11 November to 13 November
About The great journey: mapping the subtle, experiencing the sacred in death and dying
Today, the lack of direct experience or understanding of the transcendent and sacred aspects of dying is all too common.
Equally, there is a widespread avoidance of death as a subject to be explored and integrated into our lives. Can it be different? What happens when we die and after death?
In this workshop, these and other fundamental questions are addressed at length. I will offer practical knowledge of what occurs during the process of dying.
This entails an introduction to maps of meaning that guide our experience alongside simple but powerful contemplative practices – a combination that provides an integral understanding of the dying process.
Such knowledge enriches our view of death as a wondrous journey and is an opportunity to better prepare us for our own departure as well as accompany a friend or relative in this process.
This full residential retreat includes all meals and B&B during your stay from Friday 5.00pm to Sunday 12.30pm.
The retreat ends at 12.30pm on Sunday, but lunch is included at 1.00pm should you choose to stay for the meal.
Age guidance: 21+
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If you have questions about the course or would like to learn more, please contact the instructor Elsa Stevenson directly at email@example.com