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Afterlife Extraordinary Communications via George Knapp Coast To Coast Am (Video)

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COAST TO COAST AM. George Knapp was joined by clinical psychologist, Dr. Allan Botkin, who discussed how he created Induced After-Death Communication (IADC) therapy while counseling Vietnam veterans in his work at a Chicago area VA hospital. While IADCs, which seem to allow for communication with deceased loved ones, appear to be supernatural, Botkin stressed that he tries to avoid speculating on the nature and veracity of these experiences, since his focus is primarily on facilitating healing and recovery for his patients who are struggling with grief and trauma.

“That’s the only argument I really want to make: it works,” he said, “it heals people to a degree that has not been even thought to be possible.” Featured guests also include: Mary Joyce

 

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  • digdug30

    Nothing about the afterlife here, think someone got mixed up. This talk seems to be about Cherokee Indians.

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