- Sorry, this item is not available in
- Image not available
- To view this video download Flash Player
|Price:||$17.15 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details|
|You Save:||$2.80 (14%)|
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.
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.
This requires thought, as it is deep at times. Thought provoking. If you have any interest in God or afterlife, this is a must.Published 7 days ago by Jay H. Colborn
I have two books as well as CD's on this subject by Dr. Eben Alexander. I found the books very interesting. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Danny Murphy
Fascinating interview concerning near death experience. One can hardly argue with a neurosurgeon that he experienced the separation of the mind from the consciousness. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Linda Behnke
Interesting documentary! It is not proof of anything; it's just someone's word, but what a remarkable story.Published 29 days ago by Robert
Dr. Alexander's previous book "Proof of Heaven" was definitely a 5 star book. Just about the very best book that I have ever read on Near Death Experiences (NDE). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Matt
Book was GREAT and to see and hear both Raymond Moody and Eben Alexander talk together really does add to the written work!
Highly recommend it!