Date & Time
9:30 am - 4:00 pm
The Art of Dying Institute presents:
What if we re-imagined the end of life as a vital and purposeful stage of being fully human? In a death-phobic culture, practices that wake us up to our mortality are countercultural and radical acts. How do we learn and practice this particular path of awakening?
To imagine new possibilities, we benefit from drawing out of a different well of thinking and experience—perhaps a different kind of knowing. Contemplative and mythic traditions teach the necessity of an inner path of dying—so that we can be more fully present with our own and others’ grief, losses, and death.
This session draws from experiential practices, storytelling, music, and focused reflection to explore the mystery and meaning in dying – and how it changes how we live.
A One-Day Workshop
Sunday, February 16, 2020, 9:30 am – 4:00 pm (9:30 am – 5:00 pm for certificate students)
$220 (Members & Nonmembers) Early Bird rate of $190 expires on 1/6
This course can be taken individually or as part of the Integrative Thanatology Certificate Program
New York Open Center
Jan Booth, MA, RN, NC-BC, has worked as a nurse for many years within the intersection of quality of life and end of life, as a hospice/palliative care nurse and as an end-of-life coach and educator. She serves as faculty for the International Nurse Coach Association and the Conscious Dying Institute, and is the author of Re-Imagining the End-of-Life: Self-Development & Reflective Practices for Nurse Coaches.