FEATURED IN THIS FILM
In interviews with medical experts, scientific researchers, philosophical and spiritual authorities, and with archival footage of her own accident, Liminal Space provides testimony to the power of individual autonomy in mental health repair, the impact of 'alternative' health practices like yoga on our well being, and the miraculous ability of motherhood to not only create new life—but to heal us in the process.
DR. EBEN ALEXANDER
Author of Proof of Heaven
Dr. Eben Alexander spent over 25 years as an academic neurosurgeon. In the predawn hours of November 10, 2008, he was driven into coma by a rare and mysterious bacterial meningo-encephalitis. Since his NDE, Dr. Alexander has dedicated himself to sharing information about near-death experiences and other spiritually-transformative experiences, and what they teach us about consciousness and the nature of reality.
JEFF & MARDY CHEN
Pure Action Yoga Research Foundation
In an interview with Jeff and Mardy, Liminal Space will discover the specifics behind how her yoga practice so effectively restorative to her neuro-endocrine system, her nervous system, proprioception, and so many other physical aspects of full health function. It was at the end of a 30 Day yoga challenge that Alicia conceived, and her pregnancy kicked in the most miraculous organic healing benefits.
Author of Do Chocolate Loves Have Sweeter Babies
Writer Jena Pincot specializes in writing about the ‘quirky, hidden side of science—the shocking, subconscious, under-the-radar stuff.’ Her expert research into the science of the many intuitive aspects of pregnancy will provide incredibly fascinating discussion of the boundless power of the female body to regenerate during the reproductive years. She’s the best expert on female reproductive power yet, but she might even be able to lead the research further.
To be interviewed includes: Laila Choina, Alicia’s mom, and Dustin Eastes, her husband, clinical acupuncturist Billy Zachary, Dr. Rosemary Dubiel Medical Director of Traumatic Brain Injury Services at Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation in Dallas, Shamanic practitioner Karen Hutchins, Neuroendocrinologist Dr. Brent Masel, traumatic brain injury medical ethics expert Dr. William J. Winslade, and Dr. Art Markman, Dr. Bob Duke, and Rebecca McInroy from Two Guys on Your Head.