I can help you navigate death, loss, and transformation.
If you want to meet death in a soul-healing way, you need a soul map.
If you're dying, or if someone you love is dying, or has died, you know how difficult it is.
How do you find the strength to bear what seems too much to bear?
How do you connect with beauty and love in the midst of heartbreak and loss?
A soul map shows you where grace can be found, and how not to miss those parts.
A soul map shows you where the hard parts of the journey are, and how to get through them.
It guides you through the spiritual journey of letting go, and it holds you in the dark and difficult places of loss.
It shows you how to (eventually) return to life again, stronger and more resilient.
A soul map includes more than our physical bodies.
Our bodies are finite, our souls are infinite.
Dying well is easier when you have a map of how our spirits separate from our bodies, and of what happens after that.
A soul map helps everyone involved in a death: the living, the dying and the already dead.
It helps you prepare for the process, and it helps you cooperate with the natural wisdom of what's happening.
A soul map includes more than the seen world.
Most modern secular death maps are incomplete.
They understand how to diagnose and treat afflictions in our physical bodies, but not afflictions of our souls.
They don't include what happens for our energy bodies, our spiritual essence, our collective self, or our connection with the other-than-human world.
They don't make the critical connection between healing, wholeness, and the Holy.
I can offer you a soul map, and serve as a soul guide
I call myself "clergy for the unchurched," and I offer a soul map that’s rooted in nature-based spirituality and modern consciousness research.
I can help you and your family connect with each other, and with the restorative powers of nature, love and lineage.
I can offer guidance that fits your spiritual values, and that helps you find a healing path through difficult times.
"I didn’t expect to walk away from an exploration of death,
dying and loss feeling invigorated, but that's exactly
what occurred with Sarah."
- Tere M.
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