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The International Association for Near-Death Studies presents NDE RADIO, a weekly exploration of near-death experiences and similar encounters with the other side, hosted by LEE WITTING.

The International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS), the world’s pioneer organization in exploring what happens when the soul leaves the body, is now expanding it’s educational efforts through broadcasting with NDE RADIO.

Host LEE WITTING is himself a near-death experiencer with a doctor of ministry degree in NDE studies. NDE RADIO airs live every Monday at 11:00 AM Eastern here on TalkZone.

The show features first-hand stories of near-death and out-of-body experiences, interviews with guests who have experienced the other side, and with researchers of the NDE and other “mystical” phenomena. Shows will offer the chance for audience call-ins, and each show will be archived for listening at any time.

For further information about the work of IANDS, its remarkable history, publications, outreach activities, local chapters, conventions and the like, we invite you to check out our website at IANDS.ORG.

Recent Episodes
October 15, 2018
Changed in a Flash: Jeffrey Kripal
Elizabeth Krohn’s life was changed forever after a near-death experience. Our guest Jeff Kripal, a noted scholar of religion, says her story offers us vital clues to a deeper understanding of ourselves and our world. Together, they have written a first-of-its-kind book that will challenge both skeptics and literalists called CHANGED IN A FLASH: ONE WOMAN’S NEAR-DEATH EXPERIENCE AND WHY A SCHOLAR THINKS IT EMPOWERS US ALL

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October 08, 2018
Changed in a Flash: Elizabeth Krohn
When Elizabeth Krohn headed to her Houston synagogue to attend a memorial service for her beloved grandfather, she couldn’t have known that her life would be changed forever. As she drove the pleasant weather gave way to a downpour and fierce thunder and lightning soon followed. She arrived at the synagogue and, with her young son in tow, started to make her way from the car to the building. It was then that she was struck by lightning. Elizabeth saw herself lying on the asphalt as she floated up to what she describes as a garden electrified with vivid, unearthly colors and infused with a sense of unconditional kindness and love. She felt herself communing with a spiritual being, while her sense of time was upended. She was given the choice of returning to her earthly life or remaining in the otherworldly paradise. When she was told that if she went back she would have a third child—a girl who had already selected her and her husband as parents—she rejoined her body and the temporal world. Then it got even stranger. After the lightning strike her life was changed forever. She began to have dreams about future events, developed synesthesia, started seeing auras, and sometimes had a sense of inanimate objects radiating a life force. Oh, and she also gave birth to a daughter. In CHANGED IN A FLASH: ONE WOMAN’S NEAR-DEATH EXPERIENCE AND WHY A SCHOLAR THINKS IT EMPOWERS US ALL (North Atlantic Books, October 2018, hardcover) Elizabeth recounts her wondrous and unsettling story.
October 01, 2018
Know Death Well
Nathalie Millar is a sister, wife, mother and friend. At the age of 17, and again when she was 30, Nathalie crossed over from this life into the afterlife where she was “told” it was not her time and was returned to this life with the message, "know death well". Motivated by these experiences, Nathalie embarked on 36 years of self-study, including conversations with souls before, during and after their death and acting as an empath for the recently deceased whose communications manifest themselves in the fibre art that Nathalie creates and has presented to organizations such as the International Association for Near Death Studies (IANDS). Currently she is the Grief and Bereavement Coordinator for the Mission Hospice Society, is a certified Death Doula, and cofacilitates afterlife conversations groups.
September 24, 2018
The Ox Herding Lesson
Today’s show is somewhat different, although it speaks to the universality of mystical experience. It’s based on a famous Buddhist meditation known as the ox-herding lessons, where an untrained ox is a metaphor for the untrained mind, and the training is analogous for the pursuit of enlightenment. The story is known to have emerged from 11th Century China, and was created in drawings and verse for each step of the way. At some point, it’s said, the original verses were lost, but the drawings were preserved. The tradition has morphed to other animals, including the training of elephants. The original had five stages of development, although later versions doubled the number of steps toward discipling the mind, and then rejoining the world.
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