Sharon Stone has opened up about her brush with death to Closer Mag.
15 years ago, Stone lived in San Francisco with then-husband Phil Bronstein where she suffered an intense haemorrhage to hear head. According to the mag, “Stone, believed the haemorrhage was actually a stroke.”
The 58-year-old admitted that she waited three days before going to the hospital, but she claims she reunited with friends from beyond the grave.
“I started to see and be met by some of my friends … people who were very, very dear to me [who had died]. I had a real journey with this that took me to places both here and beyond,” Stone explained.
“But it was very fast — whoosh! Suddenly, I was back. I was back in my body,” she continued.
Despite her health scare, Stone has since recovered, spending two years learning to walk and talk again. The Basic Instinct actress believes her experience has made her a stronger person.
“I get not to be afraid of dying and I get to tell other people that it’s a fabulous thing and death is a gift,” she told the mag. “When death becomes you, as it will, it’s a glorious beautiful thing. I had an incredible sense of well-being and a sense that it’s just so near. Death — it’s very near and very safe. It’s not a far away or scary thing.”
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