Mary Hill was spiritual as a teenager and fascinated with the concept of death and dying. She read many books on the subject, but still had fear about her own death.
She shares her unique and spiritual experiences as a Registered Nurse and Hospice Case Manager. A close relationship with each patient showed her the divine grace that accompanied the dying process as she assisted them to transition to the afterlife. Several of her patients kept their promise to appear to her after they passed. This was evidence that life, or consciousness, continued after our physical body was dropped.
Mary describes her journey watching her mother’s decline over the years and experienced the family dynamics that she knew so well. Her mother appeared with messages of love and life lessons for facing many of her fears after her transition.
More hospice stories occurred as she continued as a per diem nurse and performed Reiki and Shamanic healing work. Mary shares her views and personal experience on the controversial subject of medical cannabis in treating pain and anxiety. Further discussion continues with her thoughts about Alternative Medicine versus Western Medicine.