Consciously creating the transition. Holding the space for all that is. Crying, laughing. In conversation, in silence.
The unknown is challenging. For most of us, dying is such an unknown place. Whether we have arrived at the end of our own life’s journey or want to be present for a dying person, what happens is that we may feel overwhelmed, helpless or paralyzed. By reacting this way we miss the powerful force of this final detachment process.
We can support this transition by being unconditionally present. Accepting what is here and now. Allowing everything, not excluding anything. Diving to the source of all being. Getting in touch with the truth beyond the forms of this world. Experiencing the love that flows through everything.
A safe and protected space during the process of dying is of great support. Holding this space, flowing with the movements of the soul, being a silent witness of the change – that’s my offer to you. Whether you are standing on the threshold yourself or someone close to you is dying or has already died, feel free to contact me and to find out how I can support you.
“Goodbyes are only for those who love with their eyes. Because for those who love with heart and soul there is no such thing as separation.”
Offers as a Death Doula
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Inviting the power of connection to the Divine. Aligning consciousness with eternal love.
Spending the last days and hours together with the dying person. Supporting the detachment process with individual rituals.
My husband decided to make use of palliative care. The process of detaching was emotionally challenging for both of us. Thanks to the heartful care of Yvonne during this time, I felt, despite the emotional pain, lovingly held with the knowledge that everything is good as it is. The memorial service, led by Yvonne, was also a touching and peaceful experience.