Barbara Bartolome from Santa Barbara IANDS in NBC’s Report on NDEs

Barbara Bartolome, Facilitator of Santa Barbara IANDS, was featured in Part 1 of 2 of the NBC Today Show’s Special Report on Near-Death Experiences where she shared a shortened version of her near-death experience. In this Special Report, other NDErs, researchers and experts talk about the results of their research. The two segments aired on Monday, Dec 19th and Tuesday, Dec 20th, 2016.  You can watch both episodes at the links below.

Barbara is an excellent NDE educator, and will be our guest speaker on Saturday, April 8th, 2017. She will recount her near-death experience in much more detail than there was time for in the NBC special. Her talk will be followed by Q&A. Mark your calendars now!

PART I, 12/19/16
http://www.today.com/offsite/do-you-believe-near-death-experiences-may-reveal-glimpses-of-afterlife-836566595580

Spiritual Miracles Helped Her Survive Incest, Gang Rape, Car Accident

At our December 10, 2016 gathering in Irvine, it’s going to be quite an emotional, yet uplifting ride listening to the story of Connie Anne Miller’s life, a mix of unspeakable circumstances and spiritual miracles, all described in living color.

As a young child, she experienced ongoing molestation by a close family member.  At the same time, she was relentlessly bullied at school.  Something helped her survive this – children. Children only she could see and hear, and always there to provide blessed comfort.
But she was to endure more.  At 17 years of age, Connie was abducted and violently gang­raped by a group of young men.  During the attack, she left her body in which she was transfused and surrounded with a glorious splendor which she will describe.
Connie knew she had gone “somewhere over the line”, a different reality during a moment when her life had been in great danger.
Time had passed. There was a car accident followed by an angelic encounter. Twice she crossed the ‘bridge’ into another dimension.
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Over the years, Connie’s had numerous encounters with “helpful strangers”, who have been there one moment, gone the next.  These ‘Messengers’  have brought answers to questions not consciously asked, while other times, just show up to ‘check in’.
Connie lives in Lancaster, CA, and is a Pediatric Occupational Therapist. Since 1992, she’s specialized in working with children diagnosed with developmental delays, learning disabilities and especially autism.
LISTEN EVERYONE, WE’LL BE HAVING CAKE TO CELEBRATE THE SEASON AND EACH OTHER.  NO OBLIGATION, BUT IF YOU’D LIKE TO BRING SOME GOODIES OR SNACKS, IT WILL MAKE THIS OCCASION THAT MUCH MORE SPECIAL.