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http://shambhalatimes.org/2014/05/25/an-intimate-death/

http://shambhalatimes.org/2014/05/25/an-intimate-death/

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Hospice and Palliative care guide for Caregivers - what to look for when your loved one is at the end stages of life.

The Importance of Communicating Your End-of-Life Care Wishes | The Intentional Caregiver

This final part of life can be the sweetest part because after all we've done, we can finally appreciate how precious a gift life truly is.

"Let's talk about dying"  We can’t control if we’ll die, but we can “occupy death,” in the words of Dr. Peter Saul. At TEDxNewy he calls on us to make clear our preferences for end of life care -- and suggests two questions for starting the conversation.

This talk is quite sensitive and has a bit of a fresh take on topics like death, and euthanasia. It's worth a watch, before you need to watch it :) TEDxNewy 2011 - Peter Saul - Dying in century Australia, a new experience for all of us.

Lien Foundation and Moonshine Movies 2012, Life Before Death

Lien Foundation and Moonshine Movies Life Before Death

Photograph by Todd Korol The rise of the death doula  Counselling, forgiveness rituals, at-home funerals—death midwives provide end-of-life spiritual care for the secular

Photograph by Todd Korol The rise of the death doula Counselling, forgiveness rituals, at-home funerals—death midwives provide end-of-life spiritual care for the secular

I am a doula. I am also a hospital chaplain. In holding space for birthing and dying, I’ve come to see one thing clearly. Standing with an open heart in the presence of birth is very much like standing with an open heart in the presence of death.

Article: Doula for the dying: Connecting birth and death. Daughters of 97 year-old William Vance Wright hold vigil.

Most Hospice providers offer bereavement services to any member of the community who has suffered a loss through the death of a family member. There is usually no cost for any of these services as they are supported  by charitable donations. #hospicemonth

♥ Most Hospice providers offer bereavement services to any member of the community who has suffered a loss through the death of a family member. There is usually no cost for any of these services as they are supported by charitable donations.

More to Death January 2013

More to Death January 2013

Screens, Death

What’s a Death Midwife? Inside the Alternative Death Care Movement From funeral cooperatives to green burials, there's a kinder, gentler, less expensive way to die.

Our Co-op Funeral Home's managing funeral director Nora Menkin is interviewed for this great article in Yes Magazine.

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