Kate Manser was thirty years old when she realized she could do whatever she wanted with her life — and realizing she might die tomorrow is the best motivation. After experiencing this radical shift in perspective, Kate started YOU MIGHT DIE TOMORROW, her movement to inspire people at every age to really live before they die. Kate’s debut book will be published in February 2020.

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  • Sarina’s story and background – 3:40
  • Her son’s amazing story – 4:45
  • A mom that lost a kid – 6:00
  • What happened after her son’s death – 6:39
  • Why did he go? – 8:14
  • A message behind his death – 8:37
  • Having a conversation with a medium – 9:56
  • How hard it is to understand the messages from the other side – 12:35
  • Hearing her son’s messages all the time – 16:40
  • How we must grieve differently – 20:35
  • Journaling is a good tool for the grieving process – 23:04
  • Connecting to the other side – 25:00
  • Everybody is a medium – 26:48
  • Lisa reads some cards for Sarina – 27:12
  • Some stories about Sarina’s work – 31:15
  • Understanding more about the afterlife – 33:56
  • Lisa reads some cards about her conversation with Sarina – 38:25
  • Time of the year that you miss your beloved ones even more – 40:48
  • What the beings of love and light have to share – 42:56

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One Response to “You Might Die Tomorrow, Live Today! with Kate Manser – Episode 106”

  1. Jenna

    Lisa’s interview with Kate Manser is so much fun! I love Kate’s motto of “You could die tomorrow”! As Lisa and Kate discuss in the podcast, it is also something people can easily relate to, even without having a near-death or out of body experience. It is simple and easy to understand, and very true! We never know what is going to happen to us, and many people go through life without thinking about that. None of us know how much time we will have, as someone said about pre-medical conditions, we all have the condition of pre-death, because we all know we will die someday, it probably won’t be tomorrow, but the point is that it could be! I agree very much with Lisa and Kate that people should not plan on retirement being the time when they do everything they want to do in life, since we may not live to retirement age, and even if we do, it may end up we are not healthy once we are retired.

    I like Kate’s advice that we start to become more comfortable with death the more we think about it and understand it. Some people say death is the last taboo in the US, and I think there is some truth to that. Lisa and Kate are both doing great things by helping people be more death aware so they can live life to the fullest. People often feel trapped in life, but once we really open ourselves to understanding how many choices we truly have in life we start to realize all of the amazing possibilities available to us. This is one of the most uplifting podcasts I have listened to in a long time.

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