Update on 1/19/19: My memoir, Angels in the OR: What Dying Taught Me About Healing, Survival, and Transformation, can be pre-ordered now. It is a #1 new release in several categories. I would love it if you helped me make near-death experiences more mainstream.
Interview with Robin Landsong
Robin Landsong’s amazing story will touch the lives of many people around the world when her book is released. Robin beautifully captures a shocking kidnapping that she survived which took her to Africa at the age of eight. I am honored to be one of the readers of her book before its release, and I cannot wait for others to get the chance to read her book. I can’t rave enough about this book. I cried. My heart expanded with love, and I felt like I walked part of her journey with her. Most of all, I felt great healing as I read her words. I am certain that others will feel this as well.
As a survivor of trauma myself, I understood that this book is not an expose of her experience. Rather, her book is a heartfelt, honest, moving memoir that will ultimately show readers how love can heal even the deepest of wounds. The love Robin Lansdong describes of the African mothers and fathers who sang to her and helped bring her back to life after the abuse of her kidnapper is particularly memorable. The two near-death experiences she details in the book are also profound.
In my interview with Robin, we talk briefly about her experiences in Africa and her two near-death experiences. We also touch on the importance of healing from trauma. Although I claim to feel a deep similarity with every near-death experiencer I interview, I am particularly inspired by Robin’s dedication to bringing more healing and light into the world.
Robin Landsong is an author, artist, medicine singer, and craniosacral therapist. For more information about Robin’s up-coming book, her return trip to Africa, and her speaking engagements please check out her website.
In this picture from Robin’s recent trip to Africa, the children are holding cards of her artwork. The backs of the cards say thank you in six local African languages. The joy on all of their faces is precious.