Hope Dillard, LPC, MAC ph. 7573452460
We are a nonprofit organization focused on introducing the public to individuals who have had life changing spiritual experiences. Folks return from these experiences with no fear of death, more love of others, and changed priorities. Many times they embrace spiritual or charity work. They believe they have a calling to share their experiences with others. These talks give hope, comfort and direction to the listener. Although each experience is different, there are commonalities; being above the body and looking down on it, going through a tunnel, meeting loved ones who have passed on, feeling totally loved, and being greeted and embraced by a Being of Light and Wisdom. This realm is felt as being much more real than the earthly realm. It feels like "home." Although by far most experiences are reported as being positive, hellish experiences have been reported. Even so, some people report being rescued by the Being of Light.
We are doing Zoom meetings.
Before COVID we would meet the last Saturday of the month at the James City Library, 7770 Croaker Rd., Williamsburg, Va. Our zoom meetings are now being held on the third Saturday of every month, from 11 AM to 1 PM (approximately).
During our meetings we listen to the speakers, ask questions, have discussion, give feedback and/or share our personal experiences if we wish. There is no pressure to participate. If you have had a Near Death Experience or if you have any questions, please email Hope Dillard at firstname.lastname@example.org. See below for more information. To get on the Zoom email list please email Hope Dillard at email@example.com You will need to download the zoom app, which is free. You have the option of joining by phone; or not being on video when using ipad, computer, or phone, if preferred. All microphones are muted unless you manually unmute yours in order to ask questions, comment, etc. Please email us for help with Zoom.
Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you. To donate go to https://www.paypal.me/williamsburgiands
Jeff O'Driscoll, MD, practiced emergency medicine in a level-one trauma center for twenty-five years, and served as department chair for eight. He received his training at the University of Utah School of Medicine and completed his residency in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is board certified in internal medicine and is a fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians.
Jeff O’Driscoll has had extensive experience with shared death phenomena during twenty-five years as an emergency physician in a level-one trauma center. He has welcomed souls arriving into this sphere of existence and has bid farewell to others who were leaving. Sometimes he encountered those who hovered between staying and leaving. His experiences have enabled him to assist others through their near-death experiences (NDEs). Dr. O’Driscoll first met an unconscious Jeff Olsen in a trauma suite while Olsen passed through a NDE. They’ve now been friends for over twenty years, frequently discussing the tenuous terrain near the borders of mortality and lessons learned beyond the veil. Dr. O’Driscoll recently took a leave of absence from emergency medicine to do consulting and to write. Many lessons are incorporated in his children’s books, available at MucktheDuck.org, and his novel, WHO BURIED ACHILLES? His latest book is entitled "Not Yet." All are available on Amazon.
“Despite my decades as a physician, and my recent path as a spiritual mentor, I'd never referred to myself as a healer. I could help souls heal but, in my mind, there was only one Healer. A friend told me I was a healer and should call myself such. I resisted and explained why. He pushed back, saying, “I think you’re a healer and I don’t think the Master Healer would mind you using the word. I think you should ask.”
I disappeared into the solitude of a long run and pondered what my friend had said. Then I asked, “Is it alright to call myself a healer?” The answer came with what felt like a chuckle. “Of course,” the voice said. “I made you a healer.”
Your support and contributions will enable us to continue to bring you monthly speakers and help pay expenses of Zoom, web site and hosting. Thanks for helping to fund our valuable mission.
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