Join Jamie and Maggie Clark with their guest, Elizabeth Boisson, as they talk about shared death experiences. In this episode, Elizabeth narrates her shared death experience with the loss of her children, how she learned to cope with it, and help other parents do the same. She is the president and co-founder of Helping Parents Heal, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing support and assistance to aid in the healing process of bereaved parents.
Shared Death Experience
Elizabeth lost her son, Morgan when they were countries apart. At the time, Morgan was studying in Nanjing, China, and went to Tibet for a student trip. Their group was going to the Mt. Everest base camp, and on the bus, most of the students were suffering from severe altitude sickness. Elizabeth recounted that her son was the one helping take care of his colleagues. Morgan was also suffering from severe altitude sickness, but none of the students were aware of such. He went to bed early, and when they were to go down the mountain the following day, the students could not wake Morgan up. He was already foaming from his mouth. Finally, Elizabeth reached Morgan’s friend, Collin, who told her it did not look good. She asked Collin to put the phone on Morgan’s ear, and there she said to Morgan how she loved him so much and that she was proud of him. Elizabeth, who was in Arizona, felt an enormous hug from the inside, and she knew she had connected with Morgan. She eventually found out it was a shared death experience, and she is grateful to have felt so much love from her son even after his passing.
The experience Elizabeth had when she lost her son became the spark to put up Helping Parents Heal. The nonprofit organization welcomes bereaved parents to become Shining Light Parents, as they believe that their children in the afterlife shine light on them. They step beyond other support groups since they allow open discussions of spiritual experiences and the afterlife in a non-dogmatic way. Through the organization, Elizabeth was able to help parents to cope with grief and give support and resources for healing. At present, they have a presence all over the world.
About Elizabeth Boisson:
Elizabeth Boisson is the president and co-founder of the organization Helping Parents Heal. Two of Elizabeth’s children have transitioned; her daughter, Chelsea, in 1991, and her son, Morgan, in 2009 from severe altitude sickness while on a student trip to the Base Camp of Mt. Everest in Tibet. Immediately after, Elizabeth created the Facebook group that led to the creation of Helping Parents Heal in 2012. Elizabeth is a certified yoga instructor and teaches yoga for healing grief. She is the affiliate leader of the Phoenix/Scottsdale HPH group and the author of Life to Afterlife - Helping Parents Heal, The Book.
Outline of the Episode:
[02:38] Elizabeth’s shared death experience from the loss of her son, Morgan
[07:48] Activation of intuitive and mediumship abilities from the experience
[13:06] Connection between the children and their bereaved parents
[16:49] Helping Parents Heal’s upcoming conference in 2022
[18:14] Expectations of bereaved parents with connecting to their children in the afterlife
[19:23] What the process of shared death experience to Elizabeth was like when Chelsea passed
[20:48] Experiences of kids playing with electronic devices to send their parents a message
[26:42] Elizabeth’s discovery of her place in the universe from the experience
[30:45] Connections with people who felt stuck but eventually opened up and healed
[35:15] All about the groups explicitly made for fathers and siblings of the deceased
[39:28] Other things that have not been covered about Helping Parents Heal
[40:30] Message for those who are spiritually awakening themselves
[43:54] Events that transpired in the duration of recording this episode
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