TERRI DANIEL: “This special Afterlife TV episode is with Terri Daniel, afterlife awareness educator, author of Embracing Death, & founder of the Afterlife Conference. In this interview, Terri discusses how she turned her experience of losing her son, Danny, into a catalyst for greater awareness.
“I ask Terri how she communicates with her son today, what the Interdimensional Postal Service is, why a brief life is not “lost potential,” how the relationship between ego & soul affects us, as well as the life-changing concepts of trust & surrender, and to explain her brilliant insight about the shift in consciousness we’re all feeling these days. If you like interviews that open your mind & make you think, this is a great one.” ~ Bob Olson, Afterlife TV
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EMBRACING DEATH examines common mythologies and misconceptions about death, and provides a roadmap to alternative perceptions via meditation, visualization and after-death communication. Using these innate, intuitive tools, Daniel leads her audience to new ways of understanding death, and offers innovative strategies for navigating the dying and grieving process.
Her inspiring, heart-opening vision of birth, death and the afterlife gently guides the reader into the higher realms, where death is experienced as neither an enemy nor an ending, but simply the continuation of life in another form. She begins this journey by exploring the fear-based beliefs about death that are the cornerstone of Judeo-Christian thinking, and then submits a compassionate array of more empowering, less frightening alternatives.
As a channeler, Daniel looks at death from the perspective of the dead and dying, and gives richly detailed descriptions of how the soul separates from the body and how the living can establish communication with that soul via meditation, visualization exercises, group processes and ritual practices.
Terri Daniel’s Bio: Terri is an ordained interfaith minister, a clinical chaplain and an intuitive counselor who assists dying and grieving individuals to discover a more spiritually spacious understanding of death and beyond.
Her unique perspective on birth, death and the journey of the soul helps the dying and the living find meaning and healing through meditative and ritual practices that open a conduit to other dimensions. Her unique form of “radical mysticism” incorporates elements of Buddhism, Shamanism, ancient pagan practices, gnostic Christianity and other spiritual traditions to break down limiting beliefs about forgiveness, divine judgment and negative experience. Terri replaces these beliefs with an empowering vision of a co-created universe where there are no victims or perpetrators, only souls seeking expansion and awareness.
Terri is the author of three books on death and the afterlife: A Swan in Heaven: Conversations Between Two Worlds, Embracing Death: A New Look at Grief, Gratitude and God, Turning the Corner on Grief Street: Loss and Trauma as a Journey to Awakening.
She is also the founder and president of the Afterlife Education Foundation and producer of the annual Afterlife Awareness Conference (see above).
Visit Terri Daniel’s website at www.DanielDirect.net
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I really enjoyed this video with Terri.I do have a question,that maybe you can help me with.I have had all kinds of experiences through out my life of the psychic kind and struggle with answers.It’s not that I don’t believe it’s the question of the voice I hear .Is this voice my own,or is it a spirits voice ?
I feel sometimes it might be my own voice and it says things I want to hear.I have seen and felt things all my life and all were true or came true.I could use some type of guidance in trying to hone my skills and not have the questions I do. Thanks for whatever help you can give me about these feelings.
Bob Olson says
What I can tell you is that the voice can sound like your voice to you, but it’s only because they are communicating to you via the clair senses, in this case clairaudience or claircognizance.
Who are they? It could be your soul (your higher self that is always in the spirit world). It could be your spirit guide or guides. It could be a deceased loved one who is now guiding you or trying to communicate you.
What I can tell is that these communications are always positive and loving; they will never send you fearful messages or ask you to do anything that would harm yourself or others.
Yes, sometimes we are simply hearing our own thoughts, so it doesn’t hurt to ask for proof. A friend of mine asked her deceased husband to prove to her that it was really him she was talking with in her head (the voice sounded like her own). He said, “Your mother wants a new blue dress.” When my friend asked her mother if she just bought a dress, her mother said, “No, but there is a blue one at this store that I keep going to see but can’t get myself to buy.”
It wouldn’t hurt to join a psychic or medium circle (where psychics/mediums gather to give readings to one another and test their abilities). Or take a class on psychic or mediumistic ability. Many psychics and mediums offer these, and Spiritualist churches offer these (do a search for Spiritualist churches in your nearest city). These churches are typically run by pastors who are mediums.
Good luck Randy,
Another great interview I am watching on a snowy afternoon.
I enjoyed the discussion of the soul versus personality aspect to us selecting lives that we think we would never select on our own. And certainly poor people we read about would certainly not select those lives. I also enjoyed the issue of understanding God when raised in our current culture.
I also liked your advice above. There really is a ‘big’ universe out there to those not afraid to venture —— sad few are..
Bob Olson says
I like that you’re thinking in new directions with new paradigms. Thanks for writing. Always nice to hear from you.