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Saturday, March 14

Victor Taylor

The International Association for Near-Death Studies welcomes Victor Taylor to its next meeting.

As a child, Victor demonstrated intelligence well beyond his years. By the age of eleven, he was winning awards as a competitive mathematician. As a student in gifted and talented programs in the Wisconsin school system, Victor gravitated toward philosophical learning instead of interest in subjects that could produce material gain.

He began to have a very revealing insight into the mystery of life, with a natural talent for psychology and a radical desire for fairness. He was voted "Most Unique" by his senior class.

Suffering from constant abuse within his family, isolation in rural Wisconsin, and a family tradition of substance abuse, he was an "iron hot in the fire" when he discovered Rebirthing Breathwork at age nineteen. From then on, he describes his life as a miraculous chain of synchronicites right up to the present day.

He currently resides in Charlottesville, Virginia where he sees his breathwork clients, builds Rife machines, and works at the Monroe Institute.

Morning Presentation:
What if the infinite love and infinite wisdom, experienced by so many Near-Death Experiencers, is available to us NOW, just where we stand? What if that state of bliss... is only as far away as our effort to relax and breathe consciously? Victor answers the big questions about life with explanations so simple and clear, that the truth becomes self-evident, all with examples from an experience he had after an NDE in which he suffocated during an attack of sleep apnea. At the tender age of twenty, Victor was allowed to experience the incomprehensible vastness of the human soul, to meet God (he was an atheist), and to view the meaning of the great mysteries of human life and suffering. Victor will talk about his experiential education about what it feels like to die violently, in your sleep, from chronic illness, and from sudden illness. There is great mercy built in to the death process, he explains. He will also reveal a technique for "retuning" the body to become receptive to the overwhelming love, wisdom, and power of our reality. His technique is simple, fast, and produces results the first time and every time.

Saturday, March 14, 2015, from 10:00 to Noon at Edgar Cayce's A.R.E. (the Association for Research and Enlightenment), 67th Street and Atlantic Avenue, Virginia Beach.

Suggested donation: $10.00 at the door. No one turned away, capacity permitting.

After the meeting, all are invited to a local restaurant to continue the conversation.

On Sunday, March 15 from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m., Victor Taylor will give a Presentation / Workshop very similar to the Saturday program described above; so tell your friends and family about it! The workshop is located at the One-Eleven Art Gallery, 111 Pennsylvania Avenue, Norfolk, off upper Granby Street, across from the Riverview Theater. Space is limited. For reservations, please contact Suzanne Watson at 620-4766. Admission $15.

All presentation sessions will be videotaped. Copies on DVD will be available for a $10 donation to VBIANDS plus $2 shipping and handling if needed.

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Speak to any one of our Board members, including Dick Dinges, Bob Clapp, Elena Viada, Neil Helm, Lloyd Kremer, Jeff Jones, Suzanne Ortiz, or Kaye or Larry Sturgis.

Saturday, March 21

Cinema at the Fellowship

“Sliding Doors”

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Saturday, March 21
7:30 p.m.
Fellowship of the Inner Light

Suggested Donation: $3.00

Sliding Doors (1998):
Starring Gwyneth Paltrow, John Hannah, John Lynch
99 minutes
Rated: R (Restricted)

A London woman’s love life and career both hinge,
unknown to her, on whether she catches a train.
We see it both ways, in parallel.

There are two sides to every story. Helen is about to live both of them... at the same time.

In London, public relations specialist Helen is fired from her position in a PR company. While returning home, she misses the train in the subway. But in another possibility of her life path, she catches it.

The story shows two parallel lives of Helen. In one life, she stays with her boyfriend Gerry, and in the other life, she finds that Gerry cheats on her with Lydia and she instead falls in love with James Hammerton.

Watch the Trailer for the Movie Here:
Sliding Doors - Trailer

Popcorn, snacks, and soft drinks are available at a low price.

Come and enjoy the movie and then share and learn as we discuss the spiritual lessons the movie offers, and how they can be implemented in our lives today.

Contact the Fellowship at or 757-428-5782