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Near-Death Experiences and Satisfaction with Life

Description: Article discussing the relationship between near-death experiences (NDEs) and positive changes in attitudes, beliefs, and values that might be expected to enhance the experiencers' satisfaction with life.
Date: Winter 1994
Creator: Greyson, Bruce
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The Absence of Tunnel Sensations in Near-Death Experiences from India

Description: Abstract: This article questions the recent report by Susan Blackmore (1993) of tunnel sensations in near-death experiences in India, and presents anthropological and methodological reasons for doubting the validity of that finding.
Date: Winter 1994
Creator: Kellehear, Allan; Stevenson, Ian; Pasricha, Satwant & Cook, Emily
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Guest Editorial: Kundalini and Healing in the West

Description: Article discussing kundalini rising, and associated profound physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual changes which are occurring with increasing frequency to uninitiated and unprepared Westerners, often as a result of near-death experiences. A new paradigm in health care, emerging as a complement to traditional Western medical science, incorporates a variety of body-based and psychological therapies that validate the role of the True Self in health and wholeness and work with energetic and experiential phenomena such as kundalini.
Date: Winter 1994
Creator: Harris, Barbara
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An Assessment of Physicians' Knowledge of and Attitudes Toward the Near-Death Experience

Description: Abstract: The purpose of this study was to investigate physicians' knowledge of and attitudes toward near-death experiences (NDEs). The study population consisted of 143 staff physicians in the Baptist Memorial Hospital System. Participants completed by mail a modified version of Thornburg's (1988) Near-Death Phenomena Knowledge and Attitudes Questionnaire. Less than one-fourth of the physicians had a well-grounded knowledge base regarding NDEs, while two-thirds had a positive attitude toward NDEs. These data suggest the need for inservice programs for medical and nursing staff regarding near-death phenomena. Further studies assessing physicians' knowledge of and attitudes toward NDEs are recommended utilizing a larger population from a wider geographical region.
Date: Winter 1994
Creator: Moore, Linda Hutton
Partner: UNT Libraries