The Wonder of You: What Near-Death Experiences Tells You about Yourself

After researching 2,500 cases of near-death experiences (NDE’s), the speaker will share the in-depth understandings she has gained. Through her research she discovered deeply hidden messages about the world, life and the paths we all travel. During her research she uncovered marvelous stories she wants to share with others from her recent book THE WONDER OF YOU: What the Near-Death Experience Tells You about Yourself

The speaker will offer answers to the questions, “What is our reality and why do we exist?” The cases she analyzed offered information about the world, life, and the paths we are all traveling as individuals. She hopes to guide the audience toward their own personal discoveries.

Speaker: Lynn K Russell

For 28 years Lynn procured a profession as a family counselor, and loved every moment. Then she retired to be an author. She has always been fascinated with NDEs and when Dr. Jeffery Long asked for a researcher, she didn’t hesitate and accepted on the spot.

Moderator: Knud Petersen

Date: Monday, March 13, 2017
Time: 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. Venue: Lethbridge Public Library Theatre Gallery, Main Branch, 810 – 5th Ave. South

Free admission, everyone welcome

Lynn’s book, THE WONDER OF YOU: What the Near-Death Experience Tells You about Yourself will be available for purchase at this event

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