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Dr. Karen Wyatt, hospice physician and author of "What Really Matters," interviews experts on all aspects of the end-of-life, including: caring for the dying, funeral and burial practices, planning for the end-of-life, conscious dying, grief and loss, caregiver support, afterlife, death and the arts, and community initiatives to improve end-of-life care. Access more interviews at www.eoluniversity.com
 
Want proof of life after death? Your loved ones may be physically gone but they still exist and you will see them again...your pets don't die either. Each episode of We Don't Die you'll hear the experiences of men and women, and why they believe life after death is REAL and why your life on earth is important. Join your host, Sandra Champlain, author of the #1 international bestseller, We Don't Die - A Skeptic's Discovery of Life After Death, for podcast episodes that aim to give you goosebu ...
 
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Learn why workers in the end-of-life field can benefit from basic business skills whether they practice in a volunteer or for-profit model. My guest Kimberly King Wise is a certified End-of-Life Doula and Home Funeral Guide and also has years of experience as a business manager and virtual assistant. She discusses how business knowledge and skills …
 
A very heartfelt conversation about a near death experience, experiencing grief as a father and words of wisdom about having a powerful life. Stephen Weber, is the author of “The Place Between Here and There: A True and Beautiful Near Death Experience” which he co-wrote with Katherine Plant. Steve is a Technology Project Manager, and with Kathie th…
 
Learn how to restore sacredness to grief and embrace those who are often excluded from the shared grief experience. My guest Joél Simone Anthony is a licensed funeral director and sacred grief practitioner in Atlanta, Georgia. She utilizes spirituality that is deeply rooted in ancient wisdom in her work guiding families toward healing after a death…
 
Learn how to utilize ancient techniques in caring for the dying in this modern world. My guest Anne-Marie Keppel is a death doula and home funeral guide who will share with us some of the ancient techniques of death care that she utilizes in her work as a community death care provider. She is the author of the books Death Nesting: Ancient & Modern …
 
In this solo episode I share my thoughts on the fact that joy and sorrow are interwoven throughout our lives just as life and death are inextricable connected. Using stories and poetry I discuss how to carry both joy and sorrow without denying or repressing the pain of our personal and collective grief. Listen here: This episode includes: How curre…
 
Learn about the journey of a remarkable young musician through cancer, death and the afterlife and how he continues to inspire people. My guests Shelley Buck and Kathy Curtis are the co-authors of the book Leave Your Light On, which details the journey of Shelley’s son Ryder through cancer and his subsequent death in a terrible accident. They discu…
 
Learn how finding the goodness of life can give you hope for our current situation. In today’s solo episode I share some thoughts about the hopelessness many of us are feeling right now as we deal with unimaginable crisis and loss here on planet Earth. I also talk about how important hope is for our survival, how it is misused at times in medicine …
 
The mother of five children, with one in spirit and she’s also grandmother to six. In January, 2018, her middle, thirty-year-old son, Lee, succumbed to an accidental carbon monoxide poisoning, in his home, along with his dog, Buddy. This devastating event left her in a dark despair that she questioned was even survivable. Desperate to know where Le…
 
Learn how grief and loss can be the fuel for spiritual growth. My guest Brian Smith is a certified life coach and grief guide who suffered his own grief experience after the tragic death of his daughter. Through his personal journey of navigating grief he discovered techniques for surviving loss that led to writing the book: Grief 2 Growth: Planted…
 
Learn about a beautiful film and online initiative that teach our grief-avoidant society how to be in touch with grief and how to support those who are grieving. My guest Lindsey Whissel Fenton is a film producer and Emmy award-winning storyteller who is passionate about using public media to build empathy. She produced, directed and wrote the docu…
 
Welcome back to Physical and Trance medium Scott Milligan. We ALWAYS enjoy his inspiration and conversation . Although Covid-19 has prevented his traveling for teaching and demonstrating…he’s been busy online. Mondays with a trance and altered states class and Friday’s with live trance demonstrations and regularly on our Sunday Gathering. If you’d …
 
Welcome back Kerry McLeod and Philip Dykes who we first met on this show almost 2 years ago on episode 285. They both work as mediums, normally traveling the world demonstrating and teaching mediumship. They have gotten married since we first met them and run The Spirit and Soul Foundation from their home in Scotland. Since Covid-19 has hit, their …
 
Learn how an innovative company is contracting with insurers to educate patients about decision-making around advanced illnesses. My guest Tracy Brubaker is the COO of Vital Decisions, a company founded by Dr. Jessica Zitter to focus on changing the way people with advanced illness receive care by encouraging advance care planning. She shares how V…
 
Learn how a “gap of care” exists for patients who have near-death experiences in the hospital that are not validated or believed. My two guests, Heidi Walsh and Lilia Samoilo worked together on a project to gather stories of near-death experiencers and how they were perceived and treated by the healthcare system after their extraordinary NDE’s. Lil…
 
Learn how the lessons learned from patients at the end of life can help us navigate the challenges confronting us right now. This episode features a conversation with Suzanne B. O’Brien RN, founder of the International Doulagivers Institute as we discuss the many lessons we have each learned from our work with patients at the end of life and how th…
 
Learn how understanding the integral model can help us cope with crisis and reduce conflict with our fellow humans. In this solo episode I share some concepts based on Ken Wilber’s integral theory to help us understand why we are at a breaking point in our fragmented society right now. We will look at some new ways of viewing the world and tips for…
 
On the ninth of each month we have been called to hold space in our communities on life, death and transformation by ObservetheNinth.org. Today’s vigil will hold space for love and compassion for all of humankind and for the planet itself. May it bring you peace and comfort. Vigil for Times of Uncertainty VIGIL-Script-August-2020Download…
 
Dr. Karen Wyatt is the bestselling author of the book 7 Lessons for Living from the Dying, which contains stories of patients she cared for as a hospice doctor and the spiritual lessons she learned from them at the end of their lives. Dr. Wyatt also hosts End-of-Life University Podcast, which features conversations with experts who work in all aspe…
 
Christine Clawley graduated and received her Master's degree from Pacifica Graduate Institute in 2015. She completed her Bachelor's degree in Psychology and Philosophy from the University of Colorado and is currently a Depth therapist, specializing in treating trauma and trauma-related disorders such as PTSD and complex PTSD. She has worked with a …
 
Our guest is Dave Kane, father of Nicolas O’Neill, who at 18 was the youngest victim of the fourth largest nightclub fire in United States history in 2003 where 100 people lost their lives. After receiving many signs from Nicky, Dave KNOWS he has not lost his son, that love never ends and that he has been given the priceless gift of a loving, etern…
 
Learn about the issues facing hospice care in the US and how the “heart” of hospice is essential for end-of-life care. My guests today, Helen Bauer RN and Jerry Fenter, are the hosts of the popular podcast The Heart of Hospice. Having worked as a hospice nurse and hospice chaplain, these two are passionate about offering education and support to an…
 
Ellen Whealton is a transpersonal and music therapist, healer, workshop presenter and educator who uses numerous modalities such as music, sound bowls, essential oils, meditation and more. Her passion for healing was born out her Near Death Experience when she was 12 years old. Ellen has presented at major universities, retreats, medical facilities…
 
Learn how to build resiliency to better cope with the overwhelming changes taking place in the world right now. In this solo episode I talk about the necessity of change in life and what happens when the amount of change we are forced to deal with exceeds our capacity to manage it. I share some thoughts about the consequences of “change fatigue” an…
 
At the age of 19, a near death experience and 3 week coma blasted Shawna Ristic open energetically. During her time on the other side, she was accompanied by 12 light beings that she has come to call the Council, and with whom she consults to this day. Upon awakening from the coma, Shawna knew that she had come to Earth to help people heal and to f…
 
Claudia Watts Edge who had a profound Near-Death Experience in 1984. She has been researching NDE’s and Spiritual Phenomenon for over forty years, keeping her own experience private until just a few years ago when it was shown that it was finally time to share the Wonders of the Other Side. Claudia has written two books, Gifts from the Edge Volume …
 
Learn the inside story of this groundbreaking tour across America to promote conversations about death and dying. My guest Kimberly Paul last appeared on End-of-Life University 2 years ago as she was preparing to embark on a courageous adventure: traveling across the US in an RV and teaching and talking about death and dying with people she met alo…
 
The Myth of Dying author Linda McCarthy believes humans survive physical death, thrive, and reunite. She has researched the work of brilliant minds in the fields of medicine, law, and science, as well as having had her own personal experiences with near death. She is also the the mother of a son who transitioned while serving in the U.S. Navy. As a…
 
Karen Davies who had no idea that walking into her first local spiritualist church back in 2001 would lead her to study to become a medium. She has studied extensively different aspects of mediumship at the Arthur Findlay College with many great mediums including Eileen Davies, Glyn Edwards, Scott Milligan and Tony Stockwell and was even awarded a …
 
Learn what happens in the non-physical realm during the dying process according to a death doula and psychic medium. My guest Debra Diamond is a former Wall Street money manager who left her career to pursue a life of service as a medical intuitive and psychic medium. She shares how she works with hospice patients as a death doula and what she has …
 
Three steps for increasing your capacity for kindness in a world that is polarized, divided, and suffering right now. In this episode I’ll share some poems, stories and philosophical musings about our polarized world, which is filled with suffering, and how we can rise above our difference and our pain to show compassion and kindness to one another…
 
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Learn how honoring the sacredness of birth and death are key to healing the problems in our medical system. My guest Dr. Nathan Riley specializes in both obstetrics and hospice and palliative care. He’ll share insights from his work at the beginning and the end of life and how the medical system fails to honor the sacredness of these two passages. …
 
Learn tips and resources for helping children deal with grief during this unique time in history. My guest Linda Goldman is a grief therapist, counselor and teacher who does trainings on children’s grief and trauma and working with LGBT youth. She shares insights and resources for helping children who are dealing with grief and trauma due to the CO…
 
Welcome to this weekly bonus series of brief stories designed to touch your heart and offer you comfort, joy, laughter, and inspiration as we face uncertain times together! Remember always to choose LOVE over fear! Story 15: You’re Already There You’re Already There Featured Poem: Journey by David Whyte Above the mountains the geese turn into the l…
 
Learn about current research into the experience of dying as a physical, emotional and spiritual process. My guest Jennie Dear, who has been a journalist, English professor and hospice volunteer, was curious about the question “what does it feel like to die?” so she conducted her own research project. After interviewing doctors, nurses, psychologis…
 
Welcome to this weekly bonus series of brief stories designed to touch your heart and offer you comfort, joy, laughter, and inspiration as we face uncertain times together! Remember always to choose LOVE over fear! Story 14: Connecting the Dots Connecting the Dots Featured Quote: By Steve Jobs You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can onl…
 
Listen here: Special Event Hosted by Alua Arthur of Going with Grace: “Sayin it Louder: A Conversation about “A Good Death” in a racist society” Wednesday June 10th – 4 pm Pacific/7 pm Eastern An online panel discussion with Alua Arthur and five Black leaders in the end-of-life space. Don’t miss this important conversation. Register at the link bel…
 
Welcome to this weekly bonus series of brief stories designed to touch your heart and offer you comfort, joy, laughter, and inspiration as we face uncertain times together! Remember always to choose LOVE over fear! Story 13: These tricky roads of grief These tricky roads of grief Featured Poem by Meggie C. Royer Color of Grief As a child I was cons…
 
Learn how video tech is revolutionizing advance directives and about special training for death doulas to become ACP educators. My guest Dr. Fred Mirarchi is an emergency medicine physician and the principal investigator of the TRIAD Research Series (The Realistic Interpretation of Advance Directives.) He’ll discuss how his research has confirmed t…
 
Welcome to this weekly bonus series of brief stories designed to touch your heart and offer you comfort, joy, laughter, and inspiration as we face uncertain times together! Remember always to choose LOVE over fear! Story 12: There’s something greater than us There’s something greater than us Featured Verse from The Tao of Death by Karen Wyatt Verse…
 
Learn about an innovative game that helps families improve communication and face grief and change together. My guest Sara Schneider is trained as a performance anthropologist and also has a background in writing and directing for the theatre. She is the creator of a unique game titled The Human Journey® which helps families and support groups deve…
 
Welcome to this weekly bonus series of brief stories designed to touch your heart and offer you comfort, joy, laughter, and inspiration as we face uncertain times together! Remember always to choose LOVE over fear! Story 11: To everything there is a season To everything there is a season Featured Verse: Ecclesiastes 3: 1-8 To every thing there is a…
 
Lee Witting served as a chaplain at a major Maine hospital, pastors the Union Street Brick Church in Bangor, Maine, and spent many years publications director for the International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS) which is the world’s pioneer organization for what happens after the soul leaves the body. Lee is also the host of NDE Radio w…
 
Learn some new strategies for coping with after-death care needs at a time when the funeral industry is overwhelmed. My guest Lucinda Herring is a home funeral and green burial consultant and guide and a licensed funeral director in the state of Washington. She is the author of Reimagining Death: Stories and Practical Wisdom for Home Funerals and G…
 
Welcome to this weekly bonus series of brief stories designed to touch your heart and offer you comfort, joy, laughter, and inspiration as we face uncertain times together! Remember always to choose LOVE over fear! Story 10: What Life is Bringing Me Now What Life is Bringing Me Now Featured Quote: Viktor Frankl – Man’s Search for Meaning pp. 98-99 …
 
Learn how stories heal grief in this special episode for Mother’s Day. My guest Elizabeth Coplan is a playwright, educator and speaker who created the non-profit Grief Dialogues where she uses theatre as the artistic expression to open new conversations about dying, death, and grief. Today, on Mother’s Day, we will talk about the grief experience o…
 
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