Foundation for Mind-Being Research

Alan Hugenot

Alan Hugenot graduated from college with an engineering degree after being trained to view the world through the perspective of Newtonian materialist science, But, in 1970, he survived a Near-Death experience which changed his perspective on everything. Since then, he has spent over 40 years collating all then scientific research on consciousness survival and the afterlife, including Near-Death experiences, reincarnation and past life regression therapy, After-Death communications and the supporting theories of quantum mechanics.

His education and employment as a mechanical engineer working in electronics and bio-tech facilities and process systems caused him to walk on both sides of the street. Consequently, he is a believer in the reality of alternative dimensions of existence but one who wants to know the precise physics behind it all.

It is simply amazing to him that science, medicine, and philosophy, have found no consensus to answer the question of what comes next.

Today, even with all our technology and advanced medicine we have never bothered to completely investigate the afterlife, even the most learned university professors, respected thinkers and scholars, like the late Carl Sagan, will admit that they simply do not know. Yet, according to a Spring 2007 survey conducted by AARP Magazine 73 percent of people, over 50 years old, believe in life after death. But, there any agreement stops. Why have we, in the 21st century, never bothered to investigate this thoroughly?

Reading the Tibetan Book of the Dead I came upon this thought:

"No intelligent tourist would depart for a foreign land without a good guidebook giving instructions on basic preparations, necessary equipment, dangers and obstacles. No Tibetan would depart the known territory of this life, without a good guidebook for the afterlife". Padma Sambhava, a Buddhist Master of the 8 th century.

I decided that I had the necessary experience and had done the research necessary to provide that missing guide book.

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