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Stanislav Grof on Death Experiences


Free Resource (#605) - July 17th, 2008
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Death Experiences: Stan Grof and Scott Eberle

Listen to this talk delivered at the Book Passage bookstore in San Francisco, CA. Author Stanislav Grof talks about his book The Ultimate Journey, telling stories about his own experiences with patients who have used psychedelic therapy and other methods of confronting death. Scott Eberle speaks about his book The Final Crossing which examines the intersection of the rites of passage movement with hospice care, and covers his observations of patients that have died both physically and symbolically. They answer a number of questions and talk about some of the difficulties that the American health care system has in confronting death, such as the illegality of euthanasia and the legal requirement to perform heroic measures of CPR when an individual is dying. This talk is available on streaming video from FORA.tv.

Death Experiences: Stan Grof and Scott Eberle

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