An international authority on near-death states, Dr. P.M.H. Atwater L.H.D. uses the culmination of her research to establish that the near-death phenomenon is not some kind of anomaly, but is part of the larger genre of transformations of consciousness. 

She combines her 43 years of near-death research with experimentation in altered states of consciousness, mysticism, psychic phenomena, and the transformational process: to reveal what transformations of consciousness really are, why we have them, and where they may lead us. 

Do you have an exploring death story you’d like to share with Lisa? Please leave a comment on the podcast or contact Lisa at Lisa@ExploringDeath.com 

 

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Show Notes

  • Atwater’s story – 3:03
  • Her goal to present factual material – 5:50
  • What she did in the sixties – 6:30
  • A suicide story – 10:21
  • Breathing control – 13:42
  • You never know what is going to happen – 13:56
  • Past-life regression  – 15:09
  • Sharing some stories that she had lived – 18:26
  • Taking people to their past lives – 19:32
  • How her husband left her – 20:23
  • Wanting to be normal like everybody else – 21:44
  • Being born with synesthesia – 23:17
  • One book for each death – 25:12
  • Talking about her books – 25:58
  • Dying so many times in 1977 – 27:12
  • Fighting to be a human being again – 29:11
  • Fear is the mind-killer – 29:41
  • Having more than one Near-death experience – 32:00
  • Moving to Virginia and beginning her research – 33:12
  • Knowing that she is completing her mission – 35:25
  • Lisa reads some cards for Atwater – 40:30
  • Lisa reads some cards about her conversation with Atwater – 42:00

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One Response to “Near-Death Experiences Are More Common Than You Think! with P.M.H. Atwater – Episode 93”

  1. Jenna

    P.M.H. is very sweet and funny in this interview. It is amazing how many different things she has been involved in and accomplished during her long and interesting life, I love how she says she never did anything small. It is interesting how she was one of the original near-death experience researchers and how her own near-death experience affected her so powerfully in 1977. I like how P.M.H. eventually realized she had a choice about the topics of her books and that she could write what she wanted to. I could tell while listening to the interview that she is very driven and devoted to her work, and I like how even at her age and after everything she has accomplished that she still wants to write more books. I really enjoyed this interview.

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