IMG_0905 2.png
 

keynote speaker and trainer SUMMARY

“Overcoming the Fear of Death
Through Each of the 4 Main Belief Systems”

(50-minute to 2-hour Keynote or Training)

by Kelvin Chin, author of the bestselling book “Overcoming the Fear of Death”

ARE YOU AFRAID OF DEATH?

What is death? Is it the end, the beginning, or a transition?

Why are we so afraid of death? After all, death is inevitable.

“Overcoming the Fear of Death: Through Each of the 4 Main Belief Systems” helps us reduce and overcome our fears without changing our beliefs about death, religion, or God or no God.


This talk is for:

• The Devout, the Agnostic, and the Atheist

• Baby Boomers, Gen X’ers, and Millennials

Because the fear of death affects us all…regardless of age, religion, culture, or gender.

Click on book for Reader Reviews

Click on book for Reader Reviews


In this talk, you will learn:

• Are you ready to release yourself from the limiting effects of the fear of death?

• Are you ready to free up your mental, emotional and physical energy, and live life more fully?

• Discover the 4 Main Belief Systems About Death that cover all religions and cultures

• How to overcome your fear of death through your own belief system

• How to reduce your fear if you have the “Fear of Continued Existence”

• How to talk with other people — patients, friends, family — about their beliefs on death that may be different from yours


To Whom It May Concern:

On Monday, April 13, 2015, 'Kelvin Chin gave a lecture at The Commonwealth Club in San Francisco on Overcoming the Fear of Death. His lecture was well- attended and very well-received, with both print media and TV coverage that were more extensive than most events held at the Club.

Mr. Chin took on his sensitive topic from a secular, but all-inclusive, viewpoint, with the goal of helping anyone, without" shifting his or her religious or non- religious beliefs about death, to feel much less afraid of this unavoidable part of life.

More than a dozen members of the audience commented to me afterwards about how useful and insightful Mr. Chin's approach had been. The media obviously felt the same way, as his press coverage was excellent.

George C. Hammond

Chair of the Humanities Forum at
The Commonwealth Club of California