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Being A Soul Midwife

Being A Soul Midwife

I am a Soul Midwife. I just didn’t know it until I read Felicity Warner’s The Soul Midwives’ Handbook: The Holistic & Spiritual Care of the Dying. Anyone who is a companion to the dying and helps them transition is actually helping birth their entry into a new realm. As the Founder of the Soul… Continue Reading

How to Help A Grieving Friend (Part 2)

How to Help A Grieving Friend (Part 2)

My conversation with Katherine Conway, founder of Helping Friends Grieve continues… 4. You study and work in the field of transitional justice. In traveling the world and working with communities around mourning, memory, memorialization and loss, what are some of the biggest lessons that have come your way? I learned the most important lesson of… Continue Reading

Don’t Wait for Tomorrow

Don’t Wait for Tomorrow

When I returned home after my evening walk, my 19-year-old daughter had her nose in her iPhone. Nothing unusual. But my post-walk chatter was greeted with complete silence. This was unusual. As I paused to register what might be going on, she turned to me and said, “Ma, Mr. Williams (name changed) passed away.” “Oh, I… Continue Reading