Jewish Experience Theme Group

Are you Jewish and wonder how or if your NDE or other Spiritually Transformative Experience aligns with your faith? Are you struggling to integrate your experience? Come explore these questions with others having similar concerns. While this Sharing Session contains Jewish content, it is open to all who have a desire to join us.

The “Jewish Experience Sharing Group” is a sharing group for those in, or from, a Jewish community who have had, or are interested in the near-death or similar experiences.

For some experiencers, it’s helpful to consider issues of having a Jewish background when discussing their NDE/STE. This group allows a safe place for those types discussions. Each evening will begin with a presentation, followed by time for participants to respond. Additionally, there will be time to share your experiences, challenges, joys, and dreams.

We understand attendees of this group may come from many different Jewish traditions, other faith traditions, or none at all. We commit to respecting all who attend this group, knowing each person holds their own personal perspectives and beliefs.

This is a safe place of non-judgment. There is also no proselytizing. The group will explore the meaning and purpose of NDEs and how to integrate them by understanding the Jewish values implicit in the experience. Each person’s NDE or spiritual transformative experience is unique, and Rabbi Steve will help you find the hidden core of your soul’s purpose contained in the experience of the NDE.

Kabbalah, contemporary psychology, and brain science will provide a deeper understanding of the role of your physical being in this world and how leaving this world is not death, but transformation into another stage of living. Together we will support each other as we move to greater insights and application of the wisdom which will be revealed to all of us in these sessions

It is important to know:

    • No one will know you attended, except those in your group. Your privacy is protected.
    • These meetings are never recorded.
    • Trained IANDS volunteers facilitate the group to ensure a safe and welcoming environment.
    • You do not have to share. You can listen with your video off for as long as you wish to do so. You are welcome to share when you are ready, even if that takes months or years to achieve.

These sharing groups are free to everyone!

That said, ISGO Sharing Groups rely on charitable contributions to maintain staffing and administrative support. To continue to bring you a wonderful group experience, we thank you in advance for your kind donations.

Donation

 

About the facilitator 

Rabbi Stephen Robbins, Psy.D., D.D., co-founder and co-Rabbi with his wife, Rabbi/Cantor Eva Robbins of N’vay Shalom, co-founder for the AJRCA (Academy for Jewish Religion, California), first Transdenominational seminary on the West Coast, also a Kabbalist and practitioner of Kabbalistic healing. He is a Clinical Psychologist with a specialty in the Psychoneuroimmunology of trauma and brain development. He integrates the science and the mysticism into a unified system of human development. This system is particularly applied to those with NDEs. Rabbi Robbins has had 8 NDEs as well as 13 surgeries and multiple STE’s. His work focus’ on the positive messages he has received from his spiritual guides through his 8 NDEs. Many Jews who have had transformative experiences do not know how to deal with them. He works to provide, through his insights, support and guidance for others to find the deeper meanings through the uniquely Jewish concepts of eternal living, both in this world and the worlds to come.

 

Jewish Experience Theme Group

Are you Jewish and wonder how or if your NDE or other Spiritually Transformative Experience aligns with your faith? Are you struggling to integrate your experience? Come explore these questions with others having similar concerns. While this Sharing Session contains Jewish content, it is open to all who have a desire to join us.

The “Jewish Experience Sharing Group” is a sharing group for those in, or from, a Jewish community who have had, or are interested in the near-death or similar experiences.

For some experiencers, it’s helpful to consider issues of having a Jewish background when discussing their NDE/STE. This group allows a safe place for those types discussions. Each evening will begin with a presentation, followed by time for participants to respond. Additionally, there will be time to share your experiences, challenges, joys, and dreams.

We understand attendees of this group may come from many different Jewish traditions, other faith traditions, or none at all. We commit to respecting all who attend this group, knowing each person holds their own personal perspectives and beliefs.

This is a safe place of non-judgment. There is also no proselytizing. The group will explore the meaning and purpose of NDEs and how to integrate them by understanding the Jewish values implicit in the experience. Each person’s NDE or spiritual transformative experience is unique, and Rabbi Steve will help you find the hidden core of your soul’s purpose contained in the experience of the NDE.

Kabbalah, contemporary psychology, and brain science will provide a deeper understanding of the role of your physical being in this world and how leaving this world is not death, but transformation into another stage of living. Together we will support each other as we move to greater insights and application of the wisdom which will be revealed to all of us in these sessions.

It is important to know:

    • No one will know you attended, except those in your group. Your privacy is protected.
    • These meetings are never recorded.
    • Trained IANDS volunteers facilitate the group to ensure a safe and welcoming environment.
    • You do not have to share. You can listen with your video off for as long as you wish to do so. You are welcome to share when you are ready, even if that takes months or years to achieve.

These sharing groups are free to everyone!

That said, ISGO Sharing Groups rely on charitable contributions to maintain staffing and administrative support. To continue to bring you a wonderful group experience, we thank you in advance for your kind donations.

Donation

 

About the facilitator 

Rabbi Stephen Robbins, Psy.D., D.D., co-founder and co-Rabbi with his wife, Rabbi/Cantor Eva Robbins of N’vay Shalom, co-founder for the AJRCA (Academy for Jewish Religion, California), first Transdenominational seminary on the West Coast, also a Kabbalist and practitioner of Kabbalistic healing. He is a Clinical Psychologist with a specialty in the Psychoneuroimmunology of trauma and brain development. He integrates the science and the mysticism into a unified system of human development. This system is particularly applied to those with NDEs. Rabbi Robbins has had 8 NDEs as well as 13 surgeries and multiple STE’s. His work focus’ on the positive messages he has received from his spiritual guides through his 8 NDEs. Many Jews who have had transformative experiences do not know how to deal with them. He works to provide, through his insights, support and guidance for others to find the deeper meanings through the uniquely Jewish concepts of eternal living, both in this world and the worlds to come.

 

Childhood Experiencer Sharing Group

This is a sharing group for adults who have had a near-death or similar experience(s) when they were a child (ages 0-18).  The group will offer a safe space to explore the meaning and purpose of your experience and to connect with others who had a transformative experience as a child.

This is a new sharing group for adults who have had a near-death or similar experience(s) when they were a child.  The group will offer a safe space to explore the meaning and purpose of your experience and to connect with others who had a transformative experience as a child.

We commit to respecting all who attend this group, knowing each person holds their own personal perspectives and beliefs. This is a safe place of non-judgment. There is also no proselytizing.

It is important to know:

    • No one will know you attended, except those in your group. Your privacy is protected.
    • These meetings are never recorded.
    • Trained IANDS volunteers facilitate the group to ensure a safe and welcoming environment.
    • You do not have to share. You can listen with your video off for as long as you wish to do so. You are welcome to share when you are ready, even if that takes months or years to achieve.

These sharing groups are free to everyone!

That said, ISGO Sharing Groups rely on charitable contributions to maintain staffing and administrative support. To continue to bring you a wonderful group experience, we thank you in advance for your kind donations.

Donation

 

Military/Veteran Experiences Topic Group

Join this EXCLUSIVE IANDS online sharing event for active or veteran military service members … “There is nothing more satisfying than when someone is able to end years of isolation by having a receptive small group hear them talk openly about their experience(s).” Facilitated by Diane Corcoran, Army Nurse who has been there … Vietnam to Desert Storm. Second Sundays Monthly, 1 pm Pacific/4 pm Eastern (see the dropdown at the top of this webpage to always display in your TZ).


2nd Sundays, Monthly
4 pm ET
1 pm PT
10 am Hawaii
9 pm London

This specific group is for currently active or veteran military service personnel. Thank you for respecting this RSVP restriction. Please join and share, or just listen, in a small online group environment that emphasizes confidentiality and privacy.

Our Mission
Our Military and Veteran Near-Death Experience Sharing Group is a safe place to discuss your near-death experience (NDE) and or spiritual transformative experience (STE) with other service members. Offering unconditional acceptance, validation, education and support for your experience.

“There is nothing more satisfying than when someone is able to end years of isolation having had no-one previously receptive to hear them talk about their experience(s).”

It is important to know:

    • No one will know you attended, except those in your group. Your privacy is protected.
    • These meetings are never recorded.
    • Trained IANDS volunteers facilitate the group to ensure a safe and welcoming environment.
    • You do not have to share. You can listen with your video off for as long as you wish to do so. You are welcome to share when you are ready, even if that takes months or years to achieve.

These sharing groups are free to everyone!

That said, ISGO Sharing Groups rely on charitable contributions to maintain staffing and administrative support. To continue to bring you a wonderful group experience, we thank you in advance for your kind donations.

Donation

Learn More
Watch this free training video on Military/Veteran’s experiences or read the brochure:
Understanding Veterans’ Near-Death Experiences (36:37)

Military Near-Death Experiences Brochure 2020 12-1-20

About Diane
Diane Corcoran is an Army nurse who has been there – from Vietnam to Desert Storm. Dr. Corcoran served as a nurse from the Vietnam War to Desert Storm. In 1969, she cared for a 19 yr. old wounded
Vietnam combat soldier who wanted to share his NDE on the battlefield, but was extremely worried that no one would believe him. Instinctively, Diane listened to his account with care and compassion. Though the term NDE was not yet coined, she knew that his extremely emotional experience had a profound life changing impact on him. Since that day, she has dedicated her life to educating the international medical community about NDE and provided validation, education and support for active military and veteran experiencers. Dr. Corcoran served as a former President of the International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS) and continues to serve as a Board of Director. In addition, she is the founder of Corcoran Consulting and The Vet NDE Project.

How do sharing groups work?
Everyone with a sincere interest in near-death and related experiences is welcome. You are invited to share, learn, or just listen in one of our over 13 sharing groups per month. These are safe spaces.  You can leave your camera off and sit silently until you are ready to join the group. Each sharing group is free to attend, with donations requested to cover the cost of the services provided.

Each group is led by a trained facilitator. The facilitator maintains the IANDS Sharing Group guidelines that are created from decades of experience providing sharing groups in the clinical setting. It is the facilitator’s role to provide an opportunity for each person, who wishes to do so, to share. It is also the facilitator’s goal to keep the group space safe while maintaining neutrality. These groups do not provide counseling. They are peer-to-peer sharing groups. These groups last 90 minutes. There is no guest speaker. Each attendee is given the same privileges to speak as all other attendees, as long as the guidelines are followed. The size of groups is limited. The group access closes 10 minutes after start time to maintain the feeling of safety, security, and privacy. Even though these groups are free to all, donations are requested so that we can continue to provide them free of charge to all who wish to attend.

You are required to create an account with IANDS Sharing Groups Online to participate in these groups. A link will be sent to you in your confirmation email or you can return to the reservation page on the date of the event and use the Join Event button that will be on that page.

Military/Veteran Experiences Topic Group

Join this EXCLUSIVE IANDS online sharing event for active or veteran military service members … “There is nothing more satisfying than when someone is able to end years of isolation by having a receptive small group hear them talk openly about their experience(s).” Facilitated by Diane Corcoran, Army Nurse who has been there … Vietnam to Desert Storm. Second Sundays Monthly, 1 pm Pacific/4 pm Eastern (see the dropdown at the top of this webpage to always display in your TZ).


2nd Sundays, Monthly
4 pm ET
1 pm PT
10 am Hawaii
9 pm London

This specific group is for currently active or veteran military service personnel. Thank you for respecting this RSVP restriction. Please join and share, or just listen, in a small online group environment that emphasizes confidentiality and privacy.

Please use the discount code “freedom” to RSVP for no cost. A completed checkout, even when the amount due is $0.00 is necessary to receive the event link via email.

Our Mission
Our Military and Veteran Near-Death Experience Sharing Group is a safe place to discuss your near-death experience (NDE) and or spiritual transformative experience (STE) with other service members. Offering unconditional acceptance, validation, education and support for your experience.

“There is nothing more satisfying than when someone is able to end years of isolation having had no-one previously receptive to hear them talk about their experience(s).”

It is important to know:

    • No one will know you attended, except those in your group. Your privacy is protected.
    • These meetings are never recorded.
    • Trained IANDS volunteers facilitate the group to ensure a safe and welcoming environment.
    • You do not have to share. You can listen with your video off for as long as you wish to do so. You are welcome to share when you are ready, even if that takes months or years to achieve.

These sharing groups are free to everyone!

That said, ISGO Sharing Groups rely on charitable contributions to maintain staffing and administrative support. To continue to bring you a wonderful group experience, we thank you in advance for your kind donations.

Donation

 

About Diane

Diane Corcoran, an Army nurse who has been there – from Vietnam to Desert Storm. Dr. Corcoran served as a nurse from the Vietnam War to Desert Storm. In 1969, she cared for a 19 yr. old wounded Vietnam combat soldier who wanted to share his NDE on the battlefield, but was extremely worried that no one would believe him. Instinctively, Diane listened to his account with care and compassion. Though the term NDE was not yet
coined, she knew that his extremely emotional experience had a profound life changing impact on him. Since that day, she has dedicated her life to educating the international medical community about NDE and provided validation, education and support for active military and veteran experiencers. Dr. Corcoran served as a former President of the International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS) and continues to serve as a Board of Director. In addition, she is the founder of Corcoran Consulting and The Vet NDE Project.

 

How do sharing groups work?
Everyone with a sincere interest in near-death and related experiences is welcome. You are invited to share, learn, or just listen in one of our over 13 sharing groups per month. These are safe spaces.  You can leave your camera off and sit silently until you are ready to join the group. Each sharing group is free to attend, with donations requested to cover the cost of the services provided.

Each group is led by a trained facilitator. The facilitator maintains the IANDS Sharing Group guidelines that are created from decades of experience providing sharing groups in the clinical setting. It is the facilitator’s role to provide an opportunity for each person, who wishes to do so, to share. It is also the facilitator’s goal to keep the group space safe while maintaining neutrality. These groups do not provide counseling. They are peer-to-peer sharing groups. These groups last 90 minutes. There is no guest speaker. Each attendee is given the same privileges to speak as all other attendees, as long as the guidelines are followed. The size of groups is limited. The group access closes 10 minutes after start time to maintain the feeling of safety, security, and privacy. Even though these groups are free to all, donations are requested so that we can continue to provide them free of charge to all who wish to attend.

Jewish Experience Theme Group

Are you Jewish and wonder how or if your NDE or other Spiritually Transformative Experience aligns with your faith? Are you struggling to integrate your experience? Come explore these questions with others having similar concerns. While this Sharing Session contains Jewish content, it is open to all who have a desire to join us.

The “Jewish Experience Sharing Group” is a sharing group for those in, or from, a Jewish community who have had, or are interested in the near-death or similar experiences.

For some experiencers, it’s helpful to consider issues of having a Jewish background when discussing their NDE/STE. This group allows a safe place for those types discussions. Each evening will begin with a presentation, followed by time for participants to respond. Additionally, there will be time to share your experiences, challenges, joys, and dreams.

We understand attendees of this group may come from many different Jewish traditions, other faith traditions, or none at all. We commit to respecting all who attend this group, knowing each person holds their own personal perspectives and beliefs.

This is a safe place of non-judgment. There is also no proselytizing. The group will explore the meaning and purpose of NDEs and how to integrate them by understanding the Jewish values implicit in the experience. Each person’s NDE or spiritual transformative experience is unique, and Rabbi Steve will help you find the hidden core of your soul’s purpose contained in the experience of the NDE.

Kabbalah, contemporary psychology, and brain science will provide a deeper understanding of the role of your physical being in this world and how leaving this world is not death, but transformation into another stage of living. Together we will support each other as we move to greater insights and application of the wisdom which will be revealed to all of us in these sessions

About the facilitator 

Rabbi Stephen Robbins, Psy.D., D.D., co-founder and co-Rabbi with his wife, Rabbi/Cantor Eva Robbins of N’vay Shalom, co-founder for the AJRCA (Academy for Jewish Religion, California), first Transdenominational seminary on the West Coast, also a Kabbalist and practitioner of Kabbalistic healing. He is a Clinical Psychologist with a specialty in the Psychoneuroimmunology of trauma and brain development. He integrates the science and the mysticism into a unified system of human development. This system is particularly applied to those with NDEs. Rabbi Robbins has had 8 NDEs as well as 13 surgeries and multiple STE’s. His work focus’ on the positive messages he has received from his spiritual guides through his 8 NDEs. Many Jews who have had transformative experiences do not know how to deal with them. He works to provide, through his insights, support and guidance for others to find the deeper meanings through the uniquely Jewish concepts of eternal living, both in this world and the worlds to come.

 

Death, Grief, and After Life Communication

Shared death experience, grief, and afterlife communication. Liz will be sharing these experiences, how they’ve affected her life, and the healing she’s gained from having them.

Death, Grief, and After Life Communication

Saturday, December 17th, 2022 @ 1pm EST

After the death of her mother, Liz felt compelled to write. Not only did she write down her experience of grief, but also her mothers death experience, and the communications with her that followed her death. Liz will be sharing these experiences, how they’ve affected her life, and the healing she’s gained from having them.

 

ABOUT LIZ:

Liz Peterson is an Advanced Intuitive Energy Healer, Reiki Master, Spiritual Coach, Podcaster, and soon to be author of her new book- “Mom died last night. My shared death experience. A memoir of death, grief, and afterlife communication”. She has been a lifelong student of healing and metaphysical topics. Uses her natural born abilities, and her personal journey of healing, transformation, and empowerment in everything she does.

She has a local radio show called “Raise the Vibe”, on Voice of Vashon. And is currently the host of the podcast “Raise the Vibe with Liz”, now in its third year. Her podcast is dedicated to bringing today’s psychics, healers, way showers, inspirational speakers, and ascension leaders to an international audience. Healing to the world one guest at a time! And has interviewed guests such as, Ainslie Macloud, Neil Donald Walsch, Robert Waggoner, Dr Steven Farmer, Mark Anthony, and many more.

Mother of 4, Liz lives on Vashon Island, where she enjoys all life has to offer. It’s her mission to assist others on their spiritual journey of inner awakening, healing, and self-empowerment, with love and compassion.
Website and info @ http://www.lizshealingtouch.com

Radio show- http://www.voiceofvashon.org/raise-the-vibe
YouTube- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC20e9tSJy0fjKuKfdSIhhlQ
Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/raisethevibewithliz/
Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/raisethevibewithliz/
Podcast- https://www.buzzsprout.com/958816/episodes
and- https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/raise-the-vibe-with-liz-podcast/id1504545337

This event will be recorded. The recording is included free with your RSVP to the event.

Childhood Experiencer Topic Group

This is a sharing group for adults who have had a near-death or similar experience(s) when they were a child.  The group will offer a safe space to explore the meaning and purpose of your experience and to connect with others who had a transformative experience as a child.

Childhood Experiencer Sharing Group

This is a new sharing group for adults who have had a near-death or similar experience(s) when they were a child.  The group will offer a safe space to explore the meaning and purpose of your experience and to connect with others who had a transformative experience as a child.

We commit to respecting all who attend this group, knowing each person holds their own personal perspectives and beliefs. This is a safe place of non-judgment. There is also no proselytizing.

Military/Veteran Experiences Topic Group

Join this EXCLUSIVE IANDS online sharing event for active or veteran military service members … “There is nothing more satisfying than when someone is able to end years of isolation by having a receptive small group hear them talk openly about their experience(s).” Facilitated by Diane Corcoran, Army Nurse who has been there … Vietnam to Desert Storm. Second Sundays Monthly, 1 pm Pacific/4 pm Eastern (see the dropdown at the top of this webpage to always display in your TZ).


2nd Sundays, Monthly
4 pm ET
1 pm PT
10 am Hawaii
9 pm London

This specific group is for currently active or veteran military service personnel. Thank you for respecting this RSVP restriction. Please join and share, or just listen, in a small online group environment that emphasizes confidentiality and privacy.

Please use the discount code “freedom” to RSVP for no cost. A completed checkout, even when the amount due is $0.00 is necessary to receive the event link via email.

Our Mission
Our Military and Veteran Near-Death Experience Sharing Group is a safe place to discuss your near-death experience (NDE) and or spiritual transformative experience (STE) with other service members. Offering unconditional acceptance, validation, education and support for your experience.

“There is nothing more satisfying than when someone is able to end years of isolation having had no-one previously receptive to hear them talk about their experience(s).”

Our Meetings
Meetings are confidential. If you wish to remain anonymous or to listen only, just disable your camera and microphone.
• Open only to military members and veterans
• Unconditional acceptance and support
• Learn about other service members’ experiences
• Offer support to those sharing their experience for the first time
• Enjoy a safe and secure place to anonymously process your experience

Learn More
Watch this free training video on Military/Veteran’s experiences or read the brochure:
Understanding Veterans’ Near-Death Experiences (36:37)

Military Near-Death Experiences Brochure 2020 12-1-20

About Diane


Diane Corcoran, an Army nurse who has been there – from Vietnam to Desert Storm. Dr. Corcoran served as a nurse from the Vietnam War to Desert Storm. In 1969, she cared for a 19 yr. old wounded
Vietnam combat soldier who wanted to share his NDE on the battlefield, but was extremely worried that no one would
believe him. Instinctively, Diane listened to his account with care and compassion. Though the term NDE was not yet
coined, she knew that his extremely emotional experience had a profound life changing impact on him. Since that day,
she has dedicated her life to educating the international medical community about NDE and provided validation, education and support for active military and veteran experiencers. Dr. Corcoran served as a former President of the International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS) and continues to serve as a Board of Director. In addition, she is the founder of Corcoran Consulting and The Vet NDE Project.

Our Sharing Groups rely on charitable contributions to maintain staffing and administrative support. To continue to bring you a wonderful group experience, we thank you in advance for your kind donations: Simply click on the following link to donate:

https://iands.app.neoncrm.com/forms/isgo-development

How do sharing groups work?
Everyone with a sincere interest in near-death and related experiences is welcome. You are invited to share, learn, or just listen in one of our over 13 sharing groups per month. These are safe spaces.  You can leave your camera off and sit silently until you are ready to join the group. Each sharing group is free to attend, with donations requested to cover the cost of the services provided.

Each group is led by a trained facilitator. The facilitator maintains the IANDS Sharing Group guidelines that are created from decades of experience providing sharing groups in the clinical setting. It is the facilitator’s role to provide an opportunity for each person, who wishes to do so, to share. It is also the facilitator’s goal to keep the group space safe while maintaining neutrality. These groups do not provide counseling. They are peer-to-peer sharing groups. These groups last 90 minutes. There is no guest speaker. Each attendee is given the same privileges to speak as all other attendees, as long as the guidelines are followed. The size of groups is limited. The group access closes 10 minutes after start time to maintain the feeling of safety, security, and privacy. Even though these groups are free to all, donations are requested so that we can continue to provide them free of charge to all who wish to attend.

You are required to create an account with IANDS Sharing Groups Online to participate in these groups. A link will be sent to you in your confirmation email or you can return to the reservation page on the date of the event and use the Join Event button that will be on that page.

A Mother and Her Son Communicate Across The Veil

Beginning with the moment of his death, Madelyn Freeman experienced direct communion with her son and was given a brief but striking insight into the true nature of reality and the primacy of consciousness. She writes, “We are embedded in a flow of information that comes to us or through us, but does not necessarily depend on our own thinking.”

Born in Toronto, Canada, Madelyn Freeman has lived in London since 1971, where she has worked in the National Health Service (NHS) as a psychotherapist. She once served as chair of a psychotherapy unit in London and maintains a long-term interest in and experience with Jungian Depth Psychology. As such, she was especially attuned to transpersonal possibilities – those that transcend the usual personal limits of space, time, identity, and/or influence – when her adult son eventually succumbed in 2011 after an eight-year journey with brain cancer. Beginning with the moment of his death, she experienced direct communion with him and was given a brief but striking insight into the true nature of reality and the primacy of consciousness. She writes, “We are embedded in a flow of information that comes to us or through us, but does not necessarily depend on our own thinking.”

Madelyn has written several papers on psychology and dreams, one of which was published as a chapter in a medical textbook. After many years with the NHS and in private practice, she continues to write and speak about transpersonal topics, hosting “Paradigm Explorer” meetings for the Scientific and Medical Network in London as well as private meetings titled “An Exploration of Non-Ordinary Experiences.” On Wednesday, October 12th, at 7:00 pm Central Time, Madelyn will join us from her home in London to share her moving story of after-death communication and more. Please join us for what promises to be an uplifting, enlightening discussion.

About Madelyn

Born in Toronto, Canada, Madelyn Freeman has lived in London since 1971, where she has worked in the National Health Service (NHS) as a clinical psychotherapist. She once served as chair of a psychotherapy unit in London and maintains a long-term interest in and experience with Jungian Depth Psychology. She has written several papers on psychology and dreams, one of which was published as a chapter in a medical textbook. After many years with the NHS and in private practice, she continues to write and speak about transpersonal topics, hosting “Paradigm Explorer” meetings for the Scientific and Medical Network in London as well as private meetings titled “An Exploration of Non-Ordinary Experiences.” On Wednesday, October 12th, at 7:00 pm Central Time, Madelyn will join us from her home in London to share her moving story of after-death communication and more. Please join us for what promises to be an uplifting, enlightening discussion.