This magazine contains the following articles:
THE MYSTICAL IMPACT OF NEAR-DEATH EXPERIENCES by Bruce Greyson
Once regarded as meaningless hallucinations, near-death experiences (NDSs) have become the subject of serious study across a wide range of disciplines. Those who have had them are never the same -- and their experiences are remarkably similar.
I'VE BEEN HERE BEFORE: CHILDREN'S REPORTS OF PREVIOUS LIVES by Jim B. Tucker
One of the world's foremost experts on the scientific study of reincarnation discusses the results of his work, what constitutes evidence, and where the research is headed.
TALKING TO THE DEAD: LABORATORY INVESTIGATION OF MEDIUMSHIP by Julie Beischel
The study of mediumship has grown increasingly sophisticated, and the results potentially more relevant to our understanding of the relationship between mind/consciousness and how the brain works.
DISBELIEF DESPITE THE EVIDENCE by David Fontana
Why do so many scientists, religious leaders, and even some parapsychologists resist the evidence that consciousness survives death? The reasons are varied, but as our thirst for meaning grows, the data are finding a more willing and receptive audience.
WHAT DEATH TELLS US ABOUT LIFE by Charles T. Tart
Unless we understand the full spectrum of human experience, from psi phenomena and out-of-body experiences to altered states and NDEs, we will not understand what might survive death -- or the purpose of our embodied lives.
Frontiers of Research
The Love Study by Dean Radin and Marilyn Mandala Schlitz