Category: grief and loss

newthinkingallowed: Joseph Gallenberger, PhD, is a clinical…

newthinkingallowed:

Joseph Gallenberger, PhD, is a clinical psychologist. He is author of Inner Vegas: Creating Abundance, Miracles, and Health and Liquid Luck: The Good Fortune Handbook. His most recent book is Heaven is for Healing: A Soul’s Journey After Suicide. He is a senior trainer with the Monroe Institute near Charlottesville, Virginia.

Here he describes insights he gained, concerning the afterlife, during the past quarter-century since his brother’s suicide. These insights were derived from his work with the Monroe Institute Gateway program, from his explorations involving the channeler Pam Hogan, and from a variety of experiences he interprets as direct contact. He maintains that opportunities for personal and spiritual growth exist for all in the afterlife.

New Thinking Allowed host, Jeffrey Mishlove, PhD, is author of The Roots of Consciousness, Psi Development Systems, and The PK Man. He teaches parapsychology for ministers in training with the Centers for Spiritual Living through the Holmes Institute.

(Recorded on February 28, 2017)

Emotionally sensitive topic, however, the insights on the afterlife gained from research on mediumistic channeling, and very moving stories, probably makes this one of the best programs in this series

“Hello From Heaven!” on ABC’s 20/20 (April 12,…

“Hello From Heaven!” on ABC’s 20/20 (April 12, 1996). Documentary on After-Death Communication

Archival documentary footage from ABC’s 20/20 on After-Death Communication (ADC) experiences. Explores personal stories of ADC encounters and the incidence of ADC experiences in the general population

Why ghosts are good for you: Patricia Pearson at TEDx Tucson…

Why ghosts are good for you: Patricia Pearson at TEDx Tucson 2012

Award-winning journalist Patricia Pearson discusses her research after-death communication and near-death awareness experiences in advance of her book Opening Heaven’s Door: What the Dying May be Trying to Tell Us about where They’re Going. Random House Canada. (2014).

REFERENCE:

Pearson, P. (2014). Opening Heaven’s Door: What the Dying May be Trying to Tell Us about where They’re Going. Random House Canada. Sponsored