Tucson IANDS Experience Sharing to Host Dr. Alan Hugenot
The Tucson International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS) Experience Sharing program will be hosting a talk by Dr. Alan Hugenot, a physicist who has survived a near-death experience (NDE), at 6:30 p.m., October 8, at Unity of Tucson.
During his time in college, Hugenot had a NDE after a motorcycle accident. As a NDE survivor and now a physicist, he has the knowledge, experience and research data necessary to provide insight on the questions of an afterlife. Hugenot will talk about life and death matters, and discuss profound questions such as, “What happens when we die?” and, “How can we live more enjoyable lives now?”
Under the leadership of Susan Amsden and Chuck Swedrock, Tucson IANDS Experience Sharing program (TIES) has grown to over 700 meetup members and become the largest IANDS group in the world. TIES provides life-changing speaker meetings and discussion. The principle organization, IANDS, promotes research, education and support regarding the subject of near-death and similar spiritually transformative experiences.