Life, Death, and the Space Between

Spiritual Activism with Dr. Terri Daniel

Dr. Terri Daniel, CT, CCTP is a hospice and hospital-trained clinical chaplain (interfaith). She is certified in death, dying and bereavement by the Association of Death Education and Counseling, and in trauma support by the International Association of Trauma Professionals. The focus of her work is to assist dying and grieving individuals to discover a…

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Dr. Terri Daniel, CT, CCTP is a hospice and hospital-trained clinical chaplain (interfaith). She is certified in death, dying and bereavement by the Association of Death Education and Counseling, and in trauma support by the International Association of Trauma Professionals. The focus of her work is to assist dying and grieving individuals to discover a more spiritually and socially-spacious understanding of death, grief, and beyond.   

 

Terri conducts workshops throughout the U.S. to help the dying and the bereaved focus on inner transformation rather than external events. Her work is acclaimed by physicians, hospice workers, grief counselors and clergy for its pinpoint clarity on the process of dying and grieving.  She is the founder of The Afterlife Conference, and the author of four books on death, grief and the afterlife.

 

Terri has a BA in Religious Studies from Marylhurst University, an MA in Pastoral Care from Fordham University, and a Doctor of Ministry in Pastoral Care and Counseling from the San Francisco Theological Seminary.   

In this episode:

Once we have heard so many NDE stories, what do we then do with that information?  How do we begin to integrate it into our everyday lives? 

How have  you looked at how different cultures describe Near Death experiences? How do these experiences differ cross culturally?  

What exactly do these experiences teach us about our metaphysical understanding of birth, death and beyond? 

What is an out of body experiece? 

What are the plans for the upcoming Afterlife Conference? 

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Divine Intervention? with Rabbi Wendi Geffen

Rabbi Wendi Geffen has served as one of the rabbis at North Shore Congregation Israel since her rabbinic ordination in 2002, assuming the role of senior rabbi in July 2015. A visionary, thought leader, and distinguished orator and teacher, Rabbi Geffen is passionate about Judaism, Torah, and the ways these ancient sources of wisdom add…

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Rabbi Wendi Geffen has served as one of the rabbis at North Shore Congregation Israel since her rabbinic ordination in 2002, assuming the role of senior rabbi in July 2015. A visionary, thought leader, and distinguished orator and teacher, Rabbi Geffen is passionate about Judaism, Torah, and the ways these ancient sources of wisdom add meaning to our lives and enable us to better our world today. She dedicates herself to learning and teaching with those interested in developing their own Jewish identities and Jewish journeys, no matter their age or background; she is regularly sought as a teacher and speaker, and her writing has been widely published.  

 

What does Judaism tells us about how to live a meaningful life? 

There is a lot of talk right now about people turning away from a more organized religion and turning toward their own version of spirituality, what are your thoughts about that? 

What does Judaism teach us about the afterlife and what happens to us when we die? 

How do you as a Rabbi help people understand communication such as signs to understand and make sense of these experiences within the framework of Judaism.  

 

Can you talk about your recent  experience that was spiritually transformative in a way that made you rethink how you thought about faith and things happening for a reason? 

Many people really dislike the phrase “everything happens for a reason”  and I understand why, can you describe your experience and how you came to a potential reogranization of how you understand faith as a result of that experience?  

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You Gotta Have Faith with Rabbi Wendi Geffen

Rabbi Wendi Geffen has served as one of the rabbis at North Shore Congregation Israel since her rabbinic ordination in 2002, assuming the role of senior rabbi in July 2015. A visionary, thought leader, and distinguished orator and teacher, Rabbi Geffen is passionate about Judaism, Torah, and the ways these ancient sources of wisdom add…

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Rabbi Wendi Geffen has served as one of the rabbis at North Shore Congregation Israel since her rabbinic ordination in 2002, assuming the role of senior rabbi in July 2015. A visionary, thought leader, and distinguished orator and teacher, Rabbi Geffen is passionate about Judaism, Torah, and the ways these ancient sources of wisdom add meaning to our lives and enable us to better our world today. She dedicates herself to learning and teaching with those interested in developing their own Jewish identities and Jewish journeys, no matter their age or background; she is regularly sought as a teacher and speaker, and her writing has been widely published.  

 

What does Judaism tells us about how to live a meaningful life? 

There is a lot of talk right now about people turning away from a more organized religion and turning toward their own version of spirituality, what are your thoughts about that? 

What does Judaism teach us about the afterlife and what happens to us when we die? 

How do you as a Rabbi help people understand communication such as signs to understand and make sense of these experiences within the framework of Judaism.  

 

Can you talk about your recent  experience that was spiritually transformative in a way that made you rethink how you thought about faith and things happening for a reason? 

Many people really dislike the phrase “everything happens for a reason”  and I understand why, can you describe your experience and how you came to a potential reogranization of how you understand faith as a result of that experience?  

FOLLOW RABBI GEFFEN

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Soul Proof with Dr. Mark Pitstick- Part 2

Mark Pitstick, MA, DC is an author, master’s clinical psychologist, holistic chiropractic physician and educator.   He also attended theology school and majored in pastoral counseling.  Mark directs The Soul Phone Foundation, founded Greater Reality Living groups, and conducts research for the SoulPhone Project.  His goal is to help you know and show – no…

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Mark Pitstick, MA, DC is an author, master’s clinical psychologist, holistic chiropractic physician and educator.   He also attended theology school and majored in pastoral counseling.  Mark directs The Soul Phone Foundation, founded Greater Reality Living groups, and conducts research for the SoulPhone Project. 

His goal is to help you know and show – no matter what is going on around you – that this earthly experience is a totally safe, meaningful, and magnificent adventure amidst forever. 

 

Today we discuss…

The research and development that has led to the soul phone and its 4 soulphone communication devices?

What is it exactly?  

 How do we know the person on the “other end” is actually our loved one?

Can you communicate with Spirit guides, angels, etc or is it only loved ones? 

When people are communicating with the other side, they are communicating through the “Clairs,” is this no longer necessary with this device? 

What does Post material person mean and why do you choose that lingo? 

Two of the benefits of the soul phone 

How does reincarnation fit into this model? 

Have great thinkers have not reincarnated into physical bodies again? 

Even with all this scientific proof, there is still so much resistance to it, what do you attribute that to? 

As a result of your work you have started these greater reality living groups?  What is their purpose and what exactly are you teaching them? 

 

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Soul Proof with Dr. Mark Pitstick-Part 1

Mark Pitstick, MA, DC is an author, master’s clinical psychologist, holistic chiropractic physician and educator.   He also attended theology school and majored in pastoral counseling.  Mark directs The Soul Phone Foundation, founded Greater Reality Living groups, and conducts research for the SoulPhone Project.  His goal is to help you know and show – no…

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Mark Pitstick, MA, DC is an author, master’s clinical psychologist, holistic chiropractic physician and educator.   He also attended theology school and majored in pastoral counseling.  Mark directs The Soul Phone Foundation, founded Greater Reality Living groups, and conducts research for the SoulPhone Project. 

His goal is to help you know and show – no matter what is going on around you – that this earthly experience is a totally safe, meaningful, and magnificent adventure amidst forever. 

 

Today we discuss…

The research and development that has led to the soul phone and its 4 soulphone communication devices?

What is it exactly?  

 How do we know the person on the “other end” is actually our loved one?

Can you communicate with Spirit guides, angels, etc or is it only loved ones? 

When people are communicating with the other side, they are communicating through the “Clairs,” is this no longer necessary with this device? 

What does Post material person mean and why do you choose that lingo? 

Two of the benefits of the soul phone 

How does reincarnation fit into this model? 

Have great thinkers have not reincarnated into physical bodies again? 

Even with all this scientific proof, there is still so much resistance to it, what do you attribute that to? 

As a result of your work you have started these greater reality living groups?  What is their purpose and what exactly are you teaching them? 

 

Follow Dr. Pitstick

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https://www.facebook.com/TheSoulPhone/?__tn__=%2Cd%2CP-R&eid=ARBM3xYKG5e75Zv1wR9Fg8j1-rw1fOxX6IiUctpoxYUsBx8_vyDH_0DhuD56A3NyUoNAbibqmr0RrMSd

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White Light Healing with Jane Thompson

Jane Thompson had a profound near-death experience in 2008 while in the emergency room. She was taken to the hospital with a sudden illness early one morning, and by that afternoon, the illness had progressed rapidly. Leaving her body, entering the light and being in spirit form changed her life dramatically. The process of integrating…

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Jane Thompson had a profound near-death experience in 2008 while in the emergency room. She was taken to the hospital with a sudden illness early one morning, and by that afternoon, the illness had progressed rapidly. Leaving her body, entering the light and being in spirit form changed her life dramatically. The process of integrating the aftereffects of her NDE was very difficult. Having overcome these challenges, she knew it was a very important part of her life’s path to compassionately help others with their own personal transformations.  Jane’s focus is now on helping and healing others. She serves as an intuitive healer, psychic medium and spiritual gifts coach. Jane consults with others from around the world who have felt challenged to cope with the many changes that often accompany spiritual awakenings.

However, on today’s show we are going to be talking with Jane about healing.  

-What is this notion that the body keeps score? 

-What is the ozone when talking about energy? 

-What are the different planes and why is the physical plane so important? 

How can we use our bodies to tell us and inform us of what might be going on in our minds? 

What exactly is white light healing?

 

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Mind, Body, Voice with Dr. Will Siu

Dr. Siu grew up in California, where he completed college at UC Irvine and medical school at UCLA. Midway through medical school he pursued research interests at the National Institutes of Health in Washington, DC and ultimately completed a doctoral degree at the University of Oxford. After finishing medical school he moved to Boston where…

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Dr. Siu grew up in California, where he completed college at UC Irvine and medical school at UCLA. Midway through medical school he pursued research interests at the National Institutes of Health in Washington, DC and ultimately completed a doctoral degree at the University of Oxford. After finishing medical school he moved to Boston where he joined the faculty at Harvard Medical School and completed a psychiatry residency at the Massachusetts General Hospital and McLean Hospital. Dr. Siu remained on faculty at Harvard for two years while working at McLean, the nation’s top free-standing psychiatric facility—a distinction it has held for more than a decade. Dr. Siu subsequently moved to New York City where in addition to having a private practice, he has been trained by MAPS in MDMA-assisted psychotherapy and provides ketamine facilitated psychotherapy.

A new year and a new conversation!  In this episode we are talking about alignment.  

-What does alignment mean?

-How can we use wellness to align, rather than all of these various wellness trends being just trends and not really anything we actively embody? 

-What are some of the tools we can use to truly be in alignment?  

-What do you see as the parts of us that need to align?

-How can some of the medications you have worked with be used to help us continue to learn, grow and align?  

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The Conscious Revolution with Jeff Olsen

In 1997, Jeff experienced a horrific automobile accident. The accident caused multiple life-threatening injuries, including crushing both his legs. He had 18 surgeries and spent six months in the hospital. His left leg was amputated above the knee. The most devastating outcome of the accident was the loss of his wife and youngest son, both…

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In 1997, Jeff experienced a horrific automobile accident. The accident caused multiple life-threatening injuries, including crushing both his legs. He had 18 surgeries and spent six months in the hospital. His left leg was amputated above the knee. The most devastating outcome of the accident was the loss of his wife and youngest son, both killed instantly. Overwhelmed by the injuries his body suffered, Jeff had a profound near-death experience in which he met his wife on the other side, who told him he couldn’t stay and had to return. Having that glimpse into heaven gave him the courage he needed to carry on and care for his living son. He has since remarried and adopted two more sons. According to Jeff’s website, his greatest joy comes from being a husband and father. His mission is to assist people in consciously embracing who they are and the connection they share with others and the universe.

Today’s episode addresses: 

-The bubble of consciousness that we are on the cusp of right now. 

-How we can incorporate consciousness into our everyday life even if we have never had and NDE

-the interconnectedness between us all

-How Jeff’s experience as a homeless man helped him to see into the eyes of humanity.  

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Live Your Life Backward

Dr. Robbins explores what it truly means to embody what is important in life.  At the end of last season, Dr. Robbins shared  her deeply personal eulogy of her grandmother, to inpsire and invoke you to live your life from a place of consciousness and meaning.  Today, Dr. Robbins shares the inspirational eulogy of her…

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Dr. Robbins explores what it truly means to embody what is important in life.  At the end of last season, Dr. Robbins shared  her deeply personal eulogy of her grandmother, to inpsire and invoke you to live your life from a place of consciousness and meaning.  Today, Dr. Robbins shares the inspirational eulogy of her grandfather while encouraging your to think about how you can use this lens of death to truly illuminate your own life everyday.  

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Where it Began

New Year, New Season. Dr. Amy Robbins tells her story about what led her to start this podcast and how she started to open to the possibility that maybe when we die, we only die physically. And, perhaps, if we open to this possibility and embrace death, we can live a more meaningful and fulfilling…

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New Year, New Season. Dr. Amy Robbins tells her story about what led her to start this podcast and how she started to open to the possibility that maybe when we die, we only die physically. And, perhaps, if we open to this possibility and embrace death, we can live a more meaningful and fulfilling life.

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