Presented at the IANDS 2011 Conference, Sept. 2-4, in Durham, NC
Excerpt describing the shared death experience
Abstract: This lecture presents a phenomenology of shared death experiences demonstrating an uninterrupted continuum with near-death experiences. The identity in content between these two modes of experience poses a major difficulty for popular neurophysiological explanations. An entirely new means of rational investigation is briefly described that accesses the transcendent aspect of experiences related to death and dying.
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