Near-Death ReflectionswithElizabeth Krohn

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Elizabeth Krohn is first author (with Professor Jeffrey Kripal) of Changed in a Flash: One Woman’s Near-Death Experience and Why a Scholar Thinks It Empowers Us All.

Here she reflects back on implications of her near-death experience that occurred when she was struck by lightning in 1988. Since then, she has experienced a telephone call from her deceased grandfather – and also many accurate, but unpleasant, precognitive dreams – typically involving disasters. She maintains that our conventional notion of clock time is an incomplete picture. The science fiction movie, Arrival, portrays a deeper understanding of time. One can think of all time as existing in the “now” moment.

(Recorded on December 5, 2021)

Published on December 22, 2021