by Jeremy McDonald, November 15, 2016
In the wake of all that is happening in the world. After Pulse in Orlando and among other tragic events. I felt it was necessary to reach out to one of the leading experience on the subject of Life after Death.
There is many things in life that can cause us to have grief and it’s important we allow ourselves to experience these emotions as they come up.
Part of the healing process is to allow ourselves to experience our emotions.
In this hour we talk about the stages of grief and what one will go through after losing a loved one or experience loss.
Raymond Moody’s website: http://lifeafterlife.com/
About Raymond Moody:
Raymond A. Moody, Jr. (born June 30, 1944) is a philosopher, psychologist, physician and author, most widely known for his books about life after death and near-death experiences (NDE), a term that he coined in 1975 in his best-selling book Life After Life. Raymond Moody’s research purports to explore what happens when a person dies. He has widely published his views on what he terms near-death-experience psychology.
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About The Author
Jeremy McDonald has had a deep passion for human dynamics and has spent his adult life studying concepts of healing, mindfulness, consciousness and many other subjects. He was formally trained in Adult Learning Theories and has worked as a Corporate Trainer for a number of years. He has also been a public speaker for the past 20 years helping others find their full potential. He strives to be the constant student realizing life is only happening to it’s fullest when we are expanding our growth and knowledge. We are all teachers and students and this relationship is a flow between the two. Follow him on – Facebook: @JeremyMcDonaldLLG, Twitter: @Lamplightgroup.
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