What Will You Pass on
When You Pass On?
The people who are angry or fearful on their deathbeds are the ones who harbour unresolved relationship trauma.
We are here to help you heal.
The next best way to promote a good death is to prepare wholly for it. We do have our Death After Dinner program available for purchase, but, for those people who are willing to do their own legwork, click the Blueprint button on this page for free access to its outline.
Healing can be beautiful
I came to end-of-life coaching because a little voice in my head called me to it. "Death midwife," it said as I was telling my brother that massage was taking its toll on me physically and that I wouldn't be able to do it forever. I began to investigate a field I had never heard of and I threw my whole self into it. Taking all of the courses that spoke to my heart and soul, I developed a skill set to enable me to help people make the most of whatever time they had left.
Then I remembered that we're all dying.
There are a lot of other voices in our heads, less forward-driving voices, shall we say. Why shouldn't we all have the chance to say our thank yous, our I love yous, our I forgive yous before the end of our lives? Inner child coaching was the missing piece for me.
A lot more than Grandma's china gets passed down to our kids. As a result of our own emotional traumas growing up, we often teach our children fear, or judgment, or even that love is conditional. Healing your scars would go a long way toward breaking that family legacy. It's in your hands.