Rodeo is a very dangerous sport, and I’m sure that there are a lot of my friends, especially like bull riders and romp riders that have had the same sorts of experiences but nobody to talk to about it really either.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: At that age, had you ever heard of a near death experience before?

MarVeena Meek: I don’t even think so.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Yeah. So this is new. Did you feel very lonely with this knowledge of what you went through?

MarVeena Meek: No. I didn’t feel lonely. I felt a little bit like I had a cool secret.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Ah. Ah, that’s neat. And was the memory of it very vivid as if it had just happened? Even years later – even today is the memory of it very vivid like a real vivid dream?

MarVeena Meek: I think then it was more vivid than it is now.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Yeah. So it does dissipate over time?

MarVeena Meek: Yeah, a little bit.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: A little bit, yeah. How do you feel about it now? You look back at that experience and what benefits, what are the pros and even the cons of having an experience like that? What were they for you?

MarVeena Meek: Well it was one of the most remarkable, coolest, most spectacular things that ever happened to me. I don’t recommend it.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Yes. That’s right.

MarVeena Meek: It was painful. I don’t recommend it. There are easier ways. Meditation would be a better way to vision quest these spirits that are present. But I don’t know how to explain it. But it was one of the cooler life-changing moments.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Did it lead you to question – you talked about you were Baptist, you know, whatever the religion is, it doesn’t really matter. Did it cause you to question some of the things that you had learned through religion growing up?

MarVeena Meek: Yes, totally. It totally challenged my belief system that I was brought up in. And I really wasn’t what you would call like a practicing Baptist, but I was really imprinted that way and raised that way that it really challenged my ideas and my whole thought process about life after death.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Any last words you want to give to people about this experience or anything else?

MarVeena Meek: Well the only thing that I can say is that when you take time to meditate and create a relationship with your own team, your spirit guides, your angels, and especially your most holy guardian angel, that is something that can help you get a sense of who you truly are and what your soul’s path is really about without having to go to the extreme of having a life-death thing.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Yeah. Do you fear death now?

MarVeena Meek: No. I don’t fear death at all.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: No, no, alright. Well MarVeena, MarVeena Meek, your website is going to be listed below these videos but it’s Correct?

MarVeena Meek: Yes, that’s it.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Thank you so much. It’s been a pleasure chatting with you and hearing all about your story. It was really great.

MarVeena Meek: Well thank you, Bob. It was great to meet you.

Bob Olson, Afterlife TV: Same here. Thanks. Alright, bye-bye now.

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