"An NDE life Preview, the Emerald City and the Show on the Ledge"
 
with Kimberly Clark Sharp
             
hosted by Kathy Mason
                               
Thursday, August 5th, 2021
5:00pm Pacific / 6:00pm Mountain /
7:00pm Central / 8:00pm Eastern

                    

 

 

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TOPIC:

An NDE life Preview, the Emerald City and the Show on the Ledge

During a rare NDE life preview in 1970, Kimberly was shown three images of her future if she chose to live instead of entering a portal to Heaven that shone before her — a place where “mountains met water,” certainly not in the Midwest USA where her lifeless body lay; a gallery of people with whom she would significantly interact, all strangers at that time; and a life of service. The life of service is what she chose, so she left Kansas with her hamster Toto, traversing the country before landing permanently in Seattle, known then as now as The Emerald City. All of the people whose images she was shown became — and remain in her life — but it was not until she found a tennis shoe on the ledge of hospital where, in another part of the large building, a patient had identified it during a resuscitation. All the pieces came together and Kimberly’s life of service to the field of death and dying and Near-Death Experiences began.

ABOUT:

Kimberly Clark Sharp MSW, LICSW, is the author of “After the Light: The Spiritual Path to Purpose” and founder of Seattle IANDS, the world’s oldest support group for near-death experiencers, since 1982. She was named one of the forty most influential people under the age of 40 in the Pacific Northwest, 1987. Kimberly was the founder of the Department of Social Work at the world’s first bone marrow transplant center, a pioneer in the field of critical care social work, Co-Instructor of the Terminal Illness Seminar, School of Medicine, University of Washington (1977 -1999). She is a Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, University of Washington (retired).

Kimberly Clark Sharp, MSW, LICSW
P.O. Box 84333 Seattle, WA 98124
kimnde@AOL.com

• Author of “After the Light: The Spiritual Path to Purpose” hardback (Wm. Morrow & Co. 1995); audio (HarperCollins 1995); paperback (Avon 1996); on demand (iUniverse.com) Literary Guild of United States and Canada Alternate Book of the Month
Catalogued in the United States Library of Congress

• Founder of Seattle International Association of Near-Death Studies, the world’s oldest support group for near-death experiencers, since 1982

• Named one of the forty most influential people under the age of 40 in the Pacific Northwest, 1987

• Founder of the Department of Social Work at the world’s first bone marrow transplant center (Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center)

• Pioneer in the field of critical care social work (Harborview Medical Center)

• International conference and workshop speaker

• Published in many journals, textbooks and magazines

• Consultant to news and entertainment industry, most recently Netflix “Surviving Death” Episode 1 on near-death experiences

• Near-death experiencer; cancer survivor,

• Co-Instructor Terminal Illness Seminar, School of Medicine, University of Washington (1977 -1997)

• Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, University of Washington
(retired)

• Master of Social Work, University of Washington, 1976