The International Association of Near-Death Studies, Charlotte NC Chapter

This is a past event

11 people went

Every 2nd Saturday of the month

Price:
 $10.00

7300 Mallard Creek Rd

7300 Mallard Creek Rd · Charlotte, NC

How to find us

We will be in the sanctuary building.

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Details

When: Sat., October 12, 2019
Time: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Where: Heartlight Spiritual Center, 7300 Mallard Creek Rd., Charlotte, NC

Cost: $10 donation at the door but no one is turned down due to a lack of funds.
Phone:[masked] / Email: [masked] / www.iands.org

Speaker: Ingrid Garcia-Hansen Honkala, NDEr (ZOOM)
Topic: Sharing the Light of Loving Awareness

At the age of nearly 3 in her native Bogota, Colombia, Ingrid Honkala drowned in a tank of cold water. From that time, she was aware of dimensions of life different than those most people experience, including wise input from “Beings of Light” as she faced the challenges of growing up, falling in love, and finding her professional destiny as a PhD research scientist and oceanographer. Overcoming many hardships to accomplish her dreams, she became not only a successful marine scientist, world traveler, and mom, but also mentor and giver of light. Through her compelling life journey from Colombia to Europe to her eventual home in the US — and from a deadly war zone to underwater explorations and a NASA research center — Ingrid reveals how any human experience can be illumined from within -- by attending to subtle signals, taking intuition seriously, and forgiving even the most challenging difficulties.
www.ingridhonkala.com
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Speaker Bio:
Ingrid Honkala, PhD was born in Bogota, Colombia, and was aware of other dimensions of life than those most of us normally experience. She was also gifted with the wise input of “Beings of Light” who gave her invaluable insights and assistance as she faced the challenges of
growing up, falling in love, and finding her professional destiny as a research scientist and oceanographer. Despite many hardships, she accomplished her dreams, becoming not just a successful marine scientist, world traveler, and a mom, but also a mentor and a giver of light. Through her compelling life adventure that journeys from her native Colombia to Europe and her eventual home in the United States — Ingrid reveals how any human experience can be illumined from within. Throughout her life, Ingrid has been guided to meet and help many people on their journey to become aware of a deeper reality and reconnect with their inner wisdom.

About IANDS Chapters:
IANDS Affiliated Groups serve near-death experiencers by providing understanding and information to those who have had such experiences. Groups also offer education and discussion of near-death and related experiences to the general public in a supportive, accessible setting. Located in various cities in the U.S. and a number of other countries, the IANDS Groups hold regular meetings for NDErs and the general public.

IANDS Groups allow freedom of interpretation of NDEs and similar experiences and do not proselytize any single point of view. They provide support to NDErs, not therapy. While fostering the free exchange of ideas through open discussion, the Group safeguards the stability of its participants by refraining from demonstrating or teaching techniques which are known to be emotionally hazardous for some individuals. IANDS is a non-profit organization.