Application of Impossible Things

  • by Natalie Sudman
  • Narrated by Jena Petterson
  • 4 hrs and 16 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

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 men when a roadside bomb destroyed the vehicle. Her body was so severely damaged, there was no possible way she could live. She vividly recounts her near-death experience when she went out of her 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 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 an audiobook for anyone interested in near-death and out-of-body experiences. It is one of the first such books to come out of the Iraq conflict.


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Fascinating Book by Natalie Sudman

What made the experience of listening to Application of Impossible Things the most enjoyable?

Great to listen, means I could multitask as I am learning about Natalie and her wisodm

What other book might you compare Application of Impossible Things to and why?

The after life of Billy Fingers, but I felt this had more comprehensive information about HOW we create both in non physical and here on the physical plane.I think its the most comprehensive book I have read/listen to on this subject.

Some of her words and sentences structures were a bit beyond my literary skills, but it's great to learn

What aspect of Jenna Petterson’s performance would you have changed?

Would have liked to listen to the authors own voice. It sounded a bit like someone reading, instead of telling the story of their life, which would be more compelling

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?


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- karen swain

Articulate and analytical Consciousness experience

This Near Death Experience is different than most, maybe a little more "technical" in the observations. It would still be interesting for a new reader of this topic, but the people who have read more books about expanded Consciousness, including Out of Body Experiences, will pick up on more of the shared and in-common details related here. So, in a way, this might be on a more advanced level in terms of describing a NDE.

This is actually great for people who are interested in the intersection of expanded consciousness along with interests in physics, dimensions, time, entities-beings-personalities, the Self experiencing this lifetime, and the part elsewhere . . .

William Buhlman's book Adventures In the Afterlife, and Robert Monroe's trilogy are a fantastic way to get ready for Natalie Sudman's book if you haven't done much reading in this genre. Natalie's recollections are sophisticated, detailed, and perhaps baffling to someone new to the idea of expanded consciousness and reality. I've read a lot in this topic area, and there are parts I had trouble with and this is a book I will have to listen to at least once more to improve understanding.

Along with Tom Campbell's My Big TOE trilogy, Natalie Sudman's Application of Impossible Things would be in a category of "popping the hood and seeing how it works" books on expanded Consciousness and the human experience.
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- Diana

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-21-2015
  • Publisher: Ozark Mountain Publishing, Inc.