Merlian News Podcast with Hazel Courteney

Author, Hazel Courteney Hazel Courteney was the UK’s first alternative-health advice columnist with her column “What’s the Alternative?” in the Daily Mail, and she soon became an acknowledged expert on health and metaphysical issues. In 1998 she underwent a near-death experience that triggered huge amounts of paranormal phenomena to occur in her presence. She tells this incredible story in her book Divine Intervention and the sequel, The Evidence for the Sixth Sense. Hazel is also well known for a number of very successful health books including 500 of the Most Important Health Tips You’ll Ever Need. Her latest book is entitled, Countdown to Coherence: A Spiritual Journey toward a Scientific Theory of Everything.

In this podcast, Merryn Jose speaks with Hazel Courteney on various topics covered in her book Countdown to Coherence. Such topics include:

Hazel’s near-death experience How her NDE was part of a “Spiritual Emergency”, a term coined by Dr.’s Stan & Christina Grof; Hazel’s “Divine Intervention” and how others can learn from her experience. Also, the purpose of the thalamus. She discusses her visit with Dr. Bill Tiller and his theory on “Coherence” Spiritual Science. Hazel also talks about Dr. Jude Currivan‘s work, and her visit to Damanhur.

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For more information on Hazel Courteney and her books, please visit www.hazelcourteney.com

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