Support around death & grief with Myrthe Peters
STUDIO: 9th October, 13th November and 11th December (Every second Monday of the month)
Die-alogues is a community gathering that offers an opportunity to explore the topic of death and dying, grief and loss in a taboo-less way. Welcoming, engaging and thought-provoking.
Die-alogues is one way to explore the death and dying, grief and loss topic. These sessions are characterised by curiosity, safety, and intimacy. A general theme will lead us into the conversation and bring together myths, facts and figures, and participants' perspectives.
By attending Die-alogues, you will learn about your choices at the end of your life and how to navigate conversations with your loved ones. Additionally, you will find a new sense of connection to yourself, life & death, and the people around you.
Who is this for?
For anyone & everyone:
What you will take away with you
Explore the topic in a safe space, widen your perspectives by engaging with other participants, and find a new sense of connection to yourself, life and death, and people around you.
Myrthe is a certified birth and end-of-life doula, offering people choice and companionship during life’s most significant transitions. The end-of-life space is one of her biggest passions, and she firmly believes that embracing this particular space as an entire chapter opens up a whole new experience of life.
She creates a safe space for individuals and groups to explore and experience death and dying, grief and loss. This space is characterised by comforting transparency, bridge-building between the medical world and our human experience, and simple ways to integrate new perspectives.
Additionally, working with altered states of consciousness also takes an important place in her work as this can be a powerful catalyst for healing, becoming familiar with death and grief and, therefore, living life more fully.
More info: https://www.fullcircledoula.org