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60. I routinely interact with Masters and Ph.d. candidates doing studies on subjects such as magnetoencephalogram findings in experienced meditators, EEG and MEG studies in remote viewers, studies correlating grief resolution with openness to discussing near death experiences, and use of discussion of NDEs to facilitate “mindful” dying in hospice patients.  
 
61. This was the National Institute of Discovery Science, an extraordinary project funded by Space Station pioneer Robert Bigelow bringing together dozens of top consciousness experts to discuss these issues.  
 

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