We live in a culture that is in awe of wealth and all it can provide. We also live in a culture where
it is difficult to talk about and contemplate death. – Tom Deans
Fear of death is not new. Ernest Becker’s book, The Denial of Death, expresses that we are a culture afraid of something we can’t purchase protection or exemption from – death. But, the consequences of not dealing with this fear are far reaching with respect to our ability to live full and extraordinary lives.
There is no better way for you to unlearn the fear of death and dying than to do so in partnership with those you love. By talking with your loved ones about the consequences of our mortality, the potential for living life more purposefully and abundantly is vastly improved.
But, do you know how to that talk? Do you struggle with engaging loved ones in end of life conversations? Let us help you! Come and join Dr. Rima Thapar and myself on Saturday November 16th, in a thought-provoking, interactive workshop where we explore the body, mind and soul aspects of the death and dying experience. We will:
If you are seeking an open supportive atmosphere in which to talk about the greater impact of death and dying on you and your loved ones, this workshop is for you.
If you are a caregiver, an older adult, a child of an older adult, dealing with a life-threatening illness, preparing your will or preplanning your funeral or simply seeking to open the conversation with a loved one, then this workshop is for you.
All participants will receive:
Percentage of proceeds will go to support Oakville Community Foundation’s Community Classroom Program