Is There Life After Death? with Lawrence Furman

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Please join us for a series of monthly presentations, hosted on the third Friday of each month, that deal with consciousness after death. These evenings will be hosted by Ellie Schamber and Lewis Griggs, who both had amazing “near death” experiences. Ellie, who has a Ph.D. in Intellectual History from U.C. Berkeley and was a confirmed atheist, discovered during her experience of death that spiritually “…everything I had believed in and taught was wrong.” Lewis, who has an MBA from Stanford, was told that he “was not doing his work” and was sent back to build a new career in diversity training.

Our guest speaker this month is Lawrence FurmanLawrence Furman

“I found myself outside my body, watching the doctors administering CPR, and telepathically I was able to know the thoughts of everyone in the room. Then I rose up, passing through the ceiling until a womb-like cocoon formed around me. As if in an elevator, I was carried through the tunnel, passing different realms of perception until I landed where I needed to be. There I met with spirit beings who answered my questions about the meaning of life and why we are here.

I remembered many prior lives and their deaths. This was followed by a life review of the one I had just left. However, I also realized that the past lives were not really in the past. They were all still happening, all at the same time. There really is no time: the past, present and future actually exist all at once. These experiences showed me that I am not just a body and a collection of thoughts, or even a spirit in a body. Instead, my body and my thoughts are in me: an ever-expanding field of awareness, a pure consciousness.

After these experiences of death, a channel seems to have been opened in my psyche. I am still able to communicate with many of the helpful and wise spirits that I met on the other side, and sometimes they use me as a medium in order to communicate with others.”

After the presentation there will be a question-and-answer period, and you are welcome to ask anything about “why” or “how.” For example, some people ask why there is suffering in the world. The answers sometimes seem to come from a place that transcends the personal experiences of the speakers, and speak directly to your deepest yearnings to understand why we are here.

$20 suggested donation. No one turned away for lack of funds. Work trades are appreciated to help with set up or clean up.

On Saturday, February 16, 1:30 to 4:30 pm, Lawrence will invite the audience to ask the spirits questions about the nature of reality or their personal lives.

$25 paid by 2/14 ~ $35 thereafter

More information and register here http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07e6yubjs43a066f24


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