Steve Taylor – NDE’s are one of the most mysterious and uplifting experiences humans have.
Elva Thompson – We are as a species unplugged from our Source Field.
Jan Engels-Smith – Their view is vastly different from the Western perspective.
Vic Bishop – Is death the end, or is it the beginning?
Anna Hunt – What makes us who we are?
Amy Lansky – Is it death, or some kind of transition?
Buck Rogers – The exploration of human consciousness is the next frontier in science and spirituality.
Julian Rose – To die well, we must live well.
Buck Rogers – Is it possible to manipulate the experience of death with DMT.
M.J. Higby – If today were the last day of your life, would you want to spend it the way that you’re about to?
Media – Anita Moorjani, in a coma ending her four year struggle with cancer, leads to a near-death experience that brings remarkable clarity and understanding of life.
Buck Rogers – The singularity point between science and spirit may be approaching more rapidly than ever.
Video – Does everything about a person disappear at death? The brain? It stops working, then dissolves. But what about awareness? Does our consciousness end forever?
Randi G. Fine – No one can live our lives for us. Each of our souls must essentially travel the eternal journey alone.
Video – Two of the world’s most important spiritual texts from the past: the Egyptian and the Tibetan “Books of the Dead” and the teachings they share.
Video – Discussion of Ernest Becker’s three main solutions to the death problem: the religious solution, the romantic solution, and the acceptance that death is inevitable.
Christina Sarich – You may already know that junk food is bad for your health, but you may not realize how bad it can be.
Video – Carl Gustav Jung was a Swiss psychiatrist, influential thinker, and founder of analytical psychology. Here he speaks about death and the human psyche.
Ida Lawrence – So why do we say that our loved ones aren’t really gone? It is because we know we are more than physical: we know because we are the observer of ourselves.
Steven Bancarz – Chances are, if you were brought up in a religious background you believe that there are only 2 places you can go: Heaven and Hell.