Kent Smith shared, “I live in the suburbs of Houston, TX and have worked in the aerospace industry for over 23 years. Besides being intimately involved with raising my three children, my passions in life have been outer space but even more so, inner space.”
Her triumph, “One of my challenges in life started at a young age when spontaneously having out-of-body experiences, which naturally conjured up fear of the unknown; I never heard anyone talk about this forty years ago and neither did I for fear of being ridiculed.
Throughout my life there has been a silent struggle or internal quest to understand these experiences since they were not defined, nor even mentioned, by our two main authorities of knowledge, both science and religion. Today, I understand these experiences to be a very natural part of life and I now have a passion to help others understand these many facets to who we really are on a spiritual level. I believe understanding the whole person, i.e., body, mind and soul, as human beings, we can enhance our experiences here on Earth and evolve into greater human beings.
Secondly, having been outside the body, the idea of death always piqued my attention. These experiences, and even more with the passing of my father in 1995, led me to believe this ordeal is more of a transition to another world and the supposed reality of death lessened. But it wasn’t until later when I experienced the sudden loss of someone with whom I was deeply in love, that I was forced to deal with the grief, pain, and trauma.
Furthermore, the paranormal experiences that followed set me on a course to truly try and understand life after death or the afterlife from not only a spiritual perspective, but also a scientific one with unique photographs of the other side.”
Kent discussed her journey’s impact, “I wouldn’t say I’ve been changed spiritually for, all my life, I’ve felt such a close connection to this omnipotent power many call God. However, the research I’ve accomplished, and the experiences on my own journey of life have elevated my understanding of the world at large, much greater than I would have ever imagined. It is now becoming a passion for me to help alleviate some of the despair and despondency that we are left with when losing a loved one.”