How should you dispose of your physical remains? Would you like to have a memorial service that you yourself have planned? More importantly, how can you make sure that your survivors are aware of your wishes and not burdened by having to make decisions you should have made? Swami Sarvaananda, a senior Integral Yoga monk and a chaplain at the University of Virginia Medical Center, will guide you to gently and firmly make and communicate your plans.
The Integral Yoga End-of-Life Project Workshops
Spiritual Guidance and Practical Advice
Six workshops, monthly from May through October 2022
All hosted by Karuna Kreps and Chandra/Jo Sgammato and featuring special workshop presenters
At every age but especially in our later years, each of us must address death in all of its manifestations—releasing attachments to this life, disposing of our bodies and belongings, and helping our loved ones cope with their losses. The Integral Yoga End-of-Life Project honors this journey by providing an array of spiritual guidance and practical advice on a topic we may have avoided but that is inevitable. Discover and implement the ideas of six unique, new workshops from Integral Yoga to save your family and friends from these daunting obligations and to prepare and liberate yourself to enjoy the rest of your life.
These workshops are based on the teachings of Sri Swami Satchidananda and taught by his senior students. The companion website, yogicendoflife.org, is an offering built by one of the first Integral Yogis, Karuna Kreps. It provides clear and even inspiring advice and resources to help you make this experience easeful and, maybe even, joyful. Rather than seeing death as frightening and sad, we can embrace liberation from the human form to return to our eternal cosmic consciousness.
A recording of the workshop will be made available on the Integral Yoga End-of-Life website one week after the live event.
This is an online program. You’ll need to download Zoom to attend. Please see your purchase confirmation for the Zoom link.