Dying Consciously Workshop ~ TBA
This program will cover the following :
- Great Life Review and forgiveness. The healer plays a significant role in supporting the dying person in going through their life review process and finding forgiveness.
- Cleansing of the Chakras Help clear the chakras so the toxic energy accumulated through life does not keep the luminous body earthbound.
- Giving Permission to die Let the dying person know that there is no reason to worry about those left behind so they do not cling to life and endure unnecessary suffering.
- Great Death Spiral These are the rites performed after the person has died.
Description: The Greatest Journey is a service dedicated to helping people die consciously. This means that we seek to maintain consciousness intact through the journey of death and beyond. This program works to address the need for something greater than what is currently available. We provide tangible tools for closure at the end of a persons life. It is designed for all persons involved in the dying process: The individual, family members, and friends.
It offers a message of hope that is possible to bring dignity and peace back to the dying process and teaches us how with easy to follow steps. In the West, we no longer remember how to die with grace and dignity. We shuttle the dying off to hospitals where death is considered a 'disease' and extraordinary measures are taken to prolong life at all costs. Families do not know how to come to closure with the passing of a loved one. Many people die in fear, with unresolved issues, not having said the "I love yous" and "I forgive yous'' that would be so healing for them and their families. We have tried to make death invisible, thinking that if we ignore it long enough, it will go away.
The message of the Greatest Journey is that we can come to the end of a life with grace. Its purpose is to assist the person who is making the journey beyond death to do so in a peaceful manner, full of light.
The great death rites practiced by the shamanic traditions allow us to understand the kind of psychological and emotional closure needed. They provide specific steps to bring reconciliation and healing both to the loved ones and to the person dying. (Excerpted from www.DyingConsciously.org)
What to bring :
Picture of loved for alter