Elisabeth Kübler-Ross and Releasing the Butterfly

The following post is from Sandy Coghlan’s blog “Heaven Knows…” and is reposted with permission. The original can be viewed HERE. “Many people say: Of course, Doctor Ross has seen too many dying patients. Now she …

An Excerpt from After by Dr. Bruce Greyson

The following is excerpted from After, the culmination of nearly half a century of Dr. Bruce Greyson’s scientific research. Bruce Greyson, M.D., is one of the world’s leading experts on near-death experiences. His book helps us …

The Science of Near Death Experiences

The following is excerpted from The Science of Near-Death Experiences edited by John C. Hagan MD Physicians and others who treat terminally ill patients sometimes hear the poignant and heart-wrenching question: “What is it like …

How It All Began (Dr. Kenneth Ring, Bruce Greyson, and the Founding of IANDS)

The following post is from Dr. Kenneth Ring’s blog “Notes from the Ringdom” and is reposted with permission. The original can be viewed HERE. One evening in November, 1977, I was in my kitchen stirring …

Dr. Raymond Moody On Suicide (An Excerpt)

The following are excerpts from Dr. Moody’s presentation On Suicide and the accompanying PDF — So I can talk first of all from the perspective of a person who’s lost a loved one to suicide. …

Why Understanding Life After Death Requires A New Way of Thinking

The following is an excerpt from Making Sense of Nonsense by Dr. Raymond Moody — Since 1965 I have interviewed thousands of people about their profound near-death experiences. In 1975 I published Life After Life, …

WHAT IS NEUROTHEOLOGY? with Dr. Andrew Newberg

For the past 25 years, I have had the great fortune to be able to work in an emerging field sometimes referred to as “neurotheology” : The term itself reflects a hybrid, multidisciplinary approach that …

THE CREATIVE MIND & THE SKEPTICAL VIEW with Dr. Andrew Newberg

ANDREW RESPONDS TO PATRICK: Could the new musical or creative gifts that can come after an NDE be brought on by damage to the left side of the brain, forcing the right side to become …