DYING CONSCIOUSLY: The Greatest Journey
A two-day workshop with Dr. Ji Hyang Padma
March 10-11, 2018
The Dying Consciously Program is a service dedicated to helping people make their final transitions. It is designed for all people involved in the dying process: the individual, caregivers, family members and friends. It offers a message of hope with easy to follow steps: it is possible to bring dignity and peace back to the dying process.
The core teaching of the Living and Dying Consciously Program is that we can come to the end of a life with grace. The insight and practices woven into the Great Death Rites practiced by the great wisdom traditions allow us to understand the kind of psychological and energetic closure needed. They provide specific steps to bring reconciliation and healing both to the loved ones and to the person dying.
All of us, at some point, will be at the bedside of a dying person—this seminar is a training in being present, supporting the dying person in a way that is simple and yet thorough. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about the Greatest Journey and the resources available.
Dr. Ji Hyang Padma serves as the Director of the Comparative Religion & Philosophy Program at the California Institute for Human Science; she also teaches at Omega Institute. Ji Hyang has done intensive Zen training and teaching for 25 years. She integrates Eastern and Western psychology with indigenous and core shamanic healing and energy psychology
Registration fee for community members: $275 by Feb. 1 $325 after February 1
For CIHS graduate students: Two unit academic course credit fee. Register by: Feb 1.