An EMT declared orthopedic surgeon Dr. Mary Neal cold to the touch and dead. Neurosurgeon Dr. Eben Alexander was in a coma and said he died as well. The two doctors open up about their near-death experiences with Dr. Oz. Click on this link to view: Dr. Oz Show
Diane Corcoran, Near Death Experience researcher among combat veterans, President Emerita of the International Association for Near Death Studies (IANDS), Chair of the Military/Veterans Committee for IANDS, and Retired Army Colonel, is currently doing legal nurse consulting, She has written several articles on NDEs for health care professionals and is currently sponsoring research on combat related NDES.
IANDS President Emerita, Diane Corcoran, RN, PhD, Retired Army Colonel was interviewed by Sandra Champlain on the We Don't Die Radio Show.
Diane Corcoran is an Internationally known lecturer & educator with over 30 years in Near-Death Experience Education and over 25 years Military experience. Lilia is a counselor who is passionate about serving our Veterans and has been a Student of the Light and the Saint Germain Foundation books for over 40 years.
Sandra Martin, Vice President of IANDS, and Susan Amsden, IANDS Business Manager, presented a lecture on "Life, Death & Art: Back from Death with Inspired Art" at the NC State University Gregg Museum of Art where Roger Manley is Design Director in Raleigh, North Carolina, Oct. 26, 2017. The room was filled to capacity and extra chairs had to be carried in. IANDS thanks the NCSU Gregg Museum for their hospitality!
Artist Maggie Chalifoux told her NDE for the first time in public at the event. Her painting Phoenix Rising (#625) with other works can be seen at her website http://www.maggiechalifoux.com. Maggie will be interviewed in the next Vital Signs magazine sent to IANDS members.
The new video DVD, Understanding Veterans' Near-Death Experiences, is NOW ON SALE ($24.95 IANDS members, $29.95 non-members). Service members who have had an NDE should be assisted by medical personnel or chaplains trained to deal with those who have experienced NDEs. However, because of lack of training, that care is often not available, and the impact of this crucial gap of care can be great. It is traumatizing, exacerbating the effects of already devastating injuries, as well as PTSD, and magnifying feelings of confusion, fear, isolation and hopeless despair. Veterans may carry these feelings for a lifetime. This new IANDS-sponsored Veterans' NDE Training Video provides answers.
The long-awaited book The Self Does Not Die has now been published by IANDS and is available on Amazon.com. The project involved translating and expanding the Dutch book by NDE researchers Titus Rivas, Anny Dirven and Rudolf Smit. This new edition details 104 cases of veridical perceptions and other verified paranormal aspects of NDEs. Veridical perceptions in NDEs provide the best evidence of the apparent separation of consciousness from the physical body and, by implication, survival of consciousness after death. Available at Amazon & Kindle!
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The International Swimming Hall of Fame hosted a fascinating and visionary “Conference on Near-Death Experiences While Drowning”, on Friday, August 18th, 2017. Since its inception in 1965, ISHOF has been the "Mecca of Aquatics," bringing together many fascinating people and acting as the facilitator for knowledge exchange. This conference aims to bring attention to near-death experiences during a drowning episode, a very important issue largely neglected by most aquatic safety professionals.
“I could see, floating in the air, the lifeguards attempting to resuscitate a lifeless body; it was mine.” “I saw a bright light that asked me, in a life review, what I have done in my life for love and learning.” “I felt peace and no fear of death.” These are the words of people reporting what they experienced during the time they “died” temporarily during a drowning episode, as reported by Holden and Avramidis in their book Near-Death Experiences While Drowning. Such Reports are termed near-death experiences (NDEs). Contemporary advances in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and defibrillation have enabled lifeguards and first responders to bring large numbers of victims back to life, heretofore unprecedented in human history. Of the millions of those who survive drowning each year, approximately 20% of survivors report NDEs. Read More!