Life is for living, right?
So why would you want to think about death at all? Well...
"If you're not ready to die,
then how can you live?"
~ Charles de Lint, Svaha
Death is as natural and everyday as birth, so why not have conversations about death and dying that are loving, supportive,
and a celebration of the life that was? Why not create a way of speaking about death that everyone can embrace anytime, anywhere?
Through death acceptance and a realisation that our lives are
limited, freedom to live more fully and passionately happens,
now, not someday after we're rich or when our lives are in crisis.
People who live as if they have forever to get everything done, to
say 'good-bye', to do what matters most, and to say 'I love you' are shocked when death comes their way. They're not ready to let go of their life or the lives of those who have died. They're not ready to leave behind a life that is incomplete and unfulfilled.
But life doesn't have to be this way...
Are you truly living a life you love?
Are you doing, being and saying everything you want to do, be
and say, right now?
If not, maybe this is your opportunity for growth. Maybe I have sparked something within you that feels as if life is passing you
by and you haven't created a life worth living. Then I ask you...
Or here! Click on the podcast interview below to hear the why, where and how of what Ava does...
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Death is the flagship workshop for Passionate Life Consulting!
Painted Stories is a workshop about death and dying like no other...
Sometimes sharing a story is easier with colour than with words.
The Death Café is two hours of cake and coffee over conversations about death, dying, life and living!
The Inspiration Room is where you and I use death to discover your best life now.