Natalie Sudman



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Application of Impossible T...

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“My joy need not be destroyed by a self-absorbed colonel, a terminally ignorant administrator, the incessant cell phone chatter of a self-important suit on the airplane, or losing sight in one eye. My joy is destroyed by believing that they can affect my joy, thereby making it so.”
Natalie Sudman, Application of Impossible Things - My Near Death Experience in Iraq

“My choosing which injuries to retain and my being blown up by a roadside bomb in the first place are assumed to be valuable, useful, and good from the perspective of my expanded awareness states. The experience isn’t a punishment for actions or thoughts that were bad or evil and isn’t bad luck or a mistake. My injuries are not reflections of some construct of original (or even mildly quirky) sin. From the expanded perspective of my Whole Self, the event and aftermath are experiences that I chose for various reasons with amusement and a sense of joy and excitement for this novel experience. That I’m not always as thrilled about the results from within the physical perspective as I was when I dreamed up this adventure often strikes me as amusing even within occasional frustration or discomfort. (In the meantime, getting blown up is a great source for jokes…)”
Natalie Sudman, Application of Impossible Things - My Near Death Experience in Iraq

“Since I was a child, I’ve had precognitive dreams and waking “visions.” Ever since I can remember, I’ve been acutely aware of the energy of buildings and old battlefields and have often seen and interacted with spirits. I’ve had out-of-body experiences, given accurate psychic readings for friends and strangers, and journeyed through worlds and dimensions as shamans do. As”
Natalie Sudman, Application of Impossible Things - My Near Death Experience in Iraq



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