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. 

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  • 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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Chris Batts recently wrote the book: BOOM! The Life and Times of a Suicide Near-Death experience. He has a fascinating story—he grew up in the inner city, and was thrown in a dumpster at six months old as his mother didn’t want him, and he had an emotionally abusive grandmother. Throughout his life, he didn’t see the purpose of being here, and several years ago he decided to end it all. At that time, he had an out-of-body and near-death experience where he met God and His angels. Be sure to stay tuned as Chris will give you some great advice if you’re having feelings of depression, because he’s been there.

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  • Chris’ background and childhood – 1:50
  • A suicide survivor – 2:08
  • Planning his suicide – 3:36
  • His book title – 4:30
  • Feeling an out-of-body experience – 5:47
  • What His angels look like – 6:34
  • When he knew that he met His Guardian Angels  – 11:05
  • Guardian Angels helped Chris to progress with his communication – 11:40
  • How he decided to write his book – 13:34
  • The details of his childhood and heartbreak – 14:55
  • Committing suicide because of depression – 17:15
  • Words of love for the audience – 18:59
  • You never know who actually is concerned about you – 20:45
  • Lisa reads some cards for Chris – 21:03
  • Chris’ book name and where you can find it – 23:47
  • Lisa reads some cards about suicide and being depressed – 25:11
  • Beings of Love and Light message about suicide – 28:00

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Laura Miner is certified in Thanatology: Death, Dying, and Bereavement through the Association for Death Education and Counseling. Dedicated to compassionate end-of-life care for over 20 years, she has been employed as a hospice worker in New Mexico and in Hawaii. She is currently self-employed and resides in Maui. In her spare time, she can be found laughing out loud, writing in her journal, practicing pilates, out dancing salsa, or even dancing in her living room.

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  • Educating the community about what hospice is – 2:20
  • Why she started with death – 3:19
  • Surrounding death and dying – 4:20
  • Fear of death: you are here to live – 5:39
  • Dancing with death – 5:58
  • It is like a fire when someone is dying – 8:34
  • With death, there is no schedule – 11:15
  • The end is unknown – 12:15
  • Laura’s patient story – 13:10
  • An angel in Laura’s life: Ed – 16:06
  • Lisa reads some cards for Laura – 19:13
  • Allowing energy to flow naturally – 20:30
  • There is still the essence of the soul – 24:08
  • Lisa reads some cards about the idea of the end of life – 27:16 
  • Think about what kind of care you want – 27:40
  • How you want your end of life to look – 27:59
  • Beings of love and light thoughts – 29:00


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Brant Huddleston is the host of the podcast and blog “Dance Past Sunset” for active, older adults who want to enjoy peak life experiences well into and even past their sunset years. As a boomer, he is chin-deep in all the issues that affect his generation, staying healthy so he can travel, caregiving for an ailing parent, being there for his kids and grandkids, deciding future care preferences, and how to pay for it all.

On each of his shows, he interviews an expert who shares best practices, tools, tips, and technologies for how to make the most of our best years of life…and even learn about the afterlife. 

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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  • Dance to Death afterlife podcast – 1:50
  • Talking about his mom – 3:20
  • Rebranding his podcast: Dance Past Sunset – 4:07
  • His mom still alive at 94 – 5:32
  • Confronting death is always difficult – 7:29
  • Little deaths – 9:59
  • Dating and the older years – 10:54
  • Things that you learn when you are with older people –  13:33
  • Thinking of things more short term – 16:08
  • Make the most of every moment – 18:30
  • Lisa reads some cards for Brant – 20:39
  • Words of love, a beautiful documentary – 23:43
  • Get in touch with Brant – 25:35
  • Lisa reads some cards about dating – 27:02
  • Look at yourself to see who you are – 28:30
  • A message from the beings of love and light – 29:50

 

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Goldyn Duffy is a Universal Law, meditation, and mindfulness educator. She is a speaker, author, and co-founder of the M21 Revolution, an online collective of leading-edge change makers. With the addition of meditation in her life, she was able to tap into patience she never knew she had before. From this, her relationship with her husband and daughters deepened. Her life became clearer and her freedom to choose was unveiled.

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  • Goldyn’s recent book – 2:59
  • The death of our story‘s thoughts – 3:50
  • Her story in California – 4:44
  • Following your true desire – 5:12
  • Revisiting our traumas – 6:03
  • Carrying your own stories wherever you go – 7:13
  • Using techniques when you lose something in your life – 7:34
  • Feeling better with meditation – 8:40
  • Teaching you how to meditate – 10:13
  • Ten to fifteen minutes that will change your life – 10:57
  • Transforming lives through meditation – 11:33
  • Gaining control of the mind – 14:01
  • A piece of advice from Goldyn – 15:07
  • Seeing life’s gifts – 15:55
  • Ask yourself what you want – 16:33
  • Lisa reads some cards for Goldyn – 18:17
  • Let your old story die – 21:09
  • Get in touch with Goldyn – 22:00
  • Lisa reads some cards about identity creation – 23:13
  • Be honest with yourself – 23:56
  • Find joy in your current situation – 24:30
  • Beings of love and light thoughts – 26:42

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Myra Mossman is a Federal Criminal Appeals attorney who has handled complex cases before the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. In her recently published memoir entitled My Random Death, she discusses her near-death experience and how it has shaped her life’s work.

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  • What inspired Myra’s book – 0:55
  • Having a Near-Death Experience – 1:30
  • Having premonitions before the near-death experience – 2:47
  • No more fear, doubt, or worry – 3:26
  • What happened the day before the near-death experience – 4:20
  • Believing in your intuition – 5:20
  • Seeing the “evil man”- 6:33
  • Change and transformation – 9:01
  • What Myra tells us in her book – 9:57
  • Random death or random murder? – 10:19
  • Takeaways from Myra’s book – 11:09
  • Intuition and coincidences – 11:48
  • Myra’s perspective about emotional intelligence – 13:08
  • Spirituality: not acting for yourself alone – 13:46
  • Myra’s thoughts about her work and criminals – 14:40
  • Witnessing killings in today’s world – 16:22
  • Lisa reads some cards for Myra – 18:09
  • It is not okay to treat others with less dignity – 19:48
  • We are on a voyage to a new world- 20:15
  • No fear or worry in death – 22:20
  • Lisa reads some cards about healing, fear, truth, and passion in life – 24:00

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After the sudden death of her son’s friend, Lisa began reflecting on how she first reacts to someone dying. Even though she embraces death, feelings of sadness, grief, and anger are inevitable. 

On this short but special episode, Lisa wants us to understand that what this “large frame of reference” allows her to do is to see things in a much bigger picture to better understand death, without denying herself from feeling those normal human emotions.

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In her 40’s, Gabrielle went back to school to become a hospice nurse. She shares her difficult journey in her book “Soft Landing”. Becoming a hospice nurse opened her eyes and changed how she saw her world. She discusses some of the wonderful people she cared for until they passed, and the lessons she learned about life through death.

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  • Why Gabrielle decided to become a hospice nurse – 2:46
  • Obstacles that almost made her quit – 3:42
  • The most difficult thing at nursing school – 4:13
  • Figuring out that she was dyslexic – 4:56
  • Being surrounded by death 24/7 – 5:59
  • Death is unpredictable – 8:58
  • Helping the person that is passing to the other side – 10:48
  • Gabrielle’s experience as a hospice nurse – 12:33
  • Gabrielle’s thoughts about car accidents – 15:20
  • Life is urgent – 18:59
  • A tear-jerking volunteer story – 19:31
  • Is a hospice a place where you go to die? – 23:19
  • A hospice is a plan of care – 24:04
  • Lisa reads some cards for Gabrielle – 27:07
  • Gabrielle talks about her book – 30:09
  • Lisa reads some cards about the idea of hospices as a plan of care – 32:26
  • Calling a hospice can bring you strength – 35:35


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Gretchen Bickert is a Sound & Energy Therapist who works with people and animals. She leads group participants on a transformational meditative journey using gongs and other vibrational instruments. She is currently a support staff member and student tutor for the Sound Healing Academy in London and teaches Kundalini, Yoga & Meditation. 

Her interest in the afterlife started when her beloved dog, Ernie, died and sent tangible signs from the afterlife. It was then she began to immerse herself in afterlife research and became certified as a grief counselor for those who are grieving the loss of a beloved pet. Her passion is using sound and energy, along with other holistic modalities, to assist with finding the way back to one’s true self.

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  • The afterlife conference – 3:55
  • Guiding animals through the transition to the other side – 4:46
  • Talking about her dog Ernie – 6:05
  • Losing Ernie – 6:25
  • The messages Gretchen receives from Ernie – 8:04
  • Her mom’s death – 11:14
  • Communicating with your pet – 12:35
  • Ernie wanted to say goodbye to 5 people – 16:40
  • Talking with an animal communicator – 17:34
  • Be in the peace space – 26:28
  • Asking your pet to send you specific signs – 27:27
  • Time is our construct – 38:10
  • Lisa reads cards for Gretchen – 38:48
  • The natural passing of animals – 44:52
  • Talking about euthanasia in animals – 45:58
  • Lisa reads cards about losing a pet – 52:07


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Nikki is a professional Psychic Medium and a Nutrition & Detox expert. She holds a Masters in Spiritual Psychology and mixes Science with Spirituality to empower her clients to unlock their potential and live the life they have always dreamed of.

Listen in as Nykki tells us about her 21 Cleanse, an herbal detox that is used by her clients, and herself, to raise their vibrations while ridding their bodies of the toxins from day-to-day life … without fasting, starving, or sacrificing their lifestyle.

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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  • When did Nykki and Lisa meet? – 2:51
  • The Near-Death Experience Group – 3:33
  • Stocked energy – 5:05
  • How she became a psychic medium – 5:28
  • Having multidimensional experiences – 6:30
  • Her mom’s death  – 7:23
  • Being angry and upset – 8:24
  • Being a Master reading energy and talking with Angels – 9:45
  • Becoming angry with life – 11:09
  • Nykki’s trip to India – 11:29
  • She was close to suicide – 12:36
  • Yoga and meditation – 14:37
  • Her first detox – 15:30
  • Connecting with the other side – 16:21
  • The miracle of the detox – 18:04
  • Removing the stored energy in your body – 24:50
  • Detox programs – 26:10
  • A Real detox – 27:40
  • Lisa reads some cards for Nykki – 30:44
  • We are here to experience joy – 33:15
  • What to do if we are grieving – 34:19
  • Lisa reads some cards about her conversation with Nykki – 39:25

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