- Ep #319 Pronounced Dead At the Scene Interview With Nicole Angelique Kerr Author and Registered Dietitian Roman Prokopchuk 35:19
I got to interview Nicole Angelique Kerr.
Nicole is an award-winning health expert Nicole Kerr is the co-author of Eating the Rainbow: Lifelong Nutritional Wellness—Without Lies, Hype, or Calculus. She has appeared on CNN, PBS, CBS, ABC, the Food Channel, and a host of other TV and radio shows to share her unique perspective on wellness, lifestyle, and nutrition. She is now the author of the best-selling book, You Are Deathless: A Near-death Experience Taught Me How to Live Fully and Not Fear Death.
For the past 30 years, Nicole has worked in all sectors of society, including in government (the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), non-proﬁt (American Cancer Society), military (United States Air Force Medical Operations), academia (University of Hawaii), healthcare institutions/hospitals (Adventist Health Castle and Queens Medical Center), corporate settings (Sea Ties, LLC), and private consultation. Nicole’s warm, engaging presentations have earned her a place in front of international audiences ranging from corporate food producers to health and medical associations. Throughout her career, she has focused on supporting people from every walk of life to make realistic, meaningful, happy choices for lifelong health and well-being.
When she was a 19-year-old cadet at the United States Air Force Academy, Nicole would be forced to learn how to live and love differently following a terrifying and transformative Near-Death Experience. Her memory of the crash came back 20 years later, and it has taken Nicole almost another two decades to align her soul, spirit, mind, and body, proving healing is certainly a non-linear process.
A disabled veteran, Nicole now maintains a private practice primarily using Neuro Emotional Technique (NET) targeting the often overlooked domains of emotional, energy, and spiritual well-being.
We spoke about:
7:30 Not ready for the abuse in US Air Force Academy.
9:45 Asking for a ride changed her life.
11:24 Being pronounced dead at the scene. In hospital for 4 months and 7 weeks in ICU.
13:10 Remembering going to the other side.
17:50 Getting rid of the pain.
27:30 Experiencing God on the other side.
32:00 Being honest about death.
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