Video and Discussion:
Round Trip: The Near-Death Experience
Round Trip presents powerful, first-hand recollections from five people whose lives have been profoundly changed by Near-Death Experiences (NDEs). A philosopher, a parapsychologist, and a theologian also interpret and comment on these extraordinary events. (Running time: 40 minutes)
Round Trip sheds light on several timeless questions:
What happens when we die?
Does our spirit live on?
Do we meet our deceased friends and relatives?
Other related topics will be discussed as time permits.
Jack Dunlavey will lead the discussion.
Important Notices and Reminders:
Everyone is welcome, free of charge. A donation of $5 is requested to cover
expenses and support future programs.
A group usually goes out for Chinese food after the meeting, and you are welcome to join the group.
MD IANDS is an information and support group about Near-Death Experiences (NDEs) for those who are interested in them and for those who have had them. Business cards and fliers for attendees’ products and services can be displayed on a table provided, but self-promotion during meeting discussions is discouraged.
Maryland IANDS generally meets the first Sunday of each month.
Maryland IANDS and the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab do not endorse products, speakers, or views expressed. Maryland IANDS provides an educational opportunity and JH APL provides a meeting place.