An Evening with Anita Moorjani
The Capitol Theatre
811 Main Street, Moncton, New Brunswick E1C 1G1
April 19th, 2016
5:00pm VIP Reception and Meet and Greet
6:00pm Theatre Doors Open
6:30pm Discovering New Voices with Autopoetic Ideas
Anne Berube PhD Founder of Autopoetic Ideas
Dr. Rob Rutledge Author and Co-Founder of 'Skills for Healing'
Cancer Weekend Retreats
7:00pm Keynote Presentation:
Dying to Be Me: Anita Moorjani
Followed by Q&A session and book-signing
Discovering New Voices:
Anne Berube phd
"How Do I Love Myself" Anne has been pondering and practicing this question for most of her adult life. With each uncovered layer of self-sabotage or self-judgment, she experienced lasting healing, inner freedom, and a deepened connection with the Divine. She came to know that when we truly love ourselves, we can become who we were meant to be and that the good we do for the world is directly connected to the amount of love, compassion, and forgiveness we are able to have toward ourselves. In this workshop Anne illustrates through story telling three ways we can concretely begin to practice self-love now, and answers these three questions: What is Divine Love? How can my heart help me find healing and freedom from my fears? How can I incorporate self-kindness, self compassion, and self forgiveness in my life?
Dr. Rob Rutledge
The Healing Circle Program arose out of ten-year collaboration between Dr Rob Rutledge, an Oncologist, and Dr Timothy Walker, a Psychotherapist. With it, they have helped thousands of people. The success of their approach comes from people seeing and accepting the whole human experience, including 'negative' emotions such as fear. People who go through the Healing Program learn they can face - and potentially embrace and transform - whatever comes with diagnosis and treatment. You can have incurable cancer and yet feel your life has been healed.
Keynote: Anita Moorjani: Dying to be me
Anita shares her own remarkable journey from end-stage cancer, through a near-death experience, to total healing. She will describe how learning to love and accept herself unconditionally brought her back from the brink of death. Anita will also share some tools and exercises to help support you in your journey.
A near-death experience (NDE) refers to personal experiences associated with impending death, encompassing multiple possible sensations including detachment from the body, feelings of levitation, total serenity, security, warmth, the experience of absolute dissolution, and the presence of a light. These phenomena are usually reported after an individual has been pronounced clinically dead or has been very close to death. With recent developments in cardiac resuscitation techniques, the number of reported NDEs has increased. (Wikipedia)