The Woolger Institute presents a live recording of a 1-day conference held on 18 February 202 with speakers: Anne Bariing and Anita Moorani.
Anne discusses how current beliefs about death and the censorship of material on non-ordinary experiences constrict the human spirit and limit the horizon of our sight. She explores the approach to death of earlier cultures and also the idea of the ‘subtle’ or ‘light’ body that offers us a very different understanding of the survival of the soul. Could it be that the apparent finality of death is the greatest of our illusions? Relinquishing old beliefs can alleviate the trauma of bereavement and give us trust and hope in our survival.
Anita speaks about her remarkable near death experience, which took place during what was supposed to be her final hours of life. She felt as though she entered another dimension and was faced with a choice of whether to return to life or not. Although seemingly in a coma to all who were observing, she experienced heightened awareness of everything that was taking place around her, as well as great clarity and understanding of her life and purpose here on earth. Anita subsequently chose to return to life when she understood that ‘heaven’ is a state, and not a place. This subsequently led to a remarkable and complete recovery of her health.