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Four Authorities Share How To Reclaim ALL Aspects of Death
as Sacred Components of Everyday Life & Do Away With FEAR
We have all kinds of education – but what prepares us
to deal with the death of a loved one or our own passing?
How can we be of the highest service to
someone who is dying and not “Burn Out”?
Based on a series of three workshops, learn from four
leaders in the field: What to expect when you’re expecting to die.


Our lack of reconciliation with the truth of our mortality
I feel has given rise to global suffering, consumerism, stupidity…
– Joan Halifax Roshi


Now is the time for us all to consider what we’re missing as a
culture because of our disconnection from our own mortality.
– Ram Dass


Dying Into Love is a series of 42 on-line videos, in bite-sized chunks,
totaling almost 18 hours, from three intimate workshops
illuminating all aspects of dying, clinical and esoteric,
in order to reclaim death as a sacred component of everyday life.


Some of the participants are professional caregivers, some are dying
themselves, and some are spiritual people who wish to consider
the issues of death as a way of enhancing their
own consciousness and move closer to God.


Ram Dass – Joan Halifax – Dale Borglum – Bodhi Be

Ram Dass 40+ years a pioneer of awakened consciousness, and service as a spiritual path. World-renowned author and lecturer. Co-founder of the Seva Foundation, The Prison Ashram Project and The Dying Project.

Joan Halifax Roshi Buddhist teacher, Zen priest, anthropologist, and author. Founder of Upaya Zen Center. She has worked in the area of death and dying for over 30 years and is Director of the Project on Being with Dying.

Dale Borglum Founder of The Living/Dying Project, working with 1000’s of people with life-threatening illness & their families for over 30 years. Co-author of Journey of Awakening: A Meditator’s Guidebook

Bodhi Be Interfaith minister, hospice volunteer and funeral director, founded DOORWAY INTO LIGHT offering goods and services for the dying and families, green/home funerals, advance directives, workshops…


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