Discover what really matters to you & get your end of life planning in order with ease, inspiration and great company!
“Love Letters + Heart Wills … was ground-breaking, transformative and essentials reflections for the soul.”
Death: We are all going to experience it, whether it’s a sudden and unexpected death, or the eventually anticipated variety. It’s that one thing that we’re all sure about. It’s going to happen to you, and it probably already happened to someone you love. Yet most of us are unprepared.
Many of us die with regret, fear, or anxiety because of what we didn’t do, or didn’t say to people left behind. And sadly, death can tear families apart because people who love each other don’t know how to talk about how they’re feeling or what’s going to happen to them.
Death is the one certainty in life, yet we live our lives doing our best not to talk about it.
It doesn’t have to be this way.
We believe that imagining the end of your life will inspire you to live fully now.
Imagine being at peace – within yourself, with your family, with your friends and within your community – knowing that you’ve expressed and recorded your most important life learnings and written letters to those you love.
Picture integrating your values into what will be your ultimate transformation. By contemplating your mortality now, your dying will reflect your living.
How it Works
Love Letters + Heart Wills is an inquiry process that will inspire you to live fully now!
Inside a thoughtful and dynamic group process and with support, ease and great company you’ll reflect on your life and create lasting messages for those you love.
Over the course of the workshops you will be supported to:
- Uncover the scope of your feelings about your inevitable death.
- Reflect on your life and how you want to be remembered.
- Write a Heart Will to capture your wisdom, wishes, and messages to share at or before your death.
- Discover who + what matter most to you.
- Consider seeking, bestowing, and accepting forgiveness.
- Write at least one Love Letter to a specific person to read before or at the time of your death.
Between sessions, you can expect email support and to spend about two hours reflecting and writing.
Spark your imagination
You’ll get the support and accountability of a group organized by a knowledgeable person you respect and trust. If you value having a dedicated time and place to learn while connecting with other open-minded creative souls on this path of discovery, you’ll love this unique shared experience.
We guarantee that your time with us will nurture your passion for life and enhance your awareness about what matters most to you. You’ll discover what you didn’t know you didn’t know about expressing your essence until the very end of your life.
Pour plus d’information, contacter Denise LeBlanc, au (506) 874-1112 ou par courriel firstname.lastname@example.org.
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An intuitive facilitator with a love of nature, Denise believes that good information gathering is essential for good decision making. Denise loves sharing what she learns about end of life planning so we can all live and die well.
Over the past 30 years, Denise has facilitated and coordinated many groups, starting her coaching journey at age 15 with Summer youth camps followed by young-adult programs with Katimavik and Canada World Youth. Later on, she worked with various groups, advocating a holistic approach through meditation as well as nature gatherings. Denise now brings all of her learning together with a focus on end of life planning and reflection, to live and die well.
Une facilitatrice intuitive avec un amour de la nature, Denise est d’avis qu’avoir accès à la bonne information s’avère essentiel pour la prise de bonnes décisions. Denise aime partager ce qu’elle apprend au sujet de la planification de fin de vie afin que l’on puisse tous bien vivre et bien mourir.
Au cours des 30 dernières années, Denise a agit en tant que facilitatrice et coordonnatrice pour de nombreux groupes, ayant débuté dès l’âge de 15 ans lors de camps d’été jeunesse pour ensuite se concentrer sur des programmes pour jeunes adultes avec Katimavik et Jeunesse Canada Monde. Depuis, elle a travaillé avec des groupes divers, privilégiant une approche holistique par le biais de la méditation de même que des rassemblements en nature. Denise combine maintenant tous ses acquis avec un focus sur la planification et reflexions de fin de vie – afin de bien vivre et bien mourir.