Journal of Near-Death Studies, Volume 14, Number 1, Fall 1995 Page: 1

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Guest Editorial: A Call to Reconsider the Field of Near-Death Studies (Article)

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Commentary taking remarks previously made about frightening near-death experiences and the possibility of near-death being a kundalini breakthrough as license to ask for a reconsideration of near-death research.

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A Philosopher's View of Near-Death Research (Article)

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Article summarizing some trends and issues raised by a review of recent articles in the Journal of Near-Death Studies

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Disclosure Habits After Near-Death Experiences: Influences, Obstacles, and Listener Selection (Article)

Disclosure Habits After Near-Death Experiences: Influences, Obstacles, and Listener Selection

Article describing habits of disclosure regarding near-death experiences (NDEs). Major infludences and obstacles to disclosure are discussed, as well as issues involved in listener selection. Finally, some comments about secrecy emphasize the importance of discerning between appropriate, nourishing choices of secrecy and choices of beneficial disclosure.

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Lucid Dreams as One Method of Replicating Components of the Near-Death Experience in a Laboratory Setting (Article)

Lucid Dreams as One Method of Replicating Components of the Near-Death Experience in a Laboratory Setting

Article exploring a large phenomenological overlap among lucid dreams, out-of-body experiences, and near-death experiences, which suggests the possibility of developing a methodology of replicating components of the near-death experience using newly developed methods of inducing lucid dreams.

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Book Review: Beyond the Light: What Isn't Being Said About the Near-Death Experience (Review)

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Review of the book "Beyond the Light: What Isn't Being Said About the Near-Death Experience" by P. M. H. Atwater.

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