Date & Time
9:30 am - 5:00 pm
The Art of Dying Institute presents:
Grief and death are rites of passage and are best experienced consciously and deliberately. Much work is done to focus on the literal needs of those who are dying and those who are grieving; however, mythic and energetic processes surrounding death and grief are essential to being conscious and deliberate.
Whether the experience is a sudden traumatic death or a slower transition, the mythic and the energetic shift the very essence of how we experience death and dying and allow us to rediscover how to embrace life as well.
In this one-day workshop, we will focus on the mythic by celebrating being the creators of our own stories and the energetic by honoring the fields of possibilities that interconnect each of us. By creating rituals to honor grief and death, designing ceremonies for transformation, and celebrating a successful passage, we embrace life, grief, and death.
A One-Day Workshop
Sunday, May 17, 2020, 9:30 am – 5:00
$220 (Members & Nonmembers) Early Bird rate of $190 expires on 4/6
This course can be taken individually or as part of the Integrative Thanatology Certificate Program.
New York Open Center
Jeffery R. Black, MDiv, MD, completed a BA in Psychology from Furman University, an MDiv from Southeastern Theological Seminary and his MD, Psychiatric Residency and Fellowship from the Medical College of Georgia. He is completing a degree in Ayurvedic Medicine from the California College of Ayurveda. He has studied with indigenous healers of the Americas and is a member of the Living and Dying Consciously Project. He is certified to teach Conscious Transitions: Living with Dying and has led workshops on the healing power of ritual and ceremony. Currently he assists those with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder and grief after traumatic loss.