The astute observer of human behavior and great American author Mark Twain was fascinated by the concept of eavesdropping on his own funeral. In the novel “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” published in 1902, he wrote that Tom, eavesdropping on his own funeral, said “it was the proudest moment of (his) life.”
What kind of funerals have you been to? What kind of funeral do you want to have? Do you want to have a funeral at all? A living funeral? A party? A roast?
Most people have heard of an Advanced Directive, or AD. An AD is a legal document that allows us to spell out some of our end of life wishes. Most ADs have two main functions:
I recently listened to an amazing podcast about using essential oils to help process such complex emotions as grief. Liz Fulcher of the Aromatic Wisdom Institute School of Creative Aromatherapy says:
This week’s show is all about grief; what it is as well as the many varied situations and experiences that can send us into a state of grief.
You’ll learn about how essential oils and some of their subtle qualities can help us during the darkest emotional times of our life. Discover a unique way to choose the right essentials oils for your particular emotional difficulty as you’re going through grief. If you, or someone you know is in a stage of grief, you’ll find this episode particularly helpful.
Please find this incredible podcast from Aromatic Wisdom at the link below, or on your Iphone’s Podcasts app:
Sending love, light, and bright blessings today and always,