Raymond Moody

Raymond Moody

Best known for his book "Life After Life," Raymond Moody is a best-selling and award-winning author, psychologist, physician, and philosopher.

The author of 12 books, Raymond Moody is famous for writing about life after death and near-death experiences, a term he coined in his 1975 best-seller "Life After Life." As a world-renowned scholar, researcher, and private counselor, Moody is recognized as the father of near-death-experience Psychology for his research into what happens when a person dies.

Moody earned his bachelor's degree (1966), masters degree (1967) and a Ph.D. (1969) in philosophy from the University of Virginia. He later received a Ph.D. in psychology from the University of West Georgia where he later became a professor. In 1976, Moody earned a M.D. from the Medical College of Georgia.

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Reincarnation
Raymond Moody’s Legacy of Near-Death Experiences
Personal memories of reincarnation and past lives can provide powerful proof for the persistence of the soul. Dr. Raymond Moody shares stories of people who have found their own connection to previous lives.
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Raymond Moody’s Legacy of Near-Death Experiences
Dr. Raymond Moody shares his decades of research in to a place that many people call the afterlife. We explore experiences such as the panoramic life review, recognizing people you once knew in life, and how their lives changed when they returned to life.
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Spirits of Departed Loved Ones
Raymond Moody’s Legacy of Near-Death Experiences
When someone has crossed the veil of death, how can we stay in contact? Dr. Raymond Moody insists that there is legitimate scientific claim to the connections we keep with those on the other side.
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Shared Death Experiences
Raymond Moody’s Legacy of Near-Death Experiences
With NDEs and Shared Death Experiences, is it possible that no one really dies alone? Dr. Raymond Moody relays experiences people have shared as they sat with a loved one upon the threshold of death.
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Raymond Moody on Near-Death Stories of Hope and Healing
Inspirations
Is there life after death? Yes, says Raymond Moody, M.D., psychiatrist and world-renowned researcher whose seminal work, Life After Life, completely changed the way we view death and dying.
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A Logical Approach to the Afterlife with Raymond Moody
Open Minds
Dr. Raymond Moody is in pursuit of a rational understanding of near death experiences and the afterlife. He has developed new rules of logic which may finally yield a means for conceptualizing these ineffable experiences of life after life.
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Explaining Near Death Experiences with Dr. Raymond Moody
Beyond Belief
Many people still find it difficult to explain what happened to them on the other side. Dr. Raymond Moody explains the emergence of a new logic that provides a rational way of thinking about the afterlife while giving people the means of explaining exactly what they have experienced.
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Raymond Moody in Pursuit of the Afterlife
Inspirations
Dr. Raymond Moody, psychiatrist, researcher and bestselling author, has interviewed more than a thousand survivors of near-death experiences. Watch this fascinating conversation between Dr. Moody and Lisa Garr to find out why, as a result of all of his research, Dr. Moody says, “Love is the most important thing.”
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A New Understanding of Near Death Experiences with Dr.  Raymond Moody
Beyond Belief
With religion and science not providing answers, many people are lost, looking for an explanation for their own near death experiences. Dr. Raymond Moody shares many accounts of NDEs and offers an explanation that crosses the boundaries between science and religion.
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Philosophy and the Afterlife with Raymond Moody
Inspirations
Do we go anywhere after we die? Raymond Moody, who coined the term “Near Death Experience,” is probably closer to that question than anyone on Earth.
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Raymond Moody on Life After Life
Conscious Media Network
Raymond Moody, author of Life After Life, discusses the origins of his work and the people that inspired and affected him in his early years of research, as well as what he has learned from talking to many people about their near-death experiences.