The Kamlak Center Presents "What's Death Got To Do With It?"

“What’s Death Got To Do With It?” by Dr. Betty J. Kovacs is The Kamlak Center’s latest event aimed at putting birth and death back together again. The two-hour event will begin at 10 AM on Saturday, July 31, 2010 at The Claremont Forum.

Claremont, CA, July 20, 2010 --( "What’s Death Got To Do With It?” is designed for people who are grieving or facing end-of-life issues, people with questions about death and afterlife, and people who may not be aware of the research of the last 50 years about death. In this presentation The Kamlak Center's Dr. Betty J. Kovacs will discuss new scientific insights that support the survival of consciousness, modern experiences beyond death, the creative power of grief as well as her own experiences surrounding the multiple deaths in her family. Within about three years Kovacs lost her mother, her only child and her husband in three separate automobile accidents. They experienced precognitive dreams, visions, synchronistic events, and after-death communications.

“We ignore to our detriment the last 50 years of scientific breakthroughs about death as well as the non-ordinary experiences of tens of thousands of men, women and children,” according to Kovacs. Until we can balance birth and death and realize the sacredness of both, we cannot live life fully. Fear of death limits our mind's ability to think, to perceive and to experience beyond the physical world. Our healing depends upon restoring the mind's wholeness by honoring both dimensions of consciousness: the rational, conceptual mind and the dreaming, visionary, intuitive mind.

The event will take place on Saturday, July 31, 2010 from 10 AM to Noon at The Claremont Forum, located at 586 West First Street, Claremont, CA 91711, telephone (909) 626-3066. Admission is $20. Register online at, by phone at (909) 282-2455, or at the door, space permitting.

Betty J. Kovacs received her Ph.D. from the University of California, Irvine, in Comparative Literature and Theory of Symbolic Language. She has studied the spiritual traditions of prehistory and indigenous cultures and has worked with shamans from the Amazon and the Andes in Peru. Dr. Kovacs served many years on the Board of Directors of the Jung Society of Claremont in California. She is author of The Miracle of Death. In August 2009 she presented Experiencing the Mystery of Death--and Life at the 8th Annual Scientific & Medical Network “Beyond the Brain” Conference, University of Kent, Canterbury, England. Recent seminar series: Deeper Orders of Reality: Creating Our Future and The Feminine Dimension of the Divine.

About The Kamlak Center: Aimed at changing the way we look at death, The Kamlak Center was founded in 2002 as a publishing company and a teaching center. We confront the belief that there is nothing but matter, that death is the end of everything. We embrace the new worldview that there is nothing but life, birth and death are events in time and space, and grief can open us to this new consciousness. Dr. Betty J. Kovacs has spent decades researching how the understanding of death has influenced the development of our consciousness. The Kamlak Center's events, articles, books and other products are based on this research, her own experiences surrounding death, and the new scientific research that supports the survival of consciousness.

The Kamlak Center
Kimberly Saavedra