About this Death Cafe
We’ve found that talking about death enriches our experience of life.
The conversations that ensue are as far from gloom and doom as could be possible.
They are lively, fun, invigorating and heart-warming. And the feeling of camaraderie and friendship has to be experienced to be believed.
The conversation is always new and fresh.
Each time we come together the changing mix of people ensures that you can come to any number of events and be guaranteed a vibrantly new and fresh experience each time.
Come along. You will find us a welcoming and friendly bunch.
When? Sunday, June 1st 2014
1.30 arrival – to order your cuppa and cake – for prompt start at 2.00. Finish at 4.00
About Leo Searle Hawkins
I help people who have lost a loved one to heal their lives through the gentle and compassionate practice of mindfulness.
My personal journey forms the experiential background to my work and is, I feel, what truly qualifies me to guide others.
I discovered the secret to peace and freedom by learning how to heal the awful pain of the deaths of both my parents, both my brothers, all my aunts and uncles, a friend who committed suicide and, on August 19th 2012, my beloved fiancee, Jenny.
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