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July 30, 2019

Natalie Sudman- The Application of Impossible Things- Near Death Experiencer- Ep. 12


Wow. I am so excited about this episode. Natalie Sudman had an NDE in Iraq in 2007. She died when her vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb. Natalie immediately found herself in another "environment" as she describes it. In total, she experienced three distinct environments and each taught her her valuable lessons about who we are and why we are here.  

Her book The Application of Impossible Things is one of hundreds of NDEs I have read and dozens of books about Near Death Experiences. I have read it three or four times over the course of three years. Each time I get more depth from it.  

I've wanted to have a conversation with Natalie for a long time. It was as great as I thought it would be. Listen to the interview, then get the book!     

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Natalie Sudman

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Wow. I am so excited about this episode. Natalie Sudman had an NDE in Iraq in 2007. She died when
her vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb. Natalie immediately found herself in another "environment" as she describes it. In total, she experienced three distinct environments and each taught her her valuable lessons about who we are and why we are here.

Her book The Application of Impossible Things is one of hundreds of NDEs I have read and dozens of books about Near Death Experiences. I have read it three or four times over the course of three years. Each time I get more depth from it.

I've wanted to have a conversation with Natalie for a long time. It was as great as I thought it would be. Listen to the interview, then get the book!