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Sunday, Oct 19th 1 p.m. - Near Death Experience Group?

From: Kansas City S.
Sent on: Saturday, October 18, 2008 2:21 PM
For a list of all freethinking activities in KC for this weekend and next week check out Tonight we are watching funny and thoughtful comedy "Idiocracy" - this is a cross organizational meetup of all Kansas City meetups, so you'll come
across some folks you've never met and this will be fun. Check out this weekend packed with activities.

If anyone is interested to come and check out this "Near Death Experience" group tomorrow Sunday, Oct 19th 1. p.m. please
e-mail me at [address removed] so we can get together. If not, I'll go to Community of Reason lecture about "The fall of the Dutch Republic" instead.


We are honored to have a special guest speaker for our October meeting -Kimberly Clark Sharp. Kim is a near-death experiencer, author, and former Kansas City area resident. In May of 1970, while registering her new car at the Leawood Motor Vehicle Office, Kim was stricken with a medical crisis that resulted in a profound NDE. This experience was the basis for her 1995 book, After the Light: What I Discovered on the Other Side of Life That Can Change Your World. Kim's book will be available for purchase at the meeting. It can also be obtained at most bookstores and

In 1982 Kim founded Seattle IANDS, the world's largest and longest running support group for near-death experiencers. She holds a master's degree in social work from the University of Washington and is a pioneer in the field of critical care social work.

I have had the pleasure of attending the last two IANDS Leadership Workshops with Kim. She is a funny, outgoing and delightful person. Please join us for our October meeting for what is sure to be a memorable and enlightening talk.

Kansas City IANDS is a non-profit organization. All of our meetings are free, and are open to the public. We do, however, take-up a voluntary love offering for Unity Temple on the Plaza. We are most appreciative to them for providing us with a free space to hold our meetin

Unity Temple on the Plaza

707 W 47th St
Kansas City, MO 64112
How to find us
"We meet in the Charles Fillmore Chapel instead of our usual classroom."

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