After the loss of a very close loved one or after a deeply spiritually transformative experience such as an NDE, many people feel an intense longing for Home. If we verbalize this, it can be seen as morose. It's a taboo subject, but I wanted to explore it. I asked Peter why he chose to stay after his NDE(s) where he experienced pure bliss. Nearly 40 years after his first NDE, Peter is still here.
Reverend Peter Panagore is a 2x Near Death Experiencer, Professional Speaker, Best Selling International Author and broadcaster with 30 million Views Annually.
Peter is the author of Heaven is Beautiful: How Dying Taught Me That Death Is Just the Beginning and Two Minutes for God: Quick Fixes for the Spirit
Peter is a former pastor. But, he continues to minister to people and is a regular guest speaker in churches.
I invited Peter to talk to a group that I volunteer with. During our talk he mentioned something that I wanted to go deeper into. I called him up and he agreed to this interview.
Peter has had two near death experiences. After the loss of a very close loved one or after a deeply spiritually transformative experience such as an NDE, many people feel an intense longing for Home. If we speak of this, it can be seen as morose. It's taboo to talk about wanting to die. But I wanted to explore it and Peter was kind enough to explore it with me. I asked Peter why he chose to stay after his NDE(s) where he experienced pure bliss. Nearly 40 years after his first NDE, Peter is still here.
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Living in Boothbay Harbor, Peter is a husband, father, grandfather, a two-time near-death experiencer, storyteller, ordained pastor, writer, best-selling book author, entrepreneur, public speaker, tv talent, producer, and more. He earned his Master of Divinity at Yale University with a focus on the classics of western mysticism.
Peter served eighteen years as a Congregational community minister in the United Church of Christ, primarily along the coast of Maine. For fifteen years (2003-2018), Peter broadcasted ( a daily two-minute spot on two NBC TV stations with Daily Devotions (brand) just before the morning’s weather. Through this program, he reached thirty million viewers annually on TV (Nielsen Ratings) and uncounted listeners on FM and AM across Maine and New Hampshire, and around the nation.
Peter has had two Near-Death Experiences. His first "death" occurred in 1980 from hypothermia while ice climbing in Banff Provincial Park in Canada. He died again from a heart attack in 2015.