Death Cafe profile for ajanta judd
About ajanta judd:
I'm a practitioner of Buddhist philosophy, meditation and mindfulness. I see it as a philosophy - not a religion. I'v done training as a Buddhist Chaplain in pastoral care work and am a qualified counsellor with qualifications of BA Honours and Grad Dip in Buddhist Psychotherapy & Counselling. I was a death celebrant for both my mother and my father and believe in the eternal and ongoing essence of each sentient being. I am familiar with many aspects of death and dying and although I have a Buddhist background I do not impose this philosophy on others and have utmost regard for an individuals right to their belief system.
What brings you to Death Cafe?
I live in rural Ballarat which is about 100 kilometres from Melbourne Australia which has a Death Cafe. Ballarat has a population of 90,000 people with an ageing population and I am interested in the Death Cafe concept. I believe wholeheartedly that death conversation should not be shunned and should be a matter of course in healthy conversation. I also like the social aspect of meeting to talk about this subject matter.
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With Ajanta Judd
Aug. 17, 2019, 10.00 a.m. - 2.00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time)
Death Cafe Cowes is being run as part of the annual 'Dying to Know' community events which aim to raise awareness of death as a normal adjunct to life. This ...
With Ajanta Judd
Aug. 8, 2015, 10.00 a.m. - 1.00 p.m. (Ballarat, Victoria is GMT/UTC + 10h during Standard Time)
Donations for advertising, flyers, etc and perhaps advertising a Meet Up group.
This event is for Dying to Know Day - 9 August 2015
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