The 2020 IANDS conference is the largest online gathering of its kind in the world, providing an unprecedented opportunity for those interested in NDEs. Participants can enjoy a wealth of expert researchers, medical professionals, and counselors, as well as hear Near-Death Experiencers recount their inspiring adventures. The 2020 theme, Unlocking the Healing Wisdom of NDEs, offers a program highlighting grief support, healing modalities, and insights into the afterlife.
The online conference dates are August 14-16, 2020 and offer researchers as well as participants a platform to learn the latest findings on this timely subject.
This is a new experience for the IANDS organization. Traditionally they offer an in-person event where people from all corners of the Earth gather to learn and share their findings in this exciting field. But like so many nonprofits, the IANDS team had to adjust their plans to accommodate the current events and shutdowns from COVID 19.
This virtual conference will allow participants to watch live plus watch for 90 days after the event. Conference partakers will see and hear internationally renowned inspirational speakers and expert panelists share their personal experiences while introducing cutting edge healing, anxiety releasing techniques, plus grief support for helping participants through the current pandemic challenges.
The conference includes:
- Personal Accounts of Inspirational NDEs
- Up-to-date Reports by Expert Researchers
- Healing Help for Grief, Anxiety, & the Fear of Death
- A Live participatory Experiencers’ Sharing Lounge
- Four Zoom Rooms with simultaneous programming!
The 2020 IANDS Virtual Conference keynote speakers are Suzanne Giesemann, MA, Howard Storm, Anita Moorjani, and Mary Neal, MD. For more information about the IANDS Conference, visit http://www.virtualconference.iands.org/speakers
IANDS, www.iands.org, is a 501c3 Non-Profit Corporation whose mission is to support near-death ‘experiencers’ and the NDE research community. IANDS holds conferences, at regular intervals, on the topic of near-death experiences. The first meeting was a medical seminar at Yale University, New Haven (CT) in 1982. This was followed by the first clinical conference in Pembroke Pines (FL), and the first research conference in Farmington (CT) in 1984. Since then, conferences have been held in major U.S. cities, almost annually. Many of the conferences have addressed a specific topic, defined in advance of the meeting. This year the topic is Unlock the Healing Wisdom of Near-Death Experiences.
According to Wikipedia, “Near-death studies is a field of psychology and psychiatry that studies the physiology, phenomenology and after-effects of the near-death experience (NDE). The field was originally associated with a distinct group of North American researchers that followed up on the initial work of Raymond Moody, and who later established the International Association for Near-death Studies (IANDS) and the Journal of Near-Death Studies. Since then the field has expanded, and now includes contributions from a wide range of researchers and commentators worldwide.”
To learn more, go to www.virtualconference.iands.org