Consciousness After DeathwithImants Barušs

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Imants Barušs is Professor of Psychology at King’s University College at the University of Western Ontario, Canada. He is author of The Personal Nature of Notions of Consciousness: A Theoretical and Empirical Examination of the Role of the Personal in the Understanding of Consciousness, Science as a Spiritual Practice, Alterations of Consciousness: An Empirical Analysis for Social Scientists, and Authentic Knowing: The Convergence of Science and Spiritual Aspiration. He is coauthor, with Julia Mossbridge, of Transcendent Mind: Revisioning the Science of Consciousness, and Radical Transformation: The Unexpected Interplay of Consciousness and Reality. His newest book is Death as an Altered State of Consciousness: A Scientific Approach. His website is

Here he explains how he teaches college students about the possibility of life after death.

00:00 Introduction

04:39 Academic materialism

09:13 Living agent psi

15:33 Skepticism

30:12 Personal experience

35:35 Reincarnation

41:30 Mysticism

45:30 Dreams

49:28 Psychopathology

57:56 Conclusion

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(Recorded on August 3, 2023)

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Published on September 8, 2023


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