Episode Overview:In this episode, my guest Sue Brayne and I address new ways to think, behave, live more consciously, and help others right to their very last breaths. We dive into different ways that near death/out-of-body experiences may change our quality of life and help us to better understand and cherish our own mortality.
We discuss how to make caring for someone we love a bit more comfortable for them, as well as us as caregivers. The episode also covers research on psychedelics being tested to comfort the terminally ill, and the positive impact that Death Cafés are having on the hearts and souls of so many around the world.
Yes, life is beautiful! Join me as Sue shows us how to live better with what we know and have now.
Guest: Sue Brayne originally trained as a state registered nurse. She has an MA in the Rhetoric and Rituals of Death (King Alfreds, Winchester), a second MA in Creative Writing (Oxford Brookes), and was an honorary researcher for Dr. Peter Fenwick’s five-year retrospective study into end-of-life experiences through the Clinical Division of Southampton University. She is the author of several books on death, dying, and mortality, including Nearing the End of Life: a guide for relatives, friends, and carers. This has now been translated into six languages, most recently Finnish and German. For many years Sue worked as a psychotherapist, specializing in trauma, end-of-life issues, bereavement, and grief. She has also facilitated numerous Death Cafesin many different settings and hosts the Embracing Your Mortality podcast. Recently she published Granny Mo, Is Teddy Going to Die? her first early years picture book helps young children and adults talk together about death and dying. Suebrayne.co.uk
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