Welcome to
The Afterlife Advocate
 A Conversation  about Conscious Dying, Conscious Grieving
and the Journey of the Soul
Issue # 52 - APRIL 2019

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Save These Dates

Thompson, CT - April 4
with psychic medium
Suzane Northrop


Salt Lake City - 
April 4
with Terri Daniel
FREE Presentation 
Lunch Included! 


Los Angeles, CA - April 5
with psychic medium
Thomas John

Salt Lake City -   April 6  
with Dr. Terri Daniel
(CE credits available)


Sebastopol, CA -  April 13
Bereavement and
Past Life Trauma
 with Dr. Linda Backman
and Dr. Terri Daniel

It is Accomplished!
Some of you have seen this announcement on Facebook, but it bears repeating here.  

My dissertation -- Toxic Theology as a Contributing Factor in Complicated Grief -- has been accepted, and I am now officially Dr. Daniel!  My degree is a Doctor of Ministry  (DMin) with a concentration in Pastoral Care and Counseling. If you're in the area (San Anselmo, CA) on May 25, come to my graduation! 

Next step... find an adjunct (or visiting faculty) job somewhere (I'll travel for the right gig). I'd like to teach death, dying and bereavement to nursing and medical school students, and can also create a curriculum for gerontology, sociology, psychology and religious studies. Let me know if you have any leads.  You can find my academic credentials HERE. 

And don't forget, the 2019 Afterlife Conference is just around the corner! W e're offering a huge discount for groups of two or more that will save you $100 per person! If you can't make it to the conference, there will be a livestream recording that you can watch from your computer, either live or later. See below for details...  
Rev. Dr. Terri Daniel, DMin, CT, CCTP
Founder, The Original Afterlife Conference
End-of-Life Advisor, Interfaith Chaplaincy

 Afterlife Conference Livestream
Discount Extended to April 15 

Can't make it to the conference this year?   
No problem!
Watch it from your computer, tablet or phone
(either live in real time, or later, at your convenience)
via our 2019 livestream recording!
The earlybird price of $99 has been extended until April 15
(regular price is $129)

The livestream includes presentations, panel discussions, 
keynote speeches 
and personal interviews  with speakers and conference producers
Click HERE  to for details
Our Four-Legged Soulmates
by Psychic Medium James Van Praagh

"Some animals are put in your path for a reason. They might be here to teach you lessons about unconditional love, or they may have been connected to you in a past lifetime. Sometimes they are appear just when you need them most, to heal you."  READ MORE...  

Near-Death Experiences Across Cultures
Gregory Shushan - Near-Death Experience and the Origin of Afterlife Beliefs
We are huge fans of Dr. Gregory Shushan. His research on near-death experiences that have been documented throughout history and across cultures is extraordinary. Here's a video from his 2016 IANDS talk. 

Talking to Children About Death
by  Caroline Bologna - from Huffpost.com

"When a young child loses a loved one, parents often grapple with the challenge of explaining the concept of death and helping their little one through the grieving process (all while grieving themselves). 

To help inform these difficult conversations, HuffPost spoke to a number of child mental health experts. Of course, a family's cultural and religious background may steer the discussion, but there are certain guiding principles that are helpful for everyone to keep in mind. 

Here are some expert suggestions for parents and caregivers when they prepare to talk about death and grief with children."   READ MORE..
Sell Your Products at the Conference... 
Join us as an Exhibitor! 
HERE for details


Don't forget about the 
being offered by mediums
and healers at the conference!

Are you a professional needing CE Credits?

We are very happy to announce that Continuing Education Credits are available for several of our conference presentations. Details HERE.

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.