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"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

09:31 min | 2 months ago

"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"A dear friend, Dr Raymond Moody, Paranormal My Life in pursuit of the afterlife author with Paul Perry. It's a HarperCollins 2012 release. And, really folks, If you all have read any of other doctor movies, books, you won't be disappointed by that. Some of you may have read life after loss or life after life for the last laugh. Reunion's coming back the light beyond reflections on life after life, Ray, you sitting around all the time doing nothing. Yeah, I just love to write about how beautiful it's just lovely. All right, So we were talking about the near death experience, and you shared this beautiful story just before the break up. Out a neurosurgeon and others who talked about Their own awareness. The consciousness shifted in the environment, and they had a greater awareness. Now you write in your work paranormal that as a psychiatrist, and as a philosopher, you've been interested in all these subjects because they help people and you were led to the issue of reincarnation. Even though in the beginning it wasn't really something that you Not a great deal about or believed him. Well, I certainly wasn't something I believed then, um or disbelieved in either. It was just my my association once again. Going back to the Greeks is my wife. Went sound. I'm so boring, really. I mean, I just have one basic subject, And that's the amazing event that took place in ancient Greece and lead tol Western thought as we haven't and, um Um, you know, somewhere along the way, people have gotten the idea that the idea of reincarnation is the recent import into the West, but actually Um Path. Angara's was the person who introduced, um, reincarnation into Western thought. And after him, Plato and then a yet another one of the early philosophers in Pettit, please. Specifically wrote about past life memories and so on. So I had been aware of it in that context, But what happened was back in the eighties. I was, um Psychology professor, and there was a lot of interest in this. And I have a friend who's a clinical psychologist who was Doing it. She had been using hypnosis and her work just to relax. People work to help them with smoking and so on, But she found it sometimes that they would spontaneously. Go back to some apparent past life. And so she showed me how to do it, and I began to do it with my students. And I'm Um Was. You know it is. It's one thing I can say about it is it's nothing like the scoffers say, you know, the starting position is Oh, these people are very suggestible and hysterical and everybody is always either Napoleon or Cleopatra. But that's just not correct. You know, the reality is that Very sophisticated, uh, graduate students of psychology. You know, I took some of them back through this and it's it's an impressive experience and Um But It's very difficult to draw a conclusion from something like that. But what has happened to me, though, in the last Few years is that I've had my two little kids talk about. And incidentally, I should explain that my wife and I don't talk about life after death. We talk about how to pay the phone bill. What's for dinner tonight? What's on that The movies, um, had to help the kids with their homework and so on. And, um And also we don't go to church and this this being Alabama. And, um so Um So, um Uh, harder we adopted at birth. And 1998 July 20th 1998 when he was born. And we were there for the birth and my wife was the first person to hold him but he was born. And, um And so, Carter, you know has been with us from all those years. Well, when he was about five, he and I were sitting on the bed upstairs. And I was flipping through the channels with the remote control. And I flipped through this channel. Whereupon Courreges became extremely animated. I mean, just Jabbering ways. Dad! Dad! Dad, That's my village. That's my village. And I clip back and it was a documentary about village life in China. So for some years thereafter, he he talked to us about his his mother and father and his brothers and sisters and China and he's he's fascinated by China. That's just if it's amazing, and Then. He was, You know, I was just so I'm sure stunned, I guess is the word By this and a Carter picked up on that, and he looked at me. And He said. Yeah, yeah, And as the voto Orient me, he said, And then I was up in the air. Look up in the trees looking down at you and Mom lying and the craft. And I knew exactly what he was talking about because Five years before he was born. My wife and I went toe. We were in Greece and we were just tired out, so we Right. This archaeological site. And, um The antenna could tell. We were just worn out. So he said, Well, you know, just go over there and lie on the grass. And we did. We took a nap in the grass. And what we were talking about was adopting a child. Hmm. Now Fast forward yet, though, that were not enough. I mean, it takes a lot of this for May. Wake me up, but within the last year Have this very brilliant child who is She's 11.5. She's my daughter. And she is Blackfeet. Indian. Him, Okay? We adopted her at birth on foot. And Carol and threw her, um, the nature of her. Tribe. I guess you know they were hunter gatherers, and she just At the time. She was just very tiny. She loves go on walks with me. She wouldn't ride on the stroller she wanted out. And she takes his long walks with me. And, uh, we live out of the woods kind of order a rural area. And so About a mile from here. This is little wooden bridge where she likes to stop and to Talk. We talk on that bridge and then with Jim within this last year Just out of nowhere on our walk. So I don't like this point, And it was obvious that what she meant was this whole world. And so can I was just amazed. I don't even think I said anything, but I'm sure my face registered. And comprehension or something. And then she said, Yeah, you know, she said. When you die, just go up and you'll be with God and he holds you up there. So all the people you've known while you're alive had done died. And then he sends you back is another person. I was astonished I would think How did what makes you think it of whatever and she Wanted with her fingertips, both sets of fingertips deeply like pointing into her mind or inter Turk's head, and she said He said. Oh, no, she said. I just know and my mind And she said I was with God and God pointed you out to me. He said. You've got to go down and be his daughter. And So I said, Well, how did you feel about that? And she said, Oh, I didn't want to do it. Wanted to stay with my God E. But then she put her hands out both pairs of hands in front of her very vigorously and pushed a couple of times and she said that God pushed me here. To be your daughter. And I said, Well, are you glad you came anyway? And she said, Oh, yeah. So you see. Because of the experience I have with those kids. And I know how well they're insulated from all of this. I mean, I just don't come for sure. When I talk about I like to read the new scientist. You know what's going on in science? We don't talk about life after death at home that That's when I talk about in my My professional life right? And so this is just very impressive again. And, of course, there have been so many now collected stories of Children's recall of past life and Dr Ian Stevenson and then his daughter have done such a beautiful job..

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"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on Lore

Lore

02:51 min | 9 months ago

"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on Lore

"There's magic in the unexplainable isn't there. I know it feels uncivilized to hear stories about ancient Cultures Dreaming Up Wild explanations for natural events that we've all grown used to but those stories make powerful points. The unexpected and unusual has always been attractive to us and I think it always will. I know that we've conquered a lot of it. Over the centuries through science and exploration we've put the earth into a proper perspective we brought in our understanding of the universe and we've gained a deeper appreciation for the world. We live in but no matter how far and wide we search there will always be things that defy our assumptions. And that's what's so wrong about. The story of the twin girls raised by John and Florence pollock despite no prior knowledge of the sisters who lived and died before they were born. These twins seem to break the mold. It wasn't so much about what they had in common with each other as we might expect but what they had in common with the past and that commonality has caused researchers to scratch their heads for decades at the center of much of that research. Was the child psychologist that the politics hired back in the early sixties. Dr Ian Stevenson visited the family at home on numerous occasions and spent hundreds of hours with the girls in an attempt to find the logical explanations behind their eerie connection to the past. He even studied them later in life after they'd grown into adulthood over the course of his career he would go on to study many more children who demonstrated similar characteristics. He dove deep into the world of reincarnation and published at least a dozen books on his research before his death in two thousand seven and to this day. The final chapter still unwritten. The explanation he had searched for is still eluding us but he did uncover one unique bit of information during his time with the pollick twins. It seems that in the larger conversation about behavior and words and memories of places or toys the girls had never experienced before Stevenson went looking for proof that was more tangible and he found it you see for a long while. Jillian and Jennifer thought to be physically identical same hair color same color same smile and laugh and everything else you would expect from. Mahnaz got twins twins born from the same egg. They were as they should be mirror images of each other but not quite because Dr Stevenson notice something that John and Florence had failed to point out a small birthmark. Just outside Jennifer's right. I and another around her waist. They weren't visible on Jillian but they did have a connection to another member of her family. They were the very same locations on the body where her sister? Jacqueline received her mortal wounds.

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"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

Nobody Told Me!

04:40 min | 9 months ago

"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!

"Tremendous amount of work supporting not just non-local consciousness. That is the reality things. Like telepathy of pre cognition psycho nieces. Pass like memories and children indicative of reincarnation in fact that group currently headed by Jim Tucker originally by Dr Ian Stevenson has basically studied more than twenty five hundred cases of past life. Memories in Children. Where the best explanation is of reincarnation and people haven't read that literature will say that's crazy. Reincarnation can't be real out remember past lives and yet there's also a whole world of trans personal psychology. That is opened up over the last few decades. Thanks to the work of brilliant clinical scientists like Michael Newton. Dr Brian WICE and Dr Stan Groff And basically they came to realize in doing psychological work with their patients that the best explanation and understanding of the challenges an occurrence lifetime has to realizing it. Souls have been here before and this is a tremendous kind of bigger model of consciousness. That's rising up in this world today. Scientifically studied and and very much supported even At the far edges of things like quantum physics which is the most proven veal in history of science all pointing to the primacy of consciousness that our brain doesn't create consciousness but is simply a a filter a transceiver that allows primordial consciousness to manifest into this physical world through these physical bodies but in many ways. We're all connected through that one mind and that's an important thing to remember. This is why the scientific evidence is so powerful that will change this world. And reinforce this notion that we're all connected. We all depend on each other. Dislike the life view in a near death. Experience shows that the boundaries of self in many ways artificial. We're all sharing the dream of the one mind and that is where I think the modern science and this thing that we discussed in great detail as improve of having in my second amount of heaven but especially with my life partner and Co author of the third book living in a mindful universe. We talk a lot about this. Entire scientific revolution that is well on its halfway towards changing this world and it'll change it for the better Because we've treated each other poorly by thinking that were separate that was teaching materials science whereas in fact of the more quantum informed version of the signs of consciousness shows that were truly all connected just like in that life review you experience it as the emotional impact of your actions on other people around during your lifetime. You don't experience from your perspective. That's a very interesting feature which really shows that the golden rule treat others as you would like to be treated is actually written into the very fabric of the universe. He said that what happened to you while you were in. That COMA IS HANDS DOWN. The most important story you will ever tell. And I'm wondering if you feel it's especially important for you to share that story now when we're in the midst of a frightening pandemic and people have had to say goodbye to their dying loved ones from a distance absolutely and that in fact is why a Karen Newell and I might as again my life partner and founder of Sacred Acoustics. A which is a flaw or be rainy trained for deep meditative states. That's why we've started an entire program that access at United in hope and healing dot com and that is to help people through this challenge of the of the of the Kobe. Pandemic all and a lot of what it is teaching us. It's the biggest challenge. Most of us have faced in our lifetimes. It probably the biggest health challenge that the world has faced in more than a century and I am very optimistic about where it's going to lead us up. People tend to get very depressed and anxious about the destruction of our economy. And that kind of thing you're exactly right is just the time to remind people of this bigger lesson. And that's why united in hope and healing dot com is a project that involves every other thirsty. Webinars it Karen. I broadcast often with special guests to help people deal with this Kobe. Pandemic and in fact come two ways of seeing the silver lining on that dark cloud because I fully believe that this pandemic will help us to become much smarter.

"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

12:25 min | 1 year ago

"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

"Out. Go back to our regularly scheduled program so i'm actually now. I am going to slip out of blessed. Lilia the ass and tell a different story. This is the story about delors. Jay and i love this deejay deejay deejay so d._j. Tanner four and speaking of have you seen that video. That's an circulating with nick offerman michelle without looking moustache when all three of the girls on you take screech out of that so laurie d._j. Delors jay was born into a lower middle middleclass family in clarksburg here so here she is in west virginia and that's kind of important to note west father men uh-huh this is about my father speaking in tongues worked as a cutter and a local glass factory. She attended the local grade school middle school and high school at the age of eighteen she. She married her husband carol j whom she met in high school he was also j. or is it just an initial harold j okay so this is kind of just to show that very normal normal simple upbringing right well carol her husband. I gotta make sure you know it's a husband is carol is usually a woman's name. Oh carol carol i. I'm caroline l. Still the husband became a methodist christian minister who started to practice hypnosis in nineteen fifty four initially to help people get relief from chronic pain so he would just practice practice this little still do that today. Oh absolutely we'll deloris. His wife was having back pain and on may tenth nineteen seventy carol carol conducted a hypnosis section with the aim of relieving pain section section words when and hypnosis carol ask deloris does your back heart chicks back and she replied nine. Oh german young for no absolutely nine sure. Are you sure he didn't tell her on a skeletal. What was your pain. He's like this is picking on may thirteenth nine hundred seventy and another hypnosis section dolores saints. Thanks section sexy session. God notice hypnosis said no. She's home. I got hypnosis session can't do it. She said it it been gretchen which means my name is gretchen and her name is dolores. In hypnosis. Canosa sessions conducted over the over the next few months gretchen. This gretchen person appeared repeatedly in spoke only german. I only know one gretchen and that's why i'm thinking of the same way you know. After ten sessions a native german speaker was invited to participate in session who had a full conversation with gretchen cheon in german on april twenty third nineteen seventy-one delors with forty words in german during a manifestation of gretchen. Maybe she has possessed mister. She needs to be exercised. We'll see we'll see what happens of interest the handwriting of gretchen so she wrote. This out was different than the handwriting of delors jay. We'll dolores swear she'd never learned german and she could not understand or speak german in her normal state of consciousness so am none ties german not hypnotized the english so then this doctor he's like an expert in all this ian stevenson and actually wrote pictured to the right because i copied it from an article nerd i heard what he looks like to the right the right unlike beyond say when you heard about this case he traveled <hes> where the jays live to research what was going going on and on september second nineteen seventy-one stevenson who knew german participated in a session and had a conversation with dolores in german. That's amazing yeah. He didn't enlisted several other german speaking individuals to participate in the session where gretchen emerge and they had full conversation so this'll be an example of zeno lelio because they understand the langley exactly yeah exactly but there's a paranormal thing going on here. We'll stevenson found that gretchen spoke two hundred and thirty seven different german words in this transcripts which there's a lot she used one hundred twenty specific words before anyone else had said them which indicates that she wasn't just matching conversation and repeating what they were saying to to her this dr ian stevenson went to great lengths to rule out that she may have learned by normal means you know what if she just was studying in bed at night with the sheets pulled over and and he had her undergo undergo polygraph lie detector test and on february fifth nineteen seventy-four she passed chris. You're thirty so you're it just getting seventy four. That's your born seventy five she has to she had not learned it ever to this to this gretchen the emerging he also interviewed her parents boyd and laura skidmore skit bullets her sister mary skidmore all three sides statements that no one they knew spoke german and there were no german speaking individuals in the area where they lived. That's kind of this the main story but it's like well. What does this gretchen like what is happening thing with gretchen. She said her name was gretchen. Gottlieb in that she lived with her father whose name was herman. She described him as old white hair. She would chuckle when describing her father riding a horse so she would like had this whole personality. She said her mother erica had died. When she was eight years old. She had no brothers and sisters so she has an entire life. She said her father was the mayor of eberswalde germany where they lived. She said that she never went to school which was normal for girls at the and that she could not reader right when you say like you know. What time period is this well. There's this in the seventies. Edition called a boon boozer at that she would mention that you'd be scared when she would mention in this position so past life regression now right. You're getting closer so ian stevenson noted that the boons d'arret was a cabinet in germany that was active from eighteen seventy five to in one thousand nine hundred which was powerful in this had to that that was a powerful person had to approve all the bills during her statement regarding this person stevenson assume that gretchen then lived in the nineteenth century in germany because that's never he was alive so they're like well. This is that long ago like are you alive. I've looked what is going on while gretchen said that she was dead by age sixteen so she died when she was sixteen. She said she had a serious illness with the primary symptom of a headache and and the i guess the woman of dolores would put her head in her hands and made facial expressions to convey suffering at times though gretchen did not seem to realize that she was dead and some sessions she thought she was speaking to interviewers on the street near her home and after a while she would clear to the interviewers that she had to go home so her father there wouldn't be upset if he saw her out later talking to strangers what they're they basically say the paranormal aspect of this as they say that it was an episode of reincarnation that that somehow gretchen was reincarnated and we need yeah. It was like that's that hypnosis is what brought that reincarnated state. We have to do an episode said on reincarnation and past life regressions. That's why i've never had a crystal like this. So that is the story of delores j alia example all and reincarnation reincarnation ed. Yeah isn't that wild. That's insane ohio so my second story is <hes> do with foreign accent syndrome. <hes> this case actually comes from an actual medical journal journal called frontiers in human neuroscience since it is an actual case study. They did not release the person's name <hes> the article was published in two thousand sixteen discusses thirty-three-year-old french-speaking lady from belgium. It also says she is right. Handed which i thought was assuming is important but apparently it's not so. She was raised speaking french. Previously there was no family history of any brain disorders early. Learning learning disability had received all normal results in her schooling in two thousand thirteen. She had contacted a neurologist stating that she had developed a dutch or german like accent. The accident came about around six months after she was hit by a car while crossing the street while delivering food from the bakery where she worked wait so she actually healed from this accident. Everything was fine and then suddenly bam six months after she wakes up one day and he's like good and she said that after a few months after the accident there was an abrupt upped changes in her personality as well personnel changes so much that she was let go from her jaw. She continuously had arguments with our colleagues customers and even her manager feature not soon after she was let go. She developed a foreign accent. This was about june two thousand twelve and her accident had happened in december of twenty eleven she she did not lose consciousness when she had had her accident and walked away with only a few bruises getting a clear record from the hospital. There's very minor head trauma but otherwise everything was absolutely normal one week following her accident she started having a very <hes> having very painful headaches and vertigo and so she has done hospil hospitalized for three days. This fairly recent sent twenty eleven hundred twelve yeah all tests came back normal but it was concluded that she may have had a concussion now four months after the accident she against on urologist who again found found nothing wrong during the visit. She told the doctor that she felt she had become someone else. After the axing considering her outbursts that she has having wow she also stated she has having a hard time focusing focusing and was always tired. She mentioned mentioned her accent change. Which he said was much more noticeable when she was tired with that she was taken for an m._r._i. Which again came back inconclusive a year later she went to another neurologist still complaining of an accent change attention problems and sometimes fusion intesting. She had difficulty with some basic language articulation according to her other people were saying that she spoke a dutch accent she continued to have behavioral problems. Avoiding many social situations she claimed boredom loss of interest and other symptoms of depression shedding neurological assessment a year after her accident which found a discrepancy between her verbal performance and her i._q. Level yeah so like her what she was speaking and writing was not accused of the same level has her aka wow that's wild yeah. She then had a psychological assessment in which <hes> she was found to laugh without any reason as well as stating in inappropriate comments her egos her egocentric and narcissistic cystic tendencies were also confirmed a video from before her accident were compared to video from a year after her accident which with huge differences were found. Most notable was the troll that is common in the german language. <hes> this woman was diagnosed with foreign accent syndrome without any visible damage to the central nervous system. Although it was concluded there were some psychological issues present. It was said that the accident will lessen whenever there was any kind of psychological breakthrough but still be there in the end. The woman was diagnosed with breath f._a._s. as a result of her accident with persistent psychological concerns as well so in this case. There's hard to save his truly result of her accident or result of her psychogenic issues in the study. It was concluded that is hard to provide evidence for direct casualty between the psychological factor in how it plays into f._a._a.'s either way. F._a._s. is a rare condition that is absolutely fascinating wa so they never were able to draw conclusions from this. Everything looks normal yeah well. It almost sounds like the case of that dude who had that railroad accident the thing because it just like changed her who what i think too is is if you notice how it would when she was put under pressure that's when she gained the accents so she lost her job and all all the stress caused that accident to like change in her brain. Sometimes i could traumatic incident can p._t._s._d. Deputy s._t. or even electric schizophrenia dispossessing identity sort of their personality changes when they're under different situations of stress and maybe that's that's language disciplined order for her. It's funny to me that like she lives in belgium and she adopted belgium accent whenever she was there these speaking donald belgium and then germany belgium okay it's like wow and so he lived in texas and he adopted texan accent. Wow that's great. It was amazing. I'm blown away. This.

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"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

11:45 min | 1 year ago

"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

"Middleclass family in clarksburg here so here she is in west virginia and that's kind of important to note west father men uh-huh this is about my father speaking in tongues worked as a cutter and a local glass factory. She attended the local grade school middle school and high school at the age of eighteen she. She married her husband carol j whom she met in high school he was also j. or is it just an initial harold j okay so this is kind of just to show that very normal normal simple upbringing right well carol her husband. I gotta make sure you know it's a husband is carol is usually a woman's name. Oh carol carol i. I'm caroline l. Still the husband became a methodist christian minister who started to practice hypnosis in nineteen fifty four initially to help people get relief from chronic pain so he would just practice practice this little still do that today. Oh absolutely we'll deloris. His wife was having back pain and on may tenth nineteen seventy carol carol conducted a hypnosis section with the aim of relieving pain section section words when and hypnosis carol ask deloris does your back heart chicks back and she replied nine. Oh german young for no absolutely nine sure. Are you sure he didn't tell her on a skeletal. What was your pain. He's like this is picking on may thirteenth nine hundred seventy and another hypnosis section dolores saints. Thanks section sexy session. God notice hypnosis said no. She's home. I got hypnosis session can't do it. She said it it been gretchen which means my name is gretchen and her name is dolores. In hypnosis. Canosa sessions conducted over the over the next few months gretchen. This gretchen person appeared repeatedly in spoke only german. I only know one gretchen and that's why i'm thinking of the same way you know. After ten sessions a native german speaker was invited to participate in session who had a full conversation with gretchen cheon in german on april twenty third nineteen seventy-one delors with forty words in german during a manifestation of gretchen. Maybe she has possessed mister. She needs to be exercised. We'll see we'll see what happens of interest the handwriting of gretchen so she wrote. This out was different than the handwriting of delors jay. We'll dolores swear she'd never learned german and she could not understand or speak german in her normal state of consciousness so am none ties german not hypnotized the english so then this doctor he's like an expert in all this ian stevenson and actually wrote pictured to the right because i copied it from an article nerd i heard what he looks like to the right the right unlike beyond say when you heard about this case he traveled <hes> where the jays live to research what was going going on and on september second nineteen seventy-one stevenson who knew german participated in a session and had a conversation with dolores in german. That's amazing yeah. He didn't enlisted several other german speaking individuals to participate in the session where gretchen emerge and they had full conversation so this'll be an example of zeno lelio because they understand the langley exactly yeah exactly but there's a paranormal thing going on here. We'll stevenson found that gretchen spoke two hundred and thirty seven different german words in this transcripts which there's a lot she used one hundred twenty specific words before anyone else had said them which indicates that she wasn't just matching conversation and repeating what they were saying to to her this dr ian stevenson went to great lengths to rule out that she may have learned by normal means you know what if she just was studying in bed at night with the sheets pulled over and and he had her undergo undergo polygraph lie detector test and on february fifth nineteen seventy-four she passed chris. You're thirty so you're it just getting seventy four. That's your born seventy five she has to she had not learned it ever to this to this gretchen the emerging he also interviewed her parents boyd and laura skidmore skit bullets her sister mary skidmore all three sides statements that no one they knew spoke german and there were no german speaking individuals in the area where they lived. That's kind of this the main story but it's like well. What does this gretchen like what is happening thing with gretchen. She said her name was gretchen. Gottlieb in that she lived with her father whose name was herman. She described him as old white hair. She would chuckle when describing her father riding a horse so she would like had this whole personality. She said her mother erica had died. When she was eight years old. She had no brothers and sisters so she has an entire life. She said her father was the mayor of eberswalde germany where they lived. She said that she never went to school which was normal for girls at the and that she could not reader right when you say like you know. What time period is this well. There's this in the seventies. Edition called a boon boozer at that she would mention that you'd be scared when she would mention in this position so past life regression now right. You're getting closer so ian stevenson noted that the boons d'arret was a cabinet in germany that was active from eighteen seventy five to in one thousand nine hundred which was powerful in this had to that that was a powerful person had to approve all the bills during her statement regarding this person stevenson assume that gretchen then lived in the nineteenth century in germany because that's never he was alive so they're like well. This is that long ago like are you alive. I've looked what is going on while gretchen said that she was dead by age sixteen so she died when she was sixteen. She said she had a serious illness with the primary symptom of a headache and and the i guess the woman of dolores would put her head in her hands and made facial expressions to convey suffering at times though gretchen did not seem to realize that she was dead and some sessions she thought she was speaking to interviewers on the street near her home and after a while she would clear to the interviewers that she had to go home so her father there wouldn't be upset if he saw her out later talking to strangers what they're they basically say the paranormal aspect of this as they say that it was an episode of reincarnation that that somehow gretchen was reincarnated and we need yeah. It was like that's that hypnosis is what brought that reincarnated state we have to do an episode said on reincarnation and past life regressions and that's why i've never had a crystal like this so that is the story of delores j alia example all and reincarnation ed. Yeah isn't that wild. That's insane ohio so my second story is <hes> do with foreign accent syndrome. <hes> this case actually comes from an actual medical journal journal called frontiers in human neuroscience since it is an actual case study. They did not release the person's name <hes> the article was published in two thousand sixteen discusses thirty-three-year-old french-speaking lady from belgium. It also says she is right. Handed which i thought was assuming is important but apparently it's not so. She was raised speaking french. Previously there was no family history of any brain disorders early. Learning learning disability had received all normal results in her schooling in two thousand thirteen. She had contacted an urologist stating that she had developed a dutch or german like accent. The accident came about around six months after she was hit by a car while crossing the street while delivering food from the bakery where she worked wait so she actually healed from this accident. Everything was fine and then suddenly bam six months after she wakes up one day and he's like good and she said that after a few months after the accident there was an abrupt upped changes in her personality as well personnel changes so much that she was let go from her jaw. She continuously had arguments with our colleagues customers and even her manager feature not soon after she was let go. She developed a foreign accent. This was about june two thousand twelve and her accident had happened in december of twenty eleven she she did not lose consciousness when she had had her accident and walked away with only a few bruises getting a clear record from the hospital. There's very minor head trauma but otherwise everything was absolutely normal one week following her accident she started having a very <hes> having very painful headaches and vertigo and so she has done hospil hospitalized for three days. This fairly recent sent twenty eleven hundred twelve yeah all tests came back normal but it was concluded that she may have had a concussion now four months after the accident she against on urologist who again found found nothing wrong during the visit. She told the doctor that she felt she had become someone else. After the axing considering her outbursts that she has having wow she also stated she has having a hard time focusing focusing and was always tired. She mentioned mentioned her accent change. Which he said was much more noticeable when she was tired with that she was taken for an m._r._i. Which again came back inconclusive a year later she went to another neurologist still complaining of an accent change attention problems and sometimes fusion intesting. She had difficulty with some basic language articulation according to her other people were saying that she spoke a dutch accent she continued to have behavioral problems. Avoiding many social situations she claimed boredom loss of interest and other symptoms of depression shedding neurological assessment a year after her accident which found a discrepancy between her verbal performance and her i._q. Level yeah so like her what she was speaking and writing was not accused of the same level has her aka wow that's wild yeah. She then had a psychological assessment in which <hes> she was found to laugh without any reason as well as stating in inappropriate comments her egos her egocentric and narcissistic cystic tendencies were also confirmed a video from before her accident were compared to video from a year after her accident which with huge differences were found. Most notable was the troll that is common in the german language. <hes> this woman was diagnosed with foreign accent syndrome without any visible damage to the central nervous system. Although it was concluded there were some psychological issues present. It was said that the accident will lessen whenever there was any kind of psychological breakthrough but still be there in the end. The woman was diagnosed with breath f._a._s. as a result of her accident with persistent psychological concerns as well so in this case. There's hard to save his truly result of her accident or result of her psychogenic issues in the study. It was concluded that is hard to provide evidence for direct casualty between the psychological factor in how it plays into f._a._a.'s either way. F._a._s. is a rare condition that is absolutely fascinating wa so they never were able to draw conclusions from this. Everything looks normal yeah well. It almost sounds like the case of that dude who had that railroad accident the thing because it just like changed her who what i think too is is if you notice how it would when she was put under pressure that's when she gained the accents so she lost her job and all all the stress caused that accident to like change in her brain. Sometimes i could traumatic incident can p._t._s._d. Deputy s._t. or even electric schizophrenia dispossessing identity sort of their personality changes when they're under different situations of stress and maybe that's that's language disciplined order for her. It's funny to me that like she lives in belgium and she adopted belgium accent whenever she was there these speaking donald belgium and then germany belgium okay it's like wow and so he lived in texas and he adopted texan accent. Wow that's great. It was amazing. I'm blown away. This.

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"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

12:16 min | 1 year ago

"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Called radio out there he is a qualified astrologer psychic and medium and back in two thousand twelve did what he terms a post graduate course in medium ship at the world famous Arthur Findlay college in the United Kingdom welcome back very even with his new work past lives unveiled very always a pleasure to have you on the show your right to be back in thank you for inviting me how are things down under well look it's mid winter here but the temperatures are pretty warm so we don't know whether it's global warming a what's going on but gun complain too much I guess you were with me in November of accomplished a couple years ago how quickly time flies by but you've done a great job with this new book past lives unveiled you even got past regressive a hippie hypnosis yourself did you yeah look I had a couple from cover my other books is well off the life and no goodbyes but in this particular one I worked with them a guy called Peter Smith than previous just the outgoing president of the Michael Newton institute and they trained with Michael Newton and did with rational social things like that luck between live programs run them in Australia and he and I become really good friends he put me through some really amazing regressions this is well and if it's an incredible experience towards being regressed and then suddenly find yourself in a in another time and space all together slides do you think most people have very look this is a question that comes up quite a lot but it's difficult because everybody has you know has a unique life and who knows I mean I've been told by my contacts in the spirit world that this is my sixty six blocks what are the note but I I I think some people can go on and had many many lives it's it just depends how many we need how many we have and that that's on the on this particular planet you know we we do have lots of other other will do well well that's interesting the thought to is what determines how many lives you may or may not help well it's out of the hands released we don't sort of sign up remember the beginning but as as we've talked about before life here is what we were managing for having a human experience in a human body but once our energy disappears out of that body it's back to the world of spirits out blood would want to call it then we plan the next stage all the journey a spiritual journey as previously described with the lineage of souls and this can go on over many many thousands of years really because of about an instance in the in the hopes that that goes back thirty thousand years but it it just depends on how we handled the count life that we're in as to where we go from here because we there's a reason for past losses the reason for continuing live it's not just something that you pop in here for a few years and then switch off the this week to the wall and bang everything goes black that's the end of it there's a lot more to life than you know go to menu down seventy some things yourself life is an ongoing thing what determines Perry in your opinion when we stop these reincarnated life's how do we get to the end of the road here well once again this is an individual process yeah but if it's decided by the powers that be really insist on as on the earth and every other will I guess the other towns that that will kind of what's going on in our lives and once we get to the end of our journey here and on many other worlds then as far as I can without we sort of just get absorbed back into the the source of all creation and you can call the source the great spirit gone what if you like but that too is that the huge energy source from my experience and when we are able to be just assimilated back into that then we would disappear back and will who knows what happens then because I haven't talked to anyone who's come back from that yeah the title of your book is telling past lives unveiled tell me about that well when we were born a veil drops there's no way we could possibly want to remember or even a court remember all about past lives but the veil drops it it's an expression really I'm and if it's not a cook mass such but it's it's a kind of fell through the memory and we have been able to start each life of rage so I figured that if we gonna fix for past lives in we've got a list that felt good against Roosevelt come out the other side and just do a little bit of exploration to see what it's all about how far we can go back why I want to go back there but once we once that file is loaded and you wouldn't want to have it I mean could you imagine being stuck somewhere in a situation where you would have got a group of people maybe someone you met for the first time and all of a sudden this memory comes flooding back of some horrible thing that if you want to fly and then not have children apostle of the battle the only one for husband over the roof you off in in business or whatever you would want to exactly Russia over the price of what you it could be very very embarrassing so we go to start off each life some of fresh the the vial drops not children quite often do remember and this this is where we get a lot of wonderful instances let children remember in the past lives what is the importance of examining past lives what does it do for us what is not just a Hollywood behind come experiences of of mention in my book the the fact that we explore pop flies is not just something to do with a with some Sunday afternoon or something it we got that for a reason because as we got from lifetime to lifetime we bring back issues to resolve Colin comic issues full of unresolved issues many different things but we also come back to work with other people so the whole thing is the when we come back into its lock on and not working with these issues then it just depends on how will we treat them it's live on if we can get through the issues come out the other side of the tough with set out those well we're back in the afterlife and or in between life and death it depends how we go each lifetime and of course so many of us until we got more will come of that we got to come back again it was all the calm of the quill making in this locked on so the whole object is balance you think people who have been despicable as human beings will reincarnate and get better or what happens to them well once again the other but he's got a unique story and the one thing I have been told this by the way that from Mike my spirit context we don't come back at the the mosquito or a cockroach on them you wake one with a rolled up newspaper don't worry about it you know in the killing your best friend from five thousand hits but yeah look it it's it's a it's a difficult question that one really why is it so important for some people to understand who they were in a past life in also berry why don't we remember our past lives in our physical body right now for example what does it take regression in order to recollect when the body is is like an empty vessel when we come into it and we bring back a spiritual energy and that comes with the mind of course and we look at the mine which is broken up into the consciousness of conscious the conscious mind is about five to ten percent of the whole mine that's the vilified area then we moved on into the sub conscious which is ninety to ninety five percent and that's what we got back into a lease the Gulf memories sub conscious memories and many different areas of the store they from lifetime to lifetime so that's what we're able to access but it's it's it's a complicated sort of thing but once we realize that we had we not coming back into a body just to have a bit of fun and and and with what we can at the end of it all we are here for a purpose and that purpose is the evolution of our soul I think most importantly it's a journey and we need to keep on improving we need to drop off and and resolve any issues from us people having experiences until we don't need to come back anymore is there a protective mechanism within our system to bury that prevents us from recollecting these past lives wall were you know moving along in this life well once again I think that goes back to the final question George because once the violence dropped and and this is done at a the sub conscious level we've really got a field in the area to be able to access these memories they're not just flooding into unconsciousness all the time conscious mind is is there any other things to worry about you know when we got a week tonight when we're gonna sleep with double by god hello going through my school exams whatever whatever the the sub conscious then retains all of these forgotten memories but if they are looking beneath the surface but the conscious mind is going to many other things to worry about to be able to even think about that sort of thing nor do we need to worry about usually yet it seems now this is interesting that children tend to remember their past lives without any regression how does one well the young ones to George and then there's a guy called Dr Ian Stevenson who well yeah one of the best the card the trees are cut with the university of Virginia as you as you will now show and he underwent incredible amount of testing well in about three to four thousand children and he found that the majority of the kids that came back with pockets not members the days with stuff off about two or three years of age but then but if I'm not going to affect the six or seven those memories hello autumn have come back there's been some Amazing Stories of children we have to remember who that will in a past life and even saying things that effeminate will my real family my real family lives over in that other village over there all this other part of the world or whatever when I was with my other family and they keep talking like this if you can imagine the things that all yeah absolutely there goes the gun check up on these things I find that yeah a lot of these memories are absolutely spot all it was a case of that James Leininger the little boy who was a World War two pilot in another life any got everything right but he had this is without fear of flying from the time he was only a few months old and I mean he knew that the tires blew out on landing and things like that is incredible it is also able to give the name of the the ship the aircraft carrier that he was on the took off and died in his previous life is and then turn the world and then Tucker was someone a man like that did they also take him to a reunion as a little boy and he recognized some of the soldiers years gone past yeah if it is indeed and he actually mentioned a couple of names before they took him down when he met up with them at the reunion he was able to identify them without having ever met these Ayman course that were built early gentleman by this site he was unable to recognize a site that is that's a thought and and he was right it's the staggering fact that looks great if you knew of your past lives how could you use that then in your current life to be beneficial what about hearing working out what we need to look at in this particular line and there's some fantastic stories a founding in the the whole research area five the people have been able to access.

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"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

09:48 min | 1 year ago

"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Having me. So I guess the first question here, I mean, I think we all kind of ponder, this every once in a while, during the course of our lives, particularly I would say as we get older, and we start to approach him or mortality, I'd like to say, mortality, but mortality is the word at what point in your life. Did you become so interested in this topic that you started to pursue researching it? Well, I had studied it from the point of view. These stern philosophy since about nineteen so I was quite comfortable with it. I started with reading the bug about gator just after high school, you know. And it just made perfect sense. I don't recall any struggle with it or anything like, oh, okay. But I launched a one man video production company in about nineteen ninety seven and when I did that I thought, well, I don't wanna get so caught up in the commercial end of it that I lose the creative side. Because really, I started with an interest in, you know, fine art photography and got into video, and I really was more of an artist than a businessman which ended up. That's the way things ended up. You know. But I said, well, I wanna have a creative project and, and long story short. I woke up one morning and I knew it was going to be about reincarnation. I don't know what discussion I had with whom you know, everybody leaves their body at night. You know, when they sleep, so they'd be I had a discussion with somebody, but anyway, I woke up, and I knew that was gonna be the topic, but I had no idea there was any research that had been done by scientists and by lay persons in the western world. And as soon as I started on the project, I mean. We started encountering with the work of Carol Bowman, and Dr Ian Stevenson than some others. Realize they've been quite a bit of work done. So, so you're saying then your interest in the topic to the point of actually researching coincided with your interest in the creative project kind of started at the same time. It was just I wanted some creative project. You know, I didn't have any idea what it was gonna be on it at that time. You mentioned a couple of names here, and I actually wrote those names down as well. Let's, let's talk about a few of those people because they're, they're instrumental, not only in your film, but in the research, that has been done on this particular topic. So tell us who Dr Ian Stevenson was. Well, he was a psychiatrist who was very interested in the phenomenon that had been around for a while. He wasn't the first one to discover it I believe that part Mahachi Okinawa talked about it years before, for example, but it's a children who had very clear recall of a previous lifetime, usually, the most recent lifetime and usually it turned out that they have died violent deaths, which seems to play into it, somehow interpreted remembering things. So clearly, and I personally think I can't attribute this, but I think it's partly people that haven't gone through the normal process of going into the astral realm and jesting their spirits, and coming back through, and then going through this forgetful this process. Some of those children died violently and the reincarnated very quickly and they didn't go through that. So they didn't lose their memories. That's Mike airy. But anyway, he started. Studying this non and having this scientific background, he started studying that, you know, very rigorously taking very careful notes, and eliminating all the possible, explanations, you know, normal explanations, if he's come up with and he has, you know, cases. But if I understand at least two hundred fifty very, very strong cases, that very difficult to explain away by any normal means because these children with member do tails talking, you know, before h seven or so young children, sometimes as soon as they can talk, and they insist on their parents, try to show them up and they can't, and they want to go see their real parents. They remember the names and they remember the the town and what they used to do. And eventually, they'll find say, okay, we'll take you, you know, so they take them to the town and they try to test them. And the kid knows his way around, and he knows where he used to live, and he knows his sister, and he acts appropriately emotionally to different people. You know, the former husband of the former mother-in-law, whatever it is he acts appropriately. He knows where the money was buried in the tech yard and, you know where he wrote his name over the door, and so forth. And he also has a talent he knows how to run the machines that used to run when he was, you know, lifetime and there's a lot of different indicators, not only that, but he may have a birthmark right where he was shot. So Dr Steelers investigated that non also it goes on and on and on. And there's no question that it's, you know, he says that suggestive of reincarnation because as a scientist, he has to say that, but he proved that might pay. I suppose in you did address this a little bit. But what you're saying here is that in Stevenson's work, he not only listen to the words of these children, but he then went to verify their words in a historical record, I'm assuming, but also with the children on site or in some other way, he was able to determine that these weren't just the fancies of imagination. Took statements by children and by witnesses the parents or relatives of what the child had said before knowing whether those statements were correct or not. And when I say statements, he might get twenty thirty forty statements that could be either proven or disproven, you know, and, and then they would check them out, and they would check out, you know. So it's important to keep in mind that he tried to shoot down each case you know, as, as though he were a skeptic, he tried his very best think of any normal explanation, you know, and kind of whittled it down that way. And you said when it came to about two hundred fifty of these cases he just couldn't explain any of it away. Well, each case taken by itself, might have some flaws, you know, it wasn't perfect because, you know, the maybe the statements were written down before the kid went there, or who knows, you know, each one had a little flaw in it. Maybe it wasn't necessarily any one case it was absolutely perfect, but we put two hundred fifty of them string together pretty clear. What's going on? Yeah. And I also notice that the there's a geographic or maybe a cultural of concentration to some of this. It's more common. Those stories were more common in, in believe Indian families and in eastern cultures. Is that correct? It's it appears to be correct. I think it's more a matter of whether those cases came to light or not there does seem to be a difference in the number of details. Remember the western kids, don't remember as they might have six, you know, instead of forty memories still Sixers enough to, you know pretty much established that it's real. But that seemed to be a difference as I understand it. But as near as I can tell the cases come to light, where the parents aren't against aren't absolutely dead set against I even remember. I'm pretty sure I remember this that, you know, my father was in the merchant marine, and at some point, he was talking about ships, and I blurted out, you know, you know, that I was on ships to and what happened was, I got shut down that. Family, where reincarnation is accepted, and they say, oh, tell me more. So those cases get, you know, brought to public attention or to the tension, researchers in the ones like mine never see the light today than you than what we mean. Here is that maybe in western cultures, particularly in the United States. Children are conditioned to not believe not talk about it or not. Remember those details. Well shoulder. Apparently, stop most children lose the memories at about age seven. Somewhere in there. It's my personal theory that just about also remember them before. Then maybe not that much detail. But, you know, all children have past life memories until about age seven. This is mytalk station. Dr Jim Tucker who is Dr even Stevenson's successor disagrees with me on that. So I'll just put that as my own. I think Carol Bowman would agree with that. We're gonna talk about Carol Bowman on the other side of the break, because we've got to go to break here in about a minute. But you mentioned the Dr Stevenson's successor was he the gentleman interviewed in your documentary talking about Stevenson's work. No. That was Tom Schroeder, who travelled duck, and he was an editor for the Washington Post. Dr Tucker, I interviewed him after the documentary and posted it online, and it's done more or less viral can be found pretty quickly. But it didn't end up in the documentary. It was it was that gentleman who of kind of went to verify Stevenson's Stevenson's work. And he felt pretty convinced that again in at least a number of the cases that there was no, no, what would be considered normal explanation other than what we're talking about tonight. Pretty hardcore skeptic, and he was convinced here. All right. Well, we're going to continue the conversation after the break, we've got a lot of discussion left with Stephen cycle areas. We're talking about reincarnation, and we would love to take your phone calls on the topic in the second hour of the program at eight four four six eight seven seven six six nine..

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"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

10:31 min | 1 year ago

"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on KNSS

"Find a station in your area that carries the program. And if there's one in your area that doesn't carry the program in you think they should go go to their website. Click on the contact us thing and let them know about it. Anyway, today, we're gonna be talking about reincarnation. This is a topic that has a lot of people not only curious but fascinated in very, very interested, especially our guest tonight, Stephen cycle areas is the director of a film that looks at the topic, plus author couple books that discuss the topic, particularly his own reincarnation experiences. Stephen welcome to beyond reality radio. It's a pleasure to have you here. Thank you for having me. So I guess the first question here, I mean, I think we all kind of ponder, this every once in a while, during the course of our lives, particularly I would say as we get older, and we start to approach him or mortality, I'd like to say, mortality, but mortality is the word at what point in your life. Did you become so interested in this topic that you started to pursue researching it? Well, I had studied it from the point of view. These stern philosophy sometimes about nineteen. So I was quite comfortable with it. I started with reading the bugaboo gator just after high school, you know, and it just made perfect sense. I don't recall any struggle with it or anything. It's like, oh, okay. But I lost a one man. Video production company in about nineteen ninety seven. And when I did that I thought, well, I don't wanna get so caught up in a commercial end of it that I lose the creative side. Because really, I started with an interest in, you know, fine art photography and got into video, and I really was more of an artist's been a businessman which ended up. That's the way things ended up, you know. But I said, well, I wanna have a creative project and, and the long story short, I woke up one morning and I knew it was going to be about reincarnation. I don't know what discussion I had with whom you, you know, everybody leaves their body at night. You know, when they sleep, so they'd be I had a discussion with somebody, but anyway, I woke up, and I knew that was gonna be the topic, but I had no idea there was any research that had been done by scientists and by lay persons in the western world. And as soon as I started on the project, I immediately. Started encountering it with the work of Carol Bowman. And Dr Ian Stevenson, and some others realize they've been quite a bit of work done. So, so you're saying then your interest in the topic to the point of actually researching coincided with your interest in the creative project kind of started at the same time. It was just I wanted some creative project. You know, I didn't have any idea what it was going to be on it at that time. You mentioned a couple of names here, and I actually wrote those names down as well. Let's, let's talk about a few of those people because they're, they're instrumental, not only in your film, but in the research, that has been done on this particular topic. So tell us who Dr Ian Stevenson was. Well, he was a psychiatrist who was very interested in the phenomenon that had been around for a while. He wasn't the first one to discover it. I believe that par Mahachi yoga NANDA talked about it years before, for example, but it's of children who had very clear recall of a previous lifetime, usually, the most recent lifetime and usually it turned out that they had died a violent death, which seems to play into it, somehow in terms of remembering things. So clearly, and I personally think I can't attribute this, Dr Stevenson. But I think it's partly people that haven't gone through the normal process of going into the astral realm and digesting their experience and coming back through, and then going through this forgetful this process. Some of those children died violently and they reincarnated very quickly and they didn't go through that. So they didn't lose their memories. That's my theory. But at any rate he started. Studying this, but non and having this scientific background, he started studying it, you know, very rigorously taking very careful notes, and eliminating all the possible, explanations, you know, normal explanations, if he's come up with, and he has, you know, thousands of cases, but as I understand at least two hundred fifty very, very strong cases, that they're very difficult to explain away by any normal means because these children were member do tails, were talking, you know, before eight seven or so young children is sometimes as soon as they can talk, and they insist on their parents, try to shut them up, and they can't, and they want to go see their real parents and they're real say, I'm laying they remember the names, and they remember the, the town and what they used to do. And eventually, they'll find say, okay, we'll take you, you know, so they take him to the town, and they try to test them and the kid knows his way around, and he knows where he used to live, and he knows his sister, and he acts appropriately emotionally to. The different people. The, you know, the former husband of the former mother-in-law, or whatever it is, he acts appropriately, and he knows where the money was buried in the tech yard and, you know, where he wrote his name over the door, and so forth. And he also has a talent he knows how to run the machines that he used to run when he was, you know, in that lifetime. And there's a lot of different indicators, not only that, but he may have a birthmark right where he was shot. So Dr Stevenson investigated. That's non also it goes on and on and on. And there's no question that it's, you know, he says that suggestive if we incarnation because as a scientist, he has to say that, but he proved that my opinion well, I suppose in you did address this a little bit. But what you're saying here is that in Stevenson's work, he not only listened to the words of these children, but he then went to verify their words in a historical record, I'm assuming, but also with the children on site or in some other way. Way, he was able to determine that these weren't just the fancies of imagination. Statements by children and by witnesses parents or relatives of what the child had said before. Whether those statements were correct or not. And when I say statements, he might get twenty thirty forty statements that could be either proven or disproven, you know, and, and then they would check them out, and they would check out, you know, so and it's important to keep in mind that he tried to shoot down each case you know, as, as though he were a skeptic, he tried his very best to think of any normal explanation. Kind of a whittled it down that way. And you said when it came to about two hundred fifty of these cases he just couldn't explain any of it away. Each case taken by itself, might have some flaws you know, they wasn't perfect because, you know, the maybe the statements were written down before the kid went there, or who knows, you know, each one had a little flaw in it. Maybe that wasn't necessarily any one case it was absolutely perfect. But when you put two hundred fifty seven string them together. Pretty clear. What's going on? Yeah. And I also noticed that the there's a geographic or maybe a cultural of concentration to some of this. It's more common. Those stories were more common in I believe Indian families and in eastern cultures. Is that correct? It's it appears to be correct. I think it's more a matter of whether those cases came to light or not there does seem to be a difference in the number of details. Remember, the western kids, don't remember, they instead, they might have six, you know, instead of forty memories is still sixes enough to, you know pretty much established that it's real by that seemed to be a difference as I understand it. But as near as I can tell the cases come to light, where the parents aren't against aren't absolutely dead set against it. I even remember. I'm pretty sure I remember this that, you know, my father was in the merchant marine, and at some point, he was talking about ships, and I blurted out, you know, you know, daddy, I was on ships to and what happened was I got shut down for that. Whereas in a family where reincarnation is accepted, and they say, oh, tell me more. So those cases get, you know, brought to public attention or to the tension, the researchers and the ones like mine never see the light of day. So then you then what we mean here is that maybe in western cultures, particularly in the United States, children are conditioned to not believe, not talk about it or not. Remember those details. Well, also, apparently, stop most children lose the memories at about age seven. Somewhere in there. It's my personal theory that, just about also remember them before, then maybe, not in that much detail. But, you know, also past life memories up till about eight seven this is my interpretation. Dr Jim Tucker who is Dr even Stevenson's successor disagrees with me on that. So I just put that as my own, I think Carol Bowman would agree with that. We're going to talk about Carol Bowman on the other side of the break, because we've got to go to break here in about a minute. But you mentioned the Dr Stevenson's successor, I was he the gentleman interviewed in, in your your documentary talking about Stevenson's work. No. That was Tom Schroeder, who traveled said he was an editor for the Washington Post. Dr Tucker, I interviewed him after the documentary and posted it online, and it's done more or less viral can be found pretty quickly. But it didn't end up in the documentary. And it was it was that gentleman who of kind of went to verify Stevenson's Stevenson's work. And he felt pretty convinced that again in at least a number of the cases that there was no, no, what would be considered normal explanation other than what we're talking about tonight. Pretty hardcore skeptic. And he was convinced. Yeah. Yeah. All right. Well, we're going to continue the conversation after the break, we've got a lot of discussion left with Stephen cycle areas. We're talking about reincarnation, and we would love to take your phone calls on the topic in the second hour of the program at eight four four six eight seven seven six six nine..

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"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

10:27 min | 1 year ago

"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"And if there's one in your area that doesn't carry the program, and you think they should. Go to their website click on the contact us thing and let them know about it. Anyway, we're gonna be talking about reincarnation. This is a topic that has a lot of people not only curious but fascinated in very, very interested, especially our guest tonight, Stephen is the director of a film that looks at the topic, plus author couple books that discuss the topic, particularly his own reincarnation experiences. Stephen welcome to beyond reality radio. It's a pleasure to have you here. So I guess the first question here, I think we all kind of ponder, this every once in a while, during the course of our lives, particularly I would say as we get older, we start to approach him or mortality, I'd like to say mortality, but mortalities the word at what point in your life. Did you become so interested in this topic that you started to pursue researching it? Studied it from the point of view. These philosophies about nineteen so I was quite comfortable with it started with reading the bugaboo gator just after high school. And it just made perfect sense. I don't recall any struggle with it or anything like, oh, okay. But I launched a one man video production company in about nineteen ninety seven and when I did that I thought, well, I don't wanna get so caught up in a commercial end of it that I lose the creative side, because really, I started with an interest in fine, art photography video. And I really was more of an artist than a businessman. Which ended up. The way things ended up, you know. But I said, well, I wanna have a creative project and, and long story short. I woke up one morning and I knew it was going to be about reincarnation, what discussion I had with whom you know, everybody leaves their body at night. You know, when they sleep, so they'd be I had a discussion with somebody, but anyway, I woke up, and I knew that was going to be the topic, but I had no idea there was any research that had been done by scientists and by lay persons in the western world. And as soon as I started on the project, I started encountering it with the work of Carol Bowman, and Dr Stevenson than some others. Realize they've been quite a bit of work done. So you're saying, then, you're interested in the topic to the point of actually researching coincided with your interest in the creative project, kind of started at the same time. I wanted some creative projects, you know, didn't have any idea what it was going to be on it at that time. You mentioned a couple of names here, and I actually wrote those names down as well. Let's, let's talk about a few of those people because they're, they're instrumental, not only in your film, but in the research, that has been done on this particular topic. So tell us who Dr Ian Stevenson was. He was a psychiatrist who was very interested in the phenomenon that had been around for a while. He wasn't I wanted discover it I believe that Parma hot yoga NANDA talked about it years before, for example, but it's children who had very clear recall of a previous lifetime, usually, the most recent lifetime and usually it turned out that they had died a violent death, which seems to play into it, somehow remembering things. So clearly, I personally think I can't attribute this doctor statements, but I think it's partly people that haven't gone through the normal process of going into the Astro elm, and jesting their spirits, and coming through, and then going through this forgetful this process. Some of those children died violently in the reincarnated very quickly, and they didn't go through that. So they didn't lose their memories. That's but anyway, he started. Studying this non and having this scientific background. He started studying it very rigorously taking very careful notes and eliminating all the possible explanations. You know, normal explanations, come up with and he has, you know cases. But I'm trying to stand at least two hundred fifty very, very strong cases, very difficult to explain away by any normal means because these children remember details we're talking before eight seven or so young children. Sometimes as soon as they can talk, and they insist on their parents to show them up, and they can't, and they want to go see their real parents family, and they remember the names, and they remember the, the town and what they used to do. And eventually, they'll find say, okay, we'll take you, you know, so they take him to the town, and they test them. And the kid knows his way around, and he knows where he used to live, and he knows his sister, and he acts appropriately emotionally to. The different people. You know, the former husband of the former mother-in-law, or whatever it is, he acts appropriately, and he knows where the money was buried in the tech yard and, you know, where he wrote his name over the door, and he also has a talent. He knows how to run the machine used to run when he was lifetime. And there's a lot of different indicators, not only that, but he may have a birthmark right where he was shot. So Dr listen investigative phenomenon also goes on and on and on. And there's no question. Suggestive of reincarnation, because he has to say that, but he proved it. Well, I suppose in you did address this a little bit. But what you're saying here is that in Stevenson's work, he not only listen to the words of these children, but he then went to verify their words in historical record, I'm assuming, but also with the children on site or in some other way, he was able to determine that these weren't just the fancies of imagination. Statements by children and by witnesses the parents or relatives of what the child had said before. Whether those statements, correct or not. And when I say statements, he might get twenty thirty forty statements could be either proven or disproven, you know, and, and then they would check them out, and they would check out. So it's important to keep in mind that he tried to shoot down each case you know, as, as though he were a skeptic, he tried his very best think of any normal explanation. Kind of a little down that way. And you said when it came to about two hundred fifty of these cases he just couldn't explain any of it away. Each case taken by itself, might have some flaws you know, they wasn't perfect because, you know, the maybe the statements were written down before the kid went there. Who knows you know, each one had a little flaw in it. Maybe that wasn't necessarily any one case it was absolutely perfect two hundred and fifty of them string together pretty clear. What's going on? Yeah. And I also notice that the there's a geographic or maybe a cultural of concentration to some of this. It's more common. Those stories were more common in believe Indian families in eastern cultures. Is that correct? It appears to be correct on, I think it's more a matter of whether those cases came to light or not, there does seem to be a difference in the number of details. Remember the western kids don't remember have. Might have six you know, instead of forty memories still enough to, you know pretty much established that it's real. But that seemed to be a difference as I understand it. But as near as I can tell the cases come to light, where the parents aren't against aren't absolutely dead set against it. I even remember. I'm pretty sure I remember that, you know, my father was in the merchant marine, and at some point, he was talking about ships blurted out. You know, you know, daddy, I was on ships to. And what happened was I got shut down for that. You're in a family, where reincarnation is accepted, and they said, oh, tell me more. So those cases get, you know, brought to public attention or to the tension to researchers mine. Today than what we mean here is that maybe in western cultures particularly in the United States. Children are conditioned to not believe not talk about it or not. Remember those details. Apparently, stop most children lose the memories at about age seven. Somewhere in there. It's Mike personal theory that, just about also remember them before, then maybe, not in that much detail. But, you know, all children have past life memories. Until about age seven this is Dr Jim Tucker who is Dr even Stevens who's? Disagrees on that, put that as my own, I would agree with that we're gonna talk about Carol Bowman on the other side of the break, because we've got to go to break here in about a minute. But you mentioned the Dr Stevenson's successor was he the gentleman interviewed in your, your documentary talking about Stevenson's work. No. That was Tom Schroeder who traveled. He was an editor for the Washington Post. Dr Tucker, I interviewed him after the documentary and posted it online, and it's on more or less viral can be found pretty quickly. But it didn't end up in the documentary. It was it was that gentleman who of kind of went to verify Stevenson's Stevenson's work in. He felt pretty convinced that again in at least a number of the cases that there was no, no, what would be considered normal explanation other than what we're talking about tonight. Pretty hardcore skeptic, and he was convinced. All right. Well, we're gonna continue the conversation after the break, we've got a lot of discussion left with Stephen areas. We're talking about reincarnation, and we would love to take your phone calls on the topic in the second hour of the program at eight four four six eight seven seven six six nine..

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"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on WWL

WWL

10:30 min | 1 year ago

"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on WWL

"Find a station in your area that carries the program. And if there's one in your area that doesn't carry the program, and you think they should go, go to their website, click on the contact us thing and let them know about it. Anyway, me, we're gonna be talking about reincarnation. This is a topic that has a lot of people not only curious but fascinated in very, very interested, especially our guest tonight, Stephen Secretario areas, the director of a film that looks at the topic, plus author couple books that discuss the topic, particularly his own reincarnation experiences. Stephen welcome to beyond reality radio. It's a pleasure to have you here. Thank you. Invitingly. So I guess the first question here, I mean, I think we all kind of ponder, this every once in a while in the course of our lives, particularly I would say as we get older, we start to approach him or mortality, I'd like to say, mortality, but mortality is the word at what point in your life. Did you become so interested in this topic that you started to pursue researching it? Well, I had studied it from the point of view these philosophy sometimes about nineteen. So I was quite comfortable with it started with reading the bugaboo gator just after high school, you know. And it just made perfect sense. I don't recall any struggle with it or anything like, oh, okay. But I lost a one man. Video production company in about nineteen ninety seven. And when I did that I thought, well, I don't wanna get so caught up in a commercial end of it that I lose the creative side, because really, I started with an interest in fine, art photography video, and I really was more of an artists than businessmen, which ended up. That's the way things ended up. You know. But I said, well, I want to have a creative project and, and long story short. I woke up one morning. And I knew it was going to be about reincarnation, what discussion I had with whom you know. Everybody leaves their body at night. You know, when they leave, so they'd be I had a discussion with somebody, but anyway, I woke up and I knew that was gonna be the topic, but I had no idea there was any research that had been done by scientists and by lay persons in the western world. And as soon as I started on the project mmediately started encountering with the work of Carol Bowman, and Dr Ian Stevenson, and some others realize they've been quite a bit of work done. So, so you're saying then your interest in the topic to the point of actually researching coincided with your interest in the creative project kind of started at the same time. Just I wanted some creative projects, you know, I didn't have any idea what it was gonna be on it at that time. You mentioned a couple of names here, and I actually wrote those names down as well. Let's, let's talk about a few of those people because they're, they're instrumental, not only in your film, but in the research, that has been done on this particular topic. So tell us who Dr Ian Stevenson was. Well, he was a psychiatrist who was very interested in the phenomenon that had been around for a while. He wasn't the first one to discover it. I believe that Parma Mahachi yoga NANDA talked about it years before, for example, but it's a children who had very clear recall of a previous lifetime, usually, the most recent lifetime and usually it turned out that they had died a violent death, which seems to play into it, somehow in terms of remembering things. So clearly, and I personally think I can't attribute this statements, but I think it's partly people that haven't gone through the normal process of going into the Astro elm, and jesting their experience and coming back through, and then going through this forgetful this process. Some of those children died violently and the reincarnated very quickly and they didn't go through that. So they didn't lose their memories. That's Mike but any rate he started? Studying this phenomenon and having this scientific background. He started studying it, you know, very rigorously taking very careful notes, and eliminating all the possible, explanations, you know, normal explanations, if he could come up with, and he has, you know cases, but as I understand at least two hundred fifty very, very strong cases, very difficult to explain away by any normal means because these children with member details, we're talking you know, before h seven or so young children. Sometimes as soon as they can talk, and they insist on their parents, try to show them up and they can't, and they want to go see their real parents real family, and they remember the names, and they remember the, the town and what they used to do, and eventually, they'll find say, okay, we'll take you, you know, so they take him to the town, and they try to test them, and the kid knows his way around, and he knows where he used to live, and he knows his sister, and he acts appropriately emotionally to. The different people. You know, the former husband of the former mother-in-law, or whatever it is, he acts appropriately, and he knows where the money was buried in the tech yard and, you know, where he wrote his name over the door, and so forth. And he also has a talent he knows how to run the machine used to run when he was lifetime. And there's a lot of different indicators, not only that, but he may have a birthmark right where he was shot. So Dr Steelers investigated that also goes on and on and on. And there's no question that it's, you know, suggestive if we incur nation because as a scientist, he has to say that. Well, I suppose in you did address this a little bit. But what you're saying here is that in Stevenson's work. He not only listen to the words of these children, but he then went to verify their words in a historical record, I'm assuming, but also with the children on site or in some other way, he was able to determine that these weren't just the fancies of imagination. Took statements by children and by witnesses parents or relatives of what the child had said before. Whether those statements, correct or not. And when I say statements, he might get twenty thirty forty statements that could be either proven or just proven, you know, and, and then they would check them out, and they would check out, you know, so and it's important to keep in mind that he tried to shoot down each case you know, as, as though he were a skeptic, he tried his very best think of any normal explanation. You know, and kind of whittled it down that way. And you said when it came to about two hundred fifty of these cases he just couldn't explain any of it away. Each case taken by itself, might have some flaws you know, they wasn't perfect because, you know, the maybe the statements were written down before the kid went there, or who knows, you know, each one had a little flaw in it. Maybe it wasn't necessarily any one case it was absolutely perfect hundred fifty string together pretty clear. What's going on? Yeah. And I also notice that the there's a geographic or maybe a cultural of concentration to some of this. It's more common. Those stories were more common in believe Indian families in eastern cultures. Is that correct? It's it appears to be correct. I think it's more a matter of whether those cases came to light or not, there does seem to be a difference in the number of details remembered the western kids, don't remember as they might have six, you know, instead of forty memories still Sixers enough to establish that it's real. That seemed to be a difference as I understand it. But as near as I can tell the cases come to light, where the parents aren't against aren't absolutely dead set against it. Even remember. I'm pretty sure I remember this that, you know, my father was in the merchant marine, and at some point, he was talking about ships blurted out. You know, you know, daddy, I was on ships to and what happened was I got shut down for that. Family, where reincarnation is accepted, and they say, oh, tell me more. So those cases get brought to public attention or to the tension to researchers in the ones like mine never see the light today than than what we mean. Here is that maybe in western cultures, particularly in the United States. Children are conditioned to not believe not talk about it or not. Remember those details. Well shoulder apparently, stop most children lose the memories at about eight seven. Somewhere in there. It's my personal theory that, just about also remember them before, then maybe, not in that much detail. But, you know, all children have past life memories about eight seven this is mine. Turk station. Dr Jim Tucker who is Dr even Stevenson's successor disagrees with me on that. So I just put that as my own, I would agree with that, we're gonna talk about Carol Bowman on the other side of the break, because we've got to go to break here in about a minute. But you mentioned the doctor Stevenson's successor. Was he the gentleman interviewed in your, your documentary talking about Stevenson's work? No. That was Tom Schroeder who traveled. He was an editor for the Washington Post. Dr Tucker, I interviewed him after the documentary and posted it online, and it's done more or less viral can be found pretty quickly. But it didn't end up in the documentary. Was that gentleman who of kind of went to verify? Stevenson Stevenson's work. And he felt pretty convinced that again in at least a number of the cases that there was no, no, what would be considered normal explanation other than what we're talking about tonight. Pretty hardcore skeptic. And he was convinced. Yeah. Yeah. All right. Well, we're going to continue the conversation after the break, we've got a lot of discussion left with Stephen areas. We're talking about reincarnation, and we would love to take your phone calls on the topic in the second hour of the program at eight four four six eight seven seven six six nine..

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"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Now things like that. Next one induced after death, communication and grieve reattachment therapy. Very interesting. Dr Allen boxing is one of the fine. Folks that does does he was a doctor in the VA hospital. And there's something called E M D R, which is an eye movement. Desensitization process. They they've done with veterans who have had post traumatic stress disorder and he found accidentally because he did not believe in the afterlife that when he gave a little too much left right left. Right. Like my finger is moving in front of your eyes. And you're recalling a memory of something very painful or something that happened in the war to detach the memory with the emotion. He would they do this process. I'm not doing Justice how I'm explaining it. But the story goes that he gave a little too much this left right left right movement and the client was like transported into a mental zone. Where not only could that person see their deceased loved ones. But could also see Dr Botkin loved ones. And so that's a trick. Yeah. So Dr Watkins, like don't even believe in this, you know, how? But how could he know this? So he did on the next few people the same kind of thing just to see what would happen, and as it turned out. It's well over ninety percent of people when he administered this could go into that zone and tap into it. And he now calls it ABC induced after desk communication, they can look up online. And then Rochelle, right? There's something very very similar all about helping the grieving so everything even the common denominator in the foundation of everything. I do and I would not be sharing the so much if if it didn't alleviate pain that we feel some grief reincarnation, of course, we all know what that is. But let's get your take. Why there's like big controversy on reincarnation? There are so many people who. Studied like, Dr Ian, Stevenson and others past lives of children like children that would say things like that. And then there's the flipside there's people that say, oh reincarnation. It's not real what it is. It's it's the deceased loved one that is very very close to the person. And they're like the child would be a medium. So I'm of the personal belief in reincarnation because I think personally that were souls having this human experience to learn, and why would we just come once, you know, if which place to get all this education for the soul and learn emotions something we've handled on the show a lot Sandra electronic voice phenomena. I find this to be fascinating. How? Always really clear. I mean, sometimes you hear things like. What? And then when you played on the radio, it's even harder to hear. But it's but there's something there. My first experience was with Tom and Lisa Butler who while they would now called the Transi, but it used to be called the American Association for electronic voice phenomena. And we would record white noise. So it would be any kind of background noise. Really? And then we would play it back in in upload it into computer and play it back and try listening for for and same kind of thing. I I had already taken the medium, ship course. So I knew there was something real. But I still wasn't quite buying into it. And I was at a cabin in a place called the omega center in New York. Rhinebeck New York I had my digital tape recorder. It was raining outside and I just said to. I said, I'm imagining my grandparents and my aunt and uncle uncle there. And I said if you guys are real, and I'm supposed to help people believe in the afterlife said I needed to try to talk loud into this thing holding the recorder. Yeah. I said I'm gonna let it record one minute. And then I'm going to say good night. When I played it back didn't even have to put it into my computer it said and it gave me chills. Good night's Sandra. And then goodnight. Goodnight. Good night, a man's voice. Yeah. And then since then I've heard of the great Sonia Rinaldi who in has been in Brazil. Working with parents free of charge recording the Jeb rush, you know, the chopped up recording right choices. Yeah. Working with a parent and saying talk as if your child is here, and then when it gets played back your child is here. And then when it gets played back very clearly as a children's voices. Let's talk more about all this, Sandra. When we come back in just a moment on coast to coast AM. And of course in our final hour. We will take phone calls. Get daily show updates right to your inbox for free with the coast zone newsletter..

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"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Now things like that. Next one induced after death, communication and grieve reattachment therapy. Very interesting. Dr Allen boxing is one of the fine. Folks that does does he was a doctor in the VA hospital. And there's something called E M D R, which is an eye movement desensitization process, they'd say done with veterans who have had post traumatic stress disorder and he found accidentally because he did not believe in the afterlife that when he gave a little too much left right left. Right. Like if my finger is moving in front of your eyes, and you're recalling a memory of something, very painful or something that happened in the war to detach the memory with the emotion. He would they do this process. I'm not doing it Justice how I'm explaining it. But the story goes that he gave a little too much this left right left, right. I movement and the client was like transported into his mental zone. Where not only could that person see their deceased loved ones. But could also see Dr Botkin loved ones. And so that's a true. Yeah. So Dr Watkins, like don't even believe in this is you know, how? But how could he know this? So he did on the next few people the same kind of thing just to see what would happen, and as it turned out well over ninety percent of people when he administered this could go into that zone and then tap into it. And he now calls it ABC induced after death communication. They can look up online. And then Rochelle, right? There's something very very similar all about helping the grieving so everything even the common denominator in the foundation of. Everything I do, and I would not be sharing the so much if if it didn't alleviate pain that we feel some grief reincarnation, of course, we all know what that is. But let's get your take. Yeah. This big controversy on reincarnation. There are so many people who have studied Dr Ian, Stevenson, and others. Past lives of children like children that would say things like that. And then there's the flipside there's people that say, oh, reincarnation reincarnations, not real what it is. It's the deceased loved one that is very very close to the person. And they're like the child would be a medium. So I'm of the personal belief in reincarnation because I think personally that we're souls having this human experience to learn and why would we just come once? You know, if exactly rich place to get all this education for the soul and learn emotions and something we've handled on the show a lot center electronic voice phenomena. I find this to be fascinating line. How the not always really clear, I mean, sometimes you hear things like. I mean what? And then when you play it on the radio, it's even harder to hear. But it's but there's something there. My first experience was with Tom and Lisa Butler who while they now called the Transi, but it used to be called the American Association for electronic voice phenomena, and we would record white noise. So it would be any kind of background noise. Really? And then we would play it back in an upload it into the computer and play it back and try listening for for words and same kind of thing. I I had already taken the medium, ship course. So I knew there was something real. But I still wasn't quite buying into it. And I was at a cabin in a place called the omega center in New York. Rhinebeck New York, I had my digital tape recorder be raining outside and I just said to. I said I imagining my grandparents and my aunt and uncle uncle there. And I said if you guys are real, and I'm supposed to help people believe in the afterlife said, I need you to try to talk loud into this thing holding the recorder. See I'm gonna let it record one minute. And then I'm going to say goodnight. When I played it back didn't even have to put it into my computer. It said and it gave me chills. Good night's Sandra. And then good night. Good night. Good night, a man's voice. Yeah. And then since then I've heard of the great Sonia in Aldy who in has been in Brazil. Working with parents free of charge recording the gibberish. You know, the chopped up recording. Right. Yeah. And working with a parent and saying talk as if your child is here, and then when it gets played back very clearly as a children's voices. Let's talk more about all this, Sandra. When we come back in just a moment on coast to coast AM. And of course in our final hour. We will take phone calls. Get daily show updates right to your inbox for.

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"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"The parents said, you know, who you're talking to and I don't remember the children's names, but say it was Gary Stevens, Bobby, and then he passed well, the last three children who died in that room were Bobby fees and this renamed so people can see an odd to me. I feel that's very comforting that it's like you say, you know, could it be our imagination. Good. But there's so many stories of people that share. Oh, you know, my dad is here visiting. Okay. He's taking me they want me to go. Now things like that. Next one induced after death, communication and grieve reattachment therapy. Very interesting. Dr Allen boxing is one of the fine. Folks at does does this. He was a doctor in the VA hospital. And there's something called E M D R, which is an eye movement desensitization process, they they've done with veterans who have had post traumatic stress disorder and he found accidentally because he did not believe in the afterlife that when he gave a little too much left right left. Right. Like my finger is moving in front of your eyes. And you're recalling a memory of something very painful or something that happened in the war to detach the memory with the emotion. He would they do this process. I'm not doing it Justice how I'm explaining it. But the story goes that he gave a little too much this left right left, right. I movement and the client was transported into a mental zone. Where not only could that person. See there to see slugged ones. But could also see Dr Botkin loved ones. And so that's a tricky. Yeah. So Dr Balkans, like don't even believe in this. But how could he know this? So he did on the next few people the same kind of thing just to see what would happen, and as it turned out well over ninety percent of people when he administered this could go into that zone and then tap into it. And he now calls it ADC induced after desk communication, and you can look up online and then Rochelle, right? There's something very very similar all about helping the grieving so everything even the common denominator in the foundation of everything. I do and I would not be sharing the so much if it if it didn't alleviates pain that we feel some grief reincarnation. Of course, we all know what that is. But let's get your take on this big controversy on reincarnation. There are so many people who. Studied Dr Ian, Stevenson and others past lives of children like children that would say things like that. And then there's the flipside there's people that say, oh, well, we ended up carnations not real what it is. It's it's deceased loved one. That is very very close to the person. And they're like the child would be a medium. So I'm of the personal belief in reincarnation because I think personally that were souls having this human experience to learn, and why would we just come one, you know, exactly place to get all this education for the soul and learn emotions and something we've handled on the show a lot Sandra electronic voice phenomena. I find this to be fascinating. Now, the not always really clear, I mean, sometimes you hear things like. What? And then when you play it on the radio, it's even harder to hear. But it's but it there's something there. My first experience was with Tom and Lisa Butler, who they would now called the Transi, but it used to be called the American Association for electronic voice phenomena, and we would record white noise. So it would be any kind of background noise. Really? And then we would play it back in an upload it into computer and play it back and listen for words and same kind of thing. I I had already taken the medium, ship course. So I knew there was something real. But I still wasn't quite buying into it. And I was at a cabin in a place called the omega center in New York. Rhinebeck New York, I had my digital tape recorder raining outside and I just said too. I said. I said, I'm imagining my grandparents and my aunt and uncle uncle there. And I said if you guys are real, and I'm supposed to help people believe in the afterlife. I said I need you to try to talk loud into this thing. Holding the recorder see I'm gonna let it record one minute. And then I'm going to say good night when I played it back didn't even have to put it into my computer it said and it gave me chills. Good night's Sandra. And then goodnight. Goodnight. Goodnight. A man's voice. Yeah. And then since then I've heard of the great Sonia Rinaldi who in has been in Brazil, working with parents free of charge recording the G. Appreciate you know, the chopped up recording right voices working with a parent and saying talk as if your child is here. And then when it gets played back very clearly children's voices. Let's talk more about all this, Sandra. When we come back. In just a moment on coast to coast AM. And of course in our final hour. We.

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"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on KTRH

"So there's not any one hundred percent guarantee on every anything. But there are so many stories like Thomas Edison before he died. You'd only say things that are factual and just before he died. His last words he was whispered to his doctor with his eyes wide open. It's so beautiful there and one of the ladies that I know she she studies. This Martha Atkins is her name, and she was in hospice room of a young boy. And just before he passed he was looking in the corner, and he was talking to the corner. And the parents said, you know, who are you talking to and I don't remember the children's names, but say it was Gary Steven Bobby, and then he passed well the last three children died in that. Room where Bobby? This renamed. So people can see an to me, I feel that's very comforting that it's. Like, you say, you know, could it be our imagination. Could. But there's so many stories of people that share. Oh, you know, my dad is here visiting. Okay. He's taking me they want me to go. Now, he's like that. Next one induced after death, communication and grieve reattachment therapy. Very interesting. Dr Allen boxing is one of the fine. Folks that does does he was a doctor in the VA hospital. And there's something called the M D R, which is an eye movement desensitization process, they done with veterans who have had post traumatic stress disorder, and he found accident only because he did not believe in the afterlife that when he gave a little too much left right left. Right. Like if my finger is moving in front of your eyes, and you're recalling a memory of something, very painful or something that happened in the war to detach the memory with the emotion. He would they do this process. I'm not doing it Justice how explaining it. But the story goes that he gave a little too much this left right left, right. I movement and the client was like transported into a mental zone. Where not only could that person. See their deceased loved ones. Could also see Dr Botkin loved ones. And so that's a tricky. And. Yeah. So Dr Atkins, like don't even believe in this. You know, how how could he know this? So he did on the next few people the same kind of thing just to see what would happen. And as it turned out is well over ninety percent of people when he administered this could go into that zone and in tap into it. And he now calls it ADC induced after death communication, you can look up online. And then Rochelle, right? There's something very very similar all about helping the grieving so everything even the common denominator in the foundation of everything. I do and I would not be sharing the so much. If it didn't alleviates pain that we feel some grief reincarnation. Of course, we all know what that is. But let's get your take on this big controversy on reincarnation. There are so many people who have. Have studied Dr Ian, Stevenson and others past lives of children like children that would say things like that. And then there's the flipside there's people that say, oh, reincarnations not real what it is. It's deceased loved one. That is very very close to the person. And they're like the child would be a medium. So I'm of the personal belief in reincarnation because I think personally that were souls having this human experience to learn and why would we just come once? You know, if exactly rich place to get all this education for the soul and learn emotions and something we've handled on the show allot center electronic voice phenomena. I find this to be fascinating. How the not always really clear. I mean, sometimes you hear things like. I mean, you know, what? And then when you played on the radio, it's even harder to hear. But it's but it there's something there. My first experience was with Tom and Lisa Butler, who well they would now called the Transi, but it used to be called the American Association for electronic voice phenomena, and we would record white noise. So it would be any kind of background noise. Really? And then we would play it back and upload it in the computer and play it back and listening for for words and same kind of thing. I had already taken the medium, ship course. So I knew there was something real. But I still wasn't quite buying into it. And I was at a cabin in a place called the omega center in New York. Rhinebeck New York I had my digital tape recorder. It was raining outside and I just said to. I said imagining my grandparents and my aunt and uncle uncle there. And I said if you guys are real, and I'm supposed to help people believe in the afterlife said, I need you to try to talk loud into this thing holding the recording said, I'm going to let it record one minute. And then I'm going to say tonight. When I played it back didn't even have to put it into my computer. It said and it gave me chills. Good night's Sandra. And then good night. Good night. Good night. Amanda. Yeah. And then since then I've heard of the great Sonia Rinaldi who in has been in Brazil. Working with parents free of charge recording. The you know, the chopped up recording. Yeah. And working with a parent and saying talk as if your child is here, and then when it gets played back very clearly as a children's voices. Let's talk more about all this, Sandra. When we come back in just a moment on coast to coast AM. And of course in our final hour. We will take.

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"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

06:33 min | 2 years ago

"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on KNSS

"So there's not any one hundred percent guarantee on every anything. But there are so many stories like Thomas Edison before he died. He's only say things that are factual and just before he died. His last words he whispered to his doctor with his eyes wide open. It's so beautiful there and one of the ladies that I know she she studies. This Martha Atkins is her name, and she was in the hospice room of a young boy. And just before he passed he was looking in the corner, and he was talking to the corner. And the parents said who are you talking to and I don't remember the children's names, but say it was Gary Steven Bobby, and then he passed well the last three children who died in that room where Bobby season named. So people can see an to me, I feel that's very comforting. That is. Like, you say, you know, could it be our imagination. Could. But there's so many stories of people that share. Oh, you know, my dad is here visiting. Okay. He's taking me they want me to go. Now things like that. Next one induced after death, communication and grieve reattachment therapy. Very interesting. Dr Allen Botkin is one of the fine. Folks that does does he was a doctor in the VA hospital. And there's something called E M D R, which is an eye movement desensitization process, they they've done with veterans who have had post traumatic stress disorder and he found accidentally because he did not believe in the afterlife that when he gave a little too much left right left. Right. Like if my finger is moving in front of your eyes, and you're recalling a memory of something, very painful or something that happened in the war to detach the memory with the emotion. He would they do this process. I'm not doing Justice how I'm explaining it. But the story goes that he gave a little too much this left right left, right. I movement and the client was like transported into a mental zone. Where not only could that person see their deceased loved ones. But could also see Dr Botkin loved ones. And so it's intriguing. Yeah. So Dr Watkins, like don't even believe in this. You know, how how could he know this? So he did on the next few people the same kind of thing just to see what would happen. And as it turned out is well over ninety percents of people when he administered this could go into that zone and then tap into it. And he now calls it ADC induced after death communication. They can look up online. And then Rochelle right to something very very similar all about helping the grieving so everything even the common denominator in the foundation. Everything I do, and I would not be sharing the so much if if it didn't alleviate pain that we feel from Greece reincarnation, of course, we all know what that is. But let's get your take why? Yeah. This big controversy on reincarnation. There are so many people who have studied like Dr Ian, Stevenson and others. Past lives of children like children that would say things like that. And then there's the flipside there's people that say, oh reincarnation. It's not real what it is. It's the deceased loved one that is very very close to the person. And they're like the child would be a medium. So I'm of the personal belief in reincarnation because I think personally that were souls having this human experience to learn, and why would we just come what, you know, if exactly rich place to get all this education for the soul and learn emotions and something we've handled on the show a lot Sandra electronic voice phenomena. I find this to be fascinating. Now, the not always really clear, I mean, sometimes you hear things like. What? And then when you played on the radio, it's even harder to hear. But it's but it there's something there. My first experience was with Tom and Lisa Butler, who well they would now called the Transi, but it used to be called the American Association for electronic voice phenomena. And we would record white noise. So it would be any kind of background noise. Really? And then we would play it back and upload it into the computer and play it back and try listening for for words and same kind of thing. I I had already taken the medium, ship course. So I knew there was something real. But I still wasn't quite buying into it. And I was at a cabin in a place called the omega center in New York. Rhinebeck New York, I had my digital tape recorder raining outside and I just said to. I said, I'm imagining my grandparents and my aunt and uncle uncle there. And I said if you guys are real, and I'm supposed to help people believe in the afterlife said, I need you to try to talk loud into this thing holding the recorder. I see I'm gonna let it record one minute. And then I'm going to say good night. When I played it back didn't even have to put it into my computer it said and it gave me chills. Good night's Sandra. And then goodnight. Goodnight. Good night, a man's voice. Yeah. And then since then I've heard of the great Sonia in Aldy who has been in Brazil. Working with parents free of charge recording the gibberish. You know, the chopped up recording right choices. Yeah. And working with a parent and saying talk as if your child is here, and then when it gets played back very clearly has a children's voices. Let's talk more about all this, Sandra. When we come back in just a moment on coast to coast AM. And of course in our final hour. We will take phone calls. Get daily show updates right to your inbox for free with the coast zone.

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"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on KELO

"Welcome back robert davis with us the research by dr ian stevenson robert dunn reincarnation the young children tell us how that ties in the some of this well it it it does to some extent the in saving sending a psychologist and the university of virginia he's studied that memory recall of of reported pass flies and very young children younger than eight years of age and he identified so behaviors which he claims to be suggestive knock inclusive of what we call a good reincarnation um and he considered that these children uh seem to present behaviors our habits skills phobias of the reference person that they claim to have been in the past live and and points is once experiences may contribute going to stevenson's who won is attributes in that present uh light but th these verify factual statements that are made by children up deceased person's family members details of of the previous life which which suggest that there is evidence supports the socalled survival hypothesis is obviously a matter of great debate uh a g i twice even since it at best fit suggestive of reincarnation although people have and jeez also reports that have continued life in an alternate realm uh which ties into this component as well as fear recent quantum mechanics as we as we address prior but but he he looked at some of these uh children and and in the lodge percent of these cases they've been so we were eighty percent he he he complained that at birth mox on these kids what within four inches of the wound that killed him and nearly twenty percent us so had birthmarks marco after the maladies that or in in his work uh could conclude that they would consist with injuries all of the the the path life individual at some incurred yeah at the time of.

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"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"dr ian stevenson" Discussed on KTRH

"This is richard astro honor for carnivora research international were announcing the proof of the efficacy of carnivora and pets this doubleblind studies in the international general of applied research of veterinary medicine entitled the effects of the administration of carnivora on clinical signs in cats after the peach challenged with feline herpes virus what the clinical results of the studies at seventy five percent of the cats are no longer showed signs of their immune condition this is fantastic news it is being peerreviewed in international jumped a doubleblind study to commence shortly will include cash by dr ian stevenson robert dunn reincarnation young children tell us how bad ties into some of this well it it it does to some extent the in saving sending the sick houses and university of virginia you study that memory recall of reported pass flies and very young children younger than eight years of age and he identified so behaviors which he claimed to be suggestive not conclusive of what we call it gets reincarnation um and he considered that these children uh seem to present behaviors our habits skills phobias of the reference person that they claim to have been in a pass life and and point is once past experiences may contribute going to stevenson who won this attribution that present look uh life but th these verified factual statements that are made by children of deceased person's family members beat deals of of.

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