The NDE Experience: From Linear Time to Non-Ordinary Reality

Hung Between Life and Death the Visions Came

Spiritual Transformative Experiences (STE) shock and traumatize us and change our life forever. And so it was with Ms Christine Clawley. During a life threatening illness she experienced a STE out-of-body astral projection in the form of a highly altered state of consciousness as she hung between life and death. Prior to contracting this illness, Christine received many dreams and messages warning her that something was out of balance within her life and body and that they foreshadowed her illness and death. Christine spent almost a month suspended in a medically-induced coma during which time she experienced altered consciousness in the form of fantastic dreams and visions that mirrored what was happening to her on the physical, emotional, and spiritual levels.

Christine remembers that in one particular dream she made a decision to not die but instead chose to re-enter the world (decision to live) and live out the rest of her life. Upon awakening from the coma, Christine had many challenges to overcome as she could not breath on her own, speak, eat, or walk. However, despite these challenges, Christine awoke with a renewed sense of the preciousness of life and an incredibly strong will to live, which is the result of an STE and specifically, an NDE. In addition, from this point forward, Christine developed a greater sense of intuition and experienced an increasing frequency of lucid and precognitive dreams. From these experiences, that apparently violate traditional conceptions of time as linear, Christine began documenting her own experiences and researching topics related to near death experiences, human consciousness, non-ordinary reality, synchronicity, dreaming, and shamanism.

Speaker, Christine Clawley, Filmmaker, Depth Psychotherapist

Ms. Clawley primarily is a Depth (Jungian) Psychotherapist that specializes in treating trauma and trauma-related disorders such as PTSD. Emotional pain provides us with information that something is out of balance within ourselves or in our lives. Jungian Psychology aims to explore and acknowledge emotional pain and uncover the root problems influencing the individual. This approach aims to gain a clear understanding of what is creating one’s symptoms instead of merely treating the symptoms. In this manner one begins to heal.

Christine is currently co-directing a film examining synchronicity, dreams, and the path to healing. To contribute visit: Ms. Clawley’s website: