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Dannion Brinkley Tops List of Inspirational Speakers

May 28, 2014 07:39AM

 

Your Inner Light, a books, gifts and wellness center in Lititz that specializes in natural healing products, will host a day of inspirational speakers at the Lancaster Host Resort & Conference Center, in Lancaster, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., July 27. The event will feature New York Times bestselling author Dannion Brinkley, who will talk from 2 to 6 p.m. about his three life-altering, near-death experiences and the transformative revelations he received through the process.

The day’s events will begin with an opening ceremony led by Reverend Sylvia Seward, the executive director of Radiant Light Healing & Teaching Center, in Reading. Other presenters include Iryne Carrasquillo, a medium and healer, and Martine Bloquiaux, a medical intuitive, author and healer.

Brinkley’s first book, Saved by the Light, was published in 1994, followed by At Peace in the Light a year later and then The Secrets of the Light. He has been a hospice volunteer for 34 years and spent more than 30,000 hours at the bedside of dying veterans, including 375 people as they drew their final breath.

In 1997, Brinkley co-founded the Twilight Brigade, a California-based nonprofit that raises awareness about the needs of the dying, especially veterans, as well as the benefits of standardized end-of-life care. Comprising approximately 5,000 bedside volunteers, the Twilight Brigade acts as an independent entity within hospice facilities and veterans’ hospitals across the country, supporting the terminally ill and their family members through professional education, community outreach and advocacy.

Cost: $50 for Brinkley only; $70 for full day; 20 percent discount for veterans and hospice volunteers and staff. Location: 2300 Lincoln Hwy. E., Lancaster. Tickets available at Your Inner Light, 1606 Rothsville Rd., Lititz. For more information, call 717-618-1672 or visit YourInnerLight.net. 

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