When I began this journey into the end of life field 8 years ago, my personal mission was to guide and coach family members and their loved ones on a healing journey. Whether it is upon first discovering a possible life-threatening illness or facing the end of life, it is always with the goal of reaching an ultimate state of grace and calm.

With a sense of well-being and a quiet acceptance of the human/spiritual relationship through the soul’s transition of life to dying, we can create a beautiful and sacred dying experience, so that a natural sense of closure occurs with all family members and their loved ones, allowing the last days together to be the best days possible.

It has morphed since then to educate the public in the way we perceive the death and dying experience through different perspectives, culturally.

By preparing and educating people about death and dying, they gain more clarity and feel more confident that they can learn what to do, what to say, how to behave and how to hold space for self and others, enabling something sacred and healing to happen.