Re: [Meditation Society of America] coma consciousness
- >Today in the news: man awakes from a 19-year coma.
comas.>Later, I scanned the internet for other tales of awakenings from
>I would love to speak with some of these people.Hi Nina,You might enjoy reading some ofStanislov Grof's fascinating accountsof working with people in coma.I heard him once speak of this onthe PBS show: Thinking Aloud withJeffrey Mislowe.(sp?)And I also read a book once: "TheAdventure of Self Discovery".He speaks of coma as an opportunityfor people to "work things out"...in a manner of speaking....a kind of'time out' from ordinary waking life.His testimony about working withpeople in coma - to facilitate this'working out' - was fascinating to me.He'd find ways of accessing them byamplifying any kind of verbal orphysical cues they'd give. Kind oflike building a language with whatis presented. Whether it was anoccasional "whooo!!", an eye twitch,jerking arm...whatever.Was really an interesting listen.Melody
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> >Today in the news: man awakes from a 19-year coma.
> >Later, I scanned the internet for other tales of awakenings from
> >I would love to speak with some of these people.
> Hi Nina,
> You might enjoy reading some of
> Stanislov Grof's fascinating accounts
> of working with people in coma.
> I heard him once speak of this on
> the PBS show: Thinking Aloud with
> Jeffrey Mislowe.(sp?)
> And I also read a book once: "The
> Adventure of Self Discovery".
> He speaks of coma as an opportunity
> for people to "work things out"...
> in a manner of speaking....a kind of
> 'time out' from ordinary waking life.
> Was really an interesting listen.Wow, thanks, Melody. I'll check into it!