We are born, we do stuff, we die

We are born, we do stuff, we die. Not only that, but our ancestors were born, did stuff and died and so will those who follow us. This obvious existential truth is the holding frame for our Live Well Die Wise gatherings. Within this frame we will, together, touch the moment in which we each find ourselves - today, now. This ‘moment’ may be a life transition of some sort: a relationship change, a personal or global health crisis, a professional decision to be taken, maybe we find ourselves wondering how many more summers we have left or see the climate emergency as an existential moment for humanity. We invite a maximum of eight people to join virtual sessions on 14th and 28th October, 11th and 25th November 2020 at 20.00 Central European Summer Time each for an hour and half. All participants must be able to attend all sessions.

2020-09-07T22:42:25+02:00April 14th, 2020|

Why should dying be news to anyone?

So I’m telling you that I believe the depression, which is misdiagnosed all the time, does not come from the fact that we are dying; It comes from the fact that we are dying here… now…

2019-06-11T20:14:37+02:00April 18th, 2018|

I don’t want it to hurt

‘So here’s the dilemma” Stephen Jenkinson addresses his audience in the documentary ‘Griefwalker’; ‘The old scheme of pain and symptom-management was going to be the magic bullet, meaning people will be able to die well. The consequences being what?...

2019-06-11T20:21:46+02:00April 18th, 2018|
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