Dying Consciously: The Greatest Journey is a service dedicated to helping people make their final transition. It is designed for all persons involved in the dying process: the individual, family members, friends, hospice workers and support groups. It offers a message of hope that helps to bring dignity and peace back to the dying process for all involved. The goal of the Dying Consciously Project is to help the dying and their families so that the dying process can be met with grace and dignity. Dying Consciously is based on the great death rites practiced by the ancient traditions that held the secret of conscious death. These rites allow us to understand the kind of psychological and emotional closure needed throughout the death process. They provide specific steps to bring reconciliation and healing both to the loved ones and to the person dying.
"In modern society, death is often a source of fear and anxiety. Many die in great distress, with unresolved issues weighing heavily on themselves and their families."
There are ways to assist those loved ones who may have died in a place of being over-medicated, unconscious, or not ready to die, including individuals who may have been in extreme emotional pain or have committed suicide. These circumstances require advanced Shamanic techniques known as the Surrogate Death Rites.
Please contact usto engage in a private session to assist these loved ones.
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"Spirit is not woo woo. It's who we are." - Bob Proctor