How to make the ending of life a calm and graceful event for you and your loved ones
Whilst most of my content and teachings are focused on 'The Art of Health & Science of Wellbeing', we all have to recognize and come to terms with the fact that death is an unavoidable part of life. As I move into my 'golden years' this fact is becoming more and more real.
It is said that at birth and at death, the boundaries between the worlds dissolve, and sacred pathways open up between dimensions. A holy transition takes place.
It is said that death is only the end of this life in this dimension. We release our physicality and transform into a being of subtle energies and light.
Profound questions find their answers...
Is there a God? What’s really on the other side? Are those who’ve gone before waiting for me?
Yet most of us spend our lives avoiding thoughts about our own and others’ departures.
We associate death with suffering and loss, pain and crisis, fears and tears.
We receive and communicate the usual condolences, but their comfort and meaning may feel superficial.
This denial and avoidance can actually diminish the quality of our lives, negatively influencing our mental wellbeing and physical health.
William Bloom is a bit of an expert on dying.
His fascination with death traces to his 20s when he was gravely ill and had a number of near-death and out-of-body experiences. He says he went on to study 'almost every single piece of spiritual and esoteric teaching and metaphysical and tribal shaman teaching around death and dying'.
Without exception, all of them laid out a similar kind of map that squared with evidence emerging from hospitals and hospices — the whole of it affirming consciousness beyond death.
"The whole way we think and feel about death needs to transform", says William, described by Yoga Magazine as “a modern Western mystic considered by many to be Britain’s leading and most experienced mind-body-spirit teacher.” He is also a prolific author with 26 books on holistic health and spiritual wellbeing to his credit.
William will inclusively and encouragingly share how you can transform feeling disconnected from death into a life-changing and life-affirming connection to a higher, more loving cosmic realm that becomes easier to access as we approach or prepare for the end of life, however far in advance.
In this 60-minute free online event, you’ll:
By learning how to die well — and how to support others in doing the same — you ensure that you’re not living in denial. You transform that which you may fear into a liberating truth by which to live a fuller life.
Seeing death, thinking about it, and regarding it as a gateway to be welcomed — instead of something hard and horrible — can clear the clouds of denial and open your skies to a life that’s evermore rich, full, and real.
P.S. In The Art of Dying Well: Making the Transfer of Consciousness a Calm & Graceful Event for You & Your Loved Ones with William Bloom you’ll discover how when you confidently understand and cooperate with this life’s final initiation, you open yourself and others to a transformed experience of presence and peace that’s filled with consciousness and pure love.
We hope you’re able to catch the event as scheduled. But if you register and miss it, you’ll receive a downloadable recording as soon as it’s available. And then on 17th May, if you want to learn more, you can join Williams' live 7 week course 'The Sacred Journey of Dying'.
P.P.S. Make sure you're signed up to my enews (on the contact page) for further information coming on 'the art of dying well'.