Is There Life After Death? with Robert Tremblay
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
In February 2011, Robert Tremblay was diagnosed with end-stage AIDS. He was given 30 to 60 days to live. At University of Vermont Medical Center, he was comatose.
“I suddenly found myself in an open [endless] expanse of darkness [and] could see 360 degrees without turning my head. In the distance, there was a pinpoint light that looked like a faraway star. There was no fear, just…peace.” There was also a beautiful hum and a strange odor. “I have experienced nothing since that comes close to the joy that this odor provided.”
“As the light became brighter, so did the hum and the vibration…. Suddenly there was a face…[of an old] man. There was a burst or vibration from him that I could feel down to the very core of my body. It was like the most comfort I have ever felt. I no longer felt the pain…. Time seemed to stop.”
Then Robert heard the man speak, although his lips never moved: "Are you ready?" I said, "No, I'm not ready yet." He said, "There is something important you still need to do." Without thinking, “I reached for his face and touched his cheek. I wanted to touch this peace. My body vibrated and the light grew again in intensity and brightness as his smile expanded. He was pure white and getting brighter. As the light became brighter, so did the hum and the vibration. This touch lasted for what seemed like forever.”
Suddenly Robert found himself back in his hospital bed. He had no pain and was very alert. He insisted on seeing all his doctors as a group, and told them he was supposed to live because there was something important he was supposed to do. This marked the beginning of his amazing climb back to health.
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Guest Speaker: Robert Tremblay -
Robert was born in August 1968 and raised in northern Vermont. He is a decorated veteran of the U.S. Army where he served as a Combat Medic with the 118th Airborne Corp. and later with the National Guard as a Helicopter Paramedic. After the military, in 1988, Robert had a career in law enforcement in New Hampshire, and in 1991 became the youngest Chief of Police in the country. However, he rethought his career after he had to arrest the entire ... Read More
Musical Guest: Christine Tulis -
Christine Tulis is a healing artist, harpist, singer, mystic and award-winning composer exploring the spiritual and healing qualities of the harp and the power of music and the healing arts to connect us to our hearts and inspired states of being.
Her music is created out of a deep love of the harp and its archetypal role as a link between heaven and earth. She is devoted to creating musical experiences that open inner gateways and support . . . Read More