Change is a Journey…
Our focus shifted from one topic to another and from one coast to another.
The team found itself in North Carolina at the International Association for Near Death Studies.
You would think that a place dedicated to the study of death and near death experiences would be gloomy. Far from it. It was a place filled with positive energy and hope. It was a place that let you know that death is simply the beginning of something bigger and more brilliant than could possibly be imagined.
The topic that we were here to explore was the human perception of death.
We were fortunate enough to have the perfect interviewee for this topic.
Diane Corcoran is a retired Army Colonel and nurse. Her interest in near-death experiences grew through her combat nursing in the Vietnam War. She is one of the best near-death researchers in the field.
Her book, ‘When Ego Dies: A Compilation of Near-Death and Mystical Conversion’ is a heartfelt compilation of stories from people who have touched the other side and returned to tell their tale.
In this clip, Diane discusses how those who have had a Near-Death Experience would define greatness.