With Good Reason

Into the Light
December 22nd, 2007

People experiencing out of the body near death experiences have been depicted in movies and even on television shows like the Sopranos. Bruce Greyson (University of Virginia) is one of the first researchers to gather empirical data on near-death experiences using scientific methods. He has documented clear patterns in the long-term health of those who have experienced near-death phenomena. Although these experiences vary from one person to another, they often include feelings of comfort and lack of pain, a sensation of leaving the body, and a sense of deep understanding of events of the past and of events of the future.

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Several million Americans describe having a near-death experience that has transformed their lives.  Nancy King, with the radio program “With Good Reason,” says a Virginia psychiatrist is creating a scientific data base of these stories.

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