Her Death Was Mine

It felt like my life had ended with that of my wife’s. But after her passing, she had sent me a message. Within it lay just enough reason to fight for new breath, enough motivation to discover where she was, and enough inspiration to create an entirely new life for myself as I traveled the world seeking answers, healing, meaning, purpose and a new understanding of what it meant to love. This is where my story begins.

A cancer diagnosis is one of the scariest things most people will ever face. Receiving the news, the doctors concerned expression, the morgue-like energy in the exam room, and the ominous silence that sweeps in after. Looking back, I wish I could’ve realized how precious a moment of silence was. Because in the very next breath came a world of utter chaos and fear. Things got real bad, not right away but down the line a bit as the cancer migrated to her brain in the form of a dozen tumors.
For ten months we beat back the disease through endless treatments, what felt like a hundred hospital visits, a dozen ER stays, countless sleepless nights, and a life of constant anxiety, worry, depression, angst, and a deep, almost knowingness, of the worst. The worst eventually caught up with us. “She’s not in there anymore.” I’ll never forget the void in her gaze, and the doctor’s lucid message as his words tumbled down to the seat of my soul. That’s something you never imagine yourself ever having the willpower or the strength to do, pulling the one you love the most off the machines allowing her to live.
After 12 years together, Jessica took her final breath at 3:25 AM. That was the first synchronicity, as our wedding anniversary was March 25th. “That’s curious, that’s weird, that’s really strange, that’s impossible.” I recall myself thinking as the truth of her passing settled. My life became a nightmare after that, actually it was much worse. I recall having nightmares; myself and a faceless doctor racing Jess through dimly lit hospital corridors. The absolute panic. The utter horror. The stark white bedding, Jessica’s mortified expression, and the palpable anguish cementing in my heart. I woke up just before the end, or rather I woke up after it. Covered in sweat and heaving air that just wouldn’t stay, I did what I always had done. My hand reached out to check on her, but this time I patted a cold void instead. In a flash it hit me, “she’s gone.” It’s a sobering realization when you prefer the nightmare over reality – at least in the nightmare she was still there with you. I had never felt so alone… but I wasn’t.
Three days after her passing I received a call on Jessica‘s phone from a dear friend of hers. This friend just so happened to be a medium. She was trying to convince me that Jess was speaking through her and that she had a very important message. My analytical mind didn’t believe a word she said, but good thing my grieving heart welcomed this strange, somehow uplifting affair.
I’d like to sit here and tell you that that message, shared with me on that fateful night, forever changed the course of my life. But it felt more like my life had already ended with that of my wife’s. But here Jess was, giving me just enough reason to fight for new breath and vitality, enough motivation to discover where she was and how. That message provided just enough inspiration to create an entirely new life for myself as I traveled the world for years to come seeking answers, healing, meaning, purpose and a new understanding of what it meant to love. This is where my story begins.
About Joe
Joe Hehn is a mindset & spiritual mentor, speaker and author helping others discover and wield the power of their mind and spirit.

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How To Let Go of Pain

You’ve believed in pain’s realness more than your ability to overcome it. Realign your beliefs with truth and let go of the idea of pain once and for all.

JClay presents:

HOW TO LET GO OF PAIN

 

Saturday, October 1, 2022 

The goal of pain is death. To believe in pain is to withdraw belief from yourself, which is an extension of love & life (pain/death’s opposite). Furthermore, to believe in pain is to attempt to make real that which could never be. How painful is that?It is essential to realign your beliefs with truth so that you may live a love-filled and life-filled life.

You will learn:
– How people unknowingly manifest pain into their lives
– Why do people ever start believing in pain
– How to release the belief in it for good
– How to give that release to others

Let go of the idea of pain and embrace your true nature.

About JClay
JClay is a spiritual teacher and rap artist that makes music to heal even the most reluctant of minds.Awarded the Mental Health Advocate of the Year award by Healing Black Women, JClay is one of the leaders of the spiritual hip-hop movement.

His recent album “IAMNOBODY, IAMSOMEONE”, has been endorsed by industry & psychology professionals, music fans, and is being heralded as a key tool in healing the mind. “The way JClay is able to break down the mind-body-soul connection in song-form in reference to healing is truly remarkable.” —Dr. Nicole LePera, Holistic Psychologist. As one fan said, “If Jesus rapped, it would be this.” JClay is thrilled to change how music can be used to heal for good.

You can find JClay here:

Instagram: @jclay1st

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Clinically Deceased for Nearly Twenty-four Hours

I share with you my story of what it was like for me to die for nearly 24 hours, come back the next day and have 26 strokes. I will present eyewitness accounts, documents and social media post of the day of and after the event. I share my story to prove the strength of prayer, faith, perseverance, the strengths of the human body and most importantly the power of the highest that proves that death is not the end but a continuation of existence.

I am sharing my experience of being clinically deceased for nearly 24 hours, experiencing 26 strokes and experiencing something that I only remotely experienced throughout my meditation practices. What I saw with my spiritual eyes, how I felt when I awoke, how I was forever changed and the important lesson I learned that was communicated to me using a method that I can’t explain and translated into human understanding. I will also share how everything in my life rather “good or bad” gave me the lessons to fight for my life when I needed it the most.
Every lesson from the physical to the spiritual were all pieces of a puzzle that was going to be completed leading up to my death on August 18, 2016. How growing up on the South Side of Chicago surrounded by family and friends help me understand the meaning of unconditional love in the midst of chaos, crime and diversity which helped begin to understand some of the different aspects of human life and emotions. I will share how that unconditional love along with forgiveness and strength grew within me, cultivating me to handle everything that was next to come in my life.
From days of a toddler throughout manhood grew within me confidence, positive thinking and the beginning of faith that things will get better no matter how hard it seems. How I found my niche in dancing with new friends and the fun and exciting new experiences that came with it. Which also introduced me to another level of spirituality that would forever change my life. I will also how share I began to reshape my life, having a family and my choice to leave Chicago and move to Columbus, Ohio where things started to crumble and yet I still kept my faith. When I began losing family in what seemed liked every year, my medical diagnosis throughout those years, home issues and the ultimate diagnosis that changed everything. How I turned to meditation to help quell my emotions which then took me to a level of spirituality beyond my dreams. I will then share how just when I started to feel that I was tired and done with everything one evening on August 17th, 2016, while coming in from work The Most High heard me and took over that same night. Driving me to the hospital, getting me through the ER doors and almost immediately leaving me my body to the hands of the medical professionals.
About Leonard
I am 45 years old from the South Side of Chicago and attended William R Harper High School Also on the South Side. At the age of 14 I began a dancing career with my friends and performed at talent shows, Pep Rally’s, concerts, trade shows and even performed at the world-famous Apollo Theater in Harlem New York 2 consecutive times. After starting a family in 2001, I moved to Columbus, Ohio I had another child and continued my career with Coca-Cola until my early forced retirement in 2017 because of my heart attack and 26 strokes rendering me disabled. From that point on not only did I lose my job, I also lost my home, former identity and had to literally start over. I developed a neurological disability, nerve damage, PTSD and other medical conditions as a result. I am an avid meditator since 2011 and I am a very spiritual person. Meditation it is a very important tool in my life and keeps me grounded and connected to God and his infinite wisdom. I have 6 kids which includes a stepson, 4 adults and a 2-year-old. I’ve written a self-published memoir titled “The Second Time Around A Memoir About A Life A Death and A Second Chance” available on Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com and created a company called Daleth Aromatherapy & Meditation Sanctuary LLC to help people experience the beauty and benefits of meditation and aromatherapy. My company is a work in progress, but I believe that I can do what I can with what I have to help as many people as possible.
You can find Leonard here:
@Nasi Uzziel (FB) Mr_Martin77(IG) Nasi Uzziel (YouTube)

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Sending Love to the Planet

If you believe that thoughts, prayers and/or loving energy can make a difference then this may be for you.
You do not have to be a member of Boston IANDS to join this meeting.
Participants are able to request love for the planet (ocean, sky, earth, animals, bees, etc…) Each request is followed by 2 minutes of silence so we can all send love or silently pray in the way we see fit.

This meeting is a 30-minute, free meeting.

If you believe that thoughts, prayers and/or energy can make a difference then this may be for you.
You do not have to be a member of Boston IANDS to join in this meeting.
Participants are able to request sending love to the planet (ocean, sky, earth, animals, bees, etc…) Each request is followed by 2 minutes of silence so we can all send love or silently pray in the way we see fit.
If you are not able to attend, please consider taking a moment during that time to send your loving thoughts, visualizations, prayers and/or energy from where you are to the planet if possible. Thank you for caring and sharing your time.
This event is a Boston IANDS Local Group event.

Sending Love to the Planet

If you believe that thoughts, prayers and/or loving energy can make a difference then this may be for you.
You do not have to be a member of Boston IANDS to join this meeting.
Participants are able to request love for the planet (ocean, sky, earth, animals, bees, etc…) Each request is followed by 2 minutes of silence so we can all send love or silently pray in the way we see fit.

This meeting is a 30-minute, free meeting.

If you believe that thoughts, prayers and/or energy can make a difference then this may be for you.
You do not have to be a member of Boston IANDS to join in this meeting.
Participants are able to request sending love to the planet (ocean, sky, earth, animals, bees, etc…) Each request is followed by 2 minutes of silence so we can all send love or silently pray in the way we see fit.
If you are not able to attend, please consider taking a moment during that time to send your loving thoughts, visualizations, prayers and/or energy from where you are to the planet if possible. Thank you for caring and sharing your time.
This event is a Boston IANDS Local Group event.