Graham Nicholls is an author, artist and leading expert on out-of-body experiences, having experienced and researched them for the last 24 years, as well as written two books on the subject. While he supports the existence of psychical phenomena, he takes a scientific perspective towards the area. He has researched telepathy and taken part in precognition experiments with Rupert Sheldrake. He is also a member of The Society for Psychical Research, founded in London in 1882, and a partner member of The Institute of Noetic Sciences. Beyond this he has developed unique technology and environments designed to induce altered states and out-of-body experiences. He is comfortable engaging with skeptics on issues relating to parapsychology, and offering a balancing perspective to their claims (especially related to areas such as the near death and out-of-body experiences).
He has experience of giving interviews or consulting to most of the major newspapers in the UK (including The Times, The Telegraph, The Daily Express, and The Independent). He has also consulted for Channel 4, ITV and has been interviewed for the BBC several times. He has written for magazines and journals including Watkin’s Mind Body Spirit, Kindred Spirit, and the journal of The Institute of Noetic Sciences. He is also featured online by Lilou Mace, Bob Olson’s AfterlifeTV and Regina Meredith’s Conscious Media Network.
Graham Nicholls has spoken widely on issues around spirituality, ethics, art and parapsychology at venues such as Cambridge University, The London College of Spirituality, The Theosophical Society and The Science Museum.