In this one-day experiential retreat we will explore the range and depth of cultural and personal responses we have to the familiar and mysterious terrains of death and dying. Co-facilitated by Anne-Marie & Helene.
In this one-day experiential retreat we will explore the range and depth of our responses to both the familiar and mysterious terrains of our own or another’s dying and death.
How can we become “indigenous”, to the realities of dying? How can we move beyond notions of separation, even annihilation, and all the fears which come with that view, to a lived experience of dying as sacred transition? How can we honour, respect and support a person (and their soul) at the most vulnerable time they are ever likely to experience? And can we find ways of doing this in ways which reflect and honour what is and has been most important to them, irrespective of what the ‘experts’ say?
Book for this workshop here.