ER Docs and Crucial Talks

The Near Death Experience

May 25, 2021 Raj Kalsi & Cullen Kehoe Season 1 Episode 19
ER Docs and Crucial Talks
The Near Death Experience
Show Notes

Are you ready?  This is one for those with a strong stomach.  Cullen and Raj take a detour to discuss something that is incredibly present but also incredibly absent in the human dialogue:  the near death experience.

We bring in an amazing guest, Amber, as we discuss with her, a veteran critical care ICU nurse, the nuances of the dying process, family interrelationships, the near death experience and supernatural phenomenon that we have all experienced or heard of second hand.

If you have recently lost someone we wish you our condolences and perhaps this isn't an episode you want to listen to yet.  Caution is advised.

Raymond Moody - Life after Life, 1975
Netflix - Surviving Death

The intro and exit music for the podcast is written and performed by Cullen Kehoe.

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