Plant the seed....watch it grow
I like to create ways for connection with others around the topics of death, dying and funerals. We all carry our own wisdom and knowledge, so let's come together to share, learn and to empower each other to strengthen our relationship with life and death. We can have more peace, more healing, more space on this journey.
Opportunities to connect
We're all on a journey towards our inevitable deaths. We don't like to think about death, much less plan for it.
This workshop facilitates the process of planning for end-of-life in a relaxed and supported space with others who want to do the same. Let the power of exploring your options and sharing ideas lead you to a path of peace.
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Death is one of our greatest teachers. This beautifully unique guided meditation by Relle has been designed to support you to prepare for death, to meet death, to consciously turn toward death and lean into this great mystery. It will also have an impact on how you ‘spend’ the time you have left in this life whether that time is long or short.
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Come together for open conversation and wisdom sharing about life, death and grief over cake and a cuppa.
Meeting 1st Sunday of the month
(except school holidays)
Steam & Cedar Cafe
19 Kinchela St, Gladstone, NSW
Death never takes the wise man by surprise,
he is always ready to go
- Jean de La Fontaine
My Journey Workshop Series
We're all on a journey towards our inevitable deaths. We don't like to think about it, much less plan for it. Be in the driver's seat by empowering yourself with choice.
Who is this workshop for?
This workshop series is for anyone of any age wishing to approach life and death from an empowered place in alignment with their philosophy for living.
It's for active travellers on the journey of life who want to be empowered by the many choices we have around death, dying, funerals and ultimately, grief. You may be facing your end-of-life because of illness or age, you may have had a personal experience with death prompting you to evaluate what you want for your own death, or you may want to live with the knowledge you are prepared for death.
This process can be delivered one-on-one through individual Doula support and planning for people who are not comfortable in a group setting.