When Carl Jung crossed over

When Carl Jung crossed over

Synchronicity & Near Death Experience

In this video we look at Carl Jung’s remarkable Near Death Experience (NDE) and explore the relationship between synchronicities and NDEs. In his book “Memories, Dreams, Reflections,” Carl Jung describes an astonishing Near Death Experience he had in 1944, where we floated high up in space and traveled to an enormous block of stone. The experience affected him deeply. Jung also wrote on “synchronicity” which are meaningful coincidences that have no apparent cause-effect connection, but are connected by meaning. Synchronicities give us hints of the mysterious ways in which we’re all connected, and suggests an underlying unified reality that Jung referred to as “Unus Mundus” which is Latin for “one world.” Dr. Bruce Greyson, a psychiatrist and one of the leading NDE researchers in the world, points to the research finding that people who’ve had NDEs report having significantly more synchronicities in their lives after coming back from their NDEs. This is also finds confirmation in the story of Barbara Harris Whitfield (an author, therapist and NDE researcher) who had two profound near death experiences of her own.


00:00 – Carl Jung’s Near Death Experience

03:22 – Carl Jung’s return from the afterlife

04:34What is Synchronicity?

05:24 – The relationship between Near Death Experiences and Synchronicity

06:06 – The Life Review 06:49 – The NDE story of Barbara Harris Whitfield

10:20 – Synchronicities and Near Death Experiences reveal our deep connections

You can read the excerpt from Jung’s autobiography here

Carl G. Jung’s Near-Death Experience

In a hospital in Switzerland in 1944, the world-renowned psychiatrist Carl G. Jung, had a heart attack and then a near-death experience. His vivid encounter with the light, plus the intensely meaningful insights led Jung to conclude that his experience came from something real and eternal. Jung’s experience is unique in that he saw the Earth from a vantage point of about a thousand miles above it. His incredibly accurate view of the Earth from outer space was described about two decades before astronauts in space first described it. Subsequently, as he reflected on life after death, Jung recalled the meditating Hindu from his near-death experience and read it as a parable of the archetypal Higher Self, the God-image within. Carl Jung, who founded analytical psychology, centered on the archetypes of the collective unconscious. The following is an excerpt from his autobiography entitled Memories, Dreams, Reflections describing his near-death experience……

Commentary on Jung’s near-death experience

Carl Jung’s experience is a typical transcendental NDE which shares many characteristics with multitudes of other NDEs such as experiencing: (1) an ultra-real and ultra-vivid realm which is impossible to forget(2) multiple realms of existence(3) the Void(4) observations of the Earth from outer space(5) a heavenly temple(6) an encounter with the Light(7) an encounter with Jesus during his experience of the Marriage Supper of the Lamb(8) lessons concerning the human ego(9) a timeless realm(10) heavenly music(11) feelings of intense peace and ecstasy(12) the receiving of higher knowledge(13) mental telepathy(14) a life review(15) an understanding of the mechanics of reincarnation(16) meeting the “primal form” (i.e. higher self) of people still living on Earth, (17) visions of the future, and (18) an inability to adequately describe the experience.

In his own words


3 thoughts on “When Carl Jung crossed over

  1. I smoked Salvia Divinorum extract. A few times, many years ago…
    I went outside my body. Looking down on myself and other’s around me.
    “Turning pages” as time passed.

    Another time, I was part of a 4-5 dimensional time-snake. Spinning, twisting, 3/4/5D time visualizations. Myself and everything around me dragging and moving into the “next frame.”

    Another time, earlier, probably my heaviest dose. I smoked, and awoke inside the ground.
    The top half of my jaw was above ground, the bottom half tasted of soil.
    I screamed for help, but couldn’t because my mouth was underground.

    From my perception, friend’s were looking down towards me, as if I was in the ground. They were scared. Wondering how I appeared underground, but when I awoke. I was told I was just babbling non-sense, and they did not really speak to me.

    Those are not NDE. But are some of the strongest psychedelic experiences I have ever had. Other experiences have been on 2C-E, 2C-I, LSD, DOX’s, No NBOME’s or newer psychedelics. (I’ve taken psychedelics more than 200#)

    NDE’s are not the same. But I can attest that all psychedelic experiences I have had. Led me towards YHVH. According to His will. Psychedelics can easily destroy minds.

  2. What a great article. I’ll be reading and watching parts for the next few days.
    Thanks SeeMore.
    I have many things/much more to say on NDE’s, Jung/Freud juxtaposition’s.
    I prefer Jung myself. But both and other’s are lacking in certain area’s.
    Which is why we seem to draw from multiple sources.
    The Bible is probably the most cohesive grouping of writing’s, from the longest period of time.

    1. I’ve been using an alternate email mistakenly. Wondering why my post’s are not appearing. Sorry Seemore. Vet. as you see fit.

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