Spirit Vessel -Mindfully Crafted Ceramic Urns and Personalized Celebration Of Life CeremoniesRead Now
Spirit Vessel helps guide you and your loved ones through a deeper,
more intimate layer of life by way of personalized ceremony. They provide support and tools for at home, intimate, personalized ceremonies, in which
you can participate by yourself or with others. They offer Mindfully Crafted Ceramic Urns and Personalized Celebration Of Life Ceremonies to assist in grieving, honoring, and celebrating you or your loved one. Their ceremonies recognize
and highlight the joy of our loved one's life while holding space for the complexities of grief for those left to live on. The Spirit Vessel studio is
located in southwest New Mexico, where each ceramic urn is handmade
and mindfully crafted with love and intention. Whether you are grieving the
loss of a loved one, preparing for an imminent death, or taking steps to plan
for your own death, they provide resources to help you create connectivity
and integrate your emotions around loss.
Discover more at: https://bit.ly/2YBrkJP
The New Funerals: A Virtual Town Hall Discussion
You are invited to a FREE digital event, Tuesday, June 23rd at 1pm EST!
"The New Funerals: A Virtual Town Hall Discussion," hosted by Farewelling, as part of
Reimagine Life, Loss & Love Worldwide Virtual Festival.
Farewelling co-founders Elizabeth Karansky (funeral director, thanatologist & death doula)
and Karen Bussen (internationally recognized events expert)will host this open conversation about how funerals are being transformed, by restrictions related to current events, but also
by evolving attitudes around tradition, religion, and other factors. They will open up space
to your experiences and opinions and will share resources and inspiration.
Register at https://tinyurl.com/thenewfunerals
The Widowed Parent Podcast: What You Can Do, When You Can't Have a Funeral During a Pandemic?Read Now
The Widowed Parent Podcast: Ep. 67, Pandemic Special Episode
Buffy Peters of Hamilton's Academy of Grief and Loss, at Hamilton's Funeral Home in Des Moines, Iowa,
and host Jenny Lisk speak about "What You Can Do, When You Can't Have a Funeral During a Pandemic?"
Sara J. Cobb
Founder, My Grief Connection
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