Links to Presentations and Supporters of Dr. Karen E. Herrick
ASCI.ORG - Founded in New York City in 1988, Art & Science Collaborations, Inc. (ASCI) is an international nonprofit organization devoted to increasing the visibility of art-sci work that is inspired by or uses science and/or technology to create new forms of expression, and to increase dialogue and collaborations between the fields of art and science.
PMH ATWATER -pmhatwater.com
An international authority on near-death states, Dr. PMH Atwater, L.H.D. uses the culmination of her research to establish that the near-death phenomenon is not some kind of anomaly, but is rather part of the larger genre of transformations of consciousness. She combines her 38 years of near-death research with what she was doing in the 60s and 70s, experiencing, experimenting with, and researching altered states of consciousness, mysticism, psychic phenomena, and the transformational process, to reveal what transformations of consciousness really are, why we have them, and where they lead us. This lifetime endeavor covers over 43 years of work, involving nearly 7,000 people. Her meticulous and unique protocol gives validity to what she has discovered, and verified, about the percentage worldwide of people who have undergone near-death experiences.
Debi Blackey, Psychic http://debiblackey.com -
Diaphragmatic breathing (also referred to as "slow abdominal breathing") is something you can do anytime and anywhere to instantly stimulate your vagus nerve and lower stress responses associated with "fight-or-flight" mechanisms. Deep breathing also improves heart rate variability (link is external) (HRV), which is the measurement of variations
Author: "Grandma, What Is A Soul?"
Author: "You're Not Finished Yet"
Interview: Is There a Heaven: Is There Life After Death? A Rational Inquiry
Presentation: "The Making of a Medium"
Presentation: "Spirituality and Therapy"
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Presentation: "Your Soul is Your Real Self"
Edspiration Podcast: "What is a soul? How to help students cope with loss and grief"