Dying to see the light


| London
About the Event:
 
Our event showcases the extraordinary near-death encounter of Dr. Ingrid Honkala, a NASA scientist from Colombia. 
 
Join us as former BBC Radio presenter, Philippa Blackham, engages in an interview with Ingrid Honkala and Sister Jayanti from the Brahma Kumaris. Together, they delve into this remarkable journey, exploring profound insights and scientific revelations concerning death and the realms beyond corporeal existence.
 
Dr. Ingrid Honkala is a Marine Biologist, Oceanographer, Master Scuba Diver, NASA  and Navy Scientist, international lecturer, childhood near-death and spiritual  transformative experiencer (NDEr and STEr). She has worked for the Colombian  and US Navy for over thirteen years. Her worldwide oceanographic surveys and her  love for travel have brought her to visit 56 countries where she has shared science  and spirituality. Since birth, Ingrid lived and worked in intense combat zones of  Colombia and was diagnosed with combat-related PTSD. Dr. Honkala has a great  passion for understanding human consciousness and is helping to close the “gap of  care” for people, especially children and combat soldiers, who have had NDEs and  STEs.  Ingrid details her amazing journey in her autobiography, “A Brightly Guided Life."
 
 
Sister Jayanti is Additional Administrative Head of Brahma Kumaris, an international NGO, and a spiritual leader and teacher. For over 50 years, she has dedicated her life to self-transformation and service to humanity.
Sister Jayanti has championed the co-operative role of spiritual organisations in creating a just and peaceful world. She has brought spiritual principles to the discussion tables of politicians, economists, business leaders, scientists and nearly every stakeholder of our times. Sister Jayanti sees the erosion of spiritual values as the underlying cause of the crises that the world is facing today. 
 
 
Philippa Blackham is an award-winning radio documentary maker and presenter. Having worked for BBC Radio for many years, she is now working for a national project ‘100 Women of Spirit’ which explores and celebrates the role of women and spirituality. Philippa has practised Raja Yoga mediation with the Brahma Kumaris since 1982. 
 
 
 
 
This event will be In House at Global Cooperation House, 65 - 69 Pound Lane, Willesden, London, NW10 2HH
If you can’t join us in house, you can watch online here: https://globalcooperationhouse.org/watchlive
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