Have you ever wondered if there is a part of you that survives the death of the physical body?
Julia Marie welcomes a pioneer in consciousness studies Betty J. Kovacs, PhD to Evolving Humans for an in-depth discussion about her experiences with loss, grief, and the realization that there is, indeed, only life. Betty details the loss of 3 family members (mother, son, then husband) in a span of 3 years - all of them in auto accidents.
Her stories about how these events forever changed her perspective on the purpose of life itself and on whether there is a part of us that lives on after the death of the physical body can give us all hope and comfort.
This wide-ranging conversation explores the science behind how this kind of after-death interaction with our loved ones is possible, the brain hemispheres, the power of the heart, and a 17th Century philosopher's visionary ideas.
In this episode, you will learn about
the power of intentwhy the heart is the most powerful brain componentwhat Betty has to say about grief and the grieving processThere's so much more to learn about from this conversation, and you will want to stay tuned for the story of how we are all living life in snakeskin boots!
SPECIAL THANKS to Pixabay's PrabajithK's piano-endless-by-ParabajithK-118998 for the bed to Betty's dream.
For more information about Betty's work, please go to her website: https://www.kamlak.com where you will find videos, podcast interviews, articles, webinars, and the links to both of her books.
Or you can click on either of these links: https://www.kamlak.com/the-miralce-of-death/ or https://www.kamlak.com/merchants-of-light/
To reach Julia Marie, please visit our website here. If you are looking for an experienced Guide to help you navigate your Path no matter what stage you are in from awakening to moving into the awareness state, then know I have been where you are, and look forward to being of service.
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