Australian Sacred Deathcare Series 2024

Australian Sacred Deathcare Series 2024

Maps, Myths and Meanings:
A spiritual geography of death and loss
An Evening Talk with Dr Sarah Kerr

Ritual Healing at the Deathbed:
Soul-support for immediately before, during, and after the last breath
1-day Practical Skills Training

Across the Veil Constellations:
Transformative ritual for healing and learning
Experiential Weekend Workshop

Syd | Thu 16 May 7pm – 9.30pm
Melb | Thu 23 May 7pm – 9.30pm
Syd | Fri 17 May 9am – 4.30pm
Melb | Fri 24 May 9am – 4.30pm
Syd | Sat 18 May 9am – 5pm
Sun 19 May 9am – 4.30pm
Melb | Sat 25 May 9am – 5pm
Sun 26 May 9am – 4.30pm

The Evening Talk & 1-day Practical Skills can be purchased together for a discounted fee of $230.

Numbers limited to 35 for Weekend Workshop.

Maps, Myths and Meanings:
A spiritual geography of death and loss

An Evening Talk with Dr Sarah Kerr

Death is more than just a physical experience. It’s a transformational soul-journey, for the dying person and for those who love them.

Dominant culture primarily views death as the end of the physical body, and dying as a medical event. This approach ignores the very real, non-physical, spiritual and relational dynamics that unfold as body and soul separate.

No wonder we have trouble navigating death well: we’re operating from an incomplete map.

If we had a better map for the process of death, dying, and being dead, we could develop better practices for meeting those experiences.

In this dynamic talk, filled with rich storytelling, Sarah offers a pragmatic soul map of death and loss that’s rooted in nature-based spirituality, modern consciousness research, and ancient wisdom traditions.

Syd | Thurs 16 May 7pm – 9.30pm