Ty Briggs will present Friday, July 23, 2021 via zoom

Ty Briggs contracted Guillain Barre Syndrome, an incurable but treatable autoimmune disease often triggered by an acute viral infection. Guillain Barre can strip nerves of myelin and paralyze its victim, and in Ty, it progressed to his diaphragm and made it difficult for him to breathe. Ty struggled to breathe for some time while also enduring excruciating pain from exposed bare nerves. He found himself fighting through pain and paralysis, and on that night, he felt a pause and left his body and the pain behind. 

Ty is a real estate developer and built his own business in Utah. He currently resides in Midway, Utah, where he has made his home for 26 years. He is married to Sharon Briggs, and together, they have four children. Ty has struggled with incurable pain for some time as a result of Guillain Barre. The lessons he has learned may help you and I.

Good news! We will resume our in-person meetings in August.

Please join us this Friday, July 23, 2021 at 7 PM, Mountain Time. Would you please share this announcement with friends who might be interested? Our meetings are free to the public.

To join us Friday at 7 PM click on this blue link.

Then enter the password IANDS.

Please turn off your video and mute yourself.

If you can only join by phone, use 1 669 900 6833 .

Meeting ID: 860 3203 8113

Passcode: 049210

About IANDS Utah

The International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS) is devoted exclusively to providing information about near-death and related experiences to experiencers, researchers, educators, health care providers, and the interested public. IANDS Utah has a three-fold purpose: (1) To facilitate and foster greater acceptance and understanding of near-death experiences; (2) To advance, encourage and promote research and study of near-death experiences; (3) To provide information, guidance, comfort, care and other assistance to those concerned with terminal illness, death, disability, disease and related issues.
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