Guest Speaker: Rev Terri Daniel, MA, CT
Author, Educator, End-of-Life Advisor, Intuitive Counselor
Terri Daniel is a clinical chaplain and end-of-life advisor whose unique perspective on the journey of the soul helps the dying and the bereaved find meaning through mystical practices that open a conduit to other dimensions.
Terri will share how the communications she received from her son after his death at age 16 led her to a spiritual and personal path that enables her to help thousands of individuals facing death and loss.
Her unique perspective on birth, death and the journey of the soul helps the dying and the living find meaning and healing through meditative and ritual practices that open a conduit to other dimensions. Her unique form of "radical mysticism" incorporates elements of Buddhism, Shamanism, ancient pagan practices, gnostic Christianity and other spiritual traditions to break down limiting beliefs about forgiveness, divine judgment and negative experience. Terri replaces these beliefs with an empowering vision of a co-created universe where there are no victims or perpetrators, only souls seeking expansion and awareness.
Terri is the author of three books on death and the afterlife:
* *A Swan in Heaven: Conversations Between Two Worlds*
* *Embracing Death: A New Look at Grief, Gratitude and God*
* *Turning the Corner on Grief Street: Loss and Trauma as a Journey to Awakening*
She is also the founder and president of the Afterlife Education Foundation and producer of the annual Afterlife Awareness Conference. Her academic credentials include a B.A. in Religious Studies from Marylhurst University, and she is currently completing an M.A. in Pastoral Care at Fordham University while beginning a doctorate in ministry at The New Seminary.
On October 9, Terri will also be giving an intense workshop on grief. Keep the date open and watch for more info here and on our Facebook page. Check the date here and/or for more info, registration and tickets.
For more information about Terri, see www.danieldirect.net.