P.M.H. Atwater – Understanding Near Death Experiences

by on March 30, 2011      

in Parapsychology, Spirituality

Author and researcher P.M.H. Atwater, a pioneer in near-death studies, has written over ten books on the broader subject of transformation of consciousness, including Future Memory (1999), Coming Back to Life: The After-Effects of the Near-Death Experience (2001), and Near-Death Experiences: The Rest of The Story (2011). P.M.H. Atwater found her bliss in the written word during the 1960s. She wrote for the Idaho Department of Commerce and Development, Sunset Magazine, and Incredible Idaho Magazine, among others, and built an impressive list of accomplishments and awards. Then, in 1977, she died – three times – and had profound near-death experiences that would direct her research and writing forever. P.M.H. Atwater’s personal near-death experiences are documented in I Died Three Times in 1977 – The Complete Story (2010).

In this interview, we delve into Near-Death Experiences: The Rest of The Story, P.M.H. Atwater’s account of 33 years of fieldwork with nearly 4,000 adult and child experiencers. Near-Death Experiences also covers P.M.H. Atwater’s pre-NDE work, which includes ten years of investigative research into psychic phenomena, altered states of consciousness, mysticism, and the transformational process. In other words, the book’s data set spans an incredible 43 years – and almost 7,000 people. If your curiosity extends beyond the boundaries of life itself, don’t miss this show!

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1 Scota Meritaten October 23, 2012 at 2:51 pm

A FASCINATING programme Kim – thank you for all your wonderful interviews. This one invigorated me no end.

Looking forward to listening to many of your interesting guests. You ARE a rainmaker alright!


2 Kim Greenhouse November 7, 2012 at 5:54 pm

Scota, to know that a segment on near death experiences invigorated you is pretty neat.
May you continue to enjoy the show. Thank you again for your kind words, for tuning in and for commenting.


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