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Webinar – if I love Jesus why do I need Xanax?

 by Peggy Haymes   posted above by Marty on January 2

My notes – The slides are ready and well worth reading them over reading my notes.

This is a pdf resource sent out by Peggy Haymes from her webinar 'If I Love Jesus Why Do I Need Xanax?' 

 

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Thank you ever so much for sharing your notes with us, dear Anne! (I cannot get to the recording until next Wednesday). Isn't Peggy just the best?!  And I love her voice, with her soft southern accent. 

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The replay of Peggy Haymes' webinar If I Love Jesus Why Do I  Need Xanax?  will replay on January 19, at 2:00 PM EST. See the January 2nd link that Marty posted for free registration. I hope it works. I can't put the URL up because it shows my email! 

 

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A pdf resource sent out by Peggy Haymes from her webinar 'If I Love Jesus Why Do I Need Xanax?' More concise than my notes and worth the read and even a download.

 

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Free Webinar On Jan. 30: The Transforming Power Of Music, With Olivia Newton-John, Beth Nielsen Chapman And Amy Sky

POSTED ON: JANUARY 26, 2017
WRITTEN BY: COALITION FOR COMPASSIONATE CARE OF CALIFORNIA
 

 

The Transforming Power of Music, with Olivia Newton-John and Friends

Loss and grief occur for many reasons—whether it’s caring for a seriously ill patient, or losing a loved one, a relationship, one’s health, a pet, or a job. It’s important to remember that each person’s grief is as individual as his or her DNA – and there truly is no timeline for healing from loss.

Join us for a special webinar featuring international superstar and multiple Grammy Award-winner Olivia Newton-John, Grammy nominee Beth Nielsen Chapman, and SOCAN Award-winner Amy Sky, as they talk about their newly released album, LIV ON, and how music has the power to transform, heal, and shed light on the fact that it’s OK to grieve—and that the process is different for everyone.

Monday, January 30, 2017
Noon to 1 p.m. PT
FREE

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Webinar includes time for participants to submit questions for Olivia, Beth and Amy to answer.

With the fast-paced society we live in, we are often forced to “get over things.” However, grief has its own clock. Olivia, Beth and Amy will share how music aids, uplifts and comforts those working their way through the maze of grief and loss. While taking into consideration the many causes of grief, they hope to provide the unique ability for those in need of support to heal through this music.

SPECIAL GUESTS:

  • Olivia Newton-John, Multiple Grammy Award-Winning Artist
  • Beth Nielsen Chapman, Grammy Nominee, Member, Songwriters Hall of Fame
  • Amy Sky, SOCAN Award-Winner

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MODERATOR:

Dianne Gray, President, Hospice & Healthcare Communications, and LIV ON Communications Director

This free webinar is brought to you by:

Coalition for Compassionate Care of California
Elisabeth Kübler-Ross Foundation
Hospice & Healthcare Communications

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Free Webinar-Bittersweet: Hope Beyond Substance Related Loss
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I just finished watching the above webinar: Hope Beyond Substance-Related Loss

If you didn't get a chance to watch it look for it to replay on Open to Hope. It gave me a better understanding of loss from drugs or suicide. 

[Thank you, Anne! Here is the replay link: 

 

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Just finished watching another webinar this morning from Peggy Haymes titled: “How Long, Lord? What Christians Need To Know About Depression”.

This short video is good for anyone. The three main points covered were Nutrition, Exercise, and Sleep. Peggy is doing a series of these webinars and will be making them available for us soon. 

We have heard about how important it is to take care of ourselves but often times we do not follow through. Eating the right foods, getting exercise, and sleep patterns all contribute to a healthy mind and body. Depression could be linked to the fact of not doing this self-care. Exercise is vital ~ we must move even if it is a short walk each day. Eating healthy foods (lots of fruits and vegetables, drinking water, etc.) and our sleep will improve which will improve our disposition.

I will post the webinar here when it becomes available. These are all things we know about but when we are grieving it becomes foreign to us. Often times we do not make the connection about a healthy body leads to a healthy mind.

I am not an exerciser but I loved how excited Peggy got when talking about exercise.  She said just getting up and moving across the floor is a start. We do not think about how "frozen" we can be during grief. 

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The hard part is the sleep, we can control our diet and exercise but sleep seems to have a mind of its own. :(

Thank you for sharing, Anne.

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Livestream begins tomorrow, June 2, 2017

Have you ever wondered what happens to us after we die? Is that truly the end or is there something more that happens in those last few moments? What about in the moments after we breathe our last breath? Are near-death experiences real? If any of these questions have ever crossed your mind, the Afterlife Awareness Conference will come as close to answering them as you’re ever likely to get.

This year’s conference takes place in Portland, Oregon, and features a diverse panel of speakers—including psychologists, shamanic healers, and mediums—who approach the subject of the afterlife from three very different angles—that of spirituality, bereavement, and scientific investigation. From scientific research on deathbed visions and ancient funeral rites to shamanic journeying and multi-cultural perspectives on what happens after we die, the 3-day conference is a master class in everything you ever wanted to know about the post-death experience.

Can’t make it to Portland to experience the conference firsthand? We’re offering a livestream of all 14 hours of dynamic speakers that you can watch from the comfort of your very own couch.

And if that isn’t enough to entice you, we’re also offering the digital archives of the 2015 conference for FREE when you purchase the 2017 livestream ticket.

If you’ve ever had a nagging suspicion that life may not end when our physical bodies expire, this conference is for you.

Archives of the 2017 conference will be available about 24 hours after the live event, and there is no time limit to watch.

 
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Deathbed Visions in Hospice Patients

Dr. Christopher Kerr is the chief medical officer for Hospice Buffalo, an affiliate of The Center for Hospice & Palliative Care. Dr. Kerr researches the therapeutic role of patients’ end-of-life dreams and visions and will share with us his knowledge and experience with dying patients experiencing non-delirious visions.
How Animals Teach Us from the Other Side

Beyond Words author Danielle MacKinnon has worked with animals and their humans for more than 16 years in more than 50 countries around the world. In her keynote address she will share information about our animal companions in the afterlife and how they work with us from the Other Side and what they have to teach us.
 
 

"I’ve been to many conferences that address life after death, but this one is a rarity. It approaches the subject from three different vantage points—spirituality, bereavement and scientific investigation. It is inspiring to see how these different perspectives lead to the same place… an awareness of the survival of consciousness after death. The bereaved find peace and healing. The spiritual seekers find validation for their mystical experiences. And the scientific researchers find an eager audience for their work. This conference brings it all together.”

Dr. Raymond Moody, author of Life after Life,
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Exploring the Science and Spirit of Death and Beyond

Our goal is to blur the boundaries between allopathic medicine and alternative healing, between intuitive experience and scientific research, and between religious traditions and a spirituality of oneness to increase awareness of life beyond the physical body.

 
 

Scientists, shamans, doctors, mystics, and more gather together.

The annual Afterlife Awareness Conference is dedicated to uniting the disciplines in furthering an understanding of the survival of consciousness after death, bringing together nurses, social workers, physicians, mediums, clergy, counselors, and alternative healers with a common goal--to offer a deeper understanding of death and beyond.

 

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Purchase includes access to the digital archives so that you can watch when you want as often as you like! Buy your ticket.

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If you're not already registered for End-of-Life University, you can sign up here. It's FREE and you will receive notification each time a new interview is scheduled. Register now!

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During "An Evening with Ira Byock MD" we will be celebrating the 20th Anniversary of his book Dying Well: The Prospect for Growth at the End of Life. Dr. Byock is a pioneer of palliative care and hospice medicine who has dedicated his entire career to improving care for the dying. 


He'll share his insights with us on the progress we've made over the past 20 years and what we still need to accomplish to ensure that every patient has the opportunity to die well. You'll have the opportunity to chat with him, ask questions, and also express your thanks for his wonderful work and inspirational books.

Date: Monday, August 21, 2017
Time: 6 pm Pacific/9 pm Eastern

Dial in #(425) 440-5010 
PIN code882570#  

Listen to the BROADCAST online by clicking on this link for the Event Page:

https://iTeleseminar.com/100035084

This will be a LIVE presentation and you will be able to speak with Dr. Byock by telephone or submit your questions in writing using the Q&A form on the Event Page. 

Don't worry if you can't attend LIVE, you will receive access to the REPLAY as soon as the event ends. You can also submit your written questions for Dr. Byock in advance by going to the Event Page Q & A Form:

https://iTeleseminar.com/100035084

 

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Also if you haven't had a chance to download the Dying Well Readers Discussion Guide you can get it right here:

Readers Discussion Guide

This would be an excellent guide for a book club, workshop or community discussion group around end-of-life issues.





Finally, I'll send the call in information again on the day of the event!

Looking forward to our conversation with Dr. Ira Byock and your great questions!

Love,

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Karen Wyatt MD
www.eoluniversity.com

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The above discussion was excellent and will replay again if you missed it.  If you haven't read Dr. Ira Byock's book Dying Well it would be well worth it.  There is a discussion guide provided by Dr. Karen Wyatt (above) if you are interested in a book discussion. Dr. Karen will give a link to the replay soon. 

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Dr. Karen will give a link to the replay soon and I will post it. 


In case you missed tonight's conversation with Dr. Ira Byock here is the link to listen to the replay. We had a wonderful discussion and I'm happy to be able to share it with you:

https://iTeleseminar.com/100035084?mc_cid=fabba2c62c&mc_eid=[UNIQID] 

Also his website is www.irabyock.org.

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Free Webinar: Afterlife Contacts and Signs
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Join Dr. Heidi and Dr. Gloria Horsley with special guest Chris Duminiak as the discuss afterlife contacts and signs. Christine Duminiak is a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist, radio co-host, Member of National Alliance for Grieving Children and Founder of Prayer Wave for After-Death Communication.
 
You are invited to a Zoom webinar. 
When: Sep 18, 2017 5:00 PM Mountain Standard Time (US and Canada) 
Topic: Free Webinar: Afterlife Contacts and Signs 
 
Register in advance for this webinar:
 
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
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International Grief Institute

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This just in from our friend Peggy Haymes. Not a webinar, but rather the first in a new series of podcasts. Peggy writes, "I'm doing a series this month on natural emotions, and in this one I'm talking about anger. Next week we'll look at grief."

Allow 26 minutes, and you can listen to the podcast here: 

Spirit, Mind & Heart
Episode 1: Why It's Important to Express Our Anger and Tools for Doing Just That

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Just got through listening to it.  For those who don't realize, you can sign up for her emails.

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You are invited to a free webinar. 
When: Dec 13, 2017 3:00 PM Mountain Time
 
Topic: Reducing Holiday Stress 
Feeling stressed? If so join Dr. Gloria and Dr. Heidi Horsley and their guest Executive Director of The Compassionate for tips and ideas on how you can simplify your holiday. Join in the conversation with your own thoughts.
 
Register in advance for this webinar:
 
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
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Signed up. I'm always looking for ways to simplify things in my life. I really like what Dr. Gloria and Dr. Heldi Horsley do with their webinars. Always something to take away. 

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You are invited to a free webinar. 
When: January 8, 5 PM Mountain Time
Free Webinar: New Years Resolution: Treat yourself with kindness 

Take time out to Join Dr. Gloria and Dr. Heidi Horsley and grief coach, author and speaker, Laura Diehl for tips and tools on finding hope after loss.
 
Register in advance for this webinar:
 
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
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I like this topic, so important when we're grieving to learn that!

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In case you missed it: Lots of helpful information in this Open to Hope Webinar: New Years Resolution - Treat Yourself with Kindness

 

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