Im often asked, "Why would anyone want to live death aware? It's totally creepy"!
I get it. It seems like a strange thing to participate in.
To "Live Death Aware" is contrary to our social norms, and it is a concept that we are unfamiliar and uncomfortable with.
Our society tends to keep death, dying and grief in the background of our lives. We, most often choose to keep it out, until absolutely necessary.
As humans, we think, talk about and plan for most big-events in our lives, and our loved ones lives, so why wouldn't we think, talk and plan for one of the major life-altering events, such as death?
Death is one of the few things we will cannot avoid in life, yet most of us going into these experiences with little support, knowledge and awareness.
To "Live Death Aware" is to gain understanding and knowledge through necessary conversations that will help you to discover what is important, and how you can support a loved one when they are dying.
Death is guaranteed cycle-of -life event, yet most of us are limited in our understanding of what death means to us, and how it can shape our lives for the better.
Death awareness helps us to gain a deep understanding on how our time on earth is limited & finite, therefore bringing immeasurable meaning to our lives now, while allowing us to get profound appreciation of what is truly important in how we spend our remaining time.
Live Death Aware through A Necessary Conversation.