Dr. Jim Tucker will have the great pleasure of presenting his research with Bruce Leininger, the father who verified the memories that his son James was having of being a World War II pilot.
Across Lifetimes – Childhood Past Lives: The Scientific Research and One Family’s Soul Journey with Dr. Jim B. Tucker, M.D. and special guest Bruce Leininger. Join us as we discuss the science and the journey of the soul in one of the world’s most captivating Past Lives case studies. Hear from both sides of the experience, the Scientist of New York Times Best Selling book “Return to Life” as well as the family and author of “Soul Survivor.”
Dr. Jim Tucker will present research on
“Birthmarks and Children’s Memories of Past Lives”
Dr. Bruce Greyson will discuss his research into Near Death Experiences on the NPR radio program,
The State of Things – North Carolina Public radio, WUNC.
WUNC is North Carolina’s premiere public radio talk show and is broadcasted on 17 stations across the state. This program is heard by more than 410,000 listeners each week.
John Cleese is doing a benefit performance for DOPS!
April 11th, 8:00-9:00 Paramount Theater, Charlottesville, VA.
Join us for this rare opportunity to experience the incomparable comic genius of John Cleese! This is special appearance by the inimitable John Cleese in a one man show, solo performance as part of the 7th annual Tom Tom Founders Festival.
The proceeds from the performance will benefit UVA Division of Perceptual Studies research efforts.
Come out and see one of the world’s most iconic living comedians on stage in this once-in-a-lifetime-opportunity! We are looking forward to an unforgettable night of wry mirth with the man who brought us the humor of Monty Python, the “Minister of the silly walk,” and who strongly influenced British and American television over the years.
*Tickets can be purchased at the Paramount Theater website.
Legendary actor, writer and comedian John Cleese, friend and supporter of the research being done at the UVA Division of Perceptual Studies, will be moderating a 90 minute discussion of the scope of the research being done at the UVA Division of Perceptual Studies.
In a panel discussion moderated by John Cleese, the UVA Division of Perceptual Studies research faculty will convene to present an overview of the research to which they have dedicated their academic careers. The DOPS panel presenters will be: director of UVA DOPS, Jim Tucker, MD; Ed Kelly, PhD; Emily Kelly, PhD; Bruce Greyson, MD; and Kim Penberthy, PhD. The Division of Perceptual Studies research unit is part of the Department of Psychiatry & Neurobehavioral Sciences within the University of Virginia School of Medicine.
The scope of the UVA Division of Perceptual Studies research portfolios include: investigating children who have memories of past lives; the nature of consciousness and the mind-body relationship; neuro-imaging studies of psi events; and individuals who report near-death experiences (NDEs).
This is a ticketed event. Please See the Tom Tom Festival website for details regarding purchasing tickets.
*PLEASE NOTE* The ticket price is $15.00, but by using the code DOPS-LAD-2018, you can obtain a *free ticket* to this special UVA DOPS panel discussion event moderated by John Cleese.
To get the free ticket, go to Tom Tom Festival website
1) Click on the green ticket button
2) Note ”Enter Promotional Code” in the upper right of the pop-up window and insert DOPS-LAD-2018
3) Scroll down to find “Keynote: Is There Life After Death with John Cleese” and collect your free ticket!
IANDS 2018 Conference: Explore the Extraordinary-The After effects and Gifts of NDEs , August 30th-September 2nd, 2018
Dr. Bruce Greyson will deliver the KEYNOTE PRESENTATION for the IANDS 2018 Conference
“WHY NEAR-DEATH EXPERIENCES MATTER: CHANGED LIVES AND CHOPPED LIVER”
A rich literature has developed about NDEs, focusing on their frequency, common features, possible physiological and psychological causes, and common aftereffects. This information has been greeted by the public, to a large extent, as comforting entertainment, and it has been dismissed by scientists, to a large extent, as meaningless tricks of the brain. Are NDEs more than that? Are they important enough to demand the serious attention of both scientists and the public? Dr. Greyson argues that NDEs are far more than entertainment or brain tricks, but in fact are critically important to experiencers, to scientists, and to the public at large. He will outline why NDEs matter to experiencers, why they matter for our scientific view of the relationship between mind and brain and for scientific ideas of survival of consciousness after death, why they matter for how we provide medical care, and finally why they matter for how we all lead our lives and view our role in the universe.
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Do We Survive Death? The evidence suggests YES… but not in the way you might think…
Since the beginning of human existence, we have been asking the question, “What – if anything – happens to us after death?” For millennia, these answers have been given to us almost exclusively through our religious traditions. Over the past 400 years, science has been challenging that religious view with its own; many scientists claiming that “you” are only your brain, and that “you” just vanish when your brain stops working. In his talk, Patrick Belisle will share evidence that you are much more than your brain and show you how modern research reveals that some part of you does survive death.
The presentation will also include two short videos, plus you will hear ideas from Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, Edgar Cayce, Carl Sagan, Ian Stevenson, and – perhaps most interestingly – from people who have, themselves, survived death.
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International Symposium for Contemplative Research 2018
The Intersection of Contemplation, Research, and Daily Life
November 8–11, 2018 | Phoenix, AZ
Dr. Kim Penberthy will participate in a collaborative panel presentation titled:
“Off the Cushion and into the Streets: Diversity and Inclusion in Contemplative Science.”
Dr. Penberthy is co-presenting with Marin Davidson of the UVA Darden School of Business, Michael Swanberg of UVA Public Health, and Dallas Ducar of the UVA School of Nursing. This presentation will take place in room Coyote/Buzzard/Eagle at the conference center.
Dr. Jim Tucker will present “Life Before Life: Extraordinary Cases of Children Who Remember Past Lives”, at the upcoming Vail Symposium.
This program will explore the various features of this worldwide phenomenon, with Dr. Tucker describing numerous cases along the way. Common features in the cases include a child talking about a past life at a very early age; behaviors that appear connected to that life, such as phobias related to the mode of death and sometimes birthmarks or birth defects that correspond to wounds the previous person suffered.
The presentation will include a review of the research and the details of recent American cases.
March 14th, 2019, 6:00-7:30 pm, Vail, CO