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The common qualities of the near-death experience include feelings of profound peace, out-of-body sensation, meeting with “beings of light” and with one’s deceased relatives, reviewing on’s life and a reluctance to return. Dr. Moody explores the significance of these experiences for our understanding of the collective unconscious, emphasizing the value of wisdom and love as being primary in human life.

After a colossal and mysterious accident a young talented architect comes back to his senses in a very odd world that only resembles the reality. This world is based on the memories of the ones who live in it – people who are currently finding themselves in a deep coma.

Habiba Awada is a PU student majoring in Accounting and Finance. She is a lucid dreamer and she is passionate about the topic. In her talk, Habiba takes us through a lucid dream journey to explore such a parallel universe. Habiba Awada is a PU student majoring in Accounting and Finance. She is a lucid dreamer and she is passionate about the topic. In her talk, she will take us through a lucid dream journey to explore such a parallel universe. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.

On 18 April 1857, Rivail (as Allan Kardec) published his first book on Spiritism, Le Livre des Esprits (The Spirits’ Book), comprising a series of answered questions (502 in the first edition and 1,019 in later editions exploring matters concerning the nature of spirits, the spirit world, and the relationship between the spirit world and the material world. 

Last night I sat down to watch an interesting new movie called astral. Another horror movie based on the premise that astral projection is a dangerous and occult practice where anyone willing to try will open up a gateway to demonic creatures waiting to attack, and I have to say I liked it…

How a near-death experience transformed the psychologist’s attitude to the world of mysticism and magic. A 68-year-old Carl Gustav Jung – then the world’s most renowned living psychologist – broke his fibula. While in hospital, he suffered a heart attack. Treated with oxygen and camphor, he lost consciousness and had a near-death and out-of-the-body experience.