We are currently continuing our data collection and have launched the Dutch and German surveys which will be available online until 31 January 2023.

We conduct our survey by language groups, using the same questionnaire, in order to be able to aggregate and compare the data collected. The survey has now been completed in English, French and Spanish and part of the research findings have been published (see Publications).

More information and the links to the questionnaires are available in the section “Current surveys”.

A Quest for Wisdom – how do we craft a philosophy for life? David Lorimer, Monday 21 March 2022

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Monday 21 March 2022

 

A Quest for Wisdom – how do we craft a philosophy for life?

 

DAVID LORIMER

 

In the chair Ian Skelly

Venue  Brunswick Ltd  (formerly The Lincoln Centre)

Doors open 5.40pm  Lecture begins 6.15pm – 7.45pm   Admission FREE

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The Bigelow Institute for Conciousness Studies (BICS) essay awards is to raise the public awareness for the Survival of Human Consciousness topic and to stimulate research. One goal of the essay contest is to award contestants for writing papers that summarize the best evidence available for the survival of human consciousness after permanent bodily death.

BICS recently published the twenty nine winning essays from the 2021 BICS essay competition.

The essay by our team 'A Critical Evaluation of the Best Evidence for the Survival of Human Consciousness after Permanent Bodily Death' was amongst the winners of this contest.

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La science se penche aujourd’hui sur des phénomènes longtemps considérés comme paranormaux. Pendant un coma, un arrêt cardiaque ou une anesthésie générale, certaines personnes vivent une expérience étrange dont elles reviennent profondément et durablement transformées. Elles ont vu leur vie défiler, ont traversé un tunnel, sont entrées dans une lumière intense, ont rencontré des défunts ou des entités spirituelles et ont communié avec l’amour inconditionnel. Durant ces moments d’inconscience, d’autres se décorporent et flottent au-dessus de leur lit d’hôpital, de la table d’opération ou du lieu de l’accident.