The Living & Dying Consciously Project

2525 Arapahoe Avenue E4-811

Boulder, CO 80302

 

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The Living & Dying Consciously Project

2525 Arapahoe Avenue E4-811

Boulder, CO 80302

 

info@livinganddyingconsciously.org

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Calendar

 

 
 
 
 
Death as a Rite of Passage
October 10, 2015
Pueblo, Colorado
 

Speakers from around Colorado will gather in Pueblo for the first Southern Colorado Conference on Conscious Living & Dying.  Kitty Edwards, executive director of The Living & Dying Consciously Project, will speak on Preparing for Death as a Rite of Passage.  Plus, The Pike's Peak Threshold Choir will also perform.  Location: Pueblo, Colorado.  REGISTER ONLINE

 
 
Conscious Transitions: Gifts of Grief

June 13-14, 2015       

Boulder, Colorado

 

Ride the waves of grief with a natural rhythm by stepping into ceremony to open a path to new beginnings and experience the power of the five practices of the No Regrets Project.  These practices are a catalyst to a life of gratitude, trust, joy, courage and love for yourself. This 12-hour workshop will shift your concept of grief.  Facilitated by Kitty Edwards, Kim Mooney, Deborah Owen-Sohocki and Pamela Jewel Lippé.  Fee: $250.

 

 
Mastering the Art of Teaching & Marketing

March 26 – 27, 2015

Boulder, Colorado

 

It takes a unique touch to teach and market courses on death.  New technologies, social media and the ancient techniques of the wisdomkeepers intertwine to create a trans-formative experience.  Master teacher Kitty Edwards and marketing professional Therese Wells of Ayni Communications will teach this 12-hour intensive and share their experience, resources and best practices to help you be successful. Class begins at 6 pm on March 26. Limited to 12 participants. 

 
 

Despacho Workshop

Saturday, March 7                    

Boulder, Colorado

 

Step into ceremonies that bring balance to oneself and the world.  A despacho is a traditional ceremony of the Peruvian paqos (medicine men and women). In this class participants learn to create their own Ayni Despacho, for right relationship, and an Aya Despacho, to release that which needs to die.  Plus, we'll demonstrate the secrets of creating a successful ceremony. Class size is limited. Indigenous Alchemy and The Living & Dying Consciously Project. 

 

 
Behind the Mask

January 31, 2015      

Boulder, Colorado

 

Join us for this day-long creative mask-making workshop to experience the power of practicing the principles of the No Regrets Project: Be Grateful Everyday, Choose Joy, Trust – Take the Risk, Courage to be Me, and Love Myself & Share It. Facilitated by Myrna Castaline and Kitty Edwards. $150 includes lunch and all materials.  CONTACT US for more information.

Living & Dying Consciously Project Events

Other Events

Michael Harner’s Shamanism, Dying, and Beyond 

January 17-18, 2015

Santa Barbara, California

 

Participants learn how to deal with the issue of dying and the destiny of souls from a shamanic perspective. The workshop is both for those who wish to learn for themselves, and for those who wish to help others who are in terminal situations or who have already passed on. The Foundation for Shamanic Studies Pre-requisite. Contact mujiba@heartwaymuse.com for more information and to register.

 
 
Dying Consciously: The Greatest Journey

January 24-25, 2015

Diamond Springs, California

 

This is a experimental workshop based on the great death rites practiced by the ancient traditions that held the secret of conscious death.These rites allow us to understand the kind of psychological and emotional closure needed throughout the death process.They provide specific steps to bring reconciliation and healing to the loved ones and the person dying. For more information and to register go to:  www.journeysofthesoul.org/dying-consciously-workshop

 

 

Dying Consciously: The Greatest Journey 

January 24-25, 2015

Sea Ranch Resort, Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina

 

This program draws from the wisdom of the indigenous peoples of the Andes Mountains in South America. Through rites, rituals, and ceremony, as described in Alberto Villoldo’s Shaman, Healer, Sage, one can approach death with confidence and peace.  In this class you will learn specific steps to bring reconciliation and healing to the person who is dying and their loved ones. Facilitated by Julie Hannon. Contact julie@innerpeaceandwellness.com  or nsilverwanchese@yahoo.com for more information and to register.

 

 

Dying Consciously: The Greatest Journey 

January 24-25, 2015

Ventura, California

 

Through a series of experiential exercises, participants learn essential skills for assisting a dying person. These are based on the great death rites of the shamanic traditions, to bring reconciliation and peace to the person dying and their loved ones. Presented in easy to follow steps. Facilitated by Tomas Bostrom.  Visit http://www.shamansjourney.net/dyingconsciously/index.html  for more information and to register.
 

 

Move Beyond Your Grief 

Saturday, January 24

Agoura Hills (LA), California

 

Grief is a potential catalyst for transformation in a person’s life, yet many get stuck in a cycle that limits their ability to move forward.  Participants will learn a variety of powerful healing techniques to shift energies and expand potential. Receive a Sirius Star Energy attunement to support you in 2015.  Facilitator: Stacey Lynn. Time: 12:30 to 4:30 pm. Investment: $80. Return: Life-Affirming Change. Space is limited. REGISTER 

 
 
Michael Harner’s Shamanism, Dying, and Beyond 

January 24-25, 2015

Portland, Oregon

 

Participants learn how to deal with the issue of dying and the destiny of souls from a shamanic perspective. The workshop is both for those who wish to learn for themselves, and for those who wish to help others who are in terminal situations or who have already passed on. The Foundation of Shamanic Studies.  Pre-requisite. CONTACT for information and to register.

 

 

Dying Consciously: The Greatest Journey 

March 28-29, 2015

Boulder, Colorado

 

This program draws from the wisdom of the indigenous peoples of the Andes Mountains in South America. Through rites, rituals, and ceremony, as described in Alberto Villoldo’s Shaman, Healer, Sage, one can approach death with confidence and peace. In this class you will learn specific steps to bring reconciliation and healing to the person who is dying and their loved ones. Dying Consciously Boulder 

REGISTER ONLINE or contact info@dyingconsciouslyboulder.com for information.

 

 

15th International Gathering of Shaman

April 10 – 18, 2015

Molyvos, Greece

 

Experience the rich mythic traditions of Greece.  Watch this Invitation. Journey to the underworld of Persephone to discover the gifts that are waiting for you. Step into ceremony during the Greek Orthodox Easter, tend the Global Fire to honor the Earth and draw on the energies of Spring Rebirth.  Designed for trained shaman, energy workers, and artists who wish to assist in birthing this new, unfolding consciousness.  Sponsored by Sacred Pathways  Limited to 30 travelers.  INFORMATION

 

 

In the Life Lodge: Forgiveness, Apology, and Reconciliation

April 24 – May 2, 2015

Eureka Valley, California

 

In this gathering we explore what the four shields of the Life Lodge (or Death Lodge) have to teach us about restoring a personal and communal balance that embraces the wounds of the past.  The School of Lost Borders offers this program with guides Meredith Little and Dr. Scott Eberle.  Contact lostbrdrs@cebridge.net for information.  FULL with a WAITING LIST.

 

 

Michael Harner’s Shamanism, Dying, and Beyond 

April 25-26, 2015

New Hope, Pennsylvania

 

Participants learn how to deal with the issue of dying and the destiny of souls from a shamanic perspective. The workshop is both for those who wish to learn for themselves, and for those who wish to help others who are in terminal situations or who have already passed on. The Foundation of Shamanic Studies. Pre-requisite. For information and to register CONTACT.

 

 

Dying Consciously: The Greatest Journey 

April 25-26, 2015

Austin, Texas

 

This program draws from the wisdom of the indigenous peoples of the Andes Mountains in South America. Through rites, rituals, and ceremony, as described in Alberto Villoldo’s Shaman, Healer, Sage, one can approach death with confidence and peace.  In this class you will learn specific steps to bring reconciliation and healing to the person who is dying and their loved ones. Austin Shamanic Center.  For information contact  info@austinshamaniccenter.com

 

 

Dying Consciously: The Greatest Journey 

May 16-17, 2015

Silver City, New Mexico
 

This is a very experiential workshop to open the conversation about dying consciously, to learn how to hold sacred space for those involved in the dying process, and to learn how to approach death with confidence and peace. This training draws from the wisdom of many indigenous cultures, particularly from the Andes Mountains of South America. Location: Agave Retreat Center. Contact teachers Katie Berkowitz ckkatie01@gmail.com or Virginia Nañez vnanez@yahoo.com  for information and to register.

 

 

Michael Harner’s Shamanism, Dying, and Beyond 

May 16-17, 2015

Barrington, Illinois

 

Participants learn how to deal with the issue of dying and the destiny of souls from a shamanic perspective. The workshop is both for those who wish to learn for themselves, and for those who wish to help others who are in terminal situations or who have already passed on. The Foundation of Shamanic Studies and Relax4Life. Pre-requisite. REGISTER ONLINE  

 

 

Afterlife Awareness Conference

June 4-7, 2015

Norfolk, Virginia

 

Now in it's fifth year, this event seeks to blur the boundaries between allopathic medicine and alternative healing; between intuitive experience and scientific research; and between religious traditions and spirituality to increase awareness of life beyond the physical body. To further an understanding of the survival of consciousness after death, it brings together nurses and doctors, social workers, mediums, shaman, clergy, counselors and alternative healers to offer a deeper understanding of death and beyond. The Afterlife Education Foundation REGISTER.

 

 

Science to Soul Shamanic Breathwork

July 7, 2015         6:30 – 9:00 pm

Boulder, Colorado

 

Join us for an evening of sacred shamanic ceremony, deep emotional clearing and spiritual activation. This sacred ceremony incorporates guided visualization, holotropic breathwork, vibrational sound, soulful music, energy healing, crystal therapy and light body expansion techniques to facilitate a personal Sacred Journey into the depths of your soul and beyond. Facilitators: Geo Case and Anahata Ananda, Shamangelic Healing Center, Sedona. Cost: $33. Location: 2373 Vineyard Place, Boulder.  REGISTER

 

 

Grief, Loss and Illness: Journeys into Healing

July 17 – 24, 2015

Pig Pine, California

 

Suspended between a past that does not hold you anymore and a future that you can no longer assume to “own,” you arrive at the threshold of a new becoming.  During our time together we will explore what it means to come fully alive in the face of the ordeal or challenge that we have encountered.  The School of Lost Borders offers this program with guides Nancy Jane and Petra Lentz-Snow.  Contact lostbrdrs@cebridge.net for information. 

 

 

Dying Consciously: The Greatest Journey

August 9 – 10, 2015

Santa Rosa, California

 

This program draws from the wisdom of the indigenous peoples of the Andes Mountains in South America. Through rites, rituals, and ceremony, as described in Alberto Villoldo’s Shaman, Healer, Sage, one can approach death with confidence and peace. In this class you will learn specific steps to bring reconciliation and healing to the person who is dying and their loved ones.  Shaman’s Journey.    REGISTER ONLINE 

 

 

Dying Consciously: The Greatest Journey 

August 29-30, 2015

Denver, Colorado

 

This program draws from the wisdom of the indigenous peoples of the Andes Mountains in South America. Through rites, rituals, and ceremony, as described in Alberto Villoldo’s Shaman, Healer, Sage, one can approach death with confidence and peace. In this class you will learn specific steps to bring reconciliation and healing to the person who is dying and their loved ones. Dying Consciously Boulder 

REGISTER ONLINE or contact info@dyingconsciouslyboulder.com for information.

 

 

Dying Consciously: The Greatest Journey

September 5 - 6, 2015

Tucson, Arizona

 

This program draws from the wisdom of the indigenous peoples of the Andes Mountains in South America. Through rites, rituals, and ceremony, as described in Alberto Villoldo’s Shaman, Healer, Sage, one can approach death with confidence and peace. In this class you will learn specific steps to bring reconciliation and healing to the person who is dying and their loved ones.  Shaman’s Journey.    REGISTER ONLINE

 

 

Dying Consciously: The Greatest Journey 

September 12-13, 2015

Austin, Texas

 

This program draws from the wisdom of the indigenous peoples of the Andes Mountains in South America. Through rites, rituals, and ceremony, as described in Alberto Villoldo’s Shaman, Healer, Sage, one can approach death with confidence and peace.  In this class you will learn specific steps to bring reconciliation and healing to the person who is dying and their loved ones. Austin Shamanic Center.  For information contact info@austinshamaniccenter.com

 

 

The Great Ballcourt Initiation Fast

Eureka Valley, California

October 20 – 31, 2015

 

Death is the ultimate agent of transformation – be it a physical death or “the little deaths” encountered throughout life.  Are you willing to risk everything that your rebirth might bring you a life purpose strong enough to carry you to your final dance with Death?  The School of Lost Borders offers this program with guides Meredith Little and Dr. Scott Eberle.  Contact lostbrdrs@cebridge.net for information.   FULL with a WAITING LIST

 

 

Sobonfu Somé Retreat

October 23 - 25 , 2015     

Boulder, Colorado 

 

In this weekend workshop, Sobonfu Somé, one of the leading voices in African spirituality, shares a most important ritual of her people. The Grief Ritual is a soul cleansing rite that can release grief and lighten your soul.  Location: Elk Mountain Sanctuary west of Boulder.  Fee: $385.  Limited to 35 participants.  REGISTER ONLINE.  Contact carolynflyer@hotmail.com for more information. Sponsored by The Grief Support Network.

 

 

Dying Consciously: The Greatest Journey

October 31 - November 1, 2015

Agoura Hills, California

 

This program draws from the wisdom of the indigenous peoples of the Andes Mountains in South America. Through rites, rituals, and ceremony, as described in Alberto Villoldo’s Shaman, Healer, Sage, one can approach death with confidence and peace. In this class you will learn specific steps to bring reconciliation and healing to the person who is dying and their loved ones.  Shaman’s Journey.    REGISTER ONLINE

 

 

Michael Harner’s Shamanism, Dying, and Beyond 

November 7- 8, 2015

Boulder, Colorado

 

Participants learn how to deal with the issue of dying and the destiny of souls from a shamanic perspective. The workshop is both for those who wish to learn for themselves, and for those who wish to help others who are in terminal situations or who have already passed on. The Foundation of Shamanic Studies and Spirit Canoe. Pre-requisite. For information CONTACT   

 

 

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We invite you to submit your death, dying and grief-related events or classes for consideration for inclusion in our Calendar. Our goal is to build a conscious community of teachers who will help individuals and their families better navigate and embrace the complexities of living, aging and dying. We look forward to partnering with other teachers and organizations who share our mission.

 

CONTACT US to learn more.