Dr. Terri Daniel is a clinical chaplain, certified trauma professional, and end-of-life educator certified in death, dying and bereavement. Her life work focuses on helping the dying and the bereaved find healing through meditative, ceremonial and therapeutic processes that focus on inner transformation rather than external events. She is the author of four books on death and the afterlife, and is also the founder of the annual Afterlife Awareness Conference. Terri also has a podcast “Ask Dr. Death” launching in February on all major platforms.

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  • Interested in death after her son’s death – 3:40
  • Being a hospice volunteer – 4:10
  • Receiving messages from your loved ones – 7:32
  • Keeping a journal with your dreams – 8:08
  • Keeping track of your dreams – 9:20
  • Things that happen in your dreams are symbols – 12:54
  • Variations of dreams – 14:55
  • The importance of shared consciousness about death in society – 18:23
  • Her experience as a hospice volunteer – 20:35
  • Training and learning to help patients in many ways – 21:33
  • Teaching death in some colleges – 24:04
  • Helping patients accept death – 25:28
  • Becoming a chaplain – 32:00
  • Lisa reads some cards for Terri – 35:00
  • Understanding death and grief – 37:34
  • We have to teach ourselves to understand grief – 41:03
  • Terri’s classes and workshops – 42:37
  • Lisa reads some cards about the grieving process – 43:31

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Brother Ed has been described as an elder gentleman of compassion and wisdom with many mystical, spiritual and Near-Death stories.  He is described as a ‘small-town, coastal Texas country white boy’ who has known life and death in many ways. His life’s mission is to enhance how we experience death and dying in our communities globally.

Having died from a car wreck, a drowning, and a surgical accident, as well as losing his first wife to drowning and a daughter to suicide, Ed has devoted much of his life to serving the dying and their families. With careers of corporate ‘computer golden boy’, nursing home orderly, yoga coach, hospice minister, and funeral Director; Brother Ed continues to serve when called.

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  • Brother Ed’s life mission – 2:13
  • “We do not die” – 3:22
  • Creating an institution around death – 4:42
  • Brother Ed’s childhood – 5:44
  • Having questions about his life and struggles – 8:48
  • He found answers for every question he had about his life experiences –  9:21
  • Witnessing many life-changing experiences during his life – 16:53
  • There are consequences for everything we think and do – 17:19
  • We are all interconnected – 20:41
  • Ed’s first and second Near-Death experiences – 21:37
  • What happened after his wife died – 26:56
  • Feeling the sense of grief – 32:34
  • A painful experience that was also a gift – 34:32
  • Practicing two-way prayer –  36:51
  • How he found the source of our being  – 38:55
  • Being part of the spiritual seeking community – 39:41
  • Lisa reads some cards for Brother Ed – 41:52
  • The “in-between frequency” – 42:24
  • Helping make the idea of death more open – 47:40
  • Lisa reads some cards about having clarity in your life without having a Near-Death experience – 48:55

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Charlee is a speaker, author, and president of New Beginnings Family Care, an after-life concierge service. Charlee blended her unique knowledge of spirituality and science to recreate her life from top to bottom, and loves to show others how to do the same. She also enjoys reading to learn, live music, and all things food.

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  • An after-life service – 1:48
  • Creating a new concept in the death arena – 2:14
  • When her stepdad died – 3:19
  • Being useless – 4:27
  • What happens when you lose a loved one? – 4:44
  • A voice in her head told her what to do – 5:56
  • The idea of New Beginnings Family Care – 7:13
  • It is truly a transition – 10:29
  • Having the service of hospice volunteer – 10:47
  • Services that New Beginning Family Care provides – 12:10
  • Sometimes you need an independent third-party to help you – 13:40
  • An awesome experience that happened to Charlee – 14:28
  • When she felt her stepdad’s presence – 16:12
  • What life is all about – 17:56
  • Lisa reads some cards for Charlee – 18:31
  • Surviving after the loss of a loved one – 21:09
  • Lisa reads some cards around the idea of getting professional help when you lose a loved one – 23:48

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Becky Aud-Jennison identifies as a DeathTalker— a therapist gone rogue. A fire was lit in Becky to create The Death Dialogues Project after intimately walking her brother and mother Home in 2017. But it was her dad’s visits after his death that validated that, indeed, energy does not die. A believer that our stories are the greatest teachers about all things death, her mission is to help bring conversations surrounding dying, death and the aftermath out of the closet. 

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  • Being a death talker – 1:32
  • Energy does not die – 1:53
  • Becky’s father’s death – 2:30
  • Her father had “brain death” – 5:12
  • Her family’s story – 9:06
  • Having a visitation, her dad gave her a big hug – 9:28
  • Having a really deep connection with death – 11:26
  • We still miss our loved ones – 12:40
  • The experience of losing her brother – 14:39
  • Her brother’s experience with brain cancer – 17:47
  • The whole family taking care of her oldest brother – 21:21
  • The human connection with death – 22:44
  • Talking about the death process – 28:46
  • Dialogues with her loved ones –  30:32
  • Becky’s experience with her mom’s death – 32:22
  • The moment of her mom’s death – 33:28
  • What happens when you are close to death – 35:37
  • Lisa reads some cards for Becky –  38:24
  • The Death Dialogues Project – 43:00
  • Lisa reads some cards about transition and conversations about death – 44:37

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Rich is a clairvoyant energy worker and healer. His abilities include chakra clearing and energy release instruction, karma clearing communication with the souls of the dead, as well as crossing them over. He also does remote healing, helping others throughout the world. He does this to help others heal and learn, so they may empower themselves and reach a higher potential. He draws from his past religious experiences to help others gain clarity, release unbeneficial beliefs, and find a new direction in their lives. His book Subtle Energy and the World We Experience, he wrote to help people understand how to gain clarity in their lives. In addition to this, he is involved with communicating with the souls of the dead and crossing them over. After exploring the realms of the afterlife on Maui, he has recently published a new book: Afterlife in Hawaii. He resides in Maui with his wife and daughter. Stay tuned and enjoy this episode!

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  • How he started his vocation – 2:15
  • He didn’t believe in the afterlife – 3:26
  • You are where you should be – 4:35
  • Explaining what he wrote in his book – 6:44
  • Afterlife in Hawaii – 9:22
  • Why don’t souls cross over? – 12:11
  • Having ignorance about the other side – 13:52
  • What happens after you cross over -16:10
  • Afterlife is there – 16:32
  • How to connect with your loved ones who have passed – 16:43
  • How he experienced the presence of souls – 19:40
  • There’s nothing to fear about the afterlife – 22:20
  • Everywhere we go, there’s a group of souls that need help – 25:22
  • A story about helping souls cross to the other side – 25:50
  • Doing “Ho’oponopono” – 27:27
  • Worried about darkness – 29:58
  • Lisa reads some cards for Rich – 32:35
  • Near-death experiences change people – 35:50
  • Lisa reads cards about her conversation with Rich – 40:10

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In October 2016, Jim was flying one of his historical reproduction airplanes over the Connecticut countryside. Suddenly, he lost power and crashed into a forest, rupturing his lungs, breaking all his ribs and shattering his right leg. LifeStar life-flighted him to the Hartford Hospital, where the surgeons prepared him for day-long operation by putting him into a week-long coma. It was then that he had his NDE and went to a place called the “in between.”

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  • How Jim and Lisa met – 3:50
  • Jim’s Near-Death Story – 4:46
  • How did he not die? – 6:15
  • What he saw in his Near-Death Experience – 8:40
  • A place where there was absolute silence – 9:44
  • Being in the “in between” – 11:52
  • What Jim learned about mercy – 17:40
  • Amnesia two days before the crash – 20:24
  • The after-effects of the NDE – 23:57
  • What premonitions are for Jim? – 27:49
  • Can premonitions happen? – 32:44
  • Jim’s biggest takeaway from his NDE – 36:34
  • In living right, the right thing will happen – 39:36
  • Being born with everything we need to be happy – 42:00
  • Opportunities exist for people who see them – 43:17
  • Lisa reads some cards for Jim – 43:33
  • It is all about gratitude for your life – 46:00
  • Lisa reads some cards about premonitions – 49:52
  • The beings of love and light message – 53:10

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William Peters, MFT, M.Ed. is a family therapist and founder of the Shared Crossing Project. He directs its research initiative that studies extraordinary end-of-life experiences. William conducts workshops and presents nationally on his research. His two Near-Death Experiences and various Shared Death Experiences inform his work in conscious end-of-life preparation. Listen and enjoy!

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  • Unlocking the perspective on death and life – 2:20
  • Research about near-death experiences – 3:05
  • Presenting his research at conferences – 4:42
  • How Lisa and William met – 5:32
  • What happens that allows you to have Near-Death experiences – 10:35
  • Training people about Near-Death experiences – 11:14
  • Previous research about shared near-death experiences – 13:26
  • Different end-of-life experiences – 17:26
  • An early or delay shared near-death experience – 18:56
  • These experiences are more common than we know – 25:16
  • William’s favorite story about his research – 25:33
  • Synchronicities and coincidences – 30:35
  • Lisa reads some cards for William – 32:08
  • Get in touch with William – 38:00
  • Lisa reads some cards about shared near-death experiences – 39:49
  • What the Beings of Love and Light have to share about shared death experiences – 41:57

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Mark Pitstick, MA, DC is an author, counselor with a master’s degree in clinical psychology, holistic chiropractic physician, frequent media guest, and workshop/webinar teacher. He attended theology school, majoring in pastoral counseling, and trained in suicide prevention.  Mark directs The SoulPhone Foundation, founded Greater Reality Living groups, and is a research assistant for the SoulPhone Project. His mission is to help you know and show that – no matter what is happening to you or around you – your earthly experience is a totally safe, meaningful, and magnificent adventure amidst forever.  To learn more, visit SoulProof.com, SoulPhone.org, and GreaterRealityLiving.com 

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  • An amazing podcast on the first day of 2020 – 2:34
  • How he got into the idea of connecting to the other side – 4:00
  • Top mediums in the country – 7:07
  • An indication that explains the afterlife – 7:35
  • Having a soul keyboard – 10:41
  • A message for skeptical people – 11:45
  • Open the mind and believe – 14:49
  • Life is a magnificent adventure – 15:46
  • Wanting to prepare people to understand better the afterlife – 18:49
  • Lisa reads some cards for Mark – 19:50
  • People that receive messages from the other side – 21:10
  • Life is an adventure – 23:50
  • Fear around death? – 25:15
  • Greater reality living groups – 27:00
  • Form a group in your area and contact Mark! – 28:30
  • Contact Mark and learn about the connection with the other side – 30:07
  • Lisa reads some cards about Soul Phone – 32:08
  • Connecting with people of another dimension – 33:30
  • What beings of love and light have to say about this topic – 34:09

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Merry Christmas Everyone!

Today is December 25th, 2019 Christmas Day! Lisa shares how she celebrated it when she was a child, and how she considers this day so special. This day can also be very hard for some people, so she shares a meditation and card reading about this special time of year, what we can expect for the holidays, and what you can feel when it comes to celebrating!

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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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