Facing an end-of-life diagnosis can be daunting, confronting and frightening. In the West where discussion about death and dying is considered taboo, it can leave both the patient and their loved ones feeling a sense of hopelessness, as though nothing can be done.
However, something can be done to give meaning to end-of-life and to bring both the patient and their loved ones greater peace. Some of the following services do just that.
Therapeutic Sound, Reiki and Energy Cleansing
Each of these vibrational healing modalities can more effectively manage the patient’s symptoms on a physical and spiritual level as they move toward transition. Benefits of treatments are felt almost immediately.
Disconnect from discursive thinking
Induce states of deep relaxation and peace on a physical, mental, emotional and spiritual level
Release repressed emotions
Inspire a feeling of oneness with the Universe
Reduce anxiety and depression
Lower levels of perceived pain
Boost in natural opiates, inducing a sense of euphoria.
Choose how you want to be remembered; we help you create a legacy project that is meaningful to you and can act as a special reminder of you once you have transitioned. Legacy projects include photobooks, videos, life story books, herb and flower gardens, writing letters to unborn grandchildren, art projects and much, much more.
Personal Healing Work
Working with forgiveness, identifying regrets, releasing and letting go of resentment and past hurts, confronting any fears of death and dying.
Planning for a Good Death
What does a good death mean to you? Who do you want surrounding you as you leave your body? What do you want your room to look, smell, sound like? Do you want music and therapeutic sound, or a special passage read to you from a book? Do you want candles burning and particular memorable items surrounding you? Do you want the room to be quiet, or full of chatter and laughter? Together we create a plan for a death and transition that is meaningful to you.
Traditionally these have been called funerals, but that seems like such a sombre word when it should be a celebration of your life. Plan your own end-of-life celebration that says something about who you are as a person.
Vigil (Death Doula) Work
Supporting you and your family at your deathbed to aid in a peaceful transition.