6 Results: OBE
From Out-of-Body Explorer to Consciousness Pioneer
In 1971 Doubleday published a book called Journeys Out of the Body, a Virginia businessman's memoir of his weird and wonderful adventures on other planes of reality. That book, which has sold more than a million copies, and that man, Robert Monroe, helped cement the concept of astral travel into the American psyche ...
- Publications Books
- July 13, 2007
- 408 pages
As a scientist and neuropsychiatrist, I agree with the late physicist Sir William Lawrence Bragg’s statement that, “The important thing in science is not so much to obtain new ...
- New Science
- Noetic Research
Mainstream research has concluded that out-of-body experiences (OBEs) are simply the hallucinatory result of distorted brain functions. Nicholls, an independent researcher inspired to dig deeper by his own out-of-body travels, believes there’s more to it.
Nicholls is a British author of two books on out-of-body experiences, which he has explored for over 25 years. He has also developed his own technology and techniques for inducing out-of-body states. He has lectured at venues including Cambridge University, The Society for Psychical Research, and the London Science Museum, and has been widely featured in the media, including the BBC, The Independent, The Telegraph, The Daily Express, and The Times. He is currently developing a research project looking into his own OBEs, which he hopes will bridge the gap between neuroscience and veridical research. For more information on his work, please visit www.grahamnicholls.com.
The basic features of a near-death experience, such as tunnels, lights, and out-of-body travels, are well known, but much of the phenomenon remains a mystery. Venselaar has dug deeper into the puzzle and may have found a few of the missing pieces.
6 Results: OBE