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12 LIFE LESSONS FROM A MAN WHO HAS SEEN 12000 DEATHS Deep...

  12 LIFE LESSONS FROM A MAN WHO HAS SEEN 12000 DEATHS Deepak RamolaMay 15, 2016 1237 Comments Bhairav Nath Shukla Rooted in the hearts of many Hindus is the belief that if you breathe your last in Kashi (Varanasi) you attain what is popularly known as ‘Kashi Labh’ or ‘the fruit of Kashi’—moksh or […]

Hotel Death :It’s a place of celebration, where dy...

Hotel  Death :It’s a place of celebration, where dying guests are promised freedom for their souls. And where one man, whose father is No. 14,544 in the ledger, finds himself torn between two worlds.  By Moni Basu, CNN Photographs by Atul Loke/Panos Pictures for CNN

Mua Kuvar Tiwari lies on a wooden cot in an incense-filled room at a home for the dying in the holy city of Varanasi. Her family brought her here to attain salvation for her soul. It’s a place of celebration, where dying guests are promised freedom for their souls. And where one man, whose father […]

Talking to Children who are bereaved

Interview with Psychic Diamond

Interview with Psychic Diamond

One of the questions I am often asked by clients as a bereavement counsellor, is whether I would recommend that they see a medium to find reassurance that the person who has died is safe and well, and to determine what happens once we die. I will always reply by asking my client what they would […]

Read: Wendy Halford Soul Midwife

Read: Wendy Halford Soul Midwife

Wendy Halford is a very interesting and lovely person, I was delighted to meet her and invited her to join me in our studio at BereavementUK .Wendy has also very kindly written the following article for us.  If you would like to share your thoughts or experience on this interesting subject we’d love to hear […]

Listen: Alex James chats to ‘Soul Midwife’ We...

Listen: Alex James chats to ‘Soul Midwife’ Wendy Halford

The Childrens Rememberance Song

The Childrens Rememberance Song

  Written for children to sing in schools or communities to acknowledge a bereavement.