Call for Papers—for the Opportunity to Present at this Exciting Conference Submission deadline: Sunday, February 2, 2020 – 11:59 PM EST
A Conference Open to the Public in Salt Lake City, Utah – September 3-6, 2020 at the HILTON SALT LAKE CITY CENTER, 255 SOUTH WEST TEMPLE, SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84101
The conference theme is 20/20 Vision: Inner GPS & Divine Guidance from the Light
The conference will feature bestselling authors, Jeff C. Olsen, Mary Neal, MD and many others. There is still an opportunity to submit a proposal for consideration to participate in this conference.
The focus on this conference suggests that Near-Death Experiences (NDEs) and other Spiritually Transformative Experiences (STEs) often activate profound changes in the experiencer’s consciousness and life purpose. New “gifts” for experiencers may include enhanced intuition and insight, clear inner knowing, increased compassion and caring for others, and the arrival of many aspects of creativity unknown prior to the experience. The speakers share their insight about this topic and it is all the more exciting because of the extraordinary experiences that many of the presenters have had or have helped others to integrate. The International Association for Near- Death Studies (IANDS) is calling for proposals by potential presenters to be submitted for this conference by Sunday, February 2, 2020.
Those knowledgeable in this field are invited to submit a proposal for a workshop, lecture, panel participation, poster presentation or art display. The conference objectives include promoting disclosure, description and classification of the phenomena associated with near-death and related experiences, and demonstrating integration to health and wholeness in the experiencer’s life. Speakers may also discuss recent research on near- death related phenomena and associated experiences, with an emphasis on achieving health and wholeness.
The International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS) strives to promote responsible, multidisciplinary exploration of near-death and similar experiences. IANDS is impartial and open to the presentation of varying points of view. While all personal beliefs are respected, IANDS does not support proselytizing or promoting personal religious beliefs.
IANDS is seeking presentations of individual near-death experience (NDE) stories and professional studies. To submit a conference presentation proposal, go to the IANDS online link
conference.iands.org and follow the connection to the Proposal Form. Read the instructions, fill out the Conference Proposal Form and e-mail or mail it to the IANDS Office in Durham, North Carolina. Send it to the contacts provided. For assistance or questions regarding submissions, please contact: email@example.com.
This conference is open to the public as we EXPLORE THE EXTRAORDINARY. This conference includes material for the general public and findings for professionals and others interested in the medical and research aspects of near-death studies. Registration will allow a 60% discount for any student with valid ID.
For more information visit the IANDS website.