Winds of Homecoming ~ How Intention Frees our Heart

Published on Jan 12, 2018

Tara Brach: Winds of Homecoming ~ 

2018/01/11

The Buddha taught that we live our lives on the tip of intention, it is the seed of our future. This talk explores the difference between “limbic” intentions driven by grasping or fear, and intentions that are the call of our awakening heart. You will learn how to identify and shift from a “limbic” to wise intention, and several different ways you can more readily and regularly access your deepest aspiration.

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Application of Impossible Things: A Near Death Experience in Iraq by Natalie Sudman (Author)

This is an amazing true story of a female civilian employee of the Army Corps of Engineers in Basrah and Nasiriyah, Iraq. She was riding in a truck with other men when a roadside bomb destroyed the vehicle. Her body was so severely damaged that there was no possible way she could live. She vividly recounts her Near Death Experience when she went out of the body to the spirit world. There it was decided that her work on Earth was not done and with the help of spirit guides, they repaired the body so she could reenter it. She retained the conscious memory of what happened and during the time in the hospital, more details returned. This is the amazing story of a survival in wartime conditions. This has happened to many others in Iraq, but how many remember the spirit side of the experience?

Before this experience, Sudman was dubious about anything that smacked of the paranormal. This experience made her a believer. She shares her story here for the first time to demonstrate that the paranormal is normal and to assist others who have had similar experiences.

This is a book for anyone interested in near death experiences and out of body experiences. It is one of the first such book to come out of the Iraq conflict.

Natalie Sudman earned an MFA from the University of Oregon in 1989. In order to support her art habit, Sudman worked as an archeologist for sixteen years, and as a project manager in Iraq for a year and a half.

Born in Montana, raised in Minnesota, Sudman has lived most of her adult life in the Black Hills of South Dakota, southwestern Montana and eastern Oregon. An enthusiastic traveler, she has lived and worked in such disparate places as Iraq, Florida, and Antarctica. She has visited New Zealand, Europe, Mexico, the Middle East, and – very briefly – China. She currently resides in southern Arizona.

Natalie Sudman’s artwork is available from the artist.

Natalie Sudman’s poetry and essays have been published in various literary journals. Her non-fiction book , Application of Impossible Things: My Near Death Experience in Iraq, published by Ozark Mountain Press, is available at Barnes & Noble and Amazon, as well as other booksellers. Her first fiction book, Bare Bones, to published by Hearth Bright Books, is due out in 2014. She occasionally blogs at Trace of Elements.

Sudman offers psychic consultation over the phone or by email. More information about readings can be found on the Readings page of her blog at this link: Trace of Elements.

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Near-Death Experience In Iraq – Natalie Sudman


Natalie Sudman
worked as an archeologist in the Great Basin states for sixteen years before accepting a position managing construction contracts in Iraq. After being injured by a roadside bomb (improvised explosive device–IED), Natalie has since retired from government service. She is now enjoying art, writing, and continuing explorations into the non-physical. Natalie Sudman has been a subject of studies performed by the University of Virginia’s Division of Perceptual Studies, and welcomes invitations to act as a lab rat for any scientific investigation. Describing herself as an open-minded skeptic, Natalie finds that the rigorous methodology of science appeals to her critical mind, while her artistic nature enjoys the expansive freedom of leaving behind the critical mind in frequent forays into the non-physical. She maintains that an irreverent sense of humor and a willingness to look foolish are the cornerstones of constructive exploration. Raised in Minnesota, Natlie Sudman has lived most of her adult life in eastern Oregon, Montana and South Dakota. She recently moved to southern Arizona. Her artwork is available through Davis

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God Is the Very Self of Each of Us ~ Rupert Spira

Published on Jan 12, 2018

A woman wants to know what happens to her faith in God and prayer now that she has recognised her essential infinite being.

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