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Angie Corbett-Kuiper

Angie Corbett-Kuiper is described as a pioneer in the field of transforming the way in which we view death. She incorporates science, medicine, metaphysics, and spirituality to talk about a subject that until now has been taboo. She shares from a place of significant loss that death is a part of life and not separate from it. It's here where peace and gratitude can be found. Present moment awareness and the stillness from within will create the proof needed that our loved ones have never left and that our bodies are merely shells of our soul.

With a BA degree in Business, she has worked for the largest Fortune 500 companies in the world and for the past 22+ years she was a successful biopharmaceutical rep representing the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world.

After her 20-year-old first born son chose to take his life in April of 2015 and then her second husband chose to take his life almost one year later in April of 2016 and one week after their wedding Angie's life changed forever. Her path changed.

Angie shares her personal journey as she lectures around the world. She has been awarded an Honorary Doctor of Metaphysics Degree for her life's work where she shares her journey and offers hope to those who have lost a loved one move beyond the 5 stages of grief to a place of peaceful and harmonious gratitude. Angie shares through personal experiences that it is possible to create a more uplifting and rewarding experience as we live through grief.

Angie’s mission is to offer guidance to those desiring to explore beyond current self-limiting beliefs surrounding death, grief, and loss. Only through significant loss has Angie truly begun to live and she wants to share with others how it is absolutely possible with the only prerequisite being an open mind to anything and everything.

You can learn more about Angie by visiting her website at



Death: Nothing real can ever be taken away