Tanatology: the art of dying well
By Nora Quiroz
Nothing is more important for our emotional and psychological well-being than the belief that when we die life does not end but we go into another reality or dimension, which is more real, amazing, alive and full of light than the one we have as a body. The belief is that our consciousness or soul does not die with the body but continues its evolution in those realms of light and higher vibration.
“Tanatology: The Art of Dying Well”
Fri, Apr 19, 3pm
Consciousness is eternal. Dying is meaningless when we realize that we are part of a constantly changing and evolving universe.
We, then, can face “dying” with a different attitude because we are aware that life and death are part of the same continuous consciousness.
In this talk we shall discuss: When we die:
- •Does it hurt? Where do we go? What is it like? Do we see God? Do we reincarnate? Can we prepare to “die well?”
- •The different religions… do they prepare us to die?
- •Why are we afraid?
- •Can we help others to “die well?”
- •Spirituality and reincarnation
- •Elizabeth Kübler-Ross and the five stages of terminally ill people: denial and isolation, anger, depression and acceptance
Nora Quiroz Cerda: Physical psychotherapy and vibrational medicine therapist with 20 years of experience and studies in EUA, Holland and India.