We’re almost halfway through series three of Embracing Your Mortality. What a wonderful gathering of speakers dedicated to helping us all to see death and dying in a different way. So, if you haven’t already, do treat yourself. You will find these interviews inspiring, uplifting and thought provoking.
Friday 15th October: Terry Le Page – American pastor, talking about consciousness, the major changes we are all facing and how to engage with deep adaptation to support ourselves.
Friday 22nd October: Sisse Budolfsen – founder of the Himalayan Hermitage, talking about how her Buddhist practice has deepened her acceptance of life, death and mortality.
Friday 29th October: Ken Ross – son of Swiss psychiatrist Elisabeth Kubler Ross and chair of the EKR foundation, talking about carrying on his mother’s work of living with love, not fear.
Friday 5th November: Mandy Preece – spiritual midwife and author of Being Rock, talking about how to be present at the moment of death, and the essential role of good listening.
And, there’s more golden nuggets to come:
Friday 19th November: Angela Ward – award winning funeral director, talking about the importance of ceremony and how the funeral industry is rapidly adapting to new ways of saying farewells.
Friday 26th November: Michelle Smith – director of clinical hospice services, talking about how to manage difficult conversations and provide emotional support to businesses and organisations.
Friday 3rd December: Michael – earth medicine man talking about the use of sacred ceremony and plant medicines to access deeper awareness and connection with universal consciousness.
Friday 10th December: Rosie Ellis and Lauren McDonald – founders of the Essence Medicine Institute, talking about fascinating research around the use of psychedelics at the end of life.
Friday, 17th December – An early Christmas treat with world renowned neuropsychiatrist Dr Peter Fenwick, talking about consciousness, end of life experiences and near-death experience.
Don’t forget to listen series one and two as well.