The Healing Message of Near-Death Experiences

Janis Hunt Johnson
6 min readJul 31, 2023
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Time is an illusion.

Time isn’t absolute; time is a continuum, a fourth dimension, after the three dimensions of height, width, and depth. “The distinction between past, present, and future is an illusion, although a persistent one,” Einstein said.

What does this tell us about the possibilities for healing?

A “chronic problem” is one we have been experiencing for a long time. The word chronic comes from the Greek chronos, meaning “time.” If something is chronic, it is habitual; thus it becomes linked to the false concept of time, as if it’s permanent. Yet all it is, really, is just a long-held false view.

With this understanding, we can free ourselves from any disease, addiction, or problem — no matter how long we have been struggling with it. We can even call into question the validity of any so-called “hopeless,” “terminal,” or “incurable” condition.

A spiritual healing tradition.

Because Jesus (Rabbi Yeshua) had this spiritual understanding of reality, he healed lepers, the disabled, the mentally ill, and more — and he even raised the dead (see, for example, Matthew 8:1–4; Luke 13:11–13; Luke 8:26–39; and John 11:1–44). Jesus taught his followers how to do it, too. And the Apostles weren’t the only ones…



Janis Hunt Johnson

Author, 5 Smooth Stones: Our Power to Heal Without Medicine through the Science of Prayer. Transformational Editor. From Chicago to L.A., now in Pacific NW.