This week I am talking to Adam Dince about his book ‘Back to the Beyond: Exploring Near-Death Experiences Through Hypnosis’.
What happens after you die? Is there an afterlife? How can I find peace in my fear of death, or comfort after I’ve lost a loved one?
After the tragic death of his father, Adam Dince wrestled with these questions for years. In search of answers, he began to research stories of those who had near-death experiences-people who briefly died but came back to life.
These brilliant accounts filled Adam with hope that we live on long after our bodies do.
Today, Adam is a certified hypnotherapist who specializes in past life regression, along with regressing clients back to memories and experiences in their “life between lives.”
Seven stunning firsthand accounts of near-death experiences.
The science behind the new hypnotherapy modality, near-death experience.
Regression, and what the multidimensional aspects of the mind can teach us about consciousness and other realms.
Fans of After by Dr. Bruce Greyson will appreciate this secular approach to a spiritual question-and the transformational lessons it provides.
What awaits us after physical death is both perfect and beautiful. And what people who have gone back to the beyond can tell you—is that it’s all about love.
Adam Dince is a hypnotherapist certified by the Institute for Neuro-Linguistic Programming (INLP) Center and the International Hypnosis Federation. Adam specializes in current life regression, past life regression, life between lives regression (LBL), and hypnotic regression techniques that heal present-life traumas, limiting beliefs, and other challenging life experiences. Adam refers to a new hypnotherapy modality that he’s developed as near-death experience (NDE) regression and is covered in explicit detail in his new book, BackToTheBeyond.com.
In addition to hypnotherapy, Adam is a medicine man and is founder of & healer at Sacred Stairways Hypnotherapy & Healing located in Stillwater, Minnesota. Adam is also an adjunct professor at the University of St. Thomas and the University of Wisconsin – Milwuakee.