Diane Corcoran: Near Death Expertise


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Event:
Diane Corcoran: Near Death Expertise
Start:
31 January, 2020 10:00 am
End:
2 February, 2020 5:00 pm
Category:
Updated:
20 September, 2019
Venue:
The Spirit University
Phone:
9415445874
Address:
373 Braden Ave, Sarasota, 34243

Dr. Diane K. Corcoran, RN, PhD, Col (Ret) Army

Expertise in Validating, Educating, Supporting Near-Death Experiencers

“I came to believe that many soldiers were having near-death experiences as bombs exploded and gunfire nearly took their lives. But many were uncomfortable sharing what happened, and felt they had no one to talk to. I knew they needed an outlet – someone to share their life-transforming experience with – who wouldn’t be dismissive or think they were crazy.” ~ Dr. Diane Corcoran

NDES Are REAL Experiences A Near-Death Experience (NDE) is a profound psychological event that may occur to a person close to death or, if not near death, in a situation of physical or emotional crisis. Because it includes transcendental and mystical elements, an NDE is a powerful event of consciousness; it is not mental illness. A person who has had a Near-Death Experience (an NDEr) often has mixed feelings. A person may express anger, grief or relief. Some will remember their NDE immediately, while others may have aftereffects but not recall the experience. Some reactions are fear that the NDE signifies a mental disorder, disorientation because reality has shifted,  euphoria, feeling special or “chosen”, withdrawal to ponder the experience. In “Nearing Death Awareness”, dying people may become aware of, for example, the presence of deceased loved ones who are there to reassure them.

If you had an NDE, you are not alone and have NOT lost your mind. When NDErs own their experience and have somebody who really knows about it, understands, and gives them the information they need, then those men and women combat veterans can begin to heal.

Event Schedule

NDE 101: The Basics of Recognizing a Near-Death Experience – Fri, Jan 31, 7-9pm

NDES Are REAL Experiences A Near-Death Experience (NDE) is a profound psychological event that may occur to a person close to death or, if not near death, in a situation of physical or emotional crisis. Because it includes transcendental and mystical elements, an NDE is a powerful event of consciousness; it is not mental illness. When NDErs own their experience and have somebody who really knows about it, understands, and gives them the information they need, then those men and women combat veterans can begin to heal. Dr. Diane K. Corcoran, RN, PhD, Col (Ret) Army will discuss the basics of being able to recognize your personal NDE as well as those who have also experienced an NDE personally. There will be a Question and Answer time allotted to answer any questions you may be stuck answering yourself. $25 in advance, $35 at the door.

Near Death Experiences for Veterans, Sat, Feb 1, 10am-5pm (lunch 12-1pm) 

“I came to believe that many soldiers were having near-death experiences as bombs exploded and gunfire nearly took their lives. But many were uncomfortable sharing what happened, and felt they had no one to talk to. I knew they needed an outlet – someone to share their life-transforming experience with – who wouldn’t be dismissive or think they were crazy.” ~ Dr. Diane Corcoran. NDES Are REAL Experiences A Near-Death Experience (NDE) is a profound psychological event that may occur to a person close to death or, if not near death, in a situation of physical or emotional crisis. Because it includes transcendental and mystical elements, an NDE is a powerful event of consciousness; it is not mental illness. During this workshop Retired Colonel Corcoran will speak how soldiers can recognize, address and heal from and NDE and be better soldier and battle buddy. $39 in advance, $49 at the door.

Near-Death Experiences for Everyone – Sat, Feb 1, 7-9pm

If you had an NDE, you are not alone and have NOT lost your mind. A person who has had a Near-Death Experience (an NDEr) often has mixed feelings. A person may express anger, grief or relief. Some will remember their NDE immediately, while others may have aftereffects but not recall the experience. Some reactions are fear that the NDE signifies a mental disorder, disorientation because reality has shifted,  euphoria, feeling special or “chosen”, withdrawal to ponder the experience. In “Nearing Death Awareness”, dying people may become aware of, for example, the presence of deceased loved ones who are there to reassure them. With this talk Diane Corcoran helps you deal with the feelings and emotions that come with an NDE as well as how to get back to being you and not allowing this experience to hold you back from being the best you can be as well as healing. $29 in advance, $39 at the door.

NDE with Diane Corcoran – Sun, Feb 2, 2-5pm

NDEs do not only occur to adults, they can happen at any point in your life. Recognizing the experience and healing from it is a journey best taken with help from a trained physcian whether therapist or medical doctor. During this talk and video Dr. Corcoran will show a video of what doctors need to know about NDEs as well what we should know about NDEs in general. There will also be time for the audience to share their own NDE without fear of judgment. When NDErs own their experience and have somebody who really knows about it, understands, and gives them the information they need, then those men and women combat veterans can begin to heal. $39 in advance, $49 at the door.

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