WHAT IS A BEAUTIFUL DEATH?
Many of us don’t know what it means to Die Well, consciously and willingly when it is our time.
Our body has a finite capacity for life. When we accept that simple fact, we can die well when it is time to let go. All of our anxieties can be released. It’s really that simple.
Salute Dan Laramie…. This is his inspiring story and it contains all of the elements of a beautiful death at the end of his life.
Once you check out Dan’s life celebration party in the link below, I’ll tell you why his death was sooo powerful ..
Click on this link first…
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It doesn’t matter if you agree with medically assisted death, this is not about ethics.
THIS IS THE STORY OF A GREAT DEATH
1 Dan Laramie turned fully toward his dying.❤️❤️❤️
He consciously and courageously moved into his dying time without resistance when it was the only path left in front of him.
2 Death is a community building event.❤️❤️❤️
Dan threw a Dying Party in order to be surrounded by all of his favourite people at his death. The event became a space overflowing with love and sorrow and celebration – Dan’s community was building sacred space by reaching out and connecting to one another indiscriminately, because the occasion was so much bigger than anything that could have been divisive.
Energetically these people created the container that held Dan in his dying time.
3 Death is the release of LOVE ❤️❤️❤️
At the end of the night, the energy shifted and the people drew close and gathered to him. Safely surrounded by community, Dan looked back at all of the faces he had loved for so long, and was smiling a wonderful farewell. Then he prepared to die LOUDLY.
4 Death commands centre stage, it should never be squirrel’d away to a back room.. ❤️❤️❤️
“Stairway to Heaven” was playing for him as needles were administered, and he was companioned by his tribe as he released from his physical body….WITH APPLAUSE!!!!!
“Dan wanted applause…so oh my gosh did we ever clap and cheer,” – Stef (Dan’s wife)
“He was so ready and it felt like everything that we talked about…his perfect exit.”
– I am so moved by this story. While death is inevitable, we can choose to make it positive. I have now revised my own death plan….thank you Dan
– Mimi x