Gary Schwartz - Communication With the Deceased, Life After Death & The Soul Phone
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March 24, 2011
In this interview, Dr. Gary Schwartz discusses the hypothesis that the consciousness of a person survives physical death. He is a professor of psychology, medicine, neurology, psychiatry, and surgery at the University of Arizona and Director of its Laboratory for Advances in Consciousness and Health. He is probably most known for controversial experiments with mediums. In his early career Schwartz published extensively on biofeedback research and health psychology. His major research focus for the past ten years has been in the field of parapsychology, including the study of life after death, the spirit and other psychic phenomena. He has authored or coauthored more than 450 scientific papers including 6 in the journal Science. He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Society and the Society of Behavioral Medicine. He is also corporate director of development of energy healing for Canyon Ranch Resorts and the author of several books, including "The Afterlife Experiments", "The G.O.D.Experiments", "The Truth about Medium", "The Energy Healing Experiments", and the co-author of "The Living Energy Universe". His latest book is called "The Sacred Promise". We'll talk about Gary's laboratory research and experimentation when it comes to communication with the deceased. Gary shares the proof that he's found on the existence of spirit. We begin talking about Gary's contact with people such as Harry Houdini, Arthur Conan Doyle and others in the second hour. Later, we discuss synchronicity, coincidences, the photon detection technology and what Gary calls the"Soul Phone." Furthermore, we speculate about the consequences of the information that we might be able to get from talking to people on the other side, especially historical data. How can we know the information we're getting from the other side is accurate? We also talk about other fields like remote viewing and the use of Ouija boards to communicate with the deceased.