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  • 58:25

    Amy Call - My NDE Showed Me There Is Order In Chaos

    by Thomas Spitzer (December 24, 2016)
    283 1 0
    My NDE Showed Me There is Order in [Apparent] Chaos -- Amy Call, 2014 IANDS Conference

    Amy Call had a profound near-death experience in 2003 as a result of an allergic reaction to medication. Amy will discuss her experience, including that of coming through a portal and encountering two major aspects of herself: one part of self was egoic self or personality self, reflective of who she was in Earth life. The other self she encountered was universal, timeless and part of the all. Both experiences seemed to occur simultaneously. Amy learned the importance of humility in the egoic portal area. She met a young woman who had died at about the same time Amy did. She gave Amy information about herself and her death telepathically. After Amy came back to her body, she was able to find the young woman’s mother and let her know her daughter was alright. Amy will also discuss her life review, where she came to understand love through its highest frequency, and the importance of forgiveness. She will relate how she learned to care for herself, heal herself as well as relate information she was given regarding our planet. Amy will also share some after death experiences that occurred after her return to her body.

    Memorable Quote:

    "True learning happens in the body. This is a big deal to me personally because so much of my life was about wanting to escape the body and wanting that for other people. I also grew up hearing that when you die you get to take off that glove; you get to be free and so I thought that here [in this world] is the more negative, that there [on the other side of life] is the more positive. The understanding in this place -- as hard as it is to see and understand -- is that true learning happens within the body because when we are in experience, in this form, there is something that evolves within us at the level of the soul that makes the body an important part of the whole. It isn't that one is good and one is bad. The two work together in an important way. That was very healing for me personally, to come to a better understanding."

    To learn more about Amy Call, go here.

    To learn more about what near-death experiences have to say about the purpose of life, go here.

    To learn more about IANDS, go here.

    To learn more about IANDS conferences, go here.


  • 56:44

    NDEr Nancy Rynes: Reintegrating After A Near-Death Experience

    by David Sunfellow (December 11, 2016)
    202 0 0

    Nancy Rynes - Awakening to Life: Reintegrating after a Near-Death Experience, 2016 IANDS Conference

    Nancy Rynes says: "After eye-opening, spiritually-transformative near-death experiences, many NDErs struggle during their return to human life. I was no different until I realized that my NDE itself gave me all of the tools I needed not only to reintegrate to human society, but to turn my life into one I have always wanted to live. In this presentation, I discuss the wisdom I was given during my NDE including: our power of choice, how gratitude and compassion can transform our lives and the world, the amazing gifts that we have here in the physical plane. I then give examples of how I used this wisdom to transform my own life, and ways that many of my family and friends have made changes for the better as well. I also present exercises that others can use to transform their human life, one step at a time, whether or not they have had an NDE."

    Quotes from Nancy's talk:

    "Everything is just as it should be. It is sad. But everything will be OK in the end."

    "You're my child. Welcome Home."

    "The point of all of this was for me to bring heaven into my own life and the lives of the people around me. And to anybody else who wanted to listen."

    "Connecting with others will be the key to your salvation."

    "IANDS saved my life."

    "This is really what helped me come out of my black hole: extending love to other people."

    "See love. Feel love. Be love."

    "Don't always be so flipping serious. Have fun. Play. Enjoy your life. That's what it is all about. You have a very finite amount of time to come here and enjoy who you are. So do it."

    Resources:

    Nancy's Profile Page
    Nancy's NDE Resource Page
    Nancy's Website: nancyrynes.com
    IANDS Website: iands.org
    IANDS conferences, visit conference.iands.org

  • 01:03:34

    IANDS: Veteran NDEs & Support for Veteran Experiencers

    by David Sunfellow (December 5, 2016)
    34 1 1
    Discussion Group: NDEs, Military Issues and Veteran’s Video, 2016 IANDS Conference with near-death experiencer Tony Woody; IANDS President and retired Army Colonel, Diane Corcoran; and producer of Near-Death Experience: What Veterans Need To Know, Roberta Moore.

    Diane Corcoran, currently President of IANDS Board and a retired Army Colonel, was a young Army nurse in Vietnam when she treated a soldier whose leg had been amputated. One night he called her over to tell her about his very unusual battlefield experience of coming out of his body and seeing other fellow soldiers leaving their bodies as well. He then described a transcendent experience into another realm. Through the years, Diane became more and more aware of a hidden problem for veteran NDErs. Their care providers have virtually no training to distinguish the after effects of NDEs from other conditions such as PTSD or brain injuries. Veteran NDErs are getting little support and are sometimes being misdiagnosed and over-medicated, and they are left with nowhere to turn. Thousands of our vets have had NDES and they don’t even know what has happened to them. In response to this lamentable situation, several years ago Diane conceived the idea of a video to train veterans and their care providers about NDEs and their aftereffects.

    Veterans NDE Video Project: iands.org/vetvideo

    For more information on near-death experiences, visit iands.org

    For information about IANDS conferences, visit conference.iands.org

  • 01:24:24

    Exploring Spiritual Gifts in the Aftermath of an NDE

    by Joao Lourenco (December 4, 2016)
    30 1 0
    Exploring Spiritual Gifts in the Aftermath of an NDE -- Jeff Olsen, 2016 IANDS Conference Jeff Olsen transforms his own Near-Death Experience into keys to explore the extraordinary in day to day life. After a devastating auto accident crippled Olsen and took half of his family, Olsen draws from the answers provided in his own NDE to explore the gifts and profound miracles in everyday life. Olsen expounds on what we do here, now to literally bring heaven, and greater spirituality to this planet. Olsen takes his NDE to the next level by sharing what can be done in day to day life to create miracles and more joy in the lives of everyone, not just those have a Near-Death Experience. Visit his website http://www.atonenow.com/ The full video "Lift" is at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xaeoKp0HNlA "She's Asleep" and "Almost Home (with Damian Jurado)" Written & Performed by Moby Copyright 2015 -- All Rights Reserved. For more information on near-death experiences, visit http://iands.org For information about IANDS conferences, visit http://conference.iands.org
  • 51:36

    NDEr Jeff Olsen & NDE Researcher Dr. Bruce Greyson

    by David Sunfellow (December 2, 2016)
    163 0 0
    Dr. Bruce Greyson, a faculty member at the UVA Division of Perceptual Studies, presents his research on near-death experiences in the second half of this video. Prior to Dr. Greyson's presentation, we hear author Jeff Olsen describe his profound near-death experience.

    The UVA DOPS faculty gathered to offer public lectures at the Boston Museum of Science on September 17th, 2016, as part of a special one day event, "Do We Survive Death? A Look at the Evidence". This event was sponsored by Tracy Coen.

    The Division of Perceptual Studies (DOPS) is a research unit within the Department of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences at the University of Virginia Health System. The research faculty of the Division are known internationally for their expertise and research integrity in the investigation of phenomena relevant to the nature of consciousness and its relationship to the physical world.

    For more information about NDEr Jeff Olsen, go here.

    Jeff Olsen Quotes:

    "Share your experience and if you do people will heal."

    "Everything in perfect order no matter what it looks like here."

    "I can't heal and move on until you do. So live your life, be happy, and choose joy."

    Jeff's Book:

    I Knew Their Hearts: The Amazing True Story of a Journey Beyond the Veil to Learn the Silent Language of the Heart
    By Jeff Olsen

    Dr. Bruce Greyson Quotes:

    "The interpretation of the experience may vary from one culture to another, but the basic experience is the same over the centuries and around the globe."

    "In the 1890s, there was a flurry of activity about [near-death experiences] in French philosophy journals in which the term 'near-death experience' was first coined. The term 'near-death experience' in English was popularized by Raymond Moody who wrote a book in 1975 called 'Life After Life.' Before that book, virtually no one in the western hemisphere had heard of a near-death experience."

    "NDE memories are reliable over time and therefore retrospective research is reliable."

    "The dominant [NDE] model in the West for the past 40 years has been Raymond Moody's. But at the University of Virginia we've been collecting these reports from the early 1960s, many years before Moody wrote his book, telling us what's supposed to happen in the NDE. We compared 24 of the best cases we have from before 1975 when Moody wrote his book with 24 cases from the last decade, matched in terms of age, race, gender, religion, religiosity, how they came close to death, and how close to death they came. What we found was again that there's actually no difference... So the NDE reports are not influenced by the widespread knowledge of Moody's model."

    "Although the interpretation of NDEs may be influenced by your culture -- what metaphors you use to describe it -- the basic experience IS NOT determined by your culture."


  • 27:57

    NDEr Jeff Olsen On NDE Radio With Lee Witting

    by David Sunfellow (November 30, 2016)
    37 0 0
    In 1997 Jeff Olsen's life was changed drastically after losing his wife and son in an automobile accident. While on the other-side, Jeff was told by his deceased wife to return and continue his life on earth. Jeff now spends his time sharing his detailed experience with people around the world. 

    For more information about NDEr Jeff Olsen, click here.

    To learn more about Lee Witting and NDE Radio, click here.

    To learn more about IANDS, click here.

  • 15:21

    Dr. Raymond Moody: Shared Death Experiences (IANDS 2011)

    by David Sunfellow (November 5, 2016)
    28 1 0
    Raymond Moody talking about shared death experiences at the IANDS 2011 Conference, Sept. 2-4, in Durham, North Carolina. This lecture presents a phenomenology of shared death experiences demonstrating an uninterrupted continuum with near-death experiences. The identity in content between these two modes of experience poses a major difficulty for popular neurophysiological explanations. An entirely new means of rational investigation is briefly described that accesses the transcendent aspect of experiences related to death and dying. To learn more about shared death experiences, go here.
  • 01:12:25

    Dr. Laurin Bellg: Near-Death Experiences In The ICU

    by David Sunfellow (November 3, 2016)
    36 0 0
    Near-Death Experiences in the Intensive Care Unit -- Laurin Bellg, 2016 IANDS Conference
    (The first 15 seconds of this video are audio-only).

    For twenty years, Dr. Laurin Bellg has worked with patients in the intensive care unit who have near-death and out-of-body experiences during sudden cardiac death and severe trauma. Many of those accounts have been documented in her book Near Death in the ICU: Stories From Patients Near Death And Why We Should Listen To Them.

    These experiences are profoundly meaningful, yet when they are reported, they are frequently met with skepticism and dismissal by medical caregivers and family members. Dr. Bellg maintains that we don’t have to fully understand these events to honor the transformative role they often play in the lives of those who experience them. A thought leader in the area of working with patients who’ve had near-death experiences, Dr. Bellg has been a keynote speaker at many venues throughout the United States. Her presentations are popular for their strong story telling and thought-provoking message on the importance of honoring personal experience as a part of healing.

    Dr. Laurin Bellg's Website

    For more information on near-death experiences, visit IANDS.

    For information about IANDS conferences, click here.
  • 54:46

    Unraveling The Mystery Of Hyper Vivid NDE Memory

    by David Sunfellow (October 31, 2016)
    23 0 0
    Unraveling the Mystery of Memory: EEG evidence from NDErs -- Robert Mays and Suzanne Mays, 2016 IANDS Conference

    Near-death experiencers (NDErs) report that the memory of their NDE is more vivid and lucid than ordinary memories. Two recent analyses of NDE memories showed that they have significantly more characteristics, like visual details, memory clarity, self-referential information (being involved in the event) and emotional content than both memories of real events and imagined events. In addition, the EEG patterns in NDErs differ significantly in several characteristics when the NDErs recall their NDE than non-NDErs when they recall real or imagined events. The hypothesis that the non-material mind separates from the physical body during an NDE is consistent with these findings. According to the hypothesis, when the mind is separated from the body, sensations are experienced directly rather than through the physical senses and the memories are recorded directly in the mind rather than through the hippocampus. The recall of NDE memories would then use different pathways and electrical patterns than ordinary recall of episodic memories. Indeed, we hypothesize that the recall of NDE memories involves an altered state of consciousness which is more like a re-living of the experience than simply recalling a series of events. The evidence from NDEs supports the idea that memories in general are stored in the non-material mind rather than as pattern encodings in neural structures. Ordinary episodic memories are recorded in the mind through pathways in the hippocampus and are recalled again from the mind through reverse hippocampal pathways that reactivate the same sensory and mental neural components, but at a lower intensity.

    More about Robert and Suzanne Mays' research: http://selfconsciousmind.com

    For more information on near-death experiences, visit http://iands.org

    For information about IANDS conferences, visit http://conference.iands.org
  • 14:14

    000067 Experiencers & Researchers Discuss NDEs

    by David Sunfellow (October 26, 2016)
    45 0 0
    Several experiencers and researchers discuss near-death experiences. The following near-death experiencers are featured in this video: David Beckman, John Borcherding, Kimberly Clark Sharp, Paul Carr, Ted Perry, and Libby Carr. The following researchers are featured in this video: Jeffrey Long, Jody Long, Kimberly Clark Sharp.

    YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LwyVFW9kT8k
  • 03:45

    000065 NDEs - What Medical Professionals Need To Know

    by David Sunfellow (October 25, 2016)
    29 0 0
    This is a trailer for "Near-Death Experience: What Medical Professionals Need to Know." It features five doctors and a nurse/PhD, as well as near-death experiencers. The medical professionals emphasize the importance of recognizing NDEs in their patients. This video is suitable for general audiences, as well as health care professionals. To help fund this important project, go here: http://www.iands.org/vetvideo or call: (919) 383-7940.

    YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=240140QbKa4 
  • 03:05

    000064 Soldiers Share Near-Death Experiences

    by David Sunfellow (October 25, 2016)
    41 0 0
    Military service members and veterans who have had near-death experiences (NDEs) often do not get the information and counseling that they need. "Near-Death Experience, What Veterans Need to Know" is a video that is sponsored by the International Association for Near Death Studies, IANDS.org. It will educate veterans and their care providers about NDEs and their aftereffects. For more information and to donate, go here: http://www.iands.org/vetvideo See also: http://ndevideo.com/veterans/

    YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5A0kvGkhD0
  • 04:09

    000063 Shilo Harris - Wounded Soldier Told He Would Be OK

    by David Sunfellow (October 25, 2016)
    36 0 0
    A Soldier's Near-Death Experience: Former U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Shilo Harris (author of Man of Steel, shiloharris.com) received devastating injuries in Iraq on Feb. 19, 2007, when a roadside bomb exploded. After his rescue he spent 48 days in an induced coma during which he had several near-death experiences. Like many veterans, Shilo never really processed his NDEs, mostly because his counselors weren't trained to recognize them. He became more fully aware that he was an NDE survivor when he began answering video interview questions by Roberta Moore of NDEvideo.com. During one of his NDEs, a "Big Man" told Shilo that he would be OK.

    YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRGWKZARmso
  • IANDs 2016 Conference

    by David Sunfellow (July 16, 2016)
    38 0 0
    IANDS 2016 Conference