Walking Through the Open Door
How Common are Departing or Deathbed Visits?
Instructor: Carla Wills-Brandon
Saturday June 23rd 2018
11:00am - 12:30pm
11:00am - 12:30pm
When I first started out in afterlife research there wasn’t much available guidance. Here I was, an experiencer who also worked professionally with experiencers. Decades ago while I was training other health professionals, my learning continued with personal and professional hands on experience. For example, I worked NASA Flight Medicine when the Space Shuttle Challenger blew up in 1986, and then again in 2003 when the Space Shuttle Columbia went up in flames. Many people aren’t aware of the numerous afterlife encounters and premonitions which took place at that time. With 14 published books (Topics: Departing Visions, Grief, Trauma, Loss, Addiction, Holistic Healing, Healing, Afterlife Experiencer) I began lecturing even more than ever about the mystical visions the dying and those who love them have as physical death draws near. For years I was one of the few modern day Departing Vision educators in the United States. Plus, I’ve collected and documented over 2,000 Departing Vision accounts. Decades of communication with Deathbed Vision researchers abroad, such as Icelander Dr. Erlendur Haraldsson and Britain’s Dr. Peter Fenwick only helped my cause. With 30 years private practice and research, I’ve also had extensive media experience on major television and radio, such as Coast to Coast with Art Bell, Coast to Coast with George Noory, The Bill Mahar Show, The Geraldo Rivera Show and many more. That said, thankfully the illuminating experiences with afterlife encounters has kept my ego in check. As an ongoing student at Arthur Findlay College I can state for a fact the journey never ends. During this workshop we will discuss what exactly a Deathbed or Departing Vision is, how to initially respond to such a share, and then what to do to incorporate the experience as a spiritual positive with the physically transitioning and their loved ones.