Death & Afterlife Summit 2017
Hollister Rand:
"I'm Not Dead, I'm Different"

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In this presentation internationally renowned medium and author Hollister Rand will discuss how she integrates spiritual communication into everyday life. She will teach us how she uses her gift for mediumship to help others heal and finish the unfinished business of life. Hollister Rand is an author and internationally renowned medium. Known for her extraordinarily detailed work, she provides specific messages from loved ones living in the spirit world with feeling, heart, and grace. Hollister is clairvoyant, clairaudient and clairsentient (meaning that she can see, hear and feel the presence of spirits as well as get a sense of their personalities, emotions and physical attributes). Her unique gifts have provided comfort and closure for people all over the world. Hollister's first book "I'm Not Dead, I'm Different: Kids in Spirit Teach Us About Living a Better Life on Earth," was released by HarperCollins in April 2011 and has garnered glowing reviews and endorsements. Hollister has moved national and international audiences with messages of love, hope and healing through demonstrations of spirit communication and television and radio appearances. Her messages on SiriusXM's "The Seance" with John Edward, "Coast to Coast" with George Noory, KOST FM's "Angels in Waiting," KBIG FM's "Radio Medium," and numerous other morning drive-time shows have touched the lives of thousands of people. Her television appearances include America Now and Oxygen's Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood. "Life is never over," says Hollister Rand. "Those we love are still as interested in our lives as they were when they were here. Damaged relationships can be healed by talking with Spirit; broken hearts can be mended; questions answered. It is never too late to say 'I love you' or 'I'm sorry.' It is never too late to give or receive forgiveness. Those opportunities do not end with what we call death."
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