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‘Into the Light’ DVD from this year’s Glastonbury Symposium with Dr. William Bloom
October 23, 2019 @ 19:45 - 21:30£2.50 – £3.00
We always like to bring you the latest cutting-edge talks from Glastonbury Symposium, with covers Truth, Mysteries, and New Frontiers. The main aim of the Symposium is to bring in speakers from around the world and to give people information that isn’t so easy to get from else-where. They have conversations and presentations about the things we are not supposed to talk about and looking again about the things in the world going on around us in a light that is not allowed to be shown in the mainstream. Dr William Bloom is one of the UK’s leading’s authors and educators in the field of holistic spirituality and health. He describes his approach as valuing the jewels in all traditions. He founded the Spiritual Companions project, is a Fellow of the Findhorn Foundation and co-founded Alternatives of St. James’s Church, Piccadilly. His many books include The Endorphin Effect, The Power of Modern Spirituality, Psychic Protection and Working with Angels. Recently he pioneered the first main-stream UK qualification on spirituality and health to be on the OFQUAL Register.
Presentation: Into the Light – Exploring Afterlife Dimensions
This presentation explores the great mystery of what happens when we die. The talk will be both personal and philosophical. For the first time in public William will share about his extended out of the body and near death experiences, which occurred when he was almost mortally ill during a two-year isolated retreat. Since that time, he has explored after death realities in his daily meditation practice, read the classic and contemporary texts, and helped many others prepare for their own passing and how to support others. His talk will include an exploration of texts such as the Tibetan Book of the Dead; practices that enable the transfer of consciousness; invisible helpers, purgatory, heaven and hell; and theories about the source and purpose of the soul’s journey. Just as we need to understand how to live, so we also need to know how to die.
The subjects discussed under the ‘Mind, Body, Spirit Programme’ are for entertainment and educational purposes, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Leeds Combined Arts.