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April 16 – 20, 2018. Marilyn will be speaking at the 50th anniversary for Sivananda Ashram Yoga Retreat in the Bahamas.
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In winter 2017, Dr. Marilyn Schlitz will teach a 10-week course based on the co-created film with Deepak Chopra: Death Makes Life Possible.
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Interview Series: Does ESP Reveal Spirit Existence? Some claim their scientific study of extrasensory perception (ESP) overturns the worldview of science. Should we take these startling pronouncements seriously? If so, what would it mean for events in the physical world to defy all known physical laws? Either there is something misleading about those events or something beyond those physical laws.


UntitledMarilyn Schlitz and Integral theorist, Ken Wilber, came together for a compelling discussion about death, dying and facing our mortality. Follow this link to hear a preview of the conversation. Join Integral Life for the full dialogue.


On facing mortality and living a more mindful life; a Fox 4 interview with Marilyn Schlitz.


Bridgitte Buckley-Jackson Interviewed Marilyn Schlitz 9/24, on Monday, September 28

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In anticipation of the national broadcast premiere of the Death Makes Life Possible Film, wrote this piece about the documentary. It includes an exclusive interview with  Writer/Producer, Dr. Marilyn Schlitz. Click here to read the full article.



Edge Magazine featured the Death Makes Life Possible book in their summer reading list! To view the full list and read about their take on the book, click here.



An excerpt from the Death Makes Life Possible book was published on Reality Sandwich, a web site dedicated to sharing insight, news, and other content related to consciousness culture and transforming communities. To read the article, click here.


argusThe Petaluma Argus Courier interviewed Marilyn Schlitz about the Death Makes Life Possible film and current campaign to transform the fear of death into an inspiration for living and dying well. The article also reveals an exciting new development for an upcoming Death Makes Life Possible television screening. Click on the image to the left to view the scanned newspaper version; to view the online version of the article, click here.


Executive Producer, Marilyn Schlitz, joined the Transforming Aging Summit to speak about Death Makes Life Possible and how we can transform the fear of death into an inspiration for living. More than 14,000 people from 119 countries registered for the event! For more information, please visit the Transforming Aging Summit website, and to listen to the audio, click here.


ashlandTo spread the word about the Ashland screening of Death Makes Life Possible, the Ashland Daily Tidings profiled the movie and interviewed Jennifer Matthews, who facilitated a discussion after the viewing.


Day-of-the-Dead300After Five Magazine profiled the Death Makes Life Possible Film in their March 2015 edition. The article’s author, Jon Lewis, shares the story of the film and interviews Executive Producer, Marilyn Schlitz. To view and read the article, click here.


jprMarilyn Schlitz and Jennifer Mathews joined Jefferson Public Radio for a live broadcast discussion of the Death Makes Life Possible Film. The rich conversation traced the diverse perspectives found in the movie and explored the various threads that weave those themes together.


ggaward Film Award color sealDeath Makes Life Possible Wins Gutsy Gals Film Award!

We are pleased to announce that Death Makes Life Possible has won the 2014 Gutsy Gals Film Award for Special Category/Contemporary Spirituality. The Special Category Award is for films that provide insight into an important issue of our times.

According to Gutsy Gals, they received an impressive group of film submissions, and it was a difficult selection process. Their award letter noted that the “film has helped to support our mission of promoting talented women writers and directors of film, and putting women’s creative vision front-and-center in today’s contemporary media. We are honored to be honoring you with this award!”

Executive Producer/Writer, Marilyn Schlitz, will be accepting the award at the Berkshire Festival of Women Writers on February 21-22, 2015.


tellyOur Film Wins Two Telly Awards!!

The 35th Annual Telly Awards honored Death Makes Life Possible with their highest award, a Silver Telly, in the Documentary Category and a Bronze Telly in the Religious/Spiritual Category!

Silver Telly’s are the top awards given and with nearly 12,000 entries from all 50 states and numerous countries, this is truly an honor.

The Telly Awards was founded in 1979 and is the premier award honoring outstanding local, regional, and cable TV commercials and programs, the finest video and film productions, and online commercials, video and films. Winners represent the best work of the most respected advertising agencies, production companies, television stations, cable operators, and corporate video departments in the world.