This is a profoundly moving podcast about what we may all be facing due to climate change. I was one of the four women who took part in the interviews.
Sue in conversation with Jools Barsky, co-founder of the Death Cafe movement about how Death Cafes help us to live consciously for a better world. Jools is 32 and the sister of Jon Underwood whose inspiration and vision created the global Death Cafe movement. Jon died suddenly in 2017 of an undiagnosed cancer. Jools … More The world would change if everyone one of us attended a Death Cafe
Thursday, 27th February, 2020 DOWNEND, BRISTOL, BS16 5RB Pop-up death cafe: 2.30 – 4.30 (further details provided for those who book a place) Places are limited so early booking is advisable – you can do so by emailing: Sue Brayne: firstname.lastname@example.org. Friday, 13th March, 2020 BRADFORD ON AVON, BA15 1JJ Pop up death cafe: 2.30 … More POP-UP DEATH CAFES FOR SPRING 2020
On this Brexit fuelled Election Day taking place on the mid winter Full Cold Moon, I notice a familiar deep-seated feeling intensify in my body, which the English language does not have a word to describe. Melancholia touches on it, but this is different to a brooding gloominess. Nostalgia may be a better description. Nostalgia comes … More Hiraeth: the call of Home
Sue in conversation with Fiona (Fi) Elwell about living consciously for a better world. Two years ago Fi was diagnosed with secondary cancer. She is in her early fifties and a single mum of her son who is now eight. Fi talks about her extraordinary journey into remission and how having cancer has influenced her desire … More I knew something was wrong, and I was right
Every six weeks I run a consciousness meeting for a group of women who want to talk about what really matters. The theme of solitude was chosen by a group member who is planning to run a retreat early in the new year. She wanted to explore how the rest of us experience solitude. Those … More Solitude Equals Home