Eight of the On Demand Videos have been approved by the Arizona College of Nursing for Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) credits, for a total of 8.78 credit hours. Please go here for more information.
On demand streaming videos now available on Vimeo.
Here is the audio of Stephan A. Schwartz on the Hieronimus & Company talk radio show over Baltimore, Maryland’s WCBM 680-AM from 9-6-15.
From an interview published in the UK’s Daily Mail, as reported by Bioethics News (Georgetown University), here is an interesting scientific study on the persistence of Consciousness After Clinical Death.
Dr. Jim Tucker, Return to Life – Extraordinary Cases of Children Who Remember Past Lives
How could a two-year-old in Louisiana remember details about being a World War II pilot shot down over the Pacific? Or how does a boy in Oklahoma recall being a Hollywood extra – and every detail is verified?
For the last fifteen years, Dr. Jim Tucker, Professor of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences at the University of Virginia, has traveled the country meeting families, hearing stories like these, and trying to determine if the children’s memories are valid. Board-certified child psychiatrist, Dr. Tucker became intrigued both by the children’s reports of past-life memories and by the prospect of studying them using an objective, scientific approach.
Hear about these and other fascinating cases, and discover the value Tucker believes this research holds for us.
Listen to an excerpt from his radio interview here. Dr. Tucker is one of the featured speakers at The Final Transition Conference.
“Virtually all experts agree that medical professionals will need additional training. Many doctors are uncomfortable talking to patients about planning for death.” (NY Times, editorial published 7/25/2015).
One of the primary purposes of this conference is to better educate professional medical provides and caregivers about life’s “final transition”. Just exactly what does this mean? Come to The Final Transition Conference to find out more about this important topic.
Here is a short audio clip from the longer interview by Pam Oslie with Larry Dossey, MD, on why he likes the Final Transition Conference as a way to better understand our relationship to the “One Mind” concept.
Having “The Talk” – It’s Not About Sex Anymore
The Final Transition Conference prepares families to handle difficult end-of-life preparations
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo., July 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The longer we live, the more likely we are to experience the dying and death of someone close to us. Today when a parent and child have “the Talk” it’s more likely the parent and child are older and the topic is end-of-life.
Discussions about death are no longer off limits. It’s in the news, on TV, in popular literature and part of our lives. It’s okay to be curious. It’s okay now to want to know about dying and even what comes after.
At The Final Transition Conference, produced by Illuminated Partners, LLC, (www.finaltransition.net) discussions of death will be dogma free. Faculty members will probe all of death’s challenges and mysteries.�
For details and to register visit, www.finaltransition.net.� �
Join the conversation Friday, Saturday and Sunday, September 11, 12 and 13 at the Loews Ventana Canyon Resort in Tucson, Arizona.� Registration is $395 per person for all three days and includes breakfast and lunch each day. The price goes up to $495 on August 1st. Register today. Livestreaming also available.
The list of presenters includes:
- Stephan A. Schwartz – founder of the conference. http://www.stephanaschwartz.com/biography/
- Sheila Warnock, Founder and President of ShareTheCaregiving, Inc. http://sharethecare.org/who-we-are/people-behind-stc/
- Betsy MacGregor, MD http://www.betsymacgregor.com/about-betsy.html is a physician who reflects on living, healing and dying amidst the challenging world of hospitals and hospices, the medical professionals who work in them, and the ever present mystery of life and death.
- Cynda Rushton, PhD, RN, FAAN http://nursing.jhu.edu/faculty_research/faculty/faculty-directory/acutechroniccare/cynda-rushton – an internationally recognized expert in bioethics and palliative care.
- Barbara Dossey, RN, PhD. http://www.dosseydossey.com/ is a pioneer in the holistic nursing movement.
- Pim van Lommel, MD http://www.pimvanlommel.nl/Pim_van_lommel_eng has lectured all over the world on near-death experiences and the relationship between consciousness and brain function.
- Larry Dossey, MD http://www.dosseydossey.com/is an internationally influential advocate of the role of the mind in health and the role of spirituality in healthcare.
- Peter Fenwick, MD with his wife Elizabeth , has authored The Art of Dying, a study of the spiritual need of near-death patients.
- Julie Beischel, PhD http://www.windbridge.org/windbridge-institute-investigators/ her work explores the relationship between grief and spontaneous, induced, and assisted after-death communication experiences.
- Jim Tucker, MD http://www.jimbtucker.com/bio.html works with children who report memories of previous lives.
- Marilyn Schlitz, PhD http://marilynschlitz.com/bio/ has recently produced a feature film Death Makes Life Possible with Deepak Chopra.� The film will be shown at the Conference.
Contact: Lynn Perez-Hewitt
Another relevant story from the NY Times. Having “The Talk” isn’t just about sex anymore.