Death & Dying Conference - SCOTTSDALE

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Death & Dying Conference - SCOTTSDALE

Time: February 22, 2013 to February 24, 2013
Location: Chaparral Suites
City/Town: Scottsdale, Arizona USA
Phone: (480) 245-9632 or
Event Type: conference, death, dying
Organized By: AZ Holistic Chamber
Latest Activity: Jan 22, 2013

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Friday’s opening ceremony will create sacred space for the weekend with an ancient shamanic ceremony to call in the power of the four directions and the five elements. Representatives from over a dozen religious and spiritual denominations will then share their views on death and dying.


During the event attendees will hear from renowned speakers like Dr. Raymond Moody the keynote presenter on Saturday.  Dr. Moody is a bestselling author of 11 books including “Life After Life”, which has sold over 13 million copies worldwide. Other speakers include: Dr. Robert Pease, Barbara Saint John, Marilyn Poscic, Claire Perkins, Stacey Canfield, Dr. Ann Ragobar, Karla Kay, Bill Cantrell, and Hillary Gagnon.


The goal of the conference is for attendees to walk away with the knowledge on:

  • How to prepare for your own death – both practically and emotionally
  • Resources and guidance for caregivers of the terminally ill
  • How to make peace with death & dying
  • Healthy ways to process grief and put your life back together after a loss
  • New insights into life after death
  • How to connect with angels, divine guidance, and those who have crossed over 


For more information about the Real Double Ds of Life Death and Dying Conference, call (480) 245-9632 or email: Registration for the event at:  Tickets for the two day conference is $228 per person. Register before January 15th and save over $100.

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