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"dr moody" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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02:26 min | Last month

"dr moody" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"They say they become aware of a passageway and they go down this passageway very rapidly, usually, and they come out on the other side into this incredibly brilliant And warm and loving light. They say life It is a far brighter than anything we've experienced while we're alive here and yet it's not uncomfortable his mentor effect. In this light, they feel comfort peace, joy. Um And this Howard fel sense of love. And in that light, they often tell us that relatives or friends of theirs, who have already died seemed to be there almost in the role of a greeting committee to help them through. This transition and they undergo panoramic memory. And which they tell us that Um In an instant. They have to relate This. Is that what we're a temporal sequence, But in the experiencing of it, they say that it in no time everything happens at once. And they say that Everything they've ever done is displayed around them in this Holographic panorama. And they say very often they experience in this in the presence of a comforting being of compassion and love, who helps them sort of review this life. And they tell us that in this review When you see yourself doing some action. That it's like looking at some other person. And that when that action has its consequence, That you are embedded and the consciousness of those with whom you've interacted. And all this takes place in an instant. They have to relate it as though it were a sequence that they think in the experiencing of it. Everything is there once there is no time. And so coming. Some people say they had no idea how they got back. Um, they were just in the slide at one moment. Then the next moment they found themselves back in the hospital room with no sense of transition. Others tell us that they were told they had to go back. That they had things left to do. We have to do something right now. Dr Moody. We have to take a little break. We'll be right back Our guests. Dr. Raymond Moody,.

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"dr moody" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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02:47 min | 1 year ago

"dr moody" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Good evening I wanted to say that I had the privilege of being a student of Dr moody nineteen sixty nine and Greenville North Carolina all right you may remember you suggested to the class one that we wouldn't be in the class because from the dorm to the class or the halfway point from the north yeah that have right halfway point there were infinite number of halfway point were taken and but I'm out of time means we could never make it and I think that I saw you in Las Vegas a few years ago right not only that but then you're our paths crossed again in Charlotte though because I was in law school and you were in medical school yeah view will host his men were out there and you tell me how you act at tempted then writing life after life to impose a scientific methodology on a subject that somewhat defied scientific methodology but we did the best you could with that limitation I'm wondering if you at tempted to impose the scientific methodology and your study of nonsense well I would say a rational method and I would really appreciate what you think about this book because yeah I remember very well you were talking about Zeno's paradox and you tell me you're an attorney right and you tell me that that has really sort of stuck with you over the years and I think that what what this book does it is it magnifies that this is like basically that's carrying on the phone that I was talking about it that and when I when I made that comment small world is an agreement it is yeah very very small Michael thanks for the call of Michael thank you so much man is really wonderful to hear from ya haven't talked since we were in Las Vegas a few years ago that's right all right thank you Michael appreciated next up is a lease in Portland Oregon I at least go ahead hi George the unity I'm extremely honored to be speaking with you and get you to ask a question of the once in a lifetime of from an expert and a living legend hello my grandmother was very inspirational in my early reading habits and your book your first book was one of the first books that she ever had me reading that still in my library pretty anyway so my customers want to know if you have any any facts or information about not just people having a shared and near death experience with their pets but maybe that Merion because they're not as close to the point the person who may.

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"dr moody" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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15:56 min | 2 years ago

"dr moody" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Renter's insurance can be. Doc, Dr moody, did you want to continue the story about finished with that one? I think finished with that. Okay. I wanted to ask you this over the break. I got a message an Email from one of our listeners at said don't worry about all that bliss, George because unless you're a good Catholic, you're going to go straight to hell and burn forever. And they're not going to have to worry about lesser, which I I hope that was sort of tongue in cheek and not intentionally met that way literally. But you do cross lines of religious faiths. There. You know, there are a lot of commonalities, but a lot of divisions there, you you get that kind of a reaction that you're you're well, really interesting, George I hear all the time. Oh, poor mood. Dr moody was was tormented by the medical community. They thought he was not. And so on. And that's a wonderful story. And I almost wish it were true because I do have a little bit of a martyr complex. But in reality, George, it was just not totally not true. I been researching this ten years when I went to medical school in nineteen seventy two. And so there was already some information about I I had friends who were in medical school ahead of me. I would tell my professors I was coming. And so within the first two weeks of medical school eight professors, call me up and tell me either about their own experiences or about experiences, they had heard from their patients, and they were very supportive when I was in medical school. But the reaction that I got and not being a religious person. Suddenly startled me was again to all these letters from fundamentalists who were saying, oh, this is the double and so on and so yeah, you know, that kind of fundamentalist mindset, there's a certain kind of person who has just terrified to say three words, which I find very easy to say is I don't know. And there are certain kinds of people who've got to have an ideology that whatever answer comes up they can kinda crank it out, you know, from a machine, and that's just the psychological condition. It doesn't have anything to do with God. I think that the work that you've done, and that you you've shared with the world you and others is a source of comfort for people both the people that are term and who learn about this. And they've got something to look forward to and encouragement, and then also their families dealing with grief people who've lost their loved ones, and or people who've had near death experiences, and they're happy that you know, that know that other people have had them as well, so religion, you know, I'm not much on religion. I tell you the truth. It's I I like to say that I talk to God every day. And he's never said a word to me about religion. I think let's take some calls on the international. Title line. We have wolf in Vancouver British Columbia, high wolf. Hi, what's on your mind? You guys said, and I your experience. Well, I did have one when I was fifteen. It wasn't bug or alcohol induced sauce. By important to get in how I died, but one minute I was next minute. I wasn't here. I was actually almost like what they see on television. Oh, you're area show fog, and I didn't know that. I was dead. I just felt funny and kind of happy right that I was there where I was. I'll start to figures walking from the Mets come. Before they could come to me. There was hands on the back of my shoulders. And I couldn't see the ham. And there was no speaking. But I was led to be known that I shouldn't be there. And I got really upset like I was like I don't want to I'm happy here. And I said, I don't wanna go to hell. And that was the very first thing I ever came to my mind. Because that's what I was. And I was let me knowing that. There's no such places. How that any review that happens to us like say, we're good to somebody or bad to somebody. When we're good to somebody. No problem. Right. You know, we have to see it in our life review, we become person. And we get the feel what they felt when they were happy with what we did. If that person we feel that exact same thing to change your wolf. Did it change your when you came back? Well, yes, I was so young though, when I came back, it didn't really feel anything different. I was more the situation was I I was stuck somewhere had to escape from it. Right. So anyway, I had to be rescued, but anyway, from that point there, I was just all of a sudden pushed down through a dark tunnel and the tunnel went down really fast, and I feel like not really a win. But I care the washing of going down. There was a little late at the very end of it. And when I entered in the bright light, I slammed back in the. And they sat up and I was like, oh, that's right. Let me get a reaction from Dr moody to the story. So far, Raymond the part of he says about didn't really want to go back. You hear that a lot in this book the light beyond your report that people come back there in their bodies. They're angry. They're angry at their doctors for bringing them back. That's right. Just like our caller is saying and also that that the part that he said that he was told he wasn't supposed to be there. Yeah. Hear that. All the time to people say that they said I had to go back, and I wasn't ready to be there yet. And I had things left to do is what you hear from people all the time first time caller Harry in Denver. I hurry. Good morning. Hello. Hi was. So you're going to share your story with us. Yeah. I when I was in college. This is about fifty years ago. I rented a motorcycle. And I drove up into the mountains from boulder, I was going to see you at the time. And I got up near gross reservoir, and there's a train track that goes. From. Denver to Winter Park. And I got on the train tracks to go back down. And I got an app tunnel. With a train coming at me. Oh my God. And. Why don't we skip over the part where so you get hit by the train? No. But it came within inches of my handle bars. And the only way I can explain that. I wasn't killed. I had some kind of guardian angel looking out after me. So you didn't actually leave your body is it just a close close. Call. No. You know, I hear this a lot to where people will say that. They are in situations where? They should have died. And it's. Just at the last minute. They feel that they sometimes people say that they think that there's a person there you say guardian angel. Yeah. This is one way it's described or that there is a person there sometimes voice that that rescues them. I have a friend who's a neighbor of mine actually who some years ago, he was working in a factory and a two thousand pound crate of window parts fell on directly on it. And he said, oh, you know, this is a matter of fact in the accident his face was torn off, and which is in to avoid creating an anxiety attack and anybody I'll tell you that it worked out. Okay. The the plastic surgeon was able to reattach his face, and you can't even tell but just a horrific accident. But he said that he was thinking I'm dead. But he said, the most compassionate, and sweet voice that he had ever heard said, no, you're not just stand up. So he stood up. But really the doctors involved said there's no way that up, but everybody saw him stand up. So things do happen. Sometimes that the point of death where people feel. Feel that they are even though they they live sometimes not even very badly injured. But nonetheless, fielded a helping figure is there with them to to help them through that sort of an intervention to stop the whole near death experience experience from happening shortcut wildcard line Daniel in Saint Louis. Good morning Daniel. Hello daniel. Hey, I'm here. Actually, it's an honor that you're taking my call molasses clinical social worker and just wanted to put that out there. So. Some of the things that were that you guys are talking about is about that. You know, those unique experiences or like the other side beyond the veil or. Yeah. So many different ways describe that experience. And people will actively work towards this goal through. I think are tried and true methods. So KENDALL leading yoga. I have no idea what experiences, but it's very well described meditation. Astro projects. And something that I I've tried. Wasn't very good at it. But I I guess it's just like Mississippi in general and pollen, certain spiritual process. Really like it's just unclear. What? The methods. Are you know? Well, let's ask Dr moody about it. Dr moody can use sort of acclimate yourself to this prepare for it. There's an article that we posted on the coast website about some Buddhists who meditate quite a bit too can get out of body experiences. Not quite the same as near death. But can simulate sort of that or put you on the path to it through training and experience. Yes, there are various ways and the one that I have all been interested in since eight age eighteen is philosophy Plato sent that philosophy is a rehearsal for dying. And I remember reading that as I was eighteen and I really related to it. And now is the seventy four year old psychiatrist. I'm astonished that an eighteen year old would pick up on that. So you know, vigorously has I did. And I think if you if you continue to think and reflect about death, all your life. Then when it when the time comes. You know, it's it's just part of life and in terms of getting out of your body without having to be near death. There are ways to do that. And sometimes it happens spontaneously. For example, musicians who are playing great music music onstage. Well, some sometimes say that they are projected out of their body. I have a friend Eric pa- Ghani who has well known psychologist in France and also concert pianist and years ago, Eric was telling me that he was playing a concert, and in the midst of the music, he left his body and went into this light and seventeen minutes later. He came back and was sitting at the keyboard, and he played three pieces, and Eric is a very modest person medicine. Eric is one of the sweetest people. I've ever known in my life is very modest. And I said well did the people seem to like the music, and he very modestly. Said well, yes, they seem to fortunately his sister was there and she had been at the concert. And she said as a matter of fact, people were jumping up down yelling, and screaming, resounding applause. But he said then being a psychologist. He said well this happened to me it's happened to others. So he interviewed a lot of his friends who were operatic singers. And so on. You said the same thing that during great music that they leave their body, and they watch it from up above astronomers looking through their telescope sometimes have out of body experiences or the caller mentioned mystical experience and people who are out in the woods. For example, and stains, great beauty will sometimes have mystical experiences are out of body experiences. So you don't have to be near death to have. Ha- have out of body experience. We'll try to get one more call in west of the Rockies Christian in San Pedro. Hey, Christian what happened to you guys doing? Overlooking my story but life, I said. I was sitting for my stepfather who have had who's dying of prostate in the testing phone bone just caregiver make a long story short. I notice in six months. Yeah. There was a spiritual presence. I don't know what it was. I was a family member. I don't know. That I felt that I was not alone. And I was like you said my my uncle's bedside. You just said a few hours to live. It was named his bedroom and the caregiver a nurse. I've never had an experience. I fifty four of I can say it in the final hours of his wife owners that I don't know what it was. But the spiritual flimsy into came in Tuesday..

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"dr moody" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

18:12 min | 2 years ago

"dr moody" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Dr moody because of your books the latest one, by the way, light the light beyond explorations into the afterlife. You know, the whole world knows basically the the essential steps that constitute a near death experience, you know, rising out of your body and seeing the yourself laying down there. The doctors trying to do some work of floating around to other locations beyond where your body is going through a tunnel meeting dead relatives and loved ones, you know, the review of the life the the supreme being and then a reluctance to come back people don't wanna come back. It's so blissful over there. And before we get into specific cases of kids in Indies. I want to ask you about the bliss because I you know, I guess blissful could be great in measured doses. But I'm thinking to myself. I what do you do with all that bliss? You got hot and cold running bliss twenty four seven bliss. How do you pass the time? Because that I think I could see myself looking at my watch. Yeah. Well, except there is no time. Right. It's you and I are accustomed to being oriented to time and play. And and the matter of fact when the psychiatric mental status exam. That's the first thing you ask is if the patient is oriented to time if they can tell you what day it is. What time it is? And where they are. But when people go into this other state of existence what they say is that it doesn't operate by space and time, but it's more like love and information is how I heard. My friend, Dr ebanon Alexander describe it a few years ago. So it it doesn't work on time and space, and people will tell you, for example, that if you have a question, it's automatic that knowledge appears just by you're requesting it and NFL that used to sound so weird back in the late sixties and early seventies. When I was first talking with lots of lots and lots of people who have this. But now with the internet, it doesn't sound nearly as strange as it used to right? I guess my question would be more. Like, okay time doesn't matter. You got all the time. There is time doesn't exist. And you've got all the knowledge you need. What do you do with it? If we're talking about sort of the near death experiences. Giving us a glimpse into what our purpose might be in this life. What's the purpose of that one? If it's just bliss all the time, are you? Yeah. Or you're writing. I don't know. I don't know. And it's also very difficult to for people to put this in towards matter of fact, that's probably the most common thing that people with near death experiences. Saying is that no matter how are they may be or how many degrees or languages, they stay they say there are no words for that. And that you are into an entirely different framework of existence. It's it's like waking up from a dream. You know like in the morning when you're waking up from a dream. You're trying to hold onto those bizarre images. And it's it's quickly receiving? That's the same thing. People say when they almost die except the dream as this world we're in now. And people will say as soon as they're out of their body. They lose interest and and their physical body. They may not even recognize that body is themselves, but they quickly become aware of this entirely different realm of existence that is sort of suffused with love and information, you're in an entirely different framework of existence. You write in this new book the parts of it that I've read about what happens to us as individuals to do what happens to our core identity. I I guess, you know, in some of the descriptions were sort of absorbed into the whole with all the other souls our consciousness, but what happens to us as people because we as individuals if we don't know it's us. I don't know if it's blissful as as it could be how old are you? Now, George I sixty sixty five takes time and a few more years you're going to seventy four now. And I don't know if you've reached this point. Yeah. But in a few years, you'll be able to this this way. I put it. I say I am sick of Raymond moody. I really am. And when I when I'm lecturing, and I say that I see people my age, you can see them Canada nodding, right? But young people look at that. And they're Har swinging. He must be depressed. Right. But individuality would be a bore. I mean to me, it's a horrible thought that I would have to be Raymond moody for attorney, right? And the way I have. Come to think of it. And this comes from my my thoughts about this. Come from my two adopted kids both adopted at birth. And I was already in my fifties when they came along. And so you're more observant and. So, and I should also tell you believe it or not that my wife, and I don't talk about life after death. We talk about the phone Bill. What's for dinner? What's on the movies, right? Plus, we don't take our kids to religious ceremony. I'm living in Alabama. And I'm afraid of snakes. And you know, so we don't take them to church things. Right. So a matter of fact, they found out a few years ago about my book life after life from reading about me on the internet. But that's my kid adopted kids have related Harry's memories of. Where they were before they came to us, but just spontaneously and and Carter especially corner is now twenty but when he was very little. He and I were sitting on the bad watching TV, and I flipped through a channel which turned out to be that thing. National Geographic channel. But as I did Carter became very animated. And he said that that that's my village. What? So I turned it back, and it was a documentary about village life and China, and he started jabbering away said. Yeah. Yeah. Before I came to you, and mommy, I was with my other mom and dad and my brothers and sisters in China. And and so I mean, I was just astonished. I'm sure my mouth was hanging open. And he saw immediately was in. I wasn't computing. And so as though to orient me said, yeah. And then I was up in the trees looking at you and mommy, lying in the grass, and George I knew exactly what he was talking about. Because before he came along by wife, and I were in in Greece and we were at an archaeological site, and we were. Exhausted from the flight, and so the attendant picking up on that nobody else there. So he said just go over there, and the grass and lie down and thinking that and there were these big trees all around and what we were talking about was adopting a baby. Wow. And similarly, I have I have a native American daughter again adopted at birth. And when she was about six, she, you know, it's so funny. Having a native American kid 'cause you see the the role of genetic like she was she's black feet and the black feet women for twenty thousand years where the gatherers right? Well, she fell right into this. And she started taking these long walks with me when she was just three years old and carried what she called her nature back and an incredible ability to see birds nest and just obviously, you know, that because you know, just for twenty thousand years that's water the women and her tribe did and so on one of these walks. She was this old wooden. Bridge. He loved to stop there and talk and just at a know where she said, I don't like this place, and it was plain to me that what she was talking about was this world. So again, I was startled. And she went on to say, she said. Yeah. Yeah. It's you know, when you die you just go up and you'd be with God. And he holds you up there. She said until all the people, you know, you've now while you are alive has died. And then he sends you back is another person. And how was startled? I said. Well, what makes you think? And what's the tips of her fingers on both hands? She pointed like back in pointing it or is she said, I just know she said, I just know. And she said, and I was with God. And he pointed out to me. And he said, you gotta go down to be his daughter. Well, you know, how did you feel about that? And she said, oh, I didn't wanna do it. She said I wanted to stay with my he, but she's an she put both hands out in front of pushing. And she said, but he pushed me down. She did times pushed me down to be is daughter and to be your daughter. And I said, well, are you glad you came? Anyway, she said, yeah. Yeah. But I, but in both cases, I didn't really ask you just let them talk. Because you, you know, if you think if you ask something, then you stand the risk of shaping it but early because of that both of them still remember these at once in a while, they they bring it up. Yeah. You share any specific or maybe more than one NDA's involving kids that have been investigated by you or reported by your colleagues that sort of indicate that this is for real that these kids weren't coached that they didn't see this on TV show that they actually did leave their bodies. Yes. I I can George and at the same time, I'm not the expert on this. But on January at the site that we mentioned earlier the university of heaven dot com is what it's called and on January eighth. We're having Dr. Melvin Morse who is a pediatrician who studied near death experiences. So if you go to that website, and look this up, and it will be very interesting because Melvin Morse has had a really amazing events and his life. So we'll be talking about this whole thing. But so January eight at the university of having dot com. And meanwhile, yes, I have talked to kids I was not a pediatrician. But I'm psychiatry was my field and specifically forensic psychiatry. I worked in a maximum security unit for the criminally insane with cereal, some serial killers and mass murderers and mainly paranoid, schizophrenic killers. So didn't have much pediatric experience. But yes, over the years, I have talked with lots of people who had the near there near death experiences as as kids or sometimes it would just. Talk to very young kids before there was much publicity on my on my work on near death experiences. I was a medical student and taking my pediatrics rotation. And I was in the clinic one day. And had this kid who was eleven years old who had what we call congenital adrenal hyperplasia, which is a endocrine disorder congenital adrenal disorder. And so I was just examining the kid, but just suddenly changed demeanor. He just like a switch went off. And he went into a different kind of state, and he said, and, you know, Dr a year ago, he said, I had a crisis, and I. And then he related this near death experience to me. Well, obviously, I had his chart right there in the room with me. And so I look back and sure enough just about a year before he had a these patients have periodic crises in which they get very sick. And so there was right into medical record that he and he was talking about being lifted up and sing these spiritual entities all around him and so on and then another time back in the early eighty. My my son Samuel at that time was in the I think third or fourth grade, and so one of the the kids in the class had had a near death experience. And so they the teacher asked me to come to talk to the kids about this. And the the young girl I talked about it too. And I noticed with her is I have very often with these kids who have near death experiences seem to me mature beyond their a jar member talking to this young girl there, it was just like talking with an adult because it seems to bring about this very quick maturing process. So it is startling to see that the thanks then it it has been Savannah, Georgia wants I interviewed this man who was the manager of. Restaurant. And so I went to the restaurant to interview him, actually. But but he was telling me about his near death experience, which took place again, I believe when he was eleven and he. Said he talked about what the experience was like for him as a kid, but but he went on to say that throughout his life that he this experience sort of stayed with him, and he was describing specific event in which he was in his business. A gun was held to his hand to his head. And this was when he was an adult, but he was talking about the feelings he had during that event was that he went back to his near death experience. And it was okay with him that you know, he was he just wasn't scared and and the and having the gun held his hands. So 'cause had so these these these near death experiences of kids really do have lasting effects that the stories that are most persuasive to me are the ones where the people who leave their bodies access. Information that they could not have obtained otherwise they float above their bodies. They see things from a vantage point that it must be true that they were actually out and floating around. Well, yes, I have plenty cases like that. Where patients will tell you that they saw things while they were out of their body that from our perspective, they couldn't have seen because they were out of view of a person and so on and. Nurse. For example, was in a resuscitation was. Told me that when she she was involved in this resuscitation, and she went into another room all out of the room where she was being at the woman was being resuscitate and in her haste, she took one of the little vials..

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"dr moody" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

10:08 min | 2 years ago

"dr moody" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Eight forty W H A S. Dr moody because of your books the latest one, by the way, like the light beyond explorations into the afterlife. You know, the whole world knows basically, the the essential steps that constitute a near death experience, you know, rising out of your body and seeing the yourself laying down there, the doctors, you know, trying to do some work floating around to other locations beyond where your body is going through a tunnel meeting dead relatives loved ones, you know, the review of the life the the supreme being and then a reluctance to come back people don't want to come back. It's so blissful over there. And before we get into specific cases of kids in Indies. I want to ask you about the bliss because I you know. I guess blissful could be great in measured doses. But I'm thinking to myself. I what do you do when all that bliss? You got hot and cold running bliss twenty four seven bliss. How do you pass the time? Because that I think I could see myself looking at my watch. Yeah. Wall, except there is no time. Right. It's you and I are accustomed to being oriented time and play. And and a matter of fact when the psychiatric mental status exam. That's the first thing you ask is you see if the patient is oriented. I'm if they can tell you what day it is. What time it is? And where they are. But when people go into this other state of existence what they say is that it doesn't operate by space and time, but it's more like love and information is how I heard my friend Dr Eboni Alexander describe it a few years ago. So it it doesn't work on time and space, and people will tell you, for example, that if you have a question, it's automatic that knowledge appears just by your requesting an NFL that used to sound so weird back in the late sixties and early seventies. When I was first talking with lots of lots and lots of people who have this. But now with the internet. It doesn't found nearly as strange as it used to. Right. I guess my question would be more. Like, okay time doesn't matter. You got all the time. There is time doesn't exist. And you've got all the knowledge you need. What do you do with it? If we're talking about sort of the near death experiences. Giving us a glimpse into what our purpose might be in this life. What's the purpose of that one? If it's just bliss all the time, are you? Yeah. Lighting or you're writing. I don't know. I don't know. And it's also very difficult for people to put this into towards matter of fact, that's probably the most common thing that people with near death experiences thing is that no matter. How articulate they may be or how many degrees or languages they speak. They say there are no words for that. And that you are into an entirely different framework of existence. It's it's like waking up from a dream. You know like in the morning when you're waking up from a dream. You're trying to hold. It onto those bizarre images. And it's it's quickly receiving? That's the same thing. People say when they almost die except the dream as this world we're in now. And people will say as soon as they're out of their body. They lose interest and and their physical body. They may not even recognize that body is themselves, but they quickly become aware of this entirely different realm of existence that is sort of suffused with love and information, you're in an entirely different framework of existence. You write in this new book the parts of it that I've read about what happens to us as individuals. This is a test of the broadcast stations of your area equipment that can quickly warn you. During emergencies is being tested. If this had been an actual emergency official messages would have followed the alert tone. This concludes this test of the emergency alert system. And I don't know if you've reached this point yet. But in a few years, you'll be able to this this way. I put it. I say I am sick of Raymond moody. Really? I when I'm lecturing, and I say that I see people my age, you can see them kind of nodding, right? But young people look at that. And they're Har swinging. You must be depressed. Right. But individuality would be a bore. I mean to me a horrible thought that I would have to be Raymond moody for a tournament. Right. And the way I have. Come to think of it. And this comes from my my thoughts about this. Come from my two adopted kids both adopted at birth, and I was already in my fifties when they came along. And so you're more observant and. So, and I should also tell you believe it or not that my wife, and I don't talk about life after death. We talk about fun Bill. What's for dinner? What's on at the movies? Right. Plus, we don't take our kids to religious ceremony. I'm living in Alabama. And I'm afraid of snakes. And you know, so we don't take them to church things. Right. So a matter of fact, they found out a few years ago about my book life after life from reading about me on the internet. But both of my kid adopted kids. Have related very vivid memories of where they were before they came to us, but just spontaneously and and Carter specially corner is now twenty but when he was very little. He and I were sitting on the bad watching TV. And I flipped through a channel which turned out to be that thing. National Geographic channel. But as I did Carter became very animated. And he said dad that that's my village. What? So I turned it back, and it was a documentary about village life and China, and he started jabbering away said. Yeah. Yeah. Before I came to you, and mommy, I was with my other mom and dad and my brothers and sisters in China. And and so I mean, I was just astonished. I'm sure my mouth was hanging open. And he saw media was in. I I wasn't computing. And so as though to orient me said, yeah. And then I was up in the trees looking at you and mommy, lying in the grass, and George I knew exactly what he was talking about. Because before he came along by once, and I were in in Greece, and we were at an archaeological site, and we were. Exhausted from the flight, and so the attendant picking up on that. And there's nobody else there. So he said just go over there and the grass and lie down and take a nap. And there were these big trees all around and what we were talking about was adopting a baby. Wow. And similarly, I have I have a native American daughter again adopted at birth. And when she was about six she. You know, it's so funny. Having a native American kid 'cause you see the the role of genetic like she was she's black feet and the Black Sea women for twenty thousand years where the gatherers right? Well, she fell right into that. And she started taking these long walks with me when she was just three years old and carried what she called her nature back and an incredible ability to see bird's nests and just obviously, you know, that because you know, just for twenty thousand years that's water the women and her tribe did and so on one of these walks. She was this old wooden bridge. She loved to stop there and talk and just a no she said, I don't like this place, and it was plain to me that. What she was talking about was this world. So again, I was startled. And she went on to say, she said, yeah. Yeah. But you know, when you die you just go up and you'd be with God. And he holds you up there. She said until all the people, you know, he's not while you are alive has died..

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"dr moody" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

10:01 min | 2 years ago

"dr moody" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Dr moody because of your books the latest one, by the way, light the light beyond explorations into the afterlife. You know, the whole world knows basically the the essential steps that constitute a near death experience. Rising out of your body and seeing the yourself laying down there, the doctors, you know, trying to do some work floating around to other locations beyond where your body is going through a tunnel meeting dead relatives and loved ones, you know, the review of the life the supreme being and then a reluctance to come back people don't wanna come back. It's so blissful over there. And before we get into specific cases of kids in India. I want to ask you about the bliss because I you know, I guess blissful could be great in measured doses. But I'm thinking to myself. I what do you do when all that bliss? You got hot and cold running bliss twenty four seven bliss. How do you pass the time? Because that I think I could see myself looking at my watch. Yeah. Well, except there is no time. Right. It's you and I are accustomed to being oriented to time and play and. And the matter of fact when the psychiatric mental status exam. That's the first thing you ask is you say if the patient is oriented. If they can tell you what day it is. What time it is? And where they are. But when people go into this other state of existence what they say is that it doesn't operate back space and time, but it's more like love and information is how I heard. My friend, Dr Bonelli exander describe it a few years ago. So it it doesn't work on time and space, and people will tell you, for example, that if you have a question, it's automatic that knowledge appears just night, you're requesting an NFL that used to sound so weird back in the late sixties and early seventies. When I was first talking with lots of lots and lots of people who had this. But now with the internet, it doesn't sound nearly a strange as it used to right? I guess my question would be more like okay time. Does it matter? You got all the time. There is time doesn't exist. And you've got all the knowledge you need. What do you do with it? If we're talking about sort of the near death experiences. Giving us a glimpse into what our purpose might be in this life. What's the purpose of that one? If it's just bliss all the time. Are you? Yeah. I don't know. I don't know. And it's also very difficult to people to put this into words matter of fact, that's probably the most common thing that people with near death is saying is that no matter how articulate they may be or how many degrees or languages they speak. They say there are no words for that. And that you are into an entirely different framework of existence. It's it's like waking up from a dream. You know like in the morning when you're waking up from a dream. You're trying to hold onto those bizarre images. And it's it's quickly receiving? That's the same thing. People say when they almost die except the dream as this world, we're in now and people will say as soon as they're out of their body, they lose interest and and their physical body. They may not even recognize that. Body themselves, but they quickly become aware of this entirely different realms existence that is sort of suffused with love and information, you're in an entirely different find more of existence. You write in this new book the parts of it that I've read about what happens to us as individuals to do what happens to our core identity. I guess, you know, in some of the descriptions were sort of absorbed into the whole with all the other souls our consciousness, but what happens to us as people because we as individuals if we don't know it's us. I don't know if it's as blissful as as it could be how old are you? Now, George I sixty sixty five takes time and a few more years, you're going to be I'm seventy four now and. I don't know if you've reached this point. Yeah. But in a few years, you'll be able to this this way. I put it. I am. Nick, Raymond moody. Really? Title when I'm lecturing, and I say that. People my age, you can see them Canada nodding, right? But young people look at that. And they're Har swinging must be depressed. Right, but individuality would be a bore. And I mean. Tomato. So horrible. I would have to be Raymond moody for attorney, right? And I have. Come to think of it. And this comes from my my thoughts about this. Come from my two adopted kids both adopted at birth. And I was already in my fifties when they came along. And so you're more observant and. So, and I should also tell you believe it or not that my wife, and I don't talk about life after death. We talked about song Bill was for dinner was on the movies, right? Plus, we don't take our kids to religious ceremony. I'm living in Alabama. And I'm afraid of snakes. And you know, so we don't take them to church things. Right. So a matter of fact, they found out a few years ago about my book life after life from reading about me on the internet. Mike Catt adopted. Have related. Memories. Of. Where they were before they came to us, but just spontaneously. And Carter especially corner is now twenty but when he was very little. He and I were sitting on the bed watching TV. And I flipped through a channel which turned out to be that thing. National Geographic channel. But as I did Carter became very animated. And he said dad that that's my village. What I turned it back, and it was a documentary about village life and China, and he started jabbering away said. Yeah. Yeah. Before I came to you, and mommy, always with my other, mom and dad and my brothers and sisters in China. And and so I mean, I was just Donald I'm sure my mouth was hanging out then and he saw immediately than I wasn't computing. And so as though to orient me. Yeah. And then I was up in the trees looking at you and mommy, lying in the grass, and George I knew exactly what he was talking about. Because before he came along, my wife, and I were in and Greece and we were at an archaeological site and we were exhausted from the flight, and so the attendant picking up on that nobody else there. So he said just go over there and the grass and lie down and taking nap. And there were these big trees all around and what we were talking about was adopting a baby. Well and similarly, I have I have a native American daughter again adopted at birth and. When she was about six, she, you know, so funny having a native American kid because you see the. The role of genetic like she was she's black seat and the black Pete women for twenty thousand years where the gatherers right? Well, she fell right into that. Since she started taking these long walks with me when she was just three years old and carried what she called her nature bag and an incredible ability to see bird's nest semi. Yeah. Just obviously, you know that because you know, just for twenty thousand years that's water the women in her tribe did and so on one of these walks. She was old wooden bridge. She loved to stop there and talk and just and I know where she said, I don't like it, and it was plain to me. What she was talking about was this world. So again, I was startled. And she went on to say, she said, yeah. Yeah. It's you know, when you die you just go up and you'd be with God. And he holes you up there. She said until all the people, you know, you've not while you're. Are alive has died..

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"dr moody" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

18:07 min | 2 years ago

"dr moody" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Dr moody because of your books the latest one, by the way, light the light beyond explorations into the afterlife, the whole world knows basically the the essential steps that constitute a near death experience rising out of your body and seeing the yourself laying down there, the doctors, you know, trying to do some work floating around to other locations beyond where your body is going through a tunnel meeting dead relatives and loved ones, you know, the review of the life the supreme being and then a reluctance to come back people. Don't wanna come back. It's so blissful over there. And before we get into specific cases of kids in Indies. I want to ask you about the bliss because I you know, I guess blissful could be great in measured doses. But I'm thinking to myself, what do you do with all that bliss? You got hot and cold running bliss twenty four seven bliss. How do you pass the time? Because that I think I could see myself looking at my watch. Yeah. Well, except there is no time. Right. It's you wanna hire accustomed to being oriented time and play. And and the matter of fact when psychiatric mental status exam. That's the first thing you ask is you see if the patient is oriented to time if they can tell you what day it is. What time it is? And where they are. But when people go into this other state of existence what they say is that it doesn't operate back space and time, but it's more like love and information is how I heard. My friend, Dr Eban Alexander describe it a few years ago. So it it doesn't work on time and space, and people will tell you, for example, that if you have a question, it's automatic that knowledge appears just by your requesting an NFL that used to sound so weird back in the late sixties and early seventies. When I was first talking with lots of lots and lots of people who had this. But now with the internet, it doesn't sound nearly as strange as it used to. I guess my question would be more. Like, okay time doesn't matter. You got all the time. There is time doesn't exist. And you've got all the knowledge you need. What do you do with it? If we're talking about sort of the near death experiences. Giving us a glimpse into what our purpose might be in this life. What's the purpose of that one? If it's just bliss all the time, are you? Yeah. Or you're writing. I don't know. I don't know. And it's also very difficult to for people to put this into words matter of fact, that's probably the most common thing that people with near death experiences. Say is that no matter how articulate they may be or how many degrees or languages they speak. They say there are no words for that. And that you are into an entirely different framework of existence. It's it's like waking up from a dream. You know like in the morning when you're waking up from a dream. You're trying to hold onto those bizarre images. And it's it's quickly receiving? That's the same thing. People say when they almost die except the dream as this world we're in now. And people will say as soon as they're out of their body. They lose interest in and their physical body. They may not even recognize that body is themselves, but they quickly become aware of this entirely different realm of existence that is sort of suffused with love and information, you're in an entirely different framework of existence. You write in this new book the parts of it that I've read about what happens to us as individuals to do what happens to our core identity. I guess in some of the descriptions were sort of absorbed into the whole with all the other souls our consciousness, but what happens to us as people because we as individuals if we don't know it's us. I don't know if it's his blissful as as it could be how old are you? Now, George I sixty sixty five sixty and a few more years you're going to be I'm seventy four now. And I don't know if you've reached this point. Yeah. But in a few years, you'll be able to this this way. I put it. I say I am sick of Raymond moody. Really when I when I'm lecturing, and I say that I see people my age, you can see them Canada nodding, right? But young people look at that. And they're Har swinging. You must be depressed. Right. But individuality would be a bore. I mean, I to me is a horrible thought that I would have to be Raymond moody for a tournament. Right. And the white I have. Come to think of it. And this comes from my my thoughts about this. Come from my two adopted kids both adopted at birth, and I was already in my fifties when they came along. And so you're more observant and. So, and I should also tell you believe it or not that my wife, and I don't talk about life after death. We talk about the phone Bill. What's for dinner? What's on the movies, right? Plus, we don't take our kids to religious ceremony. I live in Alabama, and I'm afraid of snakes. And you know, so we don't take them to church things. Right. So a matter of fact, they found out a few years ago about my book life after life from reading about me on the internet. But both of my kids adopted kids have related Jerry's memories of where they were before they came to us, but just spontaneously and and Carter specially corner is now twenty, but when he was very little he and I were sitting on the bad watching TV, and I flipped through channels which turned out to be that thing. National Geographic channel. But as I did Carter became very animated. And he said that that that's my village. What? So I turned it back, and it was a documentary about village life and China, and he started jabbering away said. Yeah. Yeah. Before I came to you, and mommy, I was with my other mom and dad and my brothers and sisters in China. And and so I mean, I was just astonished. I'm sure my mouth was hanging open. And he saw immediately that I I wasn't computing. And so as though to orient me, she said, yeah. And then I was up in the trees looking at you and mommy, lying in the grass, and George I knew exactly what he was talking about. Because before he came along, my wife, and I were in in Greece and we were at an archaeological site, and we were. Exhausted from the flight, and so the attendant picking up on that nobody else there. So he said just go over there and the grass and lie down and take a nap. And there were these big trees all around and what we were talking about was adopting a baby. Wow. And similarly, I have I have a native American daughter again adopted at birth. And when she was about six she. You know, so funny having a native American kid because you see the the role of genetic like she was she's black feet and the black feet women for twenty thousand years where the gatherers right? Well, she fell right into that. And she started taking these long walks with me when she was just three years old and carried what she called her nature bag and an incredible ability to see bird's nest Senate. Yeah, just obviously, you know that because you know, just for twenty thousand years that's water the women and her tribe did and so on one of these walks. She was this old wooden bridge. He loved to stop there, and talk and just a know where she said, I don't like this place, and it was plain to me. That what she was talking about was this world. So again, I was startled. And she went on to say, she said, yeah. Yeah. It's you know, when you die you just go up and you'd be with God. And he holds you up there. She said until all the people, you know, he's not while you are alive have died. And then he sends you back is another person. And how was Starlight civil what makes you think? And what's the tips of her fingers on both hands? She pointed like back in pointing at her is she said, I just know she said, I just know. And she said, and I was with God. And he pointed out to me. And he said, you gotta go down to be his daughter. Well. You know, how did you feel about that? And she said, oh, I didn't wanna do it. She said I wanted to stay with my Godley. But she said and she put both hands out in front of her pushing. And she said, but he pushed me out. She did two times pushed me down to be his daughter and to be your daughter. And I said, well, are you glad you came? Anyway, she said, yeah. Yeah. But I, but in both cases, I didn't really ask you. I've just let them talk because you, you know, if you think if you ask something, then you stand the risk of shaping it. But in partly because of that both of them still remember these once in a while thing, they bring it up, you share any specific or maybe more than one de ease involving kids that have been investigated by you or reported by your colleagues that sort of indicate that this. Is for real these kids weren't coached that they didn't see this on the TV show that they actually did leave their bodies. Yes. I I can George and at the same time, I'm not expert on this. But on January at this site that we mentioned earlier the university of having dot com is what it's called and on January eighth. We're having Dr Melvin Morris who is a pediatrician who studied near death experiences. So if you go to that website, and look this up, and it will be very interesting because Melvin Morris has had a really amazing events in his life. So we'll be talking about this whole thing. But so January eight at the university of having dot com. And meanwhile, yes, I have talked to kids. I I was not a pediatrician. But I'm psychiatry was my field. And specifically I was forensic psychiatry. I worked in a maximum security unit for the criminally insane with cereal some serial killers. Mass murderers, mainly paranoid, schizophrenic killers. So didn't have much pediatric experience. But yes, over the years, I have talked with lots of people who had these near there near death experiences as as kids or sometimes it would just talked very young kids before there was much publicity on my on my work on near death experiences. I was a medical student. And taking my pediatrics rotation. And I was in the clinic one day. And they had this kid who was eleven years old who had what we call congenital adrenal hyperplasia, which is a into crun- disorder congenital adrenal disorder. And so I was just examining the kid, but just suddenly changed demeanor. He just like a switch went off. And he went into a different kind of state, and he said, and, you know, Dr a year ago, he said, I had a crisis, and I. Died and then he related this near death experience to me. Well, obviously, I had his chart right there and the room with me. And so I look back and sure enough just about a year before he had a the these patients have periodic crises, which they get very sick. And so there was right into medical record that he and he was talking about being lifted up and sing these spiritual entities all around him and so on and then another time back in the early eighties. My my son Samuel at that time was in the I think third or fourth grade, and so one of the kids in the class had had a near death experience. And so they the teacher asked me to come to talk to the kids about this. And the the young girl I talked about it too. And I noticed with her as I have very often with these kids who have near death experiences seem to me mature beyond their a jar. Remember talking to this young girl? There was just like talking with an adult because it seems to bring about this very quick maturing process. So it is startling to see the effects that it. It has been Savannah Georgia wants I interviewed this man who was the manager of. A restaurant. And so I went to the restaurant to interview, actually, but but he was telling about his near death experience, which took place again believe when he was eleven and he said he talked about what the experience was like for him as a kid, but but he went on to say that throughout his life that he this experience sort of stayed with him, and he was describing a specific event in which he was in his business. A gun was held to his hand to his head. And this was when he was an Oregon dealt, but he was talking about the ceilings he had during that event was that he went back to his near death experience. And it was okay with him that you know, he was he just wasn't geared and and the and. Having the gun held his hands. So had so these these these near death experiences have kids really do have lasting effects that the stories that are most persuasive to me are the ones where the people who leave their bodies access information that they could not have obtained otherwise they float above their bodies. They see things from a vantage point that it must be true that they were actually out and floating around. Well, yes, I have twenty cases like that. Where patients will tell you that they saw things while they were out of their body that from our perspective, they couldn't have seen because they were out of view of a person and so on and. Nurse. For example, was in a resuscitation was. Told me that when she she was involved in this resuscitation, and she went into another room all out of the room where she was being at the woman was being resuscitate, and in.

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"dr moody" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"dr moody" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"And wires. You know? I just I'm trying everything I can't to avoid that fate because I've seen it too often from an hospitals referred we for that story. Most of us have. Yeah. Dr moody is death the end. Well, you know, something I gotta say that the main I would not try to convince any everybody has to go through their own process. And also, I will tell you that it's still very counter intuitive to me because I if you're not raised religious, it's. Harder harder to later in life to start thinking like that. But. With with the proviso that I'm not trying to convince anybody else, I will say that. Yeah. I've reached the point where I get up. I there's just too many things together than I know. And is counterintuitive is the idea that there's an afterlife is to me. I'm almost forced to say now now, it's logically. There's still no clear logical way to prove afterlife. Although that's about to change. We have now entirely new ways of thinking about things that don't make sense. And so there are ways now to to move this kind of investigation forward. But I think in the meantime, people are going to have to go through their own process. But in terms of may. Yeah, I, and I, you know, it was not until I sort of had to they said that there does seem to be some reality to this that I got around to thinking about whether I wanted or not, and you know, you hear people all the time. They all we all want afterlife. But no way. I've had plenty of friends during my lifetime. We were just hoping it's not true. And that is that's a very common view as well. And I understand that. Perspective to mad reached this point where I just sort of at gotten this idea that life has a beginning middle and an and and I was comfortable with that. But it's kind shaking me up here at age seventy four to have two navy come to terms with. You know that as? Strange seeming is this still seems to me that I gather that your consciousness when you die. Hurts to a different framework of reality where it's not oriented along the time space access people say that once they're into this other state of existence that time stops. There's no passenger time. And there is not really spatial relationship. Is we experience that more? It's like if you think of something. You can just sort of bring it up in your mind without having to make a trip across space. It's, but I've heard thousands and thousands of these including many from my own dear medical colleagues and. There is a great guy up where you are at NYU at one of the NY. His name is Anthony chick Korea and Anthony as a PHD and physiology and also an end, and he's a professor of orthopedic surgery famed surgeon and in nineteen ninety six Anthony was hitting the necktie bolt of lightning and analyst, Dan. You went out his ankle. And he had a cardiac arrest but during his cardiac arrest, he was at some centers. I recall his family was having a family reunion or something, but he got out of his body. And he could see all the stuff that was going on. So but after his his experience he had never had any interest, whatsoever and music, but after this he began to develop an interest. And kept having a recurrent dream in which he was playing the same music on a concert stay, so he actually went and learned how to transcribe music and learn how to play the piano, and now in addition to being stained. Professor of orthopedic surgery is now a concert pianist this. Well, and you know, I I have to walk every day. Yeah. I mean, it's it's absolutely essential for myself. This thing I'm not not not like just to feel good mental health. Uh-huh. Walk..

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"dr moody" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"dr moody" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"When. A person stops and thinks that they have the ability thousand times a day to be everything that they think God is, that's why when you have the panoramic life if you. George it's about intent it's. Not it's mode if it's what okay. That's why that system is in play this is a lot this is a long long time watching this. Yours And not only, that you can create life The greatest gift just a life to give life that precious commodity. Where we in this dimension can do. It, we can see how. We are now caring we are now responsible we are and how many times you earned the. Right to. Have to be able to say you're welcome When somebody thinks you for something those are the real things and the. Other, thing that. Comes from this understanding the near. Death is wherever situation you take yourself eight everybody that's listening out there wherever you, take yourself into a situation which you do the best you could possibly. Do to make it better than when you. When you left what you've, done, yeah, I moved I moved the. Fact about, death I moved the fact about death because this is why I went to. See Raymond and this is like in the nineties I, already had open heart surgery I had my second, one under my belt I. Went. To see Raymond Dr moody and his world was shattered I mean here he was I was going on about my business is eighteen years later I. Wrote a book I went on about. My, business hospice volunteer developing. Programs that dealt with palliative care which is what I'm doing now it's a VA and Raymond, was broken.

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"dr moody" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"dr moody" Discussed on KGO 810

"Question No one dies and the, whole ridiculous By which we've. Come. To decide in all the regions. That we've adapted do it and all the traditions and rituals and ceremonies okay. That's all interesting and physically worthwhile maybe Spiritual self about it now I wanna tell before we s he people can ask any question please call us he's where I think this is what I think the earth I. Think, the earth is. A level of, consciousness We come to DC how godly we are Studied this for. Forty years and I live at. The bedside you. Know who I am UNIDO. Everybody knows me this is what I do I study I ask the right questions in the last breath and. Some of them known seven and eight years and you've? Been there before and, not, only that. George I still have friends yes, you. Do. But I have friends over there George okay This is how crazy let's? Just hope the not, waiting, for you. To return quick no no I. Hope. Not When there is something imported or something that brings back a memory because I know. These halls, of where I've been for twenty years I can see and since their Mars remember sense of humor I mean. I like doing I'm doing because, they get to be. Around people who most people think I've never seen again but. The, other. Thing is this When you when you watch when you watch when people coming come back go and come back. Out fundamentalist, Baptist ministers and had this woman that was I mean he was lowdown Jehovah Hallelujah pastor snakes and she came. Back from that near death experience And she was so completely transformed I I so I thought that when you come to this, level of consciousness because you sleep half of it you only hear like maybe eight. Or nine hours and some people longer than that. But the other time that, body has to rest and when you come in you get a chance to see everything that, you, would think. That the, divine was kind loving caring protective compassionate you know all the things. That we would decide everything anyone can. Think, of it's got to be a great feeling well it. Is, for me You know about personality you know me George I think everything is absolutely device delightful it I, think everything is an opportunity and when I look at where the world if there. Is based on the boxes of knowledge which I. Never knew we're going to, be the future I just didn't know that I thought it was a time line they'd given, me, to follow. Through to, accomplish what I'm doing in using into twilight brigade to succeed at. So with a person stops and thinks. That, they have the ability Thousand, times a day to be everything that they think, God is that's why when you had the panoramic life. If you George it's about. Intent it's not it's mode if it's. What okay that's why that system is in play this is a lot this is a long long time. Of watching this George and not only that you can create life The greatest. Gift just allies to give life, that precious commodity, where we in. This dimension. Can do it we can? See, how can we aren't healthcare and we. Are now responsible we. Are and how many, times you earned the right to have to be able to say you're welcome When somebody thinks you for something those are the real things? And the other thing that? Comes, from this. Understanding the near death is wherever. Situation you take yourself and everybody that's listening out there where have you take yourself into a situation which you, do the best you can possibly. Do to make it better than when you. When you left and that's, what, you've, done yeah I've moved I've moved. The fact, about death I moved to fact about death because this is why. I went to see. Raymond MRs like in the nineties I already had open heart surgery I had my second one under my belt I went to see Raymond Dr moody and he's the world was. Shattered I mean area was I was going on about my business eighteen. Years later I wrote a book I went on about my business being volunteer developing programs that, dealt with How you end up like air..

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"dr moody" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"dr moody" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Believer without any. Question No one dies and the? Whole ridiculous By which we've come to. Decide. In all the. Regions that we've, adapted do it and all. The, traditions and rituals and ceremonies okay that's all interesting and physically worthwhile maybe spiritual. Self about it no I wanna kill before we s people. Can ask any question please call us he's where, I think this is what I think the earth I think. The earth is a level of consciousness Then we come to see how badly we are Studied this. For forty years and I. Live at, the bedside you. Know who I am you. Know everybody knows me this is what I do I study I ask the right questions in the last breath and some of them I known, seven and eight years and you've been there before Not only that George I still have friends yes you do but I have. Friends over there George okay This is how crazy let's just hope the not waiting for you to return quick no no I hope not either when there is something imported. Or something that. Brings back a memory because I know these, halls of, where I've been for twenty years I can see and since then as remember sense of humor I mean I like, doing what I'm. Doing because they get to be? Around people who most, people, think I've. Never seen again the other thing, is. This When you when you watch when you, watch when, people coming come back go and come back I've had fundamentalist Baptist ministers and had this woman that was I. Mean. She was down Jehovah Hallelujah Past the snakes. And she, came back, from that near death. Experience And she was so completely transformed I might so That when you come to this, level of consciousness because you sleep half of it you only hear like maybe eight. Or nine hours and some people longer than that. But the other time that body has to rest and when you come in and get a chance to see everything that, you would think, that the divine was kind loving. Caring protective compassion You know all the things that we would decide everything anyone can think of it's gotta be, a, great feeling It is for me You know about, personality, you know me George I think everything is. Absolutely divide delightful it I think everything is an opportunity and when I look, at where the world if there is based on, the boxes of knowledge which I never knew we're going. To be the future I. Just didn't know that I thought it. Was a time line they'd given me to follow through to accomplish what I'm doing a news into twelve. Brigade to succeed at so When a, person stops and thinks that they have the ability A thousand. Times a. Day to be everything that, they, think God is. That's why. When you have the panoramic? George, it's about intent it's not it's mode. If it's what okay. That's why that system, is in play this is a, lot this is a long long time and watching this George and not only that you can create life The greatest gift just. A life. To give life that precious, commodity, where we in. This dimension. Can do it we could? See, how can we are now caring we. Are now responsible we. Are and how many, times you earned the right to have to be able to say you welcome When somebody thinks you for something those are the real things? And the other thing that? Comes, from this. Understanding of the near death is. Wherever situation you take yourself in everybody that's listening out there where have you take. Yourself into a situation which you do, the best you can possibly. Do to make it better than when you. When you left and that's, what you've, done yeah I moved I. Moved the, fact about death I moved to fact about death because this is. What I went to. See Raymond and this is like, in the ninety nine hundred open heart surgery I had my second one, under my belt I went to see Raymond Dr moody and his world was shattered I mean area was I was going on about my business eighteen years later I wrote a book. I went on about my business hospice volunteer developing, programs that dealt with..

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"dr moody" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"dr moody" Discussed on WLAC

"Believer without any. Question No one dies and the, whole ridiculous By which we've come. To. Decide in all. The regions that. We've adapted do it and all the traditions and rituals and ceremonies okay. That's all interesting and physically worthwhile maybe Spiritual self about it now I wanna tell before we s people can ask any question please call us he's where I think this is what I think the earth is I. Think. The earth is. A level of, consciousness We come to see how godly we are Studied this. For forty years and live, at the. Bedside you know. Who I am you need. Everybody knows me this is what I do I study I ask the right questions in the last breath and some of them I known seven and eight year and you've been there before Not only that George I still have friends yes you do but I have. Friends over there George okay This is, how. Crazy Waiting for? You, to, return quick no no. I hope not either Imported or something that brings back a memory because I know these halls of where I've been for twenty. Years I, can see and since their marriage remember sense of humor I mean I like doing what I'm doing because they get. To be around people who most people think of never seen again. But, the, other thing is this When you when you. Watch when, you watch when people come in come back go and come back I've had fundamentalist Baptist ministers and had this woman. Was I mean she was as Down Jehovah Hallelujah Past the snakes and she came back from that near death. Experience And she was so completely transformed so I thought that when you come to this level of, consciousness because you sleep half of it you only hear like maybe eight or nine. Hours and some people longer than that but the. Other time that body has, to rest and when you come in you get a chance to see everything that you would, think, that the. Divine was, kind loving caring protective compassionate you know all the things that we. Would decide everything anyone can think of. It's, got to be a great feeling well it is for. Me You know about personality, you know me George I think everything is absolutely device delightful it I think everything. Is an opportunity and when I look at where. The world affair is based, on the boxes of knowledge which I never knew going to be the future I just didn't, know, that I. Thought it, was a time line they'd given me to follow through to accomplish. What I'm doing news in the twilight. Brigade, to succeed at so When a person stops and thinks that they have the. Ability A thousand. Times a. Day to be everything that they think God is, that's why when. You had. The panoramic life in the? George, it's about intent it's not it's mode. If it's what okay. That's why that system, is in, play this is a lot this is a long long time watching this doors and not only that you can create life The greatest gift of life to, give life that. That precious. Commodity where we in this? Dimension, can do it we can see how. Can we aren't how. Caring we are now, responsible we, are and how many times you earned the right to have To be able to, say you welcome when somebody thinks you for something those are the real things and the other thing that comes. From this understanding the near death is wherever situation you take yourself and everybody that's listening out there have you take yourself into a situation What you do the best you, can possibly do to make it. Better than when you when you left and. That's what you've done yeah, I, moved, I moved the fact about death. I moved, the fact about death because this is what I went to see. Raymond and this is. Like in the ninety nine already had open heart surgery I had my second one under my belt I, went to see Raymond Dr moody and he's the world was shattered I. Mean, area was I was going on. About my business eighteen years later I wrote a, book I went on about my business being hospice volunteer..

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"dr moody" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"dr moody" Discussed on KSRO

"Without any question. No one dies and the whole? Ridiculous System by which we've. Come. To decide in all the regions, that we've adapted do it and. All the traditions and rituals and ceremonies okay that's all interesting and, physically worthwhile maybe. The spiritual self about it now I wanna tell before we s. People can ask any question please call us he's where I think this is, what I think the earth is I think. The earth is a level of consciousness Then we come to see how godly we are I studied this. For forty years and I. Live at, the bedside you. Know who I am you. Know everybody knows me this is what I do I study I ask the right questions in the last breath and. Some of them I known seven and eight years and? You've been there before, and, not only. That George I still have friends, yes. You. Do but I have friends over there George okay This is how crazy let's. Just. Hope to not waiting for you to return quick no no I hope not I knew when. There is something imported or. Something that, brings back a. Memory because I know these. Halls where I've been for twenty years I can see and since then Mars remember sense of humor I mean I. Like doing what I'm doing because they get to be? Around people who most, people, think I've. Never seen again the other thing, is. This When you when you watch when you watch when people coming come. Back go and, come back I've had fundamentalist. Baptist ministers, and had this woman that was I mean she was food down Jehovah Hallelujah passed the snakes and she came. Back. From that near death experience And she was so completely transformed I I so I thought that when you come to this, level of consciousness because you sleep half of it you only hear like maybe eight. Or nine hours and some people longer than that. But the other time that, body has to rest and when you come in you get a chance to see everything that, you, would think. That the, divine was kind loving caring protective compassionate you know all the things that we. Would, this side Everything anyone can, think, of it's. Gotta be, a great feeling well it is for me You know about personality you know. Me George I think everything is absolutely device, delightful and I think everything is an opportunity and, when I look at where the world if there is. Based on the boxes of. Knowledge which I never knew we're going. To be the future I just didn't know that I thought, it was a time line they'd given me. To follow through to accomplish what I'm doing a news the twilight, brigade to succeed at so. When a person stops and thinks. That, they have the ability A, thousand times a day to be everything that they, think God is that's why when you had the panoramic. Life if you George it's. About intent it's not it's mode if. It's what okay that's why that system is in play this, is a lot this is a long long. Time watching this George and not only that you can create life The. Greatest gift. Of life to give life that, precious commodity where, we in this. Dimension can. Do it we can see? How, can we aren't how caring we are. Now responsible we are. And how many times, you earned the right to have to be able to say you're welcome When somebody thinks you for something those are the real? Things and the other thing. That comes from. This understanding the near death is. Wherever situation you take yourself in everybody this listening out there have you take yourself. Into a situation which you do the best you can possibly do. To make it better than when you when. You left and that's what, you've, done, how I've moved I've moved. The fact, about death I moved the fact about death because this is what. I went to see. Raymond and this is like in, the nineties I had open heart surgery I, had my second one under my belt I went to see Raymond Dr moody and he's world was shattered I mean area was I was going on about my business eighteen years. Later I wrote a book I went on about my business hospice volunteer..

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"dr moody" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"dr moody" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Dies and the whole ridiculous By which we've come to decide in all. The religions that we've adapted do it and. All the traditions and rituals and ceremonies Okay that's all interesting and physically worthwhile maybe The spiritual self about it, now I want to kill before we ask. People. Can ask any. Question please call, us He's where I think this is what I, think I think there's a, level of consciousness We. Come to see how godly we are Studied this for. Forty years and I live at. The bedside you. Know who I am UNIDO. Everybody knows me this is what I do I ask the, right questions in the last breath. And some of them I known. Seven and eight. Years you've been there before Not only that George I still have friends yes you do but I have friends over. Day or George okay This is how. Crazy Waiting for? You, to, return quick no no not either something imported or something that brings back a memory because I know these halls of where I've been for twenty. Years I can see and since then. Remember sense, of humor I mean I like doing what I'm doing because they get to be around people who most people think. They've never see again but the, other thing is this We knew. We knew, watch when you watch when people come in come back go and come back out fundamentalist Baptist ministers and had this. Woman was I mean she was Lowdown, giove-a Hallelujah Past the snakes and she came back from that. Near death experience And she was so completely transformed I might so I thought that when you come to this, level of consciousness because you sleep half of it you only hear like maybe eight. Or nine hours and some people longer than that but the other time that body. Has to rest And, when you come in you get a chance to see everything that you would think. That the divine was kind loving caring protective compassion You, know all the things that we would decide everything anyone can think of it's got to be, a, great feeling Oh Me We know about. Personality you know, me, George I think everything is absolutely divide delightful. It I think everything is an. Opportunity and when I look at where the world is based on the boxes of, knowledge which I never knew we're going to be the. Future I just didn't know. That I thought it was a time. Line they'd given me to follow through to accomplish what I'm doing and using the twilight brigade to succeed at so When a person stops and thinks that they have the. Ability Thousand. Times a. Day to be everything that they, think, God is that's. Why when. You had. The panoramic. Life. George it's about intent it's not it's. Motive it's y okay that's, why that system is in play, this is a long long long time of watching this George and not only that you can create life The greatest gift just allies. To give. Life that precious commodity where we, in, this dimension can. Do it. We can. See how. Conwy. Aren't how caring we are now responsible. We are and how many, times you earned the right to have to be able to say you welcome When somebody thinks you for something those are the real things and? The other thing that comes. From this understanding the near death is wherever situation you take yourself in everybody this listening out there where. Have you take yourself into a situation which you do the best you could possibly do to make it better than when you when you left and that's what you've done Yeah I've moved I've. Moved the fact about. Death I moved the fact about, death because this is what I went to, see Raymond and MRs like. In the nineties I already had open heart. Surgery, I had my second one under. My belt I went to see Raymond Dr moody, and he's world was shattered I mean here he was. I was going on about my business eighteen years later I, wrote a book. I went on about my business hospice volunteer developing programs that dealt with air, which, is what I'm..

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"dr moody" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"dr moody" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Without any question. No one dies and the whole ridiculous By which we've come to decide in all, the regions that we've adapted do it and. All the traditions and rituals and amount Okay that's all. Interesting and worthwhile maybe spiritual self about it no I wanna kill. Before we s people can ask any question please call us he's where I think this is what I think the earth is I think the earth is a level of consciousness We come to DC how godly we are Studied this. For forty years and live. At the, bedside you know. Who I am you know. Everybody knows me this is what I do I study I ask the right questions in the last breath and some. Of them I known seven and eight years and, you've? Been there before and, not, only that. George I still have friends yes. You, do but I have friends over there George Okay How crazy they are waiting for you to return? Quick, no, no I hope not. Either Something imported or something that brings back a. Memory because I know these halls of. Where I've, been for twenty years I can see and since then remember sense of humor I mean I like doing what I'm. Doing because they get to be around people who most people think they'll never see again? But, the, other thing is this We knew when you watch when. You watch, when people come in come back go and come back I've had fundamentalist Baptist ministers and had this woman was I. Mean she was slowdown Jehovah Hallelujah Past the snakes and she, came back, from that near death experience And she was so completely transformed I might so I thought that when you come to this, level of consciousness because you sleep half of it you only hear like maybe eight. Or nine hours and some people longer than that but the other time that body. Has to rest And when you come. In, and get a chance. To see everything that you would think that the divine was kind loving caring protective compassionate you, know all the things that we would decide everything anyone can think of it's gotta. Be a great feeling well it is for me You know about. Personality you know me George I think. Everything is absolutely delightful it I think everything is an opportunity and when I look at where the world if there is based on the boxes of knowledge which I never knew we're going to be the future I just didn't know, that, I thought. It was, a time line they'd given me to follow through to accomplish what. I'm doing a news into twilight. Brigade, to succeed at so When a person. Stops and thinks that they have the ability thousand times a day to be, everything that they think God is that's why when, you had the panoramic life George it's about intent it's. Not it's mode if it's. What okay that's why that system is. In play this is a long long long time watching this, George and not only that you can create life The greatest. Gift of life to give life, that, that precious commodity. Where we. In this dimension can do? It, we can see how can we aren't. How caring we are now, responsible we, are and how, many times you earned the right to have You're welcome Somebody thinks you. For something those are the. Real things and the other thing that comes from this understanding the near death is wherever situation you take yourself in everybody that's listening out. There wave you take yourself into a situation which you do the best you can possibly do to make. It better Then when you when you, left, and, that's what you've done yeah. I moved, I moved the fact about death I moved the fact about death. Because this is what. I went to see Raymond MRs, like in the ninety nine already had open heart surgery I had my, second one under my belt. I went to see Raymond Dr moody and, he's world was shattered I mean airy. Was I was going on about my business eighteen, years later I wrote a book I went on about. My business hospice volunteer developing programs that dealt with palliative and, end of life care which is what I'm doing now at the VA and..

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"dr moody" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"dr moody" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"So all we've got left as spirits i finally she goes the doctor mody and she's like i'm willing to try on a thing i'll try a therapy so she puts on hypnosis and hope sees her body in this hip hypnotic state and immediately she sees not necessarily possessing spirits but they strange lodge black blobs which she intuit's controlled by what she calls demons now she the first one she sees black demon blob around a head and again remember dr moody is able to communicate with these entities you can even communicate with the demon blocks and the demon blob stotts explaining that it joined hope when she was five years old and bragged about making her afraid of getting in trouble it bragged about kolding her depression anger and headaches and it also trapped different fragments of her soul inside of itself and in itself we're also several spirits so it's like these layers of onion i started appeal back in revealed that inside this doc blob was the spirit of her father who had pasta away and to hate gotten attached to this thing off to he'd pasta away because he had the race in he was telling her you don't have sex and look at yourself is because he had these hangups as you said but he wanted he wanted to protect his daughter yeah yeah so after he died he's spirit went to her because he wanted to protect and this damon blob into the claims that it used this to entrap him as a way in basically captured him and authorize who fear of snakes had depression all his suicidal thoughts even these violent episodes would kohl's by this entity if her father being trapped inside so was the entity fading on her negativity is that what was sustaining i mean do things that purpose yeah i mean it's goal is to make a suffo and it's funny because the socalled sentient entities they brag about this they it makes them feel successful her to be suffering so there's all the fragments of her there's a gray demon blob in her heart that joined her when she was in a car accident and it started to kohl's her depression anger and fear and the panic attacks came from that so again the therapy is to release will these entities and i wanna go into all the details but this basically this assistance from higher entities and just essentially coaxing lease into these two to move into the lied and removes them from the body event actually after two sessions she's cured and she bursts into the the psychiatry rimon says i finally feel free like i finally feel like myself again she said she had gradually reduced pine pills and tranquilizers and within three weeks stopped all medications she started sleeping and.

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"dr moody" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"dr moody" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It's not what we imagine and sharon at this point how do you feel about death are you free to dine or have you learned enough where you're not no i'm not i'm actually not afraid to die because there's absolutely no doubt in my mind that something is out there waiting for me what would i do now in my work because i actually work with a lot of truly ill people and one of the questions they always ask me should i be afraid and what i have discovered in i'm sure dr moody has discovered this because he's worked in this feels much longer than i have people are afraid of the process of dying sure if if it doesn't exist if the near death experience is not real right they feel as if this is it it's complete its and you know veneto sprayed just disappearing into nothingness that is what i get all the time when when people say to me where am i where am i going or where is he going and where is she going or you can see the absolute terror because we cannot imagine ourselves as just gone tell people sharon and raymond were they ask me that question i say if there is an afterlife and you die you're gonna know about it what if if there isn't don't worry about it but you know it's it's human just to to worry about the unknown you know and everybody is afraid of the unknown because especially death we especially as americans we do not talk about death we will make out our medical directives and choose our medical proxies and do all of those wonderful things and then put it away and we just don't discuss it because we don't know how we don't discuss with each other we don't teach our children about it and then all of a sudden here it is staring us in the face and was terrified of it and that adds so much to the fear and if i'm gonna go back to what i learned as a child for a minute they don't even teach you any certainty in religion they tell you okay here's what you're going to believe but they don't actually come out and talk about the things like the moody has been talking about for a very long time and and it just adds more and more and more to the fear a lot of people will say take it on faith take it on faith i have seen the.

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