Local author Cliff Aguirre is coming on March 18th from 4:00-6:00 pm. You won't want to miss this thought provoking discussion!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
LOCAL AUTHOR CLIFF AGUIRRE TO LEAD DISCUSSION ON DEATH TRANSITION, SPIRITUAL ENCOUNTERS, AND PAST-LIFE REGRESSION
The Book Event is part of a series presented by 3 Daughters Jewelry, Apparel & More
PLYMOUTH, MA (January 30, 2017) – What happens after you die? Is it possible to be visited by loved ones who return after death? Is there proof of reincarnation? These are some of the topics that will be discussed by Cliff Aguirre, the author of three books, which provide evidence that who we are as individuals is far greater than birth, life and death. The event, sponsored by 3 Daughters Jewelry, Apparel & More, will take place on Saturday, March 18, from 4-6pm at Café Nicole, 114 Water Street in Plymouth. Tickets can be purchased for $10 at 3 Daughters Jewelry, or at the door, and includes refreshments. Beer and wine will be available for purchase.
Aguirre’s first book, The Death Transition, answers questions on pre-death and after-death experiences encountered by individuals upon death. Encounters with the Other Side is a collection of true stories about the author’s experiences with loved ones returning and other stories. Journey Back – The Amazing Past Life Memories of Individuals Through Past Life Regression, Happiness, Tragedy and Healing is a collection of the stories of 27 volunteers who journeyed back into their past lives through hypnosis sessions with Aguirre, who is a Certified Hypnotist and owner of Mind Balance Hypnotherapy in Marshfield, MA. The books are available now at 3 Daughters Jewelry, and will also be available at the event.
“We are very excited to present Cliff Aguirre’s event,” said Joan Lyons, owner of 3 Daughters Jewelry. “His fascinating books are sure to provide a thought-provoking discussion.” The Book Event is part of a series that spotlights the work of local authors, and is held bi-monthly. “We believe it’s important to support local authors in our community,” said Lyons.