Having carefully researched thousands of near-death experiences, it is evident that if we shift our focus and train our mind’s eye on the nuance - the fine details that do not stand out from those "main events" - we find a treasure-trove of clues that reveal more of the contours, depth and messaging within a near-death experience. And it is often in what we don’t see, that we learn as much as what we do.
Join us as we take you on a journey through 250 of the most exceptional NDEs on record, in search of a deeper, more expansive understanding of what the NDE is trying to communicate to us all.
What if the existence of life after death could now be answered with certainty?
While the first written recording of a near-death experience dates back to the writings of famed Greek philosopher Plato, the phenomenon of the NDE burst onto the scene in the 1970s with the widespread introduction of resuscitation techniques that, for the first time in human history, could bring clinically dead people back to life. Since this time, millions of NDEs have been reported worldwide.
Near-death experiencers and followers of the phenomenon are now very familiar with the “main events” that occur during an NDE - from the initial out-of-body experience - to the NDEr being told “It is not your time.” This realm is uniformly described as “heaven” or “heaven-like.” And since heaven is not likely to change over time, it is reasonable to conclude that all of the main components that occur during a near-death experience have already been revealed. So is there more to learn about this phenomenon? That is the unique focus of Crossover Experience.
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My Very Own Psychedelic Psychotherapy
Robert Frost once said, “Unless you are educated in metaphor, you are not safe to be let loose in the world.” I believe that. However, in my case, I’m forced to take that quote one step further and say that unless I had grown up and lived in a world of metaphor, I would not have survived in this world.
Mine has been a life lived at the edges - a tragicomedy of sorts. How have I been able to make sense of it all? By experiencing it as a blend of the literal and metaphor, all wrapped tight in a veneer of laughs. And this, in some strange way, would account for my attraction to the magical, mystical, and terrifying world of psychedelics (with a concentration in plant medicines).
These multi-dimensional, alien life forms have a strong pull on me because I experience them as powerful and intuitive, healing metaphors. Metaphors so highly charged they become a form of psychological shock therapy that I know will not physically kill me. In time, you’ll understand why this most unorthodox of self-help strategies is most suited to someone like me. And, not surprisingly, to a growing number of other desperate souls.
Everything in this story I’ll be telling you happened. Please forgive my liberal use of metaphor. As you might imagine, it is my first language, and the only linguistic form I feel can coherently pull my story together for you. I imagine metaphor is the only thing that stands between sanity and madness for many of us—whether we know it or not. That’s certainly been the case for me.
Welcome to my world.
Coming December 1!
The two Acts that comprise Storming Heaven are excerpted from the book My Very Own Psychedelic Psychotherapy and will be the basis of a feature film expected to be released in 2024.
What do Jesus, the Amazon Jungle, Lucifer, Ayahuasca and the Maze Desert, and Bufo Alvarius all have in common? One desperate soul seeking to storm the gates of heaven to get a glimpse of what’s on the other side. Based on a true story, you will be taken on one man’s spiritual journey that is one part harrowing and one part hilarious.
Like Don Quixote before him, our protagonist’s exceedingly idealistic goal collides head-on with reality. And after putting his impossible dream into action, you will be left to decide; Did he achieve his worthy goal? Did he get appreciably closer to those gates? Or will he need more than two acts to storm through them?
"Call nothing thy own except thy soul. Love not what thou art, but only what thou may become." Don Quixote - Man of La Mancha