October 30: What the Dead Want to Tell You

Oct 7, 2020 | 0 comments

Bethany Paix, Judith Fein, Annie Mattingley, Andrea Campbell
(L to R) Bethany Paix, Judith Fein, Annie Mattingley, Andrea Campbell

During the coronavirus pandemic, there’s a rumble of fear about sickness and death threatening our emotional well-being. How can we find a hopeful message in this time of death and dread?

Join the “Women Who Know: What the Dead Want to Tell You” panel discussion as part of the Before I Die New Mexico Virtual Festival. This event will take place on Friday, October 30 at 5:00 p.m. MDT. Our panelists bring an upbeat message that death is not final, and that those who have crossed over have messages for the living.

The panelists are:

Tickets for Before I Die New Mexico Virtual Festival events are available now. They range from $20 for a one-day pass, all four Death Cafes or theatre/film event access, $50 for all four days of events, and $100 for the VIP Experience, including a Halloween/Day of the Dead party. Purchase tickets here.

Some of the questions that may be tackled include:

  • Is there a connection between after-death communication and fear of death?
  • What are some ways the dead communicate with the living?
  • How do you ask/receive communications from those who have died?
  • Where do people go when they leave their bodies?
  • What messages to the dead have for the living during this coronavirus pandemic?

Three of the four panelists participated in this panel discussion, recorded on August 29, 2020 as part of the Reimagine: Life, Love & Loss virtual festival.

Reimagine: What the Dead Want Us to Know

You can also see this panel’s discussion in last year’s festival and other videos of speakers and panels at this page at the Before I Die New Mexico Festival website.

Festival Sponsors

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The Before I Die New Mexico Virtual Festival is made possible by:

A portion of the sponsorship proceeds and ticket sales benefit these 501(c)(3) charitable partners:

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