"The premise was simple: people go along, drink tea, eat cake and discuss death: not to be morbid, just to raise awareness and to "help people make the most of their (finite) lives." Founder Death Cafe, Jon Underwood
What a simple, yet powerful idea! Gather together, openly discuss death and find a common experience among like-minded people. The power of having a community to discuss freely the emotions around death awareness can be powerful and profound.
If you are interested in a Death Cafe - please join one. If you want a more of an individualized arena to explore death and dying, please contact me.
Terri Daniel writes, "The experience of being present for a death was so spiritually expansive that I wanted to encounter it again. Eight months later, after moving across the country and starting a new life, I became a hospice volunteer."
Imagine that being present for a death, could be spiritually expansive. It can be, if we are willing to use The 3-E's ~ explore, empower and enrich our relationships with death dying and grief.
Be courageous and begin your journey and find serenity and peace can be had.
"People tend to forget that we live a mortal life. A life that can and will come to an end one day" ~ writes Jellis Vaes.
When one chooses to "Live Death Aware", one sees life differently. This new outlook allows people to live in the moment, discover their truth, get into action to help realize dreams/goals, etc.
Chose to do both death, and life, differently by understanding that life is impermanent.