Sat., Aug. 11, 2018 • 1:45 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. • $40
Moderator: Elaine Valdov, PhD
1:45 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
, PhD, whose music promotes physical, emotional and spiritual well-being
PROGRAM: 2:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Jeffrey Long, MD: “God and the Afterlife: The 2018 Update from the Largest Near-Death Experience Study Ever Reported” (Lecture: 1 hr)
Dr. Long has scientifically studied over 4000 near-death experiences (NDEs). He reviews his prior NDE research and the powerful evidence of an afterlife that it revealed, and presents his current groundbreaking investigation of the content of NDEs that address humankind’s “Big Questions,” including Does God exist? Is there an afterlife? and What is the meaning and purpose of earthly life? This is the largest scientific investigation of sequentially shared experiences addressing the Big Questions ever reported, and explores the extraordinarily consistent information, unexplainable by pre-existing cultural or religious beliefs, that resulted.
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Raymond Moody, MD, PhD: “Adventures in Reincarnation” (Lecture: 1 hr)
Dr. Moody reflects on his decades-long research into the prospect of previous lives. He discusses Plato’s ideas about reincarnation, past life memories of adults and children, and past life memories during near death experiences.
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R. Craig Hogan, PhD: “Everyone Has Mediumship Abilities: You Just Have to Learn How to Use Them” (Lecture: 1 hr)
There are at least 16 methods currently in use to successfully communicate with transitioned loved ones — that virtually anyone can follow. These communications can be life changing. You just need to enter a state of mind in which the communication can occur, learn how to receive the mind to mind communication, resist analyzing and judging what comes, and be patient in learning the procedure. This presentation teaches a basic method anyone can use to experience their own afterlife communication. (Follow-up workshop:
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Diane K. Corcoran, PhD: “NDE Issues in the Military” (Lecture: 1½ hrs)
Dr. Corcoran is a 25-year veteran of the US Army Nursing Corps, having held a variety of positions from staff nurse to commander. Among her current pursuits is the care and support of people who have had Near-Death Experiences, especially those of service members and veterans. Her presentation covers the implications of NDE’s for the military, and nursing issues such as supporting terminal patients, grief and bereavement, SIDS deaths, and other issues related to death and dying.
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