former Spokane IANDS Group Leader
Seattle IANDS Board Secretary
After being introduced to Seattle International Association for Near Death Studies in 1991, by observing and listening, I knew I had found a very important clue to my past and my future. Little did I know then the amazing impact it would have by uncovering my soul’s path to my purpose. It wasn't until I found IANDS, that I
found out the “what and why” of it. And because of IANDS, more "remembering’s" surfaced and, in fact, more memories continue to be revealed.
How I was changed was becoming known by connecting the dots of my life, like a tapestry being unfolded before me. You see, during a routine tonsillectomy, at age seven, too much ether gas was administered and I left my body, floating to the ceiling near a white light, and a journey , what we now call a near-death experience,began. It was 35 years later when my first Seattle IANDS visit happened. I was thunderstruck by what I heard, what I saw, what I felt. Since that meeting, my entire life has changed in every way possible. Miracles, answered prayers, and incredible community of people. Love and light are my compass points. Faith and hope are my oars.
note from Kimberly Clark Sharp --
in November, Kathy suffered a subarachnoid hemorrhage stroke at the crown of her skull and spent more than 2 weeks in Harborview Medical Center's Neurological Intensive Care Unit. It was there that she confirmed, truly, that love and light are her compass points and faith and hope are her oars. The effect of this on the ICU staff is an amazing story
When: 1:30 to 4:00 PM
Where: Wallingford Community
Senior Center (WCSC)
in the Good Shepard Center
4649 Sunnyside Ave N Suite140
Seattle, WA 98103
Directions: click here
Free parking is available in two on-site lots to the north and south of the entrance of the building and on the surrounding streets