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Archive for March, 2010
Just finished adding a few photos from a family portrait session I did with Megan, Kory, and Kayta Aronson. Since then, little brother Kanon (who was in the oven at the time of the shoot in mid February) has joined the family. The photos are posted in the portrait section of my new photo website.
A new and improved website to showcase my photography — mostly weddings and portraits — is now alive and kicking. The website sports several great features: a list of the most popular wedding locations in Sedona, a page with some of the excessively flattering comments I have received from my wedding and portrait clients, a page full of local wedding planners, officiates, and local venues, a couple pages describing who we are and what we do, and, finally, tons of great photos from all over Sedona. Come take a look!
I’ve been getting a little Facebook & Twitter crazy lately. Along with my personal page on Facebook, I also have separate pages created for NHNE, Integral Rising, Jesus Rising, and NHNE-NDE. And along with my primary feed on Twitter, I also have feeds for Integral Rising, Jesus Rising, and NHNE-NDE. Will probably also add a couple Facebook/Twitter pages for dreams and relationships down the road. Come take a look…
Where are we from? Why are we here? Where are we headed? What is the purpose of life — and how can we make the most of it? Humankind has wrestled with these BIG QUESTIONS for ages. Beginning in 1975 with the publication of Raymond Moody’s classic study on near-death experiences, Life After Life, the topic of near-death experiences has begun to play a central role in answering these questions. Thanks to modern medicine’s increasing ability to bring people back from the edge of death, it is estimated that close to FIVE PERCENT of today’s population has had a near-death experience. Because of this, there are literally thousands of documented cases, with more appearing every day. And these documented cases, which have turned out to be surprising consistent all over the world, have some remarkable insights to offer. To provide those of us who are interested in learning more a place where we can gather and explore this topic, I recently created a near-death resource center and social network for my non-profit, NHNE. Eventually, this network will be full of videos, books, reports, summaries, discussions, images, and people who have had a near-death experience. Come take a look.
Along with checking out NHNE’s Near-Death Network, here are a couple outstanding books to that describe what we’ve learned from near-death experiences to date: Lessons From The Light: What We Can Learn From The Near-Death Experience by Kenneth Ring and Evelyn Elsaesser Valarino and Evidence of the Afterlife: The Science of Near-Death Experiences by Jeffrey Long and Paul Perry.