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    NDEr Nancy Rynes: Reintegrating After A Near-Death Experience

    by David Sunfellow (December 11, 2016)
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    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

  • 01:31:30

    Peter Panagore Shares His Near-Death Experience

    by David Sunfellow (November 18, 2016)
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    Peter Panagore was a college student ice climbing on his spring break when mistakes on the mountain caused him to die from hypothermia. Peter holds a bachelor’s degree in English from University of Massachusetts and a master of divinity from Yale University. He is a storyteller, writer, producer and on air talent who broadcasts on two television stations in Maine -- as minister of First Radio Parish Church of America, reaching 50,000 viewers daily. Peter also produces a statewide Sunday morning radio show: http://dailydevotions.org/ His stories have appeared in “Stories from a Soldier’s Heart” and "Chicken Soup for the Veteran’s Soul.” He is the author of 2 books, “Two Minutes for God” and “Heaven is Beautiful - How Dying Taught me that Death is Just the Beginning."

    • Peter Panagore Website
    • Peter Panagore on Facebook
    • Two Minutes for God (Book)
    • Heaven In Beautiful (Book)
    • Daily Devotions (Peter's Radio Show)
    • We Don't Die Radio (Sandra Champlain)

    To learn more about Peter, go here.

    Quotes from Peter:

    "If you're pining to have a near-death experience... I would say don't! This is not what you want. It may seem like a blessing but it is often a curse, as it is a blessing. It leaves one disassociated. It leaves one depressed. I went through a long period of depression. I live a life of non-attachment, not detachment, but non-attachment. My connectivity is to the other side, not so much here."

    ...

    "Every moment of every day God is present to me. I feel less isolated, but there are times that I know that my thinking and eccentric behavior makes me the strange one. I like to be out in nature, because out in nature, the purity of God’s spirit pervades all things, plants, water, sky, stone, and animals. Out there, I feel most at home.

    "One day when I was in Manhattan for a few days of work, I went out for a long walk and I prayed. I began to feel the spirit of peace, of contentment and presence that I feel when I walk in the woods and I realized that it was coming from the people around me on the sidewalks. They were nature and radiating the presence of [God] as a tree would, as stone might, as a songbird’s song does. I walked for hours through the mass of humanity as if immersed in the wilderness where the spirit of God is strongest."