On July 6 2016, during the Continuum Immersion at Omega, 11 people recorded memorable stories about Emilie Conrad. Rachel Evans, longtime participant, shares a 2 minute story in this video about Emilie’s undivided attention while teaching a workshop.
Emilie Stories #2: Amber Elizabeth Gray on Emilie, Haiti and being “torched”
Shared interests, decades apart, brought Amber and Emilie to Haiti. In this 4 minute video, Amber describes her connection to Emilie and the almost magical events that brought them together.
Emilie Stories #3: Kathy Benners on “meeting a deadline”
Filmed on July 6, 2016, Kathy Benners tells the story of Emilie meeting the deadline for submitting her book, Life on Land, to her publisher. 4 minutes.
Emilie Stories #4: Marc Grossman on following the “call”
Vision specialist , Dr. Marc Grossman shares how he came to his over 25 year relationship with Emilie Conrad. Marc and Emilie taught workshops together.
Emilie Stories #5: Melanie Gambino on a life worth living
Longtime Continuum mover, teacher and performer Melanie Gambino on her first experiences with Emilie in the 1980’s.
Emilie Stories #6: Anthony Donohoe
Anthony met Emilie in 1988, 2 years after an accident. He speaks about the revitilizing combination of sound healing and touch.
Emilie Stories #7: Photographer Niki Berg on authenticity
Photographer Niki Berg notes the way her experiences with Emilie and Continuum led to a more easily authentic approach to her photographic process. Due to window glare during the filming, Niki’s wonderful photos are not represented in their full glory.
Emilie Story #8: Ashima Kahrs & The Cosmic Stroke
Ashima began to work with Emilie 45 years after experiencing a stroke. Ashima relays the importance of Emilie’s perceptions on her continued healing and current work.
Emilie Stories # 9: Beverly Buehner on Emilie’s recognition
Beverly describes a class where she came to a new understanding of herself, and the impact of Emilie’s recognition
Emilie Stories #10: Beth Pettengill Riley
A story in song, Beth shares her last visit with Emilie, two days before Emilie’s passing. Beth had a long history with Emilie and was one of the first people Emilie invited to teach.
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