Subscribe and download these podcasts in iTunes by clicking here. This is the third podcast in the Death Makes Life Possible Podcast Series. Join host Dr. Marilyn Schlitz as she helps redefine death and transform fear into an inspiration for living — and dying well. In this podcast, she considers grief and transformation and how grief may help [&hellip …

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Subscribe and download these podcasts in iTunes by clicking here. This is the second podcast in the Death Makes Life Possible Podcast Series. Join host Dr. Marilyn Schlitz as she helps redefine death and transform fear into an inspiration for living — and dying well. In this podcast she focuses on different models of grief and [&hellip …

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Subscribe and download these podcasts in iTunes by clicking here. This is the first podcast in the recently launched Death Makes Life Possible Podcast Series. Join host Dr. Marilyn Schlitz as she helps redefine death and transform our fears into inspirations for living – and dying well. In this episode she explores the rich potentials of transforming grief [&hellip …

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Welcome to the Death Makes Life Possible podcast series. Subscribe and download these podcasts in iTunes by clicking here. Hosted by Dr. Marilyn Schlitz, the goal of this series is to help redefine death and transform our fears into inspirations for living – and dying well. This program includes her own observations as a medical anthropologist [&hellip …

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The following is an audio excerpt taken from the audio learning course “Living the Noetic Life: Transformation and Healing at the Convergence of Science and Spiritual Practice.” Produced by Sounds True, this learning course offers a new worldview for fully perceiving and engaging with life. Marilyn Schlitz, author of Death Makes Life Possible, shares how [&hellip …

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I first met Rick Hanson at a small café in Mill Valley, California. The founder of the Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom, Hanson is a psychologist who studies evolutionary neuropsychology. Given his background, it isn’t surprising that Hanson’s understanding of death is informed by a big picture of the natural cycle of life: [&hellip …

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Conversations about death may be frightening, because death touches each of us at very unique personal and emotional layers of experience. Such conversations may also be deep and transformative. Betsy MacGregor, MD, is especially sensitive to the complexities of how we think and talk about death. She worked in a busy city hospital for three [&hellip …

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Someday you will face your own mortality. At that moment, I hope you see that your life has been well led, that you hold no regrets, and that you loved well. On that day, I hope that for you, it has become a good day to die. – Lee Lipsenthal, Enjoy Every Sandwich Lee Lipsenthal [&hellip …

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  I am Deepak Chopra and I am proud to be a part of this important program that is redefining death by helping people transform their fear into an inspiration for living. As this program shows so powerfully, coming to terms with our own beliefs about death can liberate us. The key to the conquest [&hellip …

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Experiences that bring us close to death have an enduring impact on our lives. Marilyn Schlitz, author of the Death Makes Life Possible book, will be interviewed on the popular radio program Coast-to-Coast AM about how these experiences have the power transform. Tune in on Wednesday April 29th from 10:00PM to 12:00AM to hear the [&hellip …

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