Afterlife Awareness Conference coming to St. Louis


The Afterlife Education Foundation will host its Third Annual Afterlife Awareness Conference June 21-23 at the Sheraton Westport Plaza Hotel in St. Louis. The conference will feature workshops and presentations by a nationally-recognized consortium of researchers, educators and counselors in the fields of thanatology, bereavement, theology and paranormal studies.

The conference was organized to meet the need for a national discussion on the metaphysical aspects of death, dying and bereavement, including after-death communication, out-of-body experience, near-death experience, hospice care and grief processing. This year’s roster of presenters includes some of leading names in the field, including Dr. Raymond Moody, author of the breakthrough book, Life After Life; neurosurgeon Eben Alexander, M.D., (recently featured on the cover of Newsweek magazine); Dr. Ken Doka, senior consultant to the Hospice Foundation of America, and many other noted luminaries in end-of-life care and afterlife research. The conference will also include presentations and gallery-style readings by several acclaimed psychic mediums.

“This conference is an extraordinary opportunity to look at death and bereavement in a new light,” explains Terri Daniel, president of the Afterlife Education Foundation, the non-profit educational organization that sponsors the yearly event. “Our audience is made up of hospice workers, scientists, therapists, clergy, spiritual seekers, the bereaved and the curious. We’ve all found, throughout our years of practice, that understanding how consciousness continues after the death of the body is a key to providing wisdom and comfort for the bereaved and overcoming the fear of death.”

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