Welcome to
The Afterlife Advocate
 A Conversation  about Conscious Dying, Conscious Grieving
and the Journey of the Soul
Issue # 44 - AUGUST 2018

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Events we Recommend

Sept.12 - Oct.17
CEUs available 


Denver, CO - Sept. 8

With readings by psychic medium Thomas John 

For those mourning a loss of any kind, this workshop provides a unique spiritual learning experience via interactive group work and sacred ceremonies.

Through hands-on experiential processes, we will explore  trauma, loss and grief through the lenses of psychology, theology and spirituality, with a focus on shamanic ceremonies and sacred tools for moving through pain and stagnation. 
  CLICK HERE for details. 
Spirituality and Bereavement
I am super excited to announce that I will be teaching an online class in September through the San Francisco Theological Seminary. Teaching in an academic setting has been a big dream of mine, and I am honored to have been invited by the seminary's Applied Wisdom Institute to teach a class on  Spirituality and Bereavement.  

This class is a great opportunity if you are: 

. A professional needing CEUs (12 contact
  hours available).

. Interested in attending my grief       workshops  but have not had a chance to.

. Interested in learning more about the     intersection of spirituality and psychology in    relation to the grief journey.

. Developing a career as a grief counselor,   chaplain or spiritual healer. 

These are live, interactive sessions that will take place  on Wednesdays for  September 12 to October 17, from 4:30 - 6:30 pm (Pacific time). 

The cost is only $300, and you'll have a chance to work with two of my esteemed colleagues as guest teachers...  Rev. Dr. Tim Langdell, a pediatric clinical chaplain who  is both a Buddhist priest and a Catholic priest, and Stephen Findley, staff chaplain at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. 

CLICK HERE for details. I hope to see you there!

Terri Daniel, MA, CT
Founder, The Original Afterlife Conference
End-of-Life Advisor, Interfaith Chaplaincy

Beautiful PBS Film About End-of-Life

With apologies for the occasionally problematic subtitles, this touching film aired on PBS last year, and makes a beautiful statement about facing end-of-life as an elderly couple.  8Kang Gye-Yeol and Jo Byeong-Man are married and have lived together for 76 years. While Kang and Jo spend every day like a newlywed couple, they now must face the reality of their aging romance.  My Love, Don't Cross that River  captures the fleeting moments of their twilight days.

Can't Make it to the Afterlife Conference?
No problem... You  Can Watch it Online!  

We are delighted to be working with  Path 11 Productions for our livestream broadcast this year.  Right now they're offering an earlybird price for video and audio recordings of our 2018 conference presentations. Click on the image below for details...


Missing a Rare, Literally Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunity to Love someone to Death
by Brant Huddleston

Forty three years ago I became a born-again Christian. And 30 years later I took leave of the faith, giving myself long overdue permission to embark on a spiritual journey that was beautiful for what it  didn't  tell me, and for what it didn't claim  to answer. My new path allowed me to sit with the grand wonder of it all... no boxes, no boundaries, no absolute truth. Just  love.   

This is a story of how, during my evangelical years, I missed the opportunity to love one of the most important people in my life during his final hour, because I was still the prisoner of a rigid ideology.    READ MORE...

Join us Online - Tuesday July 31 at 5 pm Pacific
Meet Two of Today's  Leading Voices  in
Death Awareness and Afterlife Research 
We are honored to have two emerging leaders in the field of afterlife studies as our online forum guests this month...

Hospice physicians Dr. Karen Wyatt and Dr. Christopher Kerr  will discuss their experiences with the deathbed visions, dreams and visitations of the dying. 
Y ou will not want to miss this live, interactive forum, where you can ask questions of our two esteemed experts!

WHEN:   T uesday July 31, 5 pm  Pacific

Hosted by Afterlife Conference  founder  Terri Daniel ,
and Brant Huddleston, creator of  Dance Past Sunset


Planning to Attend the Afterlife Conference?
Don't Forget These Important Extras... 

Several of our presenters are offering private sessions and small groups. If you're looking for one-on-one readings or personal healing work, click HERE.

Mix and mingle with key conference presenters! This is an exclusive gathering with only 30 tickets available. Click HERE for details.

Dinner and sightseeing in the charming lakefront town of Mt. Dora!  Details HERE

Your general admission to the conference enables you to hear presentations by all of the presenters on our roster. But some of them are also offering in-depth, experiential workshops. Click HERE for details.

For lively discourse on topics related to 
death and the  afterlife, join the conversation in our  

We also have a thought-provoking blog. 
Read it (and comment) HERE.