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In this episode of Warrior Radio, I sit down with Susan Blackmore, who is a psychologist, lecturer and writer researching consciousness, memes, and anomalous experiences, and a Visiting Professor at the University of Plymouth, UK.

She is a TED lecturer, blogs for the Guardian, and often appears on radio and television. Her more recent books include:

We dive into her research into the nature of out of body experiences (OBE’s), near death experiences (NDE’s), and the science of consciousness.

What You’ll Learn:

  • A transformative, out-of-body experience Susan underwent at 19 in university that jump-started her career in consciousness exploration
  • The latest science behind out-of-body experiences
  • Why out-of-body experiences are more common than you might think
  • Why the “tunnel experience” and moving towards a white light is so common in OBE’s
  • Why Susan believes that out-of-body experiences are a result of an overactivity of certain areas of the brain
  • Why out of body experiences typically occur when someone is lying on their back
  • Why the junction between the temporal and parietal lobes is at the heart of many OBE’s and NDE’s
  • A strange electronic helmet that stimulates the brain in a way to have an OBE on demand
  • How researchers are using virtual reality to explore the science behind out-of-body experiences
  • An exploration on the nature of consciousness

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