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In this gripping episode, I sit down with Sebastian Junger, journalist and author of "In My Time of Dying," to explore his transformative near-death experience and subsequent spiritual awakening. Sebastian delves into the profound impacts of his aneurysm, questioning the nature of reality and the boundaries of life and death through the lens of both mysticism and quantum physics. We discuss the interplay between his rationalist beliefs and the mystical experiences that challenged them, blending personal narrative with broader philosophical questions. Tune into a conversation that bridges the gap between the known and the unknown, scrutinizing the thin line between transcendent insight and mental illness. Visit our podcast page for episode notes, Sebastian's works, and more enriching content.


00:00 Nervous about talking to the amazing author.

03:49 War reporter turned family man experiences sudden pain.

08:40 Feeling pulled into endless black pit, panic.

09:58 Saved by interventional radiology after severe bleeding.

13:50 Questioning the value of a near-death experience.

17:55 Questioning reality after near-death experience, radiating uncertainty.

20:54 Shamanism in native societies and schizophrenia comparison.

22:56 Quantum physics, podcast support, online community invitation.

25:29 Fatherhood, mortality, and mysticism in the universe.

28:47 Curiosity about medical possibilities faces professional resistance.

32:26 Belief in afterlife offers comfort in death.

37:54 Quantum physics is akin to religion, intimidating.

40:17 Observation affects reality, universe as double-slit experiment.

43:27 Schrodinger and others explore the nature of consciousness.

45:50 Experiments defy physical intuition, knowledge is limited.

49:10 Entropy leads to even distribution of molecules.

52:02 Scientific knowledge has limits we may never know


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If you’re enjoying the podcast and finding value in guest interviews, ghost stories, and the content I share, please consider supporting the show by becoming a Patreon member for as little as $5 a month at Patreon.com/DrAmyRobbins

As a member you’ll get more say in the content we cover and exclusive access to behind-the-scenes goodness!

Stay Connected with Dr. Amy Robbins:

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FOLLOW SEBASTIAN JUNGER:

Find Sebastian on https://www.sebastianjunger.com/

Life, Death and the Space Between is brought to you by:

Dr. Amy Robbins | Host, Executive Producer

Podcastize.net | Audio & Video Production |


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In this gripping episode, I sit down with Sebastian Junger, journalist and author of "In My Time of Dying," to explore his transformative near-death experience and subsequent spiritual awakening. Sebastian delves into the profound impacts of his aneurysm, questioning the nature of reality and the boundaries of life and death through the lens of both mysticism and quantum physics. We discuss the interplay between his rationalist beliefs and the mystical experiences that challenged them, blending personal narrative with broader philosophical questions. Tune into a conversation that bridges the gap between the known and the unknown, scrutinizing the thin line between transcendent insight and mental illness. Visit our podcast page for episode notes, Sebastian's works, and more enriching content.


00:00 Nervous about talking to the amazing author.

03:49 War reporter turned family man experiences sudden pain.

08:40 Feeling pulled into endless black pit, panic.

09:58 Saved by interventional radiology after severe bleeding.

13:50 Questioning the value of a near-death experience.

17:55 Questioning reality after near-death experience, radiating uncertainty.

20:54 Shamanism in native societies and schizophrenia comparison.

22:56 Quantum physics, podcast support, online community invitation.

25:29 Fatherhood, mortality, and mysticism in the universe.

28:47 Curiosity about medical possibilities faces professional resistance.

32:26 Belief in afterlife offers comfort in death.

37:54 Quantum physics is akin to religion, intimidating.

40:17 Observation affects reality, universe as double-slit experiment.

43:27 Schrodinger and others explore the nature of consciousness.

45:50 Experiments defy physical intuition, knowledge is limited.

49:10 Entropy leads to even distribution of molecules.

52:02 Scientific knowledge has limits we may never know


***********************************************

SUPPORT DR. AMY ROBBINS:

If you’re enjoying the podcast and finding value in guest interviews, ghost stories, and the content I share, please consider supporting the show by becoming a Patreon member for as little as $5 a month at Patreon.com/DrAmyRobbins

As a member you’ll get more say in the content we cover and exclusive access to behind-the-scenes goodness!

Stay Connected with Dr. Amy Robbins:

Instagram

YouTube

Website

Facebook

***********************************************

FOLLOW SEBASTIAN JUNGER:

Find Sebastian on https://www.sebastianjunger.com/

Life, Death and the Space Between is brought to you by:

Dr. Amy Robbins | Host, Executive Producer

Podcastize.net | Audio & Video Production |


Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

  continue reading

376 episoder

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