Best selling author Saved by the Light and At Peace in the Light, while struck twice by lightning, undergoing open-heart surgery and survivng a massive grand mal-seizure; through his near- death experiences, Dannion Brinkley has educated people upon not fearing death, and the concept of dying.
He has recently written the third book drawing from his personal experiences and near-death encounters entitled, The Secrets of the Light, a manual that focuses on spiritual strategies to empower your daily life.
In his lectures and tours, Dannion impartsan important message designed to empower his listeners, teaching them step by step how to find purpose, power and greatness in their lives. The Secrets of the Light lecture series offer a celebratory approach of the spiritual dynamic.
In 2001, Dannion was nominated for the National Hospice and Palliative Care Association’s prestigious Heart of Hospice Award. Dannion was also a contributor in the story compilation of Chicken Soup for the Veteran’s Soul. His input was used to improve awareness of the honor of veteran service. Compassion in Action / The Twilight Brigade was featured in the December 2000 issue of The Oprah Magazine segment on Volunteerism.
In 2004, Dannion provided testimony, “Describing Death in America” to the National Cancer Advisory Board of the Institute of Medicine and presented comment to the White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medical Policy, on “Improving End of Life care with Complementary and Alternative Medicines” and “You Cannot Drug A Child to Safety: Ways of Reducing Stress in America.”
“The quickest way to change the world is to be of service to others.” -Dannion Brinkley
Please visit his website: www.dannion.com
bio continued: In related issues surrounding the death process, Brinkley is one of the early crusaders of hospice and palliative care bringing the topic of end of life care to the forefront of discussion and education in America. Dannion created a non-profit organization, The Twilight Brigade (Compassion in action) to recruit hospice volunteers for dying Veterans. He has been a hospice volunteer for over twenty-four years, having personally accrued more than 10,000 hours at the bedside.
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