26 minutes | Apr 16, 2021

Bruce Greyson on the After life

Bruce Greyson is Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences at the University of Virginia School of Medicine. He was the immediate successor to the Carlsson Chair after the legendary Ian Stevenson, who founded the Department of Perceptual Studies in the University of Virginia in 1967. Ian is famous for his meticulous studies of children who remember previous lives but he also researched near-death experiences in India. Bruce was a co-founder and President of the International Association for Near-Death Studies and Editor of the Journal of Near-Death Studies for many years and author of The Handbook of Near-Death Studies.Bruce’s research for the past four decades has focused on near-death experiences and particularly their after-effects and implications. He established the standard and widely used Greyson Scale on NDEs. His academic work has been translated into twenty languages and used in hundreds of studies worldwide. He has published more than a hundred scholarly articles about near-death experiences and gives regular addresses at international conferences on the matter. After is Bruce’s first book to bring his ground-breaking research to general readers and has been widely reviewed. He will be a keynote speaker at the 2021 Beyond the Brain conference in November and is speaking on his book at a meeting on Friday April 23rd 2021. Imaginal Inspirations is hosted by David Lorimer, Programme Director of the Scientific and Medical Network and Chair of the Galileo Commission, an academic movement dedicated to expanding the evidence base of a science of consciousness. www.scimednet.orgwww.galileocommission.orgwww.mysticsandscientists.orgwww.beyondthebrain.orgWorks mentioned:After by Bruce GreysonLife After Life by Raymond MoodyThe Light Beyond by Raymond MoodyChildren Who Remember Previous Lives by Ian StevensonScience, the Self, and Survival after Death : Selected Writings of Ian StevensonProduction: Martin RedfernArtwork: Amber HaasMusic: Life is a River, by Magnus Moone
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