Dannion Brinkley

Dannion Brinkley
Workshop
This Workshop requires a Day Pass
What Dying Teaches Us About Living

Sunday, February 9th – 6:00pm - 7:30pm – Marina Room
$35.00 In Advance $40.00 At the Door

As you are planning this very important journey to the Expo in February 2020, don't miss Dannion! On October 14th, 2018 Dannion had his second open-heart surgery, his fourth near death experience and 2 clinical resuscitations, and successfully outmaneuvered hell for the fourth time. So if you're trying to keep from going to hell, don't miss this presentation!!!

 

1) Dannion will give you insights into the true meaning of life. How, what, and where....

2) He will teach you the power of forgiveness, one of the greatest tools given to us in free will.

3) He will create an environment of loving laughter, so that you can possibly connect with those beings who would seek to connect with you.

4) If you could ask a question about before?, during?, and after the event we call 'death', then he's your man. He may not know everything, but he knows an awful lot about this.

 

Looking forward to spending time with you.

Please bring your question and a friend.

 

Dannion Brinkley is an international New York Times best selling author of The Secrets of the Light, Saved by the Light, and At Peace in the Light. He is loved and respected worldwide for his inspirational lectures on the Near-Death Experience, Palliative and Hospice Care, Complementary and Alternative Healing Practices, and Self-Awareness. Since 1977, Dannion has worked diligently, looking for the best ways to integrate energetic, conventional and complementary therapies in modern day health protocols.

Having survived four brushes with death, and spending more than forty years as a hospice volunteer, with more than 35 years in VA hospitals across America, Dannion is an expert in the dying process. Both before, during, after, and coming back. He was struck twice by lightning and has since survived heart failure, two open-heart surgeries, five ruptured subdural hematomas, brain surgery, and a massive grand mal seizure.

What Dannion experienced in the that first lightning strike radically changed his life from a bully to a hospice and nursing home volunteer. He has been at the bedside of 2,010 people going from this world to the next, and over 348 people as the were taking their last breath, accruing more than 33,000 hours at the bedside.