Guest Speaker, Kat Sanders
On April 22, 2010, Kat Sanders was getting ready to go out for the evening with her husband, Steve. Without warning, she felt excruciating pain, as if a knife had been plunged into her head. The last words she spoke as she slid to the floor were “My head hurts very bad, I’m scared.” It was a brain aneurism.
Kat will share her story of what happened leading up to her death, the details of her vivid near-death experience, and the influence it had on her life going forward.
Kat was recently featured on Biography Channel’s I Survived: Beyond and Back, and is the author of “Unstoppable Life”.
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After watching Paul Selig‘s amazing ability as an empath and channeler on A & E’s Bio Channel Documentary series, The UneXplained, I found the following video on his website. If you feel stuck in not having and getting what you want in any area of your life, watch the 30 minute video below.
Click here to watch the full episode of Selig’s segment on last night’s the UneXplained. It’s worth it.
If you’re interested in exploring all aspects of the near-death experience and related phenomena, you’ll enjoy the website NHNE Near-Death Experience Network run by David Sunfellow. There you will find others who share similar interests, as well as pictures, video, NDE experiencer stories, and NDE news.
The grant will fund research into heaven, hell, karma, purgatory and other topics. A distinguished UCR professor of philosophy, John Martin Fischer, received the grant to start The Immortality Project. Fischer said “Our approach will be uncompromisingly scientifically rigorous. We’re not going to spend money to study alien-abduction reports.”
The three-year grant comes from the John Templeton Foundation, which funds research into topics such as complexity, evolution, love, infinity, forgiveness, creativity, and free will.
For more of the interesting details, go to The Huffington Post.