Examining the dying process through the dissolution of the elements that constitute us as human beings: Earth, Water, Fire, Wind, Consciousness and Space
Meeting monthly for six months, each class will be divided into two parts. We will begin each class with an overview and discussion of the element that we will concentrate on for the month. In this way, we will have a month to become more familiar with each of the fundamental elements of our existence.
The second part of each class will be a guided meditation of the dissolution of the elements leading to medical & subtle body death. The meditation will be accompanied by the playing of Tibetan bowls, which provides a sound environment of safety and security.
Through this process of a month-long examination of each of the elements and the guided meditation of their dissolution we can become familiar with the dying process.
September 2017 – March 2018
$175 for all seven sessions
Saturdays 8:45 am - 11:00 am September 23, October 21, November 18, December 16, January 20, February 17 & March 17
Class meets in Boulder
Payment for this class only is requested via cash or check only.
Please make check payable to Dominie Cappadonna and mail to PO Box 230, Boulder CO 80306.
Payment requested by September 15, 2017.
Questions? Contact Dominie for more info
Dominie Cappadonna, PhD, CT, is a transpersonal psychotherapist, mentor, death awareness educator and contemplative chaplain. Dominie’s work, Radiant Living~Luminous Dying: Guiding Midlife~Elder Passages and Beyond, facilitates life and death transitions. As a Buddhist practitioner, she co-guides seminars such as One Year to Live, Conversations on Death, and Community Care Circles for Natural Transitions.
Douglas Frank holds a Masters in ED counseling and is an Acupuncturist who teaches and practices in Boulder.
Dominie and Douglas have had the privilege of offering One Year to Live and other seminars. They find it of great value personally and with others to prepare for our dying, as a skillful and kind way to feel less bewildered, overwhelmed, frightened or in pain at the time of our death.