Last weekend I presented a keynote lecture at the 15th Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society, Transpersonal Section in Scarborough. The Transpersonal Psychology Section was founded by Professor David Fontana (who was fondly remembered by all at the conference), Ingrid Slack and Martin Treacy in 1995.
My lecture was about my hospital research into NDEs and how much we can learn from people who have had a NDE. The talk was recorded and will be available to listen to from the website of the Transpersonal Psychology website soon.
The whole conference was very interesting and I learned a great deal from all of the papers that I attended and from all of the people I met. It was an honour to present at the conference and to share in the knowledge of others.
Other keynote speakers were Dr Larry Culliford, Dr Arlene Audergon and Dr Michael Daniels.
I’m looking forward to next years conference.