Death Cafe Links and News Page
Posted by Heesun Kim on May 24, 2021, 9:16 p.m.
A virtual grieving space is offered from June 6th to June 13th, 2021, remotely broadcasting around the Grieiving Tree from the Lamvert campus of Pacifica Graduate Institute, CA.
Due to the tragic nature of the pandemic, most families could not bid farewell to their loved ones fully. As a collective spirit, we invite you to this event for tending your suffering and loss while share hearts through collective mourning.
Please join us in this special week of commemoration and share this with others. For more information, please visit the website, grievingtree.org.
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Posted by Rebecca Byatt on April 7, 2021, 8:03 a.m.
Covid 19 has meant that there have been times over the past year when attending a loved ones funeral was not allowed, due to local or national lockdown restrictions. Restrictions concerning the amount of guests allowed to attend funerals and travel restictions still stand. However, even without being present at the funeral there are different ways that you can honor and remember the deceased.
Have you lost someone special and had a difficult time accepting they are gone? Do you feel so alone because you miss them so much? My name is Reid and I'm the Creator of the Grief Refuge podcast. This is a resource for you to honor and help manage your grief. Through stories and reflective conversations shared on this podcast, listeners feel comfort and support to find meaning, live with purpose, and heal their hearts.
Grief can be so painful. It's my honor and passion to help people on their grief journey learn from loss and create a safe space for healing.
Posted by Puri on Dec. 2, 2020, 3:05 a.m.
Explicando el dolor emocional
La muerte, un spoiler
Decrecimiento y buen vivir
this is an affordable resource for those who have limited income and can not afford to publish an obituary in the newspaper. the obituary is not limited by size of the newspaper, or local area where the newspaper reaches. it can inform everyone; past and present from any community where one has lived that someone has died in real time. This is important to me because I have lost friends years after the fact and was devastated to hear about it.
“We don’t die alone,” says psychologist James Hillman, “Death is communal, entering the community of the dead, and the dead are already present in the heart.”
I have started a link to get people talking about grief and support the bereaved.
The titleand poem say it all.
Posted by Jools Barsky on Feb. 21, 2020, 7:13 a.m.
An opinion piece co-authored with Corrina Grimes, by Professor Brian Dolan, whom I had the pleasure of hearing speak at the Countess of Chester hospital in January 2020.
Prof Brian Dolan and Corrina Grimes outline the case for advance care planning in the context of patient time and their last 1,000 days...
A friend in India sent me this about the Kashi Labh guest house in Varanasi, the place people go to die. I was curious about the journalist so here's the back story too.
Project FUEL was founded in 2009 by Deepak Ramola when he was 17:
Guardian Angel was founded after the founder's mother’s fatal accident. Support Hubs are private online groups for bereaved families and friends. You can use them to co-ordinate funeral information, donations, memories and photos. You may wish to start a Support Hub or join an existing one.
Was asked to speak on the radio recently about Edmonton Alberta's first green burial cemetery. And of course Death Cafe came up!
"Day after day we remember the days that have gone on before, even though there is the interval of sleep. Finally there comes a time when, if we consider what is to our true liking, we will want to forget everything that went before. Then we can have the extraordinary experience of seeing the world once again through the eyes of a baby – whatever kind of baby. Then it will be completely new and we will have all the startling wonder that a child has, all the vividness of perception which we wouldn’t have if we remembered everything forever."