Wisdom Arts for Dying
Led By: The Rev. Lynda Elaine Carré, Interfaith End-of-Life Chaplain, Spiritual Care & Healing Arts
Suggested Donation: $405
Tuesday, 19 March – Friday, 22 March 2019
Death touches all of us––sometimes from afar, sometimes up close and intimately personal, sometimes through our service in the world. In this unique, experiential Wisdom Arts for Dying workshop you will safely and creatively explore your personal readiness for dying well in a natural dying process. Deepen your knowledge about the conditions and tools you need to make it so.
Rev. Carré draws from ancient to modern spiritual care and healing arts modalities and from research findings related to expanded states of consciousness and near death experiences. This workshop is suitable for adults of all faith traditions, or none. It is especially recommended for those serving as chaplains, social workers, therapists, nurses, physicians, hospice workers, death doulas, and personal or professional caregivers.
This intensive retreat class is limited to 12 people.
Program participants learn to:
- Move through fear to love
- Navigate expanded states of consciousness
- Incorporate healing arts of spiritual care, yoga, breathwork, aromatherapy, sound, and subtle energy
- Use writing, painting, songwriting, and collage-making arts for healing, meaning-making, legacy, and hope
The Rev. Lynda Elaine Carré is an end-of-life educator and mentor. An Interfaith Palliative and Hospice Chaplain, Sacred Crossings Certified Death Midwife, Home Funeral Guide (NHFA), Celebrant, Certified Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT), and Energy Therapist––she has been studying world religions, meditation, and complementary methods of healing since 1987 and has been focused on creating more positive dying experiences since 2012. She has taught Spiritual Well-Being in Los Angeles, throughout the Hudson Valley at Death Cafés, and at Bard College, LLI, Perspectives on End of Life: Spiritual, Emotional, and Existential Issues. She volunteers Healing Touch services through in the Healing Arts Department of Albany Medical Center Hospital. Rev. Carré is President, Board of Directors, The Chaplaincy Institute: An Interfaith Seminary and Community, and member of Advisory Council for Circle of Friends for the Dying in Kingston, NY. Learn more about Rev. Carré at WellspringPassages.com