Online Death Cafe Reno PST

Hosted by Rhaine Della Bosca


Date:

Nov. 16, 2021

Start time:

7:00 p.m. (Pacific Standard Time)

End time:

8:30 p.m. (Pacific Standard Time)

An Online Death Cafe

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About this Death Cafe

Hosted by Rhaine Della Bosca, join us for an interesting night of conversation - or just listen - what ever you are called to! At a Death Cafe people drink tea/coffee, eat cake or cookies and discuss death. Our aim is to increase awareness of death to help people make the most of their finite lives.

A Death Cafe is a group directed discussion of death with no agenda, objectives or themes. It is a discussion group rather than a grief support or counseling session.

- No charge to attend.

- Zoom link will be shared with attendees, so rsvp is necessary.

- Early sign-up is recommended.

- Due to the structure of the program, late arrivals will not be granted entry to the zoom session.


About Rhaine Della Bosca

~ Spiritual activist and expressive arts practitioner ~

Rhaine has been a Reno resident since 2011. She is passionate about the holistic healing arts, has had her own practice and is part of the Death-positive movement. She formed Death Café Reno in 2019.

 

 

In 2015, I experienced the up close and personal experience of a family member receiving a terminal diagnosis and was a part of her journey for the next two years. She died in 2017. This was my descent into the portal of mystery, dying and the unfolding of the many unsettling questions that lay before me. Her death affected me in ways I could not articulate, and a quest began from her death. I realized how ill-equipped I was in talking about and understanding death. I also wanted to better accept my own mortality.”

Rhaine has been a Reno resident since 2011. She is passionate about the holistic healing arts, has had her own practice and is part of the Death-positive movement. She formed Death Café Reno in 2019.

 

In 2015, I experienced the up close and personal experience of a family member receiving a terminal diagnosis and was a part of her journey for the next two years. She died in 2017. This was my descent into the portal of mystery, dying and the unfolding of the many unsettling questions that lay before me. Her death affected me in ways I could not articulate, and a quest began from her death. I realized how ill-equipped I was in talking about and understanding death. I also wanted to better accept my own mortality.”


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