Welcome to
The Afterlife Advocate
 A Conversation  about Conscious Dying, Conscious Grieving
and the Journey of the Soul
Issue # 54 - JUNE 2019

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Events We Recommend

 The 9th Annual
Afterlife Awareness Conference
June 6-9
Salt Lake City, UT.

Two HUGE discounts 
for our subscribers!

1. Register two or more people and save $100 per person (details on our registration page)

2. Register via THIS LINK to get $50 off the  general admission ticket.

JULY 9 - AUG. 29
Online Course
for CE credits  
Spiritual Journeys
in Chronic Illness

July 26-29 
Sebastopol, CA.
with Jerrigrace Lyons

Hello friends!

This issue of the newsletter contains some last-minute shameless promotion for the 2019 Afterlife Conference, which is just around the corner (June 6-9) There are still some tickets left at our discounted rates... see the left-hand column for details on the huge discounts we're offering, and register soon!

If you can't make it to the conference, you can watch it from the comfort of your own home via our livestream recording. You don't have to watch it live, in real time if you don't want to. It's recorded, so you can watch it anytime, at your convenience. Click the video below for a preview of what to expect at the conference and what you'll see on the livestream: 

2019 Afterlife Conference Preview
The producers are offering 10% off to our subscribers. Use the promo code PODCAST10 when ordering via THIS URL.

Also, mark your calendar for this  Sunday, May 26 at 5 pm Pacific  to join us for our monthly interactive podcast. This month's guests -- Jeff Olsen and Dr. Jeff O'Driscoll -- will discuss their
amazing shared-death experience. See below for details. 

I hope to see you soon, either in cyberspace or in Salt Lake City at the conference!
Rev. Dr. Terri Daniel, DMin, CT, CCTP
Founder, The Original Afterlife Conference
End-of-Life Advisor, Interfaith Chaplaincy
Sunday, May 26
 5 pm Pacific | 8 pm Eastern

The Afterlife Conference Forum Presents 
A Physician/Patient
Shared-Death Experience

with  Jeff O'Driscoll MD and  Jeff Olsen 

During his 25-year careers as an emergency room physician, Dr. Jeff O'Driscoll  has helped more than 60,000 patients. But he possesses more than just medical skills... he is also an intuitive who has many times witnessed the spirits of deceased patents as they've left the body. 

Jeff Olsen inspires audiences internationally with his intriguing story of perseverance and inner strength. After a horrific automobile accident took the lives of his wife and youngest son, also inflicting multiple life-threatening injuries to Jeff including the amputation of his left leg, he found the courage to survive  18 surgeries to  eventually heal both physically and emotionally.

Together, the two men
will share the story of how Olsen ended up in Dr. O'Driscoll's ER after a car crash took the life of Olsen's wife and son. As Olsen said goodbye to his wife in a near-death experience, O'Driscoll said hello to her spirit as it hovered nearby.

Sunday, May 26
5 PM Pacific | 8 PM Eastern
Click HERE at the appointed time
to join the meeting

This podcast is free of charge, and will be recorded. 

 What really happens when you Die ?
At Home with the Great Peter Fenwick


Toxic Theology and Complicated Grief 

I am very excited to announce that my new book, Grief and God: When Religion Does More Harm Than Healing will be published next month. I've made a PDF available if you'd like a pre-publication peek. You can find HERE

If you are a therapist, religious scholar, chaplain or other professional who works with trauma, loss and grief, I'd LOVE to have your endorsement. Email your comments to  office@afterlifeconference.com, and be sure to include your full name, city and professional credentials.

Legos for Junior Funeral Directors and Death Doulas
The author of this article thought the idea was "quite morbid." What do you think? Read the article  HERE.
Sell Your Products at the Conference... 
Join us as an Exhibitor! 
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.