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Product Details

  • Actors: Eben Alexander, Raymond Moody, Holly Alexander
  • Directors: David Hinshaw
  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Mudpuppy Productions
  • DVD Release Date: October 29, 2013
  • Run Time: 121 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00HPZQBIS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,345 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Product Description

Is there life beyond this life?

If we all knew our life on planet Earth is just one in a series of many lives, what would we do differently? What implications does this knowledge have on the everyday, the economy, and the world as we know it? Join filmmaker David Hinshaw as he documents the exploration of these questions and more in a dialogue between Dr. Eben Alexander and Dr. Raymond Moody.

Set against the backdrop of Dr. Alexander s Virginia home and contextualized by his own passionately recounted experience of being brain dead for a week a near-death experience unlike any other ever detailed the film invites you to become a part of the conversation as Dr. Alexander and Dr. Moody discuss:

* Soul School what it is and why we are here.
* Consciousness is it dependent on the brain or a richer, freer state that exists beyond the physical mind?
* Time how it flows, how we perceive it linearly, and how all things are happening at once.
* Science and Spirituality the possibility of merging the two as partners rather than adversaries and the consideration of science in the question of the soul.

Rich, real, and engaging, this film captures that something we all know about divine nature that is beyond words but felt at the deepest level. Get ready for the experience of this lifetime an experience you will want to share with friends and family as Dr. Alexander and Dr. Moody shed light on the divine plan of the Universe to help us with the realization that we are far more than we ever thought ourselves to be.

Includes a bonus interview with Holley Alexander, who was at Dr. Alexander s side the entire time he was brain dead from a bout of E. coli meningitis.

About the Director

David Hinshaw s television career spans over thirty years and includes a wide variety of production experience. He has performed the duties of field producer or director of photography for all the major American broadcast networks, most cable networks, many foreign broadcasters and production companies and a host of corporate clients. He has worked with many independent documentary makers as well as producing three of his own. His 1994 documentary, Through the Tunnel & Beyond won a best documentary award from the Video Librarian and has aired in Europe, Japan and South America. It is the story of the work of Raymond Moody, author of the groundbreaking work on the near-death experience, Life After Life. The New York Times has called Dr. Moody the father of the near-death experience .

David s work has taken him to over twenty countries as well as most of America. In 1991 he was photojournalist for Sky News coverage of the siege at Waco Texas, which won several European broadcast journalism awards. His experience includes Symphony Concert Broadcasts, Live Sporting Events, News, Documentaries, Music Videos, Image Pieces, Corporate Training Videos, Reality TV, and Fund Raising Videos for non-profit organizations. David has interviewed hundreds of notable persons ranging from Pop figures to Sports personalities to Intellectual leaders. For twenty years David has served as videographer on call for President and Mrs. Jimmy Carter. Working out of Atlanta, Georgia, David continues to service a wide variety of clients. His recent Conversations with Eben Alexander & Raymond Moody is a two-hour discussion of Dr. Alexander s near death-experience. Dr. Alexander s book, Proof of Heaven, has been number one on the New York Times best -seller list for over 40 weeks. These two men of science explore the meaning and existence of consciousness as well as what lies ahead for all of us. It is scheduled for release October 2013.

David earned a masters degree from the University of Cincinnati; received a National Endowment for Arts grant; won two southeastern Emmys; and is the proud father of Drew, age 28, the Wall Street Journal West Africa correspondent, and Kate Hinshaw, age 22, a film maker.

Customer Reviews

The topic is very interesting and the story told is also quite interesting.
Greg Palmer
I like that he didn't make his experience a religious one but a universal spiritual experience.
Marie
Eben Alexander and Raymond Moody look at Eben's NDE from a scientific perspective.
Denis

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45 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Robert R. Jasper on May 2, 2014
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Main draw back was that Dr. Raymond Moody, who did the interviewing, did not do a very good job of interviewing and couldn't resist talking about what he had concluded from interviewing others on the topic of their Near Death Experiences. Dr. Alexander is very articulate and does a good job of relating his experience of Heaven. But, when he started talking about multi-dimensional, eternal, endless universes (plural), my brain got tied in knots. I've also heard Dr. Alexander live and he is a very personable fellow. I had hoped to learn more of how his experience had impacted his church attendance, since before the coma, he was "one step above a C & E (Christmas & Easter only) Christian. He does mention one very meaningful experience attending church with his wife after his return and lighting the advent calendar and taking communion. I believe he attends the Episcopal church. He does not talk about meeting or seeing Jesus, but does say that he was in God's (Om's) presence and was one with Him and was taught many things, chief among them is that love is the basis of everything in this world and the next and that science and spirituality can co-exist, and, in fact, must. He is on a mission to bring that belief to the medical science community and anyone else who doubts there is life after death and realms beyond the one we live in that is bounded by space and time.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Diana on October 19, 2014
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I've been reading a lot of books on reincarnation and near death experiences, and then have moved to books about consciousness being beyond our brain in our skull. Some of the consciousness-related books go deeply into philosophy and physics. Listening to Dr. Moody's and Dr. Alexander's discussion, it becomes evident that both are well-read on consciousness. Dr. Moody has focused on philosophy and Dr. Alexander has focused more on physics.

Most people are getting a better understanding of the continuation of consciousness beyond death based on the commonality of the many experiences being shared at this time in multiple books, dvds, and interviews. That so many people have had somewhat similar near death experiences can be proof enough for some.

But, to listen to these two scientifically-educated men who have delved deeply into ancient, classic, and current scientific literature to seek a better understanding of the greater consciousness experience is a real treat.

There is a bit of discussion about the rough transition that is happening now as mainstream Science and Spirituality are meeting at some points. Like a Venn Diagram of two intersecting circles, there is an intersection where they meet, and that common area is growing, but not without some pain and attacks. Consciousness is firmly in that intersection.

The bonus portion of the dvd, where Holley Alexander is interviewed, is delightful and is somewhat indicative of the life changes that happened after Dr. Alexander's near death experience, if only to consider the different kind of people that came into their lives as he became a message bearer.

I can see that this dvd may not be for everyone.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By wordings on November 20, 2014
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It was refreshing not to have a lot of annoying music, graphics and filler video shots in this piece: it's just two men talking about the afterlife. One part of me is convinced they are on to something, and another more skeptical part thinks perhaps Eben may have cooked up the story, or embellished it, for the sake of starting a second career, using his credentials and intelligence to win people over. You have to take him at his word that he experienced the things he did while in coma: if you do, then the argument is significant that he had such detailed experiences while the parts of his brain that are supposed to be responsible for such experiences was shut down. Maybe it's explained in his book, but I would have liked to ask him why he thinks these experiences weren't produced by his brain when it was on its way out of coma, right before he woke up: I've had dreams that where it seemed like years passed, when in real time it was only half and hour . . . Anyway, I'm attempting to put these doubts aside and just believe, based on the conviction of these men and others, and on my own experiences of odd and meaningful synchronicities and powerful dreams that echo some of NDE images and themes. You will like this if the topic interests you and you enjoy listening to thoughtful discussions without hokey bells and whistles thrown in.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Marie on October 13, 2014
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I am familiar with Raymond Moody's work and have read a couple of books by authors who experienced an NDE, yet, Eben Alexander's experience stands out for me. I am now TRULY convinced NDEs are real after listening to Dr. Alexander's intelligent approach in processing his NDE. I like that he didn't make his experience a religious one but a universal spiritual experience.

I also enjoyed Dr. Moody's interviewing style; he hardly interrupted but offered his insights for consideration and this enhanced the interview.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Brenda Gnader on March 12, 2014
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This was a very well done documentary and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I would recommend this to anybody that is interested in these kind of topics.
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