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Marilyn Schlitz LIVE & Screening of Film "Death Makes Life Possible"

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Marilyn Schlitz LIVE! Death Makes Life Possible: Transforming Fear into an Inspiration for Living Well

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKq1CcKouUE

SacIONS (http://www.meetup.com/SacIONS/about/)and Unity of Sacramento (http://www.unityofsacramento.com) are proud to host former IONS (http://www.noetic.org) President & CEO Marilyn Schlitz, PhD, (http://www.marilynschlitz.com/bio) and co-sponsor this public screening of Death Makes Life Possible, the inspirational film that she created with the amazing Deepak Chopra! Tickets to this Film Screening Event at Unity of Sacramento are $15, pay-at-the-door only! Cash, checks, and credit/debit cards accepted.

Death is something that most people fear and don’t want to think about! But is it possible that facing our mortality can inspire us to live our lives more fully? The film Death Makes Life Possible follows Marilyn Schlitz as she explores the mysteries of life and death from a variety of perspectives, such as world religions, cutting-edge science, and personal accounts of Near-Death-Experiences. Inspired by her own Near-Death-Experience as a teenager, Dr. Schlitz has been passionately delving into the nature of consciousness, death, and life for the past three decades. In her book of the same name, Dr. Schlitz presents a wealth of teachings and practical guidance for turning this taboo topic into a source of peace, hope, connection, and compassion.

Dr. Marilyn Schlitz is a social anthropologist, researcher, award-winning writer, and charismatic orator. Serving as President Emeritus and Senior Fellow at the Institute of Noetic Sciences (http://www.noetic.org), as well as Senior Scientist at the Pacific Medical Center, she has been a spokesperson for the noetic sciences and their relevance in health and healing across the globe. For more information on Marilyn, her other creations, and current work in the world, please visit her website at www.marilynschlitz.com.