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Sharing the Journey from Bereaved to Shining Light Parent

About Mary Bertun/Tava Wilson

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Mary Bertun’s Bio:

Mary is the author of the book The 21 Day Doorway Across The Veil. She spent most of her working career as an adult education teacher and instructional designer. But nothing prepared her for the death of her 19-year-old Marine son Chas, early in 2012. With the guidance of her son, Mary wrote the book and now helps parents connect with their children in spirit.

Tava Wilson's Bio:

Tava is a Grief Counselor and educator. None of her training or work with individuals struggling with traumatic life adversities prepared her for the day in 2015 when her daughter, Christina, ‘moved’ to a different level of consciousness. Her healing journey began when she read Wolf’s Message by Suzanne Giesemann, and subsequently spoke with her regarding Helping Parents Heal. Tava says: “To say that HPH has been a blessing would be an understatement.” Tava is the editor of The 21 Day Doorway Across The Veil book

(If you have questions about this workshop please contact Mary Bertun at: faithinangels.academy@gmail.com)

Presentation

Connect with Your Loved Ones:
Based on the book The 21 Day Doorway Across the Veil
Mary Bertun will lead this workshop with assistance from her affiliate co-leader Tava Wilson. 

Mary is the author of the book The 21 Day Doorway Across The Veil. She spent most of her working career as an adult education teacher and instructional designer. But nothing prepared her for the death of her 19-year-old Marine son Chas, early in 2012. With the guidance of her son, Mary wrote the book and now helps parents connect with their children in spirit.

At this workshop we will talk a bit about the connection process, split into small groups and then practice a connection exercise. Remember to bring a notebook and pen to take down notes either during or immediately following your practice connection.
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