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Return from Death: An Exploration of the Near-Death Experience

Grey, Margot

 Having had a near-death experience (NDE) while in India, Margot Grey, upon her return to England, determined to learn more about such experiences. She began by conducting the first British NDE survey, the results of which are reported in Part 1 of this book together with a summary of what has been learned thus far about the NDE. In the second part, she explores the after-effects of NDEs and their larger meaning. According to Kenneth Ring's Foreword, the findings reported in Grey's Part 2 independently duplicate the findings he reported in his book Heading Toward Omega [592]—findings that had not been revealed when she wrote her book. After a general chapter on after-effects, Grey follows with four chapters on the development of paranormal abilities following NDEs, healing manifestations, evolutionary aspects, explanations and interpretations, and reflections on some possible implications. There are two appendices, the first being her interview questions and the second providing information about the British Branch of the International Association for Near-Death Studies, which she founded.
Publisher Information:Boston, MA: Arkana, 1985. 206p. Bibliograpy: 200-202; Index: 203-206; 7 tables
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