Every Precious Moment – Mindfulness of Death, Impermanence & Uncertainty
Death isn’t just something that happens on one particular day. Death and dying are intimately related to life and living. In this weekend workshop, we will work together to explore what it truly means to make friends with life’s only certainty. Through the practice of meditation, mindfulness and group exploration we will endeavor to become clearer, confident, open and fearless.
Join us in a nourishing and restorative retreat exploring what it means to make friends with death. Recently popular Death Cafes have helped to relax the taboo of speaking about death. Come and be nurtured and supported by the beautiful Wangapeka environment as we create a community of courageous conversations.
This retreat is suitable for health professionals, lay people, those new and those experienced in meditation.
Please contact Di on 021 025 35843 or email@example.com for more information.
“Most of us go to extraordinary lengths to ignore, laugh off or deny the fact that we are going to die, but preparing for death is one of the most rational and rewarding acts of a lifetime. It is an exercise that gives us the opportunity to deal with unfinished business and enter into a new and vibrant relationship with life” from “A Year to Live” by Stephen Levine.
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