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Radio Interviews with NDE Researchers

The People's Pharmacy, a syndicated radio show in the United States, broadcast a program titled The Nature of Consciousness which featured interviews with three of the world's leading NDE researchers: Dr. Bruce Greyson, Dr. Sam Parnia, and Dr. Melvin Morse. These were wonderful interviews that would be of interest to listeners who know little about NDE research as well as those who are well versed in the subject.


The discussions ranged far and wide, including a detailed description of the Human Consciousness Project, known as the AWARE study that was announced at a UN symposium in September, 2008 (The 2008 Mind-Body Symposium). This is the largest prospective study of NDEs and out-of-body experiences ever undertaken and involves 25 medical centers worldwide. In addition, Melvin Morse offers a delightful description of children's NDEs and how they differ from adults'.

The original program, including 5 minutes of general medical news at the beginning, can be downloaded at http://www.peoplespharmacy.com/archives/ free_podcast/713_the_nature_of_consciousness.php. Unfortunately, the first two interviews with Dr. Bruce Greyson and Dr. Sam Parnia, although substantial, were abridged in this broadcast due to time constraints. However, extended interviews with both researchers are available at the following links and we recommend listening to those versions if you have the time.

Dr. Bruce Greyson: http://www.peoplespharmacy.com/archives/audio_files /extended_interview_with_dr_bruce_greyson.php

Dr. Sam Parnia: http://www.peoplespharmacy.com/archives/audio_files /extended_interview_with_dr_sam_parnia.php

The interview with Dr. Melvin Morse is not available in a separate link but can be heard in the last third of the original radio program. After you download that audio file, you can move the cursor forward in the control box until you reach his interview. It is a captivating perspective on children's NDEs and should not to be missed.

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