Apr 13
2013
Guest Speaker: Diane Willis

A Special Tribute to ELISABETH KÜBLER-ROSS, MD, the first Near-Death Researcher and author of the groundbreaking book: "On Death and Dying"; Diane shares pesonal experiences with EKR at the end of her life....

Bring your popcorn! Be on time! We will start promptly at 2 pm! There will be no break for refreshments on this day!

Join us for three hours of information about this amazing woman, Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, (July 8, 1936 - August 24, 2004) who changed the way we look at death. She was the first researcher into Near-Death Experiences and wrote the forward to Raymond Moody’s Book, “Life After Life.”

  1. FACING DEATH - A Film biography of the life and work of Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross. 98 minutes. (DVD not available for sale here…check Amazon.com)

  2. Oprah’s 1997 interview of Elisabeth Kübler-Ross at her home in Arizona. 26 minutes. (DVD not available for sale here.)

  3. Diane Willis will share her personal story of her three face-to-face encounters with Elisabeth….during the 7 days she spent alone with her in AZ in 2000,2002 and 2004…. 45 minutes. This Part 3 segment is available on DVD. The second part of Part 3 is a 20-minute video of photos, taken by Diane, of Elisabeth’s last days in Arizona, including her home, her funeral and her burial. It is also available on a special DVD which is being sold separately as a fundraiser for The Elisabeth Kübler-Ross Foundation, which is dedicated to continuing her work.

Diane Willis is the Founder and Facilitator of Chicago IANDS, which began in May, 1998.

Diane was born in St. Louis, MO, and went to Lutheran High School Central in St. Louis, where she was told to never mess with spirituality….“It is evil.” She never had anything to do with it, not even having her astrological chart done, or seeing a psychic. “I didn’t even know if I thought psychics were real,” Diane says.

In November, 1995, Diane went through the tunnel, saw the White Light, experienced love beyond anything we know on earth and returned, changed completely in her thinking about almost everything. After that experience, she became guided in most areas of her life, doing hospice, helping people and in, May 1998, starting Chicago IANDS. Her story takes about 9 hours to tell, one amazing thing happening after another.

During this meeting, Diane shares her encounters with Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross. This Part 3 segment is available on DVD. The second part of Part 3 is a 20-minute video of photos, taken by Diane, of Elisabeth’s last days in Arizona, including her home, her funeral and her burial. It is also available on a special DVD which is being sold separately as a fundraiser for The Elisabeth Kübler-Ross Foundation, which is dedicated to continuing her work.