Berri-Lynn Levert - Death Doula
Every path leads homeward, every step is birth, every step is death, every grave is mother.
- Hermann Hesse
Fear of death dulls our delight for life.
Let's reconstruct and honour death’s sacred truth of beauty and reverence. It is our rite to ancestorship and our final gift to give and receive.
End of life planning is one of the biggest acts of love,
we're making our death kinder to ourselves and loved ones.
- Berri-Lynn Levert
Conscious Living + Dying Preparedness Group
make our death
kinder to ourselves
+ loved ones.
6 Weekly gatherings via Zoom
1.5 hours + 15 minute Q+A (optional)
1 - 30 minute 1:1 call (optional)
Weekly: reflective emails with resources
Thank you for your caring support.
Your guidance towards thinking about death and dying opened a new door of thought for me.
At 74, in the autumn of my life, I now value my winter years as a reward and am happy to march forward with acceptance and no fear.
You have taught me so many positive lessons that I will carry with me and share with my circle of loved ones.
What Brought Me to Death Care Work
My hope is to be a part of changing our Death-Denying
culture, to bring death back to its Sacred place.
The idea of death, at a young age seemed so disconnected, “here today, gone tomorrow” without any real substance to absorb mentally.
I didn’t understand at the time why, but funerals were so beautiful to me, I loved the energy in a funeral home.
I grew up in Northern Ontario where we spent our summers on the lake in a small cabin, it was like visiting another world and where I became a water-baby,