Munson Community Health Library to Host Presentation "Near Death Experiences" on Oct. 23


Who has them? What happens? What can we learn?

Generations of human beings have been curious about what happens to us when we die. Today, we know more than ever before.

On October 23, Mary Robling, MA, will talk about her own near death experience as well as those of others. Robling will discuss how these experiences can help us better understand our dying time and how to provide aid to those experiencing loss. She will also provide insight regarding how to live well while gaining fulfillment.

Robling holds a Master’s Degree in Human Relations with advanced work in Medical Ethics. She is a Doctoral Candidate in Spiritual Direction, and is currently conducting research about the spiritual lives of Near Death Experiences. She has a certification in Reality Therapy and "Renewing Life," a program for persons living with or recovering from critical illness. Robling is also an Ordained Interfaith Minister, and has been an Expert in Residence in Near Death Studies at the Kellogg Foundation in Battle Creek, Michigan.

This program is free and open to the public, and will take place from 6-7:30pm at the Munson Community Health Center in meeting rooms A & B.

Please register online or call 231.935.9265 for more information. Click here for the program flyer.

American Sign Language interpreter services are available for this program at no charge by contacting Tom Hoxsie at 231.932.2418 V/TTY.




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