Death Cafe Links and News Page
To whomever is reading this,
This is a sensitive subject and the following lines are expressed with respect and care.
I'm working for a globally published author, who is writing her new book about how to live a meaningful life, but specifically from the perspectives of people who currently have or who have had a relationship with death.
We believe this perspective is infinitely valuable when it comes to teaching people how to truly live.
With this post, I'm looking for anyone who has faced end of life and is open to answer a few questions around it in order to contribute to a powerful resource for people on how to live life to the fullest.
By contributing, a framework of advice for people can be crafted regarding living a fulfilling life.
No personal details will be shared in the book, neither do we need your name, you can stay completely anonymous.
What the author is looking to do is to take the valuable insight that are shared and convert it into advice for people to live by.
So even though we seek insights from people who have faced end of life, the questions and book center around how to live a fulfilling life.
Some questions, as an example, are: How has your experience changed your perspective on life? What do you wish you would have known or learned sooner? What makes life worth living?
If you're open to looking at the questions that we crafted for contributors to answer, please folloe the link above to the questionnaire.
If hou have any questions, please reach out to me any time.
Thank you so much.
A Natural Burial emphasizes simplicity by returning the body to the Earth with as little impact on the environment as possible.
As a sub-project within the Nonreligion in a Complex Future project, we seek to gain a better understanding of the Death Café movement, and how people discuss and share their outlooks on death and dying through these events.
We are seeking to conduct group interviews with people who have previously attended a Death Café.
Group interviews will take place over Zoom
Please see the poster attached for ...
WhenYouDie.org is a wonderful resource for all things death and dying. There are podcasts, stories, articles, and a documentary series focused on what happens when you die. The first film in the series, In the Realm of Death & Dreaming, asks the big question: Does consciousness continue after death, or is it lights out?
As we all know, exploring what happens after death not only helps us decide how we want to be cared for at the end of life, but it reduces our fear of death. The When You Die team believes talking about death isn’t dangerous but, conversely, can nurture happier, healthier individuals and families ...
Wohin mit der Trauer, wenn man sich als Angehöriger nicht verabschieden konnte?
YET TO SAY :“Was ich dir noch sagen wollte…“
Das Kunstprojekt ´Covijo- 99´ beschäftige sich mit dieser und anderen Fragen.
Es möchte hier den Raum für diese letzten Worte bieten.
Der Komponist und Soundkünstler Andrea Rocca (@babymicrobesound @mechanical.eyelid) wird alle Nachrichten zu einem Requiem komponieren, eine immersive Soundlandschaft für das partizipative Performance Projekt ´Covijo-99´
Und so geht's:
Schicke mir eine private Sprachnachricht hier über Instagram.
Wem es lieber ist, kann mir die Worte schreiben (ebenfalls als private Nachricht) und wir werden die Nachrichten mit Schauspielern aufnehmen.
Alle Nachrichten ...
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Posted by Heesun Kim on May 24, 2021, 9:16 p.m.
A virtual grieving space is offered from June 6th to June 13th, 2021, remotely broadcasting around the Grieiving Tree from the Lamvert campus of Pacifica Graduate Institute, CA.
Due to the tragic nature of the pandemic, most families could not bid farewell to their loved ones fully. As a collective spirit, we invite you to this event for tending your suffering and loss while share hearts through collective mourning.
Please join us in this special week of commemoration and share this with others. For more information, please visit the website, grievingtree.org.
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Posted by Rebecca Byatt on April 7, 2021, 8:03 a.m.
Covid 19 has meant that there have been times over the past year when attending a loved ones funeral was not allowed, due to local or national lockdown restrictions. Restrictions concerning the amount of guests allowed to attend funerals and travel restictions still stand. However, even without being present at the funeral there are different ways that you can honor and remember the deceased.
Have you lost someone special and had a difficult time accepting they are gone? Do you feel so alone because you miss them so much? My name is Reid and I'm the Creator of the Grief Refuge podcast. This is a resource for you to honor and help manage your grief. Through stories and reflective conversations shared on this podcast, listeners feel comfort and support to find meaning, live with purpose, and heal their hearts.
Grief can be so painful. It's my honor and passion to help people on their grief journey learn from loss and create a safe space for healing.
Posted by Puri on Dec. 2, 2020, 3:05 a.m.
Explicando el dolor emocional
La muerte, un spoiler
Decrecimiento y buen vivir
“We don’t die alone,” says psychologist James Hillman, “Death is communal, entering the community of the dead, and the dead are already present in the heart.”
I have started a link to get people talking about grief and support the bereaved.
The titleand poem say it all.