Two important upcoming conferences on the afterlife and afterlife communication are coming up in 2017 and 2018. We recommend you attend both.
Afterlife Research and Education Symposium, 2017
The Afterlife Research and Education Instite, Inc., is holding its annual symposium September 15-17, 2017, at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Scottsdale, Arizona. The conference is bringing together the leading researchers and educators in afterlife communication, end-of-life activities, and the new spirituality to provide insights, demonstrations, and training in afterlife communication. The expert presenters will explain how their latest discoveries in afterlife communication, end-of-life activities, and new ways of growing in love and compassion can make a difference for us as individuals and for humankind. Link to the symposium.
Helping Parents Heal Annual Conference, 2018
Helping Parents Heal (HPH) is a support organization for parents whose children have passed that AREI supports and cooperates with in activities. HPH will hold its first annual conference on the afterlife April 13-15, 2018, at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Scottsdale, Arizona. The presenters are respected authorities in the fields of afterlife studies, afterlife research, and afterlife communications.
Roberta Grimes, Susanne Wilson, and Craig Hogan from the AREI board will be speaking at the conference.
41st Annual SSF-IIIHS International Conference
For 41 years, the Science and Spirituality Conference in Montreal, Quebec, has been showcasing pioneers that offer new paradigms merging the fields of science and spirituality. The conferences contain the latest in body-mind research with a 10-day summit of outstanding scientists, scholars, religious leaders, and professionals from around the world.
This year’s ten-day event is divided into three sections: Conference 1 (2016/08/12 – 2016/08/14), College Week (2016/08/15 – 2016/08/19), and Conference 2 (2016/08/19 – 2016/08/21). Each of these sections is further divided into sessions: Conference 1 has seven sessions, College Week has 15 sessions, and Conference 2 has seven sessions.
Craig Hogan, president of AREI, will be speaking at the conference.