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Guiding you through life's transitions

A compassionate death acknowledges the uniqueness of one's journey and circumstances, cultivating a sense of humanity, kindness, and respect throughout the entire process helping individuals transition with a sense of peace, while offering support to their loved ones.

Have you ever reflected on what happens to your body after you die? Whether you choose a more traditional route (from caskets to cremation) or alternatives such as green burial, aquamation, natural organic reduction - planning ahead is the best decision you can make.

What can you do to get started?

  • Start conversations with your loved ones - let them know the basics:

    • For your transition, how can everyone make sure you are comfortable and cared for?

    • What would you like to happen at your memorial or celebration of life?

    • Find comfort in knowing there will be grief support for your loved ones.

  • Think about legacy projects that you would enjoy leaving behind for others to remember you.

  • Get your affairs in order with a medical directive, will or living trust if applicable to your situation.

  • Visit your local funeral home and ask questions, they will have a number of resources to guide you through the process.

  • Have a conversation with your medical provider about palliative care, hospice, or other arrangements.

  • Understand your rights, know your options, and have a trusted advocate by your side.

If you are here, you're ready take charge of your life. Are you ready to experience some breakthroughs?

Having overcome many obstacles myself, I share lessons learned through my writing and poetry.

Latest Inspiration

Death is not painful.
It is the most beautiful experience you will have.

...Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

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