“In the dualism of death and life there is a harmony. We know that the life of a soul, which is finite in its expression and infinite in its principle, must go through the portals of death in its journey to realize the infinite.” – Rabindranath Tagore
Serenity for the Final Passage
Our fast-paced and high strung society has completely waived out the notion of discussing death and therefore accepting it. Death is more than just a casket. Death goes deeper beyond any service at a funeral parlor. Death doesn’t have to solely focus on mourning or departing from our loved ones. Death is a release and a metamorphosis.
Everybody deserves to die with compassion, care, and dignity. Seeking out an End-of-Life Doula is a different way for approaching death that involves bringing light to all the options for your last months or final days. We provide you with outlets on navigating through the process of grief with family, cultivating meaning, defining a legacy, and making amends with yourself and the relationship that each of us must face with the unknown.
To support, serve, and guide you and your families through the stages of dying so that emotional, spiritual, and physical needs are met. This is a very sacred chapter that every living creature must take. My goal is to help alleviate your fears and transform them into a peaceful surrender, in such a way, that your final breath will be a sigh of relief and awe.
To remind the family that grief is a process that doesn’t belong in a timeline or definition. You are not alone in this.
To help define meaning for everybody involved. Every death that we encounter will be different and therefore is extraordinarily unique and special. I truly believe that every loved one in our life plants seeds and through death they bloom.
“You would know the secret of death.
But how shall you find it unless you seek it in the heart of life?
The owl whose night-bound eyes are blind unto the day cannot unveil the mystery of light.
If you would indeed behold the spirit of death, open your heart wide unto the body of life.”
For life and death are one, even as the river and the sea are one.” – Kahlil Gibran