Elaine highlights that currently proposed psychobiological theories are unable to fully explain the total complexity of these experiences. The fact that these experiences can occur when a person is unconscious, or has reached the point of clinical death, is also medically inexplicable. These experiences lie on the boundary between life and death, and their understanding requires an expansion of our view of consciousness.
For most, the near-death or transient-death experience is life changing and significant after-effects, such as losing the fear of death and an unwavering conviction that there is life after death, may be experienced. Elaine examines not only the potential after-effects of the experience but also the many repercussions these changes may create. To share your own transformative experience of this nature with TELERF please click here.
Elaine’s research into near-death and transient-death experiences is comprehensive and all-encompassing. In the words of one attendee,
I have attended many talks and workshops but none as profound as Elaine’s. I was captivated from start to finish…the knowledge she shared has definitely changed me (Gill W.)