IANDS is cooperating with a television production
company on a possible TV series about near-death experiences and their impact
on people's lives. The producers are a reputable company that has had a previous
successful series. We are inviting experiencers to consider participating.
To commemorate the first anniversary of the
groundbreaking 2006 IANDS conference at the University of Texas M. D. Anderson
Cancer Center, IANDS is making available a CD with 25 presentations from the
conference in MP3 format. This conference was the first international
conference in decades devoted to NDEs at one of the world's largest medical
research centers. It featured leading researchers from around the world and
panels of experiencers discussing their experiences--most notably childhood
NDEs and those resulting from combat or suicide attempts--and the effects of
NDEs on marriages.
IANDS is proud to offer a special CD with
forty columns that PMH Atwater,
one of the most prolific writers and researchers of NDEs, has written over the
past 25 years for the IANDS quarterly newsletter, Vital Signs. Many readers of NDE literature appreciate
the writing of PMH, as she is fondly known, for its combination of empathy for
NDErs combined with her research findings.
This CD is vintage Atwater.
No one has ever written better about the experience of the
experiencer! Included is the exceptional series of columns titled
"The Seven Most Common Aftereffects," probably the best descriptions
of what it feels like after experiencers return from their NDEs. This is a must read for all experiencers and anyone
close to them - family members, friends, mental health and medical
professionals - who want to understand why so much has changed for these
All the presentations from the 2005 IANDS conference at
on one CD (Click here for details ). Now you
can listen to some of the world's leading researchers and the NDEs of many experperiencers while you are driving, taking a walk
or just relaxing at home.
Each presentation is a separate MP3 file that can be played in your car's CD
player (most newer cars have MP3 compatible CD players), on your computer or
home CD player, or it can be loaded onto an iPod or other MP3 player.