Dannion is author of Saved by the Light, Peace in the Light and The Secrets of the Light: Spiritual Strategies to Empower Your Life…Here and in the Hereafter. All three books are based on Dannion’s unprecedented adventures during his multiple near-death experiences.
After being struck by a bolt of lightning at the age of 25, Dannion found himself traveling down a tunnel and into a brilliant Light. There he witnessed a panoramic review of his entire life on Earth, and then he was taken to a luminous Crystal City. Within a celestial Hall of Knowledge, Thirteen Beings of Light infused Dannion’s consciousness with many visions of the world to come, and charged him with the spiritual mission of establishing Healing Centers on the Earth. Twenty-eight minutes later, against his will, Dannion was returned to his lifeless body. Since that fateful evening in 1975, Dannion has been on an incomparable spiritual odyssey.
Today, he is revered as ‘one of the greatest orators of our time’ offering a message of great hope and courage to audiences worldwide. His message is timely, beautifully and true: There is no such thing as death!
Dannion Brinkley's website: www.dannion.com
Keynote: A Spiritual Perspective on Modern Science
Tuesday, April 1 - 8:45am to 10:00am
Dannion tells the story of his death by lightning in 1975. He will delineate the scientific explanation of the spiritual journey he consciously experienced after his body was pronounced clinically dead, and remained so for 28 minutes.
Goal: To share the difference between clinical death and spiritual death.
• Teach the scientific process by which we are all transported from the
physical world back into the spiritual realms,
• Explain the true meaning and purpose behind life on Earth, and
• Reveal the spiritual reality of eternity, for there is no such thing as death.
Workshop: How the Near Death Experience Redefines End-of-Life and End-of-Life Care
Tuesday, April 1 - 2:00pm to 3:30pm, 4:00pm to 5:30pm
Baby Boomers are the largest segment of our country’s current population. Assisting our parents, spouses, siblings and children to make their transition from this world to the next, is a physical reality each of us is eventually going to have to face. Modern science has enhanced our longevity and quality of life, but in many ways it may actually be hindering our ability to fully embrace the deeply spiritual nature and flow of life into death.
Goal: To spiritually illuminate the dying process.
• To underscore the acceptance of death as a natural and celebratory part of the
circle of life,
• Emphasize the importance of volunteering as a form of spiritual activism, and
• To share tools to help promote the health and well-being of the caretaker, as
well as ways to achieve life closure for those in active transition.