PMH Atwater | January 27, 2023
Not enough attention has been paid to the youngest near-death experiencers: those still in the womb, newborns, infants, toddlers, and those under the age of six. We are fascinated with out-of-the-mouth-of-babes stories, yet we fail to examine the aftereffects they contend with and why professional therapists are unable to understand or relate to them.
In this talk Atwater focuses on the unusual enhancements in intelligent often found with these children and how they return from death or near death abstracting, appearing to be more mature, wiser, creative problem solvers, who seem to have undergone a learning reversal. Attention is given to those who remember their birth and have pre-birth memories, those who appear to have experienced what Dr. Atwater calls "a brain shift" - what may well be a structural, chemical, and functionary change in the brain.
The three distinct lights encountered in near-death states will also be discussed, especially the Black or Dark Light, which seems to have an important role with healings and wisdom. Many child experiencers call this Light, "The Darkness That Knows."
P. M. H. Atwater, L.H.D. is one of the original researchers in the field of near-death studies, having begun her work in 1978 and completing 10 books on her findings – some of which have now been verified in clinical settings. Her, The Big Book of Near-Death Experiences, was featured in the online version of Newsweek Magazine. Near-Death Experiences: The Rest of The Story is her most complete and controversial book yet. She has won many awards, appeared on numerous TV shows, and spoken around the world – always inviting people to look past appearances for the truth that underlies what we think we know.