I’m sure like me, you’re getting excited watching everything turn green, seeing the buds start to bloom on the trees, hearing birds sing, and quite simply observing Mother Nature do her thing. I, as always, continue to be amazed how anyone can question the existence a greater energy or God Consciousness, once they’ve observed the beauty of Nature. To be sure, for as long as we write poetry, compose songs, and sing about the joy of Nature, we’ve been recognizing a reflection of that God consciousness. If you want your children to experience this amazing connection, take them to the beach, go for a hike on a mountain, watch the sun rise and set, or gaze upon the stars.
For those who know me and the importance I stress regarding the integrity of my work, you recognize that I have always been very particular about with whom I align myself-be it a group, foundation or organization. One key factor is their intent toward my work. Sometimes, I come along someone very special, and just recently I had one of those experiences.
I spoke last month at The Afterlife Education Foundation, a non-profit organization started by Terri Daniels.
Terri is an Afterlife Awareness Educator, Certified Transition Guide, and author of two channeled books: “A Swan in Heaven” and “Embracing Death: A New Look at Grief, Gratitude and God.” In her books, Terri offers a unique metaphysical perspective on birth, death and the afterlife, and teaches psychic development and after-death communication skills. Terri started her foundation because of what she experienced while enduring the loss of a child. Along the way, Terri was pushed to move beyond her grief and open a dialogue. Her book “A Swan In Heaven: Conversations Between Two Worlds,” includes afterlife messages from a 16 year-old boy who began communicating with his mother telepathically after his death. What makes this account unique is that during his life, this extraordinary child was severely disabled and unable to speak. But after death his language was fluent and his words were insightful, inspired and eloquent.
Like others I’ve met and had on my radio show, Terri was able to open up a door of connection. This is a most significant healing process, as many have learned first hand. In Terri’s case, she wanted to produce an event where everyone, from whatever perspective, could find a place to help them in their process. Thus her presenters included prominent figures from the Academic, Science, Bereavement, and Spiritual communities, the latter of which I was a member. You can read more about the conference here http://afterlifeconference.com/ and on Facebook. If you have a chance, do try and be there next year. The conference is an experience for anyone and everyone who is dealing with the loss of a loved one. I will be returning there next year to help in my own way.
And isn’t that what life is all about. . . helping each other along our paths?