Category Archives: palliative care

Nurse Shares 30 Years Experiences with Death and Dying

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A Simple Effective Practice for Meditation and End of Life Care

Essential Phowa Practice By Christine Longaker In the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, Phowa is considered the most valuable and effective practice for death. The word phowa means the transference or ejection of consciousness into the state of truth. Its success relies … Continue reading

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The Voyager’s Prayer Project

The Voyager’s Prayer Project Essential help for those in transition The Voyager’s Prayer Project is intended to offer guidance and support to voyagers everywhere. The Labyrinth Readers Society is an international group that for over 30 years has been offering readings from … Continue reading

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One Man’s Quest to Change the Way We Die

See a story about Dr. B.J. Miller and the Zen Hospice in this recent article in NY Times. The Zen Hospice Project has long been a forerunner in the conscious death and dying movement. From their website: Zen Hospice Project’s legacy … Continue reading

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Professional and Family Care Provider Workshop for 2017

Learn 5 Easy Techniques to Help Manage Your Stress A WORKSHOP FOR THERAPISTS, NURSES & CLINICIANS as well as FAMILY AND PROFESSIONAL CARE PROVIDERS This workshop provides the tools and techniques for you to EASILY and EFFECTIVELY deal with stress, … Continue reading

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A Buddhist Grief Observed

A Buddhist Grief Observed by Guy Newland is a thought provoking, valuable book which I just finished reading and highly recommend. I picked this little book up to scan it for a series of caregiver talks that I have been … Continue reading

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