How to Die? Try Dying into Love - Death and Dying Need Never be the...
There are 1 comment on the Seattle Post-Intelligencer story from Jun 11, 2012, titled How to Die? Try Dying into Love - Death and Dying Need Never be the.... In it, Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports that:
How to Die? Try Dying into Love - Death and Dying Need Never be the Same; How to "be" with the Dying to Ease Fear and Trauma; What to do Now to Create the Death you Want http://www.dyingintolove Aging Baby Boomers are facing issues around death and dying like never before and very few are prepared.
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#1 Jun 11, 2012
Death in our society I think is seen from a completely distorted perspective that in the long run does us all a lot of harm.
There’s a new video series that might interest you at http://www.dyingintolove.com that addresses a lot of these issues around death, presented by four leading authorities who have been sitting with the dying and teaching others to do the same for over 40 years. It’s called Dying Into Love and it features Ram Dass, Joan Halifax, Dale Borglum and Bodhi Be.
You know, before our “modern” age, virtually all cultures on earth wove Death rituals into the fabric of everyday life, enjoying the balance, appreciation and connection with their ancestors and children’s children that such practices create.
But, in today’s disconnected consumer culture, life is seen as an entitlement and death has no valued role – our ancestors are forgotten and the earth and our children’s future has been exploited and mortgaged away. Our deaths have been stripped of all intimacy and meaning by a profit-driven establishment that manipulates us and views death as failure, the end of their gravy train.
As the baby boomers age more and more of us are confronted with death issues and hardly anyone is prepared.
The result is fear, separation and suffering.
Dying Into Love at http://www.dyingintolove.com is dedicated to broadening the discussion around dying, providing information, both clinical and esoteric, so that all aspects of death can be reclaimed as sacred components 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 strengthen their spiritual connectedness in a disconnected world.
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