When:
May 14, 2017 @ 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM America/Los Angeles Timezone
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End of Life Decisions: Making Hard and Loving Choicesregister2

Sunday, May 14th, 3:00 – 6:00 pm

What if we could plan for a meaningful death that expresses the fullness of a life well lived?

Most of us leave our end of life experiences and decisions in the hands of loved ones paralyzed with grief or strangers and medical personnel with their own agendas and fears. Dying is a most vulnerable time, but can be eased and made meaningful when prepared for and with the support of a loving environment that carries us through the transition.

In this workshop, guided by Pat Berube, R.N, through presentation, video clips, and discussion, we will examine real life scenarios of people who are facing death.  We will talk about the challenges and difficulties of dying, as well as the processes that we can do now that can lead to a meaningful death, and the love and joy that arise when we fully let go of our fear, and let our true nature flow.  We will look at ways to document our intent and decisions for our end of life care in advance, to help ensure a loving, peaceful and meaningful death.

This workshop is open to everyone.

Location: Sukhasiddhi Center, Fairfax CA.

Cost: $45-55

Member cost: $35

CEs: This workshop provides 3 CE units for Registered Nurses (Provider No. CEP16083). No extra charge.

Registration: Register Here

Questions? Contact Us

Teacher

patberubePat Berube first started meditating over 30 years ago and has studied with Asian and Western teachers. For over 14 years, she has studied with Lama Palden, completing both the 5-year Shangpa lineage program and intra-lineage teachers training. She holds a masters degree in counseling and has been an RN for nearly 40 years. Her personal interest is in psycho-spirtual development and integrating the dharma in everyday life. Pat directs the Clear Light Institute at Sukhasiddhi, which supports contemplative approaches to dealing with illness, death, and dying.

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