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Near-Death Experiences while Drowning. Dying is not the End of Consciousness

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Near-Death Experiences while Drowning - Dying is Not the End of Consciousness is a book written by Janice Miner Holden, Ed.D. and Stathis Avramidis, Ph.D. about those who 'died' temporarily and how they felt when they returned from the other side. Professor Holden and Dr Avramidis' book presents a summary of 40 years of research on near-death experiences. It contains 22 drowning NDE accounts and recommendations for how water safety professionals, such as professional lifeguards and amateur lifesavers, can use NDE-related information in their work with people they successfully resuscitate.

Near-Death Experiences while Drowning - Dying is Not the End of Consciousness was published by Eagle Editions at the University of North Texas in co-operation with the International Association of Near-Death Studies and the Near-Death Experiences Research Foundation.

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