leafEase and confidence are often gained through preparation for the event ahead.  By completing of our end-of-life documents, contemplating and envisioning our own “good death,” and making decisions about our after-death care, we lessen fear about our final days and also offer a gift to our loved ones. We leave them with the information they will need to fulfill our wishes, thus relieving them of the tension and stress that may arise when trying to guess what we would have wanted.

The problem is we think we have time.  ~ Jack Kornfield

End of Life Initiatives offers these trainings via workshops and retreats:

Click each link to learn more, and check the calendar for dates and times.  Contact us for individual consultations or tailored group trainings.

You may also contact Caroline Yongue if you have questions or would like more information.

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Center for End of Life Transitions

828-318-9077 For Information and Guide on Call
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Supported by Anattasati Magga, Inc., a Buddhist Sangha for the Laity.
The Center for End of Life Transitions is a nonprofit, all-faiths project.
All donations are tax-deductible.

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