Salish Sea Hospice Project

Once upon a time, before the days of chronic disease and medically managed death, before the fear of dying became the rampant thing it is now, most folks died at home. Death wasn't necessarily preceded by a collapse of the body or the loss of a mind. Dying persons came to their dying days... Read more


  • 26 Mar 2017 2:00 PM
    d'Esterre House in Comox, 1801 Beaufort Ave

Rewilding death invites death into life as a guest rather than unwelcome intruder

Death feeds life in the Wild but rarely so when a Human dies. Humans fight death—they hold on. The biggest challenge to dying is letting go of the Human story.  Rewild Your Death is a path to the end of a story that ends well. Awareness of death and the willingness to release the human story are...

The process of dying is   well hidden by death denial, chronic disease and over medication

Dying unfolds before our eyes, yet we don't see it. When dying is hidden then the questions of dying people and those that care for them circle around more time.

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