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Pragmatic and heart-centred end-of-life planning can light up your life and connect you with what matters most. The best time to plan for the end of your life is now. When you consciously contemplate and connect with others around your inevitable and unpredictable death, it will change how you die—and how you live, right here, right now, and for the rest of your life. This interactive presentation will introduce and explore WILLOW’s holistic, nine-point, end-of-life planning checklist and participants will dive into the suggested starting point: making sense of life and death.
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Informative and inspiring death education starts with personal reflection, including how you make sense of your finite life and your inevitable death. In a safe, creative and fun workshop you’ll identify your core values and explore your relationship with death, discover five core factors that influence your decision making for how you’ll be cared for after you die, including ecological + social impact, and begin to craft your personal set of Departure Directions, WILLOW’S term for your written instructions or guidelines—determined by your values, beliefs and priorities.
Wake-up before your time’s up! No matter what kind of life you live, how much money you have, or what you think of your accomplishments, consider that you have a legacy. Inside a thoughtful and dynamic group process you will reflect on your life and your legacy, identify who and what matters most to you and begin to write lasting messages for those you love and future generations.
This RoM Learning Circle is an example of a public or community-based event facilitated by Reena and Michelle. Sponsored by a municipally-owned and operated cemetery and attended at no cost by the general public, this two-hour death-education workshop is considered a public service by our client. Every month we find creative ways to explore the reality of our shared mortality through a discussion topic such as:
Your fears around death and dying
Remembering and being remembered
The role of your cultural, spiritual and community traditions in supporting you (or not) around your inevitable death and dying
Greening your death
How death and dying can impact your people, your community and your world
Interested in a sponsoring or hosting a RoM Learning Circle as a one-off event or a series?
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