Something special happened in Tucson, Arizona September 11, 12 and 13 last year.
Twelve highly skilled, passionate professionals shared their knowledge, their experience and themselves at The Final Transition Conference. Their presentations were captured on video and are now available for on-demand streaming.
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The longer we live, and the more we do and experience, the more likely we are to experience the dying and death of someone close to us. This is normal and natural, too. You can be a Super Bowl Champion NFL footballer, a happy, proud mom from North Carolina, a musician, an accountant – you can be anyone and in the end we all need the same kind of help and friendship. We need the feelings of gratitude and happiness we experienced while being with someone whose presence made us especially happy. But when they die, or when they have a Near Death Experience (NDE), or they make the inevitable connection with nonlocal awareness, lots of questions arise. You start wondering, “What’s really out there?”
It’s wonderful that attitudes are now changing in both American culture and American science. Discussions about death, NDEs, and the scientific study of consciousness are no longer off limits. These experiences and things are in the news every day, on TV, in popular literature and part of our lives. The Final Transition Conference provides relevant content to medical providers to assist in these conversations. Most of the Final Transition Conference faculty have been talking for years about their work to national and international media. Several of our faculty have been on prime-time TV news magazines and documentaries.
It’s okay to want to know about dying, what comes after, and whether or not your favorite spiritual advisor can talk intelligently with you about your unusual experiences or those of your loved ones. Very few of us received training to speak about death. The Final Transition Conference is where you and people just like you can get great information about how to put death in a natural, acceptable context. Learn from both compassionate scientists and professional caregivers at the peak of their strides.
Whether you are a health care professional, in a complementary health profession, a care-giver, or you’re an adult child of an aging or ailing parent, or just an individual who wants to ask questions, The Final Transition content offers preparation for the eventuality we all face. Eleven faculty presentations are available through on-demand streaming.
Learn from the world’s best what works to feel better, what works to calm and direct your family, friends or patients.