Public Lecture and Workshop, March 18, 2000, Ottawa, Spiritual Frontier's Canada
Article in TONE magazine March 2000, Volume 15 Number 7, page 25
by Beverley Young
SPIRITUAL FRONTIERS CANADA PRESENTS
Sarah Diane Pomerleau, M. Ed. Psychotherapist
As Beyond so Below
Dialogues with the Eagle
The Star ( www. editexte.com - e-book)
Dolphin Therapy, Runic Energies, Shamanism
"Conscious Rites of Passages for a New Millenium" workshop
Exploring Anciant Rites of Passages practiced by Druids, Egyptians, and Tibetans;
Dealing with fears of Living and Dying and the Mystery of Death;
Transmuting and Reprogramming the Cellular Genetic Coding and the DNA.
The Egyptians believe that existence after death is first and foremost a series of
transformations. Their concept of the period between death and transformation in
the next world resembles the dream state in which one is awake while beeing asleep.
According to The Egyptian Book of the Dead, the deceased arrives at the central and
critical moment of the Passage from this world to the next : the weighing of the
Whether it is accompanying groups of people to the Bahamas to swim with free dolphins,
leading workshops on Dreams in Greece or giving lectures in Europe and America on
Conscious Exloration of the Passages, it is evident from the number of books she
has written (11 and more) that Sarah Diane Pomerleau moves comfortably and confidently
between the worlds of consciousness and dream states and the Spiritual realm beyond.
Sarah's credits are impressive : Jungian psychotherapist, shaman, dowser, Reiki Master,
teacher, publisher, journalist, author and international speaker and lecturer. In
1993 she created the Method Samsarah, a spiritual Self-Healing Approach for the Living
and Rituals through the Passage for the Dying, and she continues to lead Initiatory
Journeys in Shamanic Transmutation in Arizona, Utah and Switzerland as well as in
Druidism in Brittany and Switzerland, and in Dolphin-Therapy in the Bahamas (The
In her book As Beyond so Below, Sarah shares her experiences of meeting with dolphins,
otherwise known as Angels of the Sea, how she became a midwife of the Passages to
help in the arrival and departure of people's souls on Earth, and how these experiences
led her to develop a unique and compassionate approach to life and death.