A Good Death and Transfer of Consciousness
Online Course – Zoom
Monday 6 September and Tuesday 7 September
7:30pm — 9:00pm (London time)
In these two sessions I will explain the essential strategies needed for a good death and a graceful transfer of consciousness into the afterlife. I will describe how to prepare for your own passing and also clarify how you can support others.
These sessions will reassure and help people too who may want to resolve their own past encounters with the deaths of loved ones.
The approach is universal and suitable for people of all faiths and none.
It only requires a heart and mind open to the possibility of an afterlife.
It includes the classical practices taught for example in the Tibetan and Egyptian Books of the Dead.
It also incorporates important elements of mindfulness and compassionate care.
I have been working in this field since my own severe illness and ongoing near-death and out-of-the-body experiences in the 1970s. Since that time I have helped many others prepare for their own passing and led many trainings in how to support people approaching end of life, including trainings for hospice carers and medics.
I am director of the Spiritual Companions Trust, a patron of the healing Trust and author of many books including The Power of Modern Spirituality and The Endorphin Effect.
— Universal map of transfer of consciousness at death
— Separation of consciousness from physical body
— Journey across to the next dimension, the ‘clear light’
— Definition of ‘clear light.’
— Passing easily and gracefully through the energy states known as purgatory (Catholic) and bardo (Tibetan Buddhism)
- How to calm body and emotions
- How to connect with clear light
- Attitude of mindfulness and courage
— Reprise of Session One
— Tailor-made pathways across to the clear light
— Lessons from the Tibetan Book of the Dead
— How to help another pass over – co-presence, reassurance, facilitating pathways to clear light
— Healing, integrating and completing past encounters with death
The course is live and will not be recorded.
It will be friendly and accessible. Tell your friends.