Tuesday, October 25, 2016

NDE Expert Brian McLaughlin Co-Hosts TV Episodes Dealing With Suicide Prevention, Bullying, Mental Health And PTSD

McLaughlin's book about his NDE details his totally unique near death experience. It is raw and it's real. There is no embellishment, no preaching and no hidden agenda

Brian McLaughlin, near death experience expert, speaker and author of a highly praised book about NDE, 'A Flight Without Wings, My Experience With Heaven', recently served as co-host of two segments on Madhouse TV. McLaughlin's near death experience brought him to a state of unshakable peace and total freedom from fear. His experience gives him a unique perspective on topics such as suicide prevention, bullying and PTSD.

The October 10th segment of 'Chapters Rap' on Madhouse TV addressed suicide prevention, mental health and bullying and focused on creating awareness and solutions. The segment featured Linda Rossi, founder of 'Chrissy's Wish' and a local representative of the Long Island Crisis Center.

The October 17th segment focused on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The segment featured Lou Falco, Director of Operation Initiative Foundation Inc., an organization that provide resources to Veterans and families of Veterans.

 McLaughlin stated: “Recently I signed on to co-host an internet TV show known as the ‘Chapters Rap’, which may become ‘Double Vision’ at some point. My contribution to the show is my perspective on the common element of fear.

"The past two shows dealt with suicide prevention in youth AND veterans, as well as bullying and PTSD. The fear factor is obvious in some topics, but may be more obscure as it relates to the subjects mentioned here.

"There is an age old dilemma of dealing with self worth, self esteem, finding one’s identity which may manifest themselves in the form of becoming a bully. This creates a fear for the victim. Where that leads is anyone’s guess. It sometimes culminates in completing suicide. Understanding the dynamics of bullying may bring some clarity to the victim in finding an alternative option.

"PTSD may be more complex, but still exhibits some connection to fear in exploring the different remedies available. My best guess is that sufferers of PTSD might suffer with, among other things, a fear of isolation in facing these complexities.

"All in all, many of these adversities in life contain underlying fears of failure,  certainly the fear of an unknown solution/result, and maybe fear of embarrassment in seeking support... among other fears.

"The message I try to convey is to seek help, as you may be surprised at how many people want to help.  It can be a difficult emotion to deal with alone."

Brian McLaughlin shows us clearly in his book how we can experience a life filled with peace in the midst of discord. We can find freedom from fear when faced with uncertainty. We can overcome any form of anxiety, even while facing down threats from within and without. Depression, despair and dismay can easily be transformed into peace, confidence, contentment and joy in one single stroke. What is this most powerful concept that will allow us achieve these states?

The key is to accept that the afterlife really does exist - without question. This has nothing to do with religion and everything to do with truth. While the afterlife cannot be proven using a scientific method based in the physical, it can be proven through one's experience. McLaughlin is one of very few people who have had that experience. He speaks from that experience and his readers and audiences reap the benefits.

A Flight Without Wings' offers readers a look at the near death experience from an unbiased point of view. It is the presentation of the material that sets this book apart from the other books about the near death experience. It is raw and it's real. There is no embellishment and no hidden agenda. While his book has a spiritual flavor certainly, there is no preaching and no religious messages. It is his near-death experience, just as it happened.

McLaughlin's experience changed the course of his life forever.  It instilled in him what we all seek - certainty about life after death. And with that a peace of  mind that can never be shaken, nor can it be doubted. His near death experience brought a sense of clarity. It brought a sense of real, lasting peace. He now knows with certainty that we exist forever. It is that simple message he brings to his audience, both through his book and at his speaking engagements.

Brian McLaughlin was chosen as one of '50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading' in 2015. Reviews of 'A Flight Without Wings' have been overwhelmingly positive. Dr. Penny Sartori, author of 'The Wisdom of Near-Death Experiences', said "This book will help others who have had an NDE to make sense of their experience and will also help those close to someone who has had an NDE because NDEs affect close family members and friends too."

Jack Magnus, a reviewer with Readers Favorite, called the book a "well written and moving memoir that neither delves into the fanciful or dogmatic,...”  "…Well worth reading, and is highly recommended." Another stated, "Being a mother who lost her only child I found it to be a great comfort to me." Another said, "I have read many accounts such as these, but this beautifully written account simply touched my heart in ways that previous ones have not."

Mark Feuerstein, Actor (Royal Pains, USA Network) wrote: “I have read it and I think it’s an inspiring tale of deep insight and so personal and yet so universal . . . such profound perspective.”

Brian McLaughlin is available for media interviews and can be reached using the information below or by email at bamplaya@msn.com. 'A Flight Without Wings' is available at Amazon, Payhip and other book retailers. More information is available on his website at: http://www.BrianMcLaughlinBooks.com.

About Brian McLaughlin:

Brian McLaughlin is the award-winning author of 'A Flight Without Wings'. In his inspirational book, Brian vividly depicts his journey into Heaven and his following return to life caused by a massive head trauma sustained while vacationing in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico twenty-one years ago.


Brian McLaughlin