When is your time to die? Or, do you choose your Exit Point?

I Missed an Exit Point.

What would you do if you were told you just missed one of your predetermined exits from this lifetime? Sylvia Brown says we pick a few exit points for each lifetime.

I missed one the summer of 2012.

An angel intuitive told me that I was “saved by the scruff of my neck” a few times by my guardian angel, Daniel.

My first thought when she told me this was, “Hmmm. Well. I have not really done anything too crazy to put myself in that kind of danger. It probably is because you do not recognize the danger since nothing happened.”

The Olivine Pool walkway in Maui

The Olivine Pool walkway in Maui ~ the section near the edge.

The summer of 2012 brought the opportunity to take my kids to Hawaii with my parents and a few siblings. It was a nice time.

During a past life regression a few weeks ago, I visited the in between life state of Heaven. There, I am able to visit with my spirit guides. We often have friendly banter.

After one of my lifetimes, I re-experienced my death. Once I entered the light, my guardian angel, Daniel, greeted me. Daniel patted me on the back and said, “I could not save you this time.” In response, I asked, “At what time did you save me previously?” I thought I would be shown some previous happening in the past life I just re-experienced. That was not the case. I was shown the day in Hawaii that we visited the Olivine Pools (a hike off the main road to Hana, Maui).

Hiking boots were necessary to climb down to this somewhat hidden area formed by lava. As I walked over towards the naturally formed pools, I was close to the water’s edge. I did not think I was in any danger since the ocean water level was 15-20 feet below the edge. I watched several people walk before me across this same path without concern.

I walked this same path grasping my 3-year-old niece’s hand. Just then, a large wave hit us. It went up to at least my knees. I stood only a few feet from the ocean’s edge, but my feet felt firmly planted on the lava rocks.

My sister ran down towards me, frantically screaming, “Get out of there! Get out of there!” It was as though time stood still. Another large wave never hit this spot, but I was shaken enough to not feel comfortable the rest of the day. Something was unsettled in me. I never knew what. I ruined my favorite hiking boots (the same ones that traveled with me in Paris).

Daniel showed me that he held my feet and helped me stay steady through the wave. He showed me a vision of what could have happened. I could have been swept away, knocking my head on the rocks just below while drowning, then swept out into the Pacific Ocean. (Yes, it was a little unsettling.)

Here I am, still … living. I missed that exit point. It is so nice to feel so much unconditional love from my spirit guide.

Daniel intervened so I would not die. “You are healing, learning so much,” he said, “We did not want to stop that.” It brings tears to my eyes.

I thank him.

This interaction makes life something to really look forward to now. I know I have more to learn and experience in this life. I am looking forward to it all.

About Karen Kubicko

www.KarenKubicko.com I found my joy in studying and participating in past life regressions. Ask me any question on past life regression and I will blog the answer. By re-experiencing my own personal past lives, I’ve learned a great deal about myself on multiple levels. I have remembered nearly forty past lives. Through total immersion into each memory, I have released a variety of unfounded fears, explained relationships, alleviated health issues, reawakened psychic talents and explained my fondness of certain time periods and geographic locations. When you personally remember a past life, you can heal yourself of health issues and phobias. Do you have any unfounded fears or phobias in your life? Do you have a nagging health issue? Are these issues unfounded in your current lifetime? Think about it. In my book, Life Is Just Another Class – One Soul’s Journey Through Past Life Regression, I share some of these lifetimes with you, in hopes that I will inspire and excite you to take your own spiritual journey. It is available on Amazon and at Barnes & Noble. We experience several lives here on Earth to learn and to grow. I invite you to embrace this classroom we call Earth and get to know why you are truly here in this lifetime. xoxox Karen
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27 Responses to When is your time to die? Or, do you choose your Exit Point?

  1. This is comforting, Karen. I think I actually narrowly missed an exit point of mine a couple of weeks ago… as you say, time stands still!

    • Thank you for your kind words Tom. It is comforting and reassuring to know that our spirit guides are always helping and protecting us. I hope your near miss was not too scary.

  2. Wow~ I am glad your children still have you. I am glad we still have you.

    • Hello Sindy,
      Thank you! I am glad I am still here too. It would have been so hard on the kids, I hate to think of it.
      I would not have met you and so many other wonderful people had that happened.
      I am having too much fun with life now, I do not want to go.

  3. I thought that our day and hour of death was known before we were born, that you could not escape your day of death…

  4. fpdorchak says:

    I do believe we pick our time to go—consciously or unconsciously—but do not believe in Fate. You weren’t ready to go, IMMHO.

    • Thank you FP,
      I do not know if I consciously picked to avoid this exit point. It seems as though my guide knew I was not ready to go and helped me to stay. (Thank you Daniel)
      I do know I was vividly shown him holding me steady and then shown what would have happened had he not. I know I felt “off” the rest of that day and I often thought about why since then.
      In working through PL regression and being shown what happens once I walk through the light, I have seen my Akashic records. I have been shown many things. In one past lifetime I was told my death in that life was the second exit point. In another, I had only picked one exit point – the one in which I died. It seems to be based on lessons that I am learning at that time.
      Everything is based on choices… our free will.
      I have been shown that we choose our lifetime from many other choices. The slide show we watch to pick our life often becomes the déjà vu of our current experiences.
      I agree, I am not sure on fate … unless it was a part of the slide show we saw before coming here, then it is a possibility in that respect I suppose. But since we forget this life preview… it keeps life interesting for sure.

  5. I have always felt that perhaps there are a few exit points as well. Gwenniesgarden – I feel this in my heart, not because of any article I have read, or because of anything anyone has told us. I, to, feel like I had a time like that. I had a relationship that I feel was written in my life plan. I saw this because of the circumstances that put us together and because of the pull I felt toward this man. I HAD to be with him at this point in time even though I felt uneasy about it. I had my doubts the entire time, but I felt this urge to be with him. It was strange to say the least. I would plot my exit from the relationship and I even knew that if I left, I had to do it when he wasn’t there. It never seemed right to leave though, until that night. He had never physically hurt me until that night. He beat me up quite badly in the most strange of events. I don’t know how why it started or how. Something seemed to come over him. Maybe I never saw this look in his eye before; maybe it had been there all along; and maybe today he would tell you that he has no idea what came over him. But here he was beating me up and I was still thinking about staying there. (Weird and crazy, I know), but one of my guides or God or someone said to me, “Go!” in the most urgent of tones. I still don’t know if the voice was in my head or not, but it felt like someone had yelled it to me so loudly! And as I started running to my car, the boyfriend began chasing after me. I kept feeling like I had maybe five seconds of time to get in the car and lock my door. I have to tell you, I was right. I don’t know how I made it, but about a millisecond after I locked my door, he was trying to pull it open. The look on his face told me all I needed to know. He intended to kill me. He was FULL of rage. He threw rocks at the windshield, breaking it in several places as I was reversing out of the driveway. It was a strange moment. I still think of that man often, and I feel a little sad. Maybe in a past life we were wonderful lovers, because the pull I still feel toward him is powerful. But in this life, I felt like we came together so that I could begin to realize my powers (which surfaced when I was with him) and also so that I could get back on my intended path, which was NOT with him. Who knows, but I do KNOW that I could have died that night. I made a choice and changed that.

    • Hello Psychic Pharmacy Tech,
      Thank you for sharing your story of courage and faith. I admire you for your strength and determination to do something better with your life! I am so glad you are here today and have put that day behind you. I am relieved you listened to your intuition and left a bad situation. I hope that you continue to use this skill in all your future endeavors!
      with much love,

      • Most definitely! I do not wish it hadn’t happened as it opened my eyes to the possibilities, even though the minute I had them, I knew I had them all along! How crazy and unexpected yet expected life is! I am sure our guides and higher selves see the irony and humor in all this. It is the awakening that we are here for! What an awesome time to be!

      • Yes indeed Psychic Pharmacy Tech – it is an awesome time to be!

  6. cav12 says:

    This gave me goosebumps. Made me think about the times I’ve been saved. Thanks for sharing your story Karen.

  7. Really glad you are still with us! Please say more about the slide show, this is new to me and really intriguing.

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  9. Nik server says:

    There comes a time in life where you think you had enough ,and you look around to find that the world can be beautiful ,throu children eyes .

  10. Madia says:

    Thanks so much for your inspirational words! I translated your post into Finnish language and re-posted it in my blog with a link to your blog.

  11. kirsten phillips says:

    I too experienced a near death at the Olivine Pools on 10/25/2014. I was near a blow hole and was swept off my feet by charging waters that came out of nowhere. After the incident I was not able to observe anything that resembled what had just struck me. The water took me off my feet and I was frantically grasping for anything to ground me. The waters carried me what seemed to be 25 feet leaving me with cuts and scrapes near the cliffs edge. It was a terrifying experience for me and I immediately knew that I was lucky to be alive.

  12. Alisx Lisx says:

    I love this blog – it’s certainly very interesting indeed and makes me feel very curious of the supernatural. Anyhow, there is something I would like to ask. This may sound a little bit morbid but I was just wondering: Can one choose when they die? I get the feeling that this may not be possible, but I’m very curious about this and have been for a while. Is it possible that at any point in life an individual can make this specific choice, or will God/ our Creator (if there is one) not allow it? And would this choice lead to certain punishment in the afterlife? Once again, apologies for the oddity of the question.

    I’m very much looking forward to your reply,


    • Hello A,
      Thank you for your kind words. The thing about death is that it is not morbid. We never really die. This life is just a class. One of many. We have chosen this life and picked a few exit points from it. If we are learning and advancing or still have a lesson to learn (that we chose), we stay for more. So, essentially, we have chosen our time to go. We use our own free will to live this life. It is through our own free will that we do all we do in this life. The only punishment is what we inflict upon ourselves. We are the only ones that judge as we review our lives after we die. There is a God… plus we have angels and spirit guides that watch over us. Our passed over loved ones are near us as soon as we think of them. In a lifetime I remembered once, they were able to choose when to go (with no other means except for the shear will of the spirit separating from the body) … with loved ones all around.

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