Annie Blampied: Workshop on Soul Midwifery
Annie Blampied: Workshop on Soul Midwifery
18 November 7:30-8:00 pm
1st 6 tickets are free! Then only £5 for later tickets.
I am offering a half hour workshop on Soul Midwifery. You might be very healthy, and not thinking at all about dying….but being well prepared for death, actually helps us be well prepared for life!
You may also have a loved one, who is ageing or closer to death, and want to help them in practical and caring ways. Soul midwifery can do this.
I will be offering a short talk, including questions and answers, about the process of dying and looking at what happens after we die. In the same way that a couple will create a birth plan for when the woman goes into labour, it is a good idea to have thought about how we want to die, to have a “death plan”. I will give you a set of questions to take away to support you in this enquiry. We will also look at how to plan a funeral and different options available.
Want access to the main Starting Over Show event full of free tasters in massage and healing, other fascinating workshops and biodynamic burgers, vegetarian delicacies and cakes?
Then join us at this Mind-Body-Spirit-Success event full of inspiration, relaxation and personal empowerment!
See the video and listen to the Meridian FM radio interview here: www.sosevent.co.uk
SuzyMillerCreator of Best Way To Divorce. International Divorce Divorce Strategist and TEDx Speaker.
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