- This event has passed.
End Of Life Midwives In Conversation
December 8, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am PST
A monthly conversation with End of Life Midwives Birgitta and Cheserae exploring the sacred journey of conscious dying and conscious living.
Dying is an important part of living but unlike other milestone events in our life we often come to our dying, and the dying of those we love, unprepared. We do not have the information and skills needed to navigate our own dying nor to be a guide and companion for others in this last chapter. We are lost in a wilderness where nothing looks familiar.
End Of Life Midwives Birgitta and Cheserae are passionate about changing this dynamic by helping us approach dying and death with love, compassion, and non-judgment. They invite us into conversation and exploration of our relationship to death. Open your heart and join us as we explore how to create meaning, how to balance living while dying, and how to create a more conscious and sacred end of life journey.
Your Call is Guided By
Birgitta is a Holistic Life Coach, doTERRA Wellness Advocate, Women’s Community Leader, and a modern medicine woman: merging the sacred with the practical in day to day life. Helping people reconnect the human heart and spirit back to nature is a central thread in her work.
As an End of Life Guide and Doula, Birgitta educates and supports individuals, families, health care providers, and organizations in reimagining death and dying.
The sacred privilege of walking people home has shaped Birgitta’s perspective of life as precious and love as invaluable. This perspective fuels her desire to support others in finding meaning and joy in their life
Cheserae has spent the last 8 years studying the process of mystical death through transpersonal psychology, and learning about how to support and facilitate end of life care. Since her youth, Cheserae found herself drawn to the subtle, the sacred, and the extraordinary.
Inspired with a new vision of what is possible in death and dying, and having forged new alliances with Hospice, community leaders, and colleagues, Cheserae has committed to sharing this work with families, groups, and individuals. She currently works as a death doula, and offers end of life support, bringing the sacred and beauty into the end of life.
Her newest project involves sharing the sacred use of essential oils in tending for the dying, and focuses both on the oils for the dying as well as those for supporting the caregivers.