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P. M. H. Atwater is an American writer and researcher on subjects related to Idaho promotions, life and death issues, and spirituality from a New Thought point of view.
It was because of a hand-writing analysis in the mid-sixties that Atwater ever became a writer. She was hired as staff writer for the Idaho Department of Commerce and Development (1969–1971), a free-lance writer of assignments for Sunset magazine, and staff writer for Incredible Idaho magazine. She was awarded "Most Influential Newspaper Columnist in the State of Idaho" by the Idaho Statesman, and given the Governor's Meritorious Wage Increase for Outstanding Service to Idaho. As President of the Boise Chapter of the Idaho Writers League, and later as First Vice-President and then President of the Idaho Writers League, she was named "Prose Writer of the Year." A member of Idaho Press Women, she won numerous awards and commendations. She later excelled in Shopping Center Promotions and won "Most Outstanding Low-Budget Shopping Center Promotion in the Nation" award.
She created and incorporated Inner Forum, Idaho's first metaphysical non-profit organization, edited the Inner Forum magazine, and launched the Northwest's first speaker's bureau on metaphysical topics. Since 1966, she has been an active investigator and researcher of psychic phenomena and altered states of consciousness, was a hypnotist for six years, taught practical numerology for several decades, and became a member of the American Federation of Astrologers. She is also a long-time professional member of the Authors Guild and the Authors League of America.
Atwater is one of the original researchers in the field of near-death studies, having begun her work in 1978, and is a pioneer in subjects like near-death experiences, the aftereffects of spiritual experiences, transformations of consciousness, reality shifts, future memory, and modern generations of children and how they differ from previous generations. She earned her Letters of the Humanities (L.H.D.) doctorate from the International College of Spiritual and Psychic Studies in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 19, 1992; and was awarded an honorary Ph.D. in Therapeutic Counseling in March 2005, from Medicina Alternativa Institute, The Open International University for Complementary Medicines, in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Atwater is a noted authority on near-death experiences (NDEs), especially on the after-effects of NDEs, on NDEs in children and on hellish NDEs. She has experienced three NDEs herself and has interviewed over 4,000 adult and child near-death experiencers. In 2001, her work on NDE after-effects was cited in The Lancet. Also in 2005, the International Association for Near-death Studies (IANDS) presented her with an Outstanding Service Award and the National Association of Transpersonal Hypnotherapists awarded her a Lifetime Achievement Award.She has been a Prayer Chaplain since 2004.