We can't choose what happens to us,
but we can choose how we meet it.
You’ve accepted that your death is coming.
You want to meet it in a sacred, conscious, and open-hearted way.
... But you don’t know what that means, or how to do it.
You know that some aspect of you will continue after your body dies.
... But you don’t know how that happens, or how you might prepare for, and cooperate with, the process.
You see your life as a spiritual journey of healing, learning, and growth.
You recognize the sacred wisdom in nature and the unseen world.
... But you don’t completely resonate with the death maps offered by mainstream religious traditions.
Dying well is a learned skill,
but one that few of us have been taught.
We often have more questions than answers about it.
- How do I honour and complete my relationships in this world?
- How do I say goodbye to life in a body?
- What happens before, during, and after my spirit and body separate?
- Who is there to help me, and how will I recognize these beings?
- What does it mean to “Rest in Peace” and what helps me find that peace?
- After I leave, what kind of relationships might I have with loved ones who are still here?
Each spiritual, religious and cultural death map offers its own answers to these questions. The task is to find a map that rings true for you.
I have a map to offer, and I would be honoured to serve as a soul-guide on your journey.