Although we will all encounter death as a reality in our lives, there tends to be a great amount of 'taboo' around speaking openly about this part of living.
Although we will all encounter death as a reality in our lives, there tends to be a great amount of ‘taboo’ around speaking openly about this part of living. The objective of the death café is to intentionally engage in thought-provoking and life-affirming conversations around an experience that influences all our lives. It is not a counseling or bereavement session, rather an opportunity to cultivate compassion and courage to dialogue about death and dying and increase our awareness with the view of making the most of our finite precious lives!
Join us for an afternoon of exploration, conversation and a guided meditation to close.
The event is open to everyone inclusive of all spiritual and non-spiritual beliefs, and organized from what is called a “death positive” or “death acceptance” framework. Such a framework encourages people to think about death as a normal and natural part of life, to talk about death and dying while we are alive, to communicate our end-of-life wishes and to learn from this profound human experience.
The Death Café is organized by the Grenada Listening Project and co-facilitated by CarlySoul (healing arts practitioner, Reiki, movement and soul worker) and Maureen St Clair (artist, peace educator, activist and writer).
Sunday, February 2, 2020
Lance aux Epines Cottages (Meeting Room)
St. Georges, Grenada, W.I.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited!
Free (donations accepted)
Check out the global movement at: www.deathcafe.com.
(Sunday) 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Lance aux Epines Cottages - Meeting Room