July 20 marks the second anniversary of long-time Stamford resident Reverend Tullia Forlani Kidde’s passing in 2007. To mark the occasion, author Roland Comtois, an acclaimed international spiritualist, and Dr. Joel Evans, founder and director of The Center for Women’s Health in Darien, author and international teacher of holistic, body, mind and spirit medicine, will be hosting a FREE afternoon of metaphysical teachings and channeling on compassion in Reverend Kidde’s honor. The tribute, Lessons from Heaven: The Meaning of a Compassionate Heart, will be held on July 19 from 4 to 5 PM at the Albertson Memorial Church in Old Greenwich. Admission is free but donations can be made to the Albertson Memorial Church Farm Sanctuary of Watkins Glen.
Reverend Kidde, an ordained interfaith minister well known for her work with Bernie Siegel, M.D., author of many best-selling novels on patient empowerment including Love, Medicine and Miracles, and her personal experience of a spontaneous healing from "terminal" cancer 25 years ago, devoted her life to helping others. A graduate of The Westchester Institute for Training in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, she completed post-graduate work in spiritual counseling and spent the last several years of her life working at The Center for Women’s Health in Darien where she provided individual counseling, facilitated cancer support groups, gave lectures and led workshops on spiritual healing.
“Tullia was a great teacher and mentor to those of us who had the privilege of knowing her,” said Roland Comtois. “She was an inspiration who shared an unequalled sense of compassion for every living being. She once said that, ‘It is the purity of your intention… the vibration that you send out… that matters in living a life with compassion.’ She taught us that each person matters and each of has the power to make a difference.”
Roland said that Tullia lived her life by example, actively finding ways to help alleviate another’s suffering through her compassion. Ranked highly in numerous philosophies and religions, compassion is said to be among the greatest virtues of all. The Dalai Lama is credited with saying, “if you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion.” Tullia did both.
Learn how compassion can open the heart of humanity and create a fortress of renewal inside every soul at this heartfelt and inspirational discussion by two renowned experts in the field.
Reservations are not required but seating is limited. The FREE one-hour event begins promptly at 4 PM on Sunday, July 19, at Albertson Memorial Church, 293 Sound Beach Avenue in Old Greenwich, Connecticut. For more information, call Cindy Clarke at 203.454.4230.
Roland Comtois is a sought-after TV and radio personality, channel and best-selling lecturer whose personal appearances and "Channeled Messages for the Soul" presentations take him all over the United States and Europe. Roland has earned a devoted following among tens of thousands of clients of all ages and from all walks of life who regularly seek his spiritual counsel during private readings, holistic healing sessions, special events and group workshops. During each appearance, Roland shares his strong spiritual connection to angels, heavenly beings and loved ones who have passed over. In addition to producing monthly Internet broadcasts and You Tube programs, Roland has published his first book, And Then There Was Heaven, with Chalice Communications and is currently under contract with a television production company. Visit www.rolandcomtois.net for more information and a schedule of events.
Joel M. Evans, M.D., a Board Certified OB/GYN, is the Founder and Director of The Center for Women's Health, a Holistic Health Center in Darien, CT. A frequent lecturer in Holistic Medicine, Dr. Evans was recently honored as a Founding Diplomate of The American Board of Holistic Medicine, making him the only physician in Connecticut to be Board Certified in Holistic Medicine and OB/GYN. He is on the faculty of the Center for Mind/Body Medicine in Washington D.C., and lectures health professionals at their basic and advanced training programs. Dr. Evans was also an invited guest at the swearing in ceremony of The White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy. In addition to directing the Integrative Cancer Care Program, Dr. Evans provides comprehensive gynecologic care focused on the specific concerns of women with cancer.
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