Death Can Change Your Whole Life Program
250 1400 $250.00 - $1,400.00
A Celebratory Journey of Life and Death
Dec 9, 2021 - May 31, 2022
Length of Program: 6 Months. You are also welcome to select only one session or just the ones that speak to you.
Dates: Dec 9, 2021 - May 31, 2022
Contribution: $1500 @ $250 per month or $1,400 if paid in full at sign up
Pre-requisite: Open to all who have taken a meditation class
Class Dates: Dec 9 , 2021, Jan 13, Feb 10, March 10, April 14, May 12, 2022
Classroom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88950726427
2022 Class Session Dates:
A Celebratory Journey of Life and Death
Two of the highest creative moment in one’s life, birth and death. The latter is inevitable part of life.
Story of My Father Passing
As a young child I had horrible nightmare about death. The missing piece at the time for me in my young brain I saw death as the end of me, my parents. I did not understand then that the body dies, in the same way it is birthed, but the spirit lives on.
Growing up I was not exposed to death that much, a couple of family friends, a kid at school. Nobody that I was close to, except for one of our family friends that I adored. The loss was devastating, I did not understand why he left me so soon, I was 12 and he was in his early 30 ‘s. Why? Where did he go? What was happening? Later on as I started my psychic training, I became aware of our duality: Spirit – eternal and body - temporal and things started to make more sense, but I was still disturbed by the process.
When my father died 30 years ago, I was so lost. First while going through his process, he was in and out of hospital for 2 ½ years with various heart problems. I live in California, he lived in France. I saw him once a year when I would return for a visit. While he was “dying”, my body was sick the entire time with no real medical reason. In my psychic reading I was told “Your father is dying in your body, that is why your body is sick.” Hum. OK …. But what can I do? My father was a proud and lifelong atheist, however, faced with his mortality for the first time at age 72 (except for a short cold here and there he was never sick) he freaked out in the same way I was freaking out as a kid about death. As an atheist, when the body dies that is it! End of the line. Well that did not sit well with him, so he figured I knew something he did not because of my psychic training and he climbed in my body looking for the answer to: What happen after I die?
Many times while he was sick, I thought I was dying, I even had suicidal moments – short lived but still real. My last visit to my parents as I was kissing him good bye and hugging him, we looked at each other in the eyes and we both knew that this was the last time we were to see each other in the body. The grief was immense, like a bottomless pit. I got in my car and burst into tears. Six month later he was dead. Before I knew that he had died at the exact moment of his death I experienced this intense sense of freedom. I realized later that was him leaving his body for good and feeling free. There are so many levels to death; for the person letting go of their body (whether it is a sudden death or a long process) and for the people (family, friends, loved ones) who go on living.
Outline of the Program
Are you afraid of death? Your own? Others?
Understanding and embracing death.
How did you die in your last past life?
Spirit hello, without body!
How to handle, death of loved one(s).
Can you prepare for it?
How to handle the loss?
Seeing the mockup of the departed one, honoring it!
How to help someone transition out of the body and in letting go of attachments.
And after death. Where does spirit go? What does spirit do there? For how long?
Do you want to let go of spirit, or do you want to hang on? Does it make you a bad person if you let go?
How to handle the genetic turmoil when a parent dies. Father? Mother?
What is the dead person’s mockup? What was the learning for him/her?
What kind of space are they in?
What is grief? What is a death counseling? What is a grief counseling?
How do you handle grief for yourself and others?
Being a spiritual counselor for the one dying or the one left behind.
How the death of a father or mother can have huge ramifications.
Recognizing the TM moments when you are being your mother or father.
Online Attendance Policy:
- For all online attendance, it is the full responsibility of the attendee/student to have the right equipment and internet high speed connection to attend any of SIC activities.
- Tablets and iPhones are not recommended to attend classes online as they are not stable enough. Drops are very common and audio can be of poor quality.
- Recommended lap tops and other more stable computers as well as headsets with mike option.
- The teachers will not hold back a class should an attendee experience technical difficulties. For first time attendees, SIC offers a free tutorial. Contact Carmen for more information.
- If is the student's responsibility to create a home sanctuary with no distractions. Attending classes in a car, coffee shop or other public places is not suitable for online classes.
- Should the attendee/student's lack of good equipment or grounded sanctuary create disturbance for the other students, the attendee/student will see his/her mike privilege taken away, or if on Skype, will get dropped out of the class.
- We are committed to creating a sanctuary for all to find their own space and honor other's finding their own space as well.
If you are interested in finding out more about The Death Can Change Your Life Program, please fill out the online form or give us a call!
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