«Socrates attributed our fear of death to selfishness.»«The Buddha thought clinging to life is as dangerous as any other form of ignorance—to cling is to slowly and ungracefully die.»This seven-hour workshop will support participants to embrace their death thus empowering them to live their lives with even more passion, vitality and a deeper sense of gratitude. You will likely feel oddly refreshed, and will have a new and more grounded perspective on the things that matter most in life.You will;- Have an opportunity to review your life as you have lived I so far- Write a good-bye letter to your loved ones- Spend time in a coffin as if you were dead- Gain insights and information regarding end of life preparation- Look at how you could make changes in your life so you can die regret free.- Receive a copy of When Death Speaks and an All Ready to Go Kit .- With Stephen Garrett, Ngaio Davis, Amber Host and the Ancient Fire crew
Tickets are $150 on EventBrite.com or $200 at the door.
Maximum 16 participants…
Here's what people had to say about the last event:
“Thank you for pushing me not just to embrace my mortality but to open up and also to move towards my destiny in helping others in more ways than I currently am. The event worked for me even better than I anticipated. I needed to be moved like that, and I felt safe enough to do so. I was also “dying” to meet more young like-minded individuals and was so happy to make some new friends there.” Amanda
“Thanks for the wonderful evening!!! SO MANY WONDERFUL PEOPLE! And it was just what I needed. Having a living-death was a rich sensory experience.” Roquela
“How would I sum up my experience? This is a quote I love and I think is says it all.
I love because I have been hurt,
I laugh because I have cried,
I rise because I have fallen,
I live because I have faced my death.” Wendy