Feb. 24: Afterlife Conversation with The Death Chicks

Feb 21, 2016 | 0 comments

The Death ChicksDo not be fooled by the the title, “Afterlife Conversation with The Death Chicks”! Gail Rubin, CT, still alive and kicking.

Gail will participate in the live Google Hangout Show, “What Happens When We Die??? A Conversation about the Afterlife,” this Wednesday, February 24 at 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time/noon Pacific Time. Click this link to tune in live online.

The Death Chicks, Myste Lynn and Patty Burgess, are death educators who bring a light touch to the serious subject of end-of-life issues. The program’s motto is “Tune In. Be Informed. Die Well.” As they say on their page: “We don’t judge. We don’t have religious affiliations. We simply want to put this death thing on the table and have a good ol’ curious chat about it.

The panel will discuss questions regarding near death experiences, religious ideas about the afterlife, and other possibilities. Joining Myste, Patty and Gail in this conversation about afterlife questions are:

Terri Daniel, Death Awareness Educator

Rev. Terri Daniel is an ordained interfaith minister, clinical chaplain and death-awareness educator who assists dying and grieving individuals to discover a more spiritually spacious understanding of death and beyond. Terri is the author of three books on death and the afterlife: A Swan in Heaven: Conversations Between Two Worlds; Embracing Death: A New Look at Grief, Gratitude and God; and Turning the Corner on Grief Street: Loss and Bereavement as a Journey of Awakening. She is the founder and president of the Afterlife Education Foundation and producer of the annual Afterlife Awareness Conference.

Catherine Holland, Author & Healer

Catherine founded the Oxford Pain Clinic where she shares her gift for treating people with chronic injury pain; she specializes in treating people with chronic pain from old injuries. In February, 2015, she shifted her focus onto the spiritual facets of serving people, offering online learning programs. In June, 2000, Catherine experienced the traumatic event of being hit by a car. As she lay bleeding to death on the road, she felt she had to “make a decision,” to die or come back to the pain. She decided to come back and is now openly sharing her near death experience.

Uma Girish, Grief Guide, Award-Winning Author & Life Purpose Coach

Uma’s latest book is a transformational memoir published by Hay House entitled LOSING AMMA, FINDING HOME: A Memoir about Love, Loss, and Life’s Detours. Uma is the co-founder of the International Grief Council, which seeks to empower those grieving a loss with the tools to express and experience their loss. Uma combines her coaching and grief guidance skills to help women turn the pain of their loss into purpose and a joyous and meaningful life. She’s author of the eBook, Understanding Death: 10 Ways to Inner Peace for the Grieving, host of a radio show called The Grammar of Grief and writes a blog by the same name.

Gail Rubin, Death Educator and Certified Thanatologist

Gail Rubin, funeral expert and Celebrant

Gail Rubin, CT, The Doyenne of Death®

Gail is the author and host of the award-winning book and TV series, A Good Goodbye: Funeral Planning for Those Who Don’t Plan to Die. Gail uses humor and funny films to help teach about serious issues, like funeral planning, medical conversations and estate planning. She gave a TEDx talk on why most people don’t address end-of-life issues, despite the fact that humans have a 100% mortality rate. Gail is also a Certified Funeral Celebrant and a pioneer of the Death Café movement in the United States.

A Good Goodbye