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Free 7-day End-of-Life Preparation Mini-Course
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End of Life Planning & Paperwork Workshop

A Journey of External and Internal Preparation for Folks of ANY Age and Stage.

End-of-Life Preparation

A 13-week Immersion Course from Fall Equinox to Winter Solstice 2024

This is a practical, emotional, spiritual, and community building workshop!

Embark on a transformative 13-week IMMERSION course that results in more empowerment, embodiment, alignment, and presence in your life.  This live & online series, led by Lee Warren, is a step-by-step guided process to create clear end-of-life intentions as well as an in-depth introduction to the profound realms of Death Literacy, Death Acceptance, Death Positivity, and Conscious Dying Practice.

September 17, 2024 to December 10, 2024.

LIVE and ONLINE Immersion Course Series

Tuesdays from noon to 2:15pm Eastern.
Each week is a 2.25 hour class.
For a total of 29 hours together.

The sessions will be recorded.
I ask that you are able to attend at least 2/3 of the sessions live (8 out of the 13).

To get the most out of the course plan to spend 3-5 hours (in addition to class time) to complete the assignments. 

From Fall Equinox to Winter Solstice 2024

Pripo & Rainbow Teplitsky

Therapist & Artist
“We highly recommend to get your end of life papers in order. This workshop was very informative yet very heartfelt. Lee did a great job guiding people through this process at a pleasing pace while making room for people’s questions. The guest presenters added relevant and personal stories. Lee is full of knowledge and experience and she generously share all her relevant resources to help you complete this process. Don’t procrastinate any longer.”

Dr. Brenda Freeman

“Our healthcare system inadequately addresses end of life preparation (ELOP) issues with patients and their families. Unfortunately, this results in end of life depression, hopelessness, demoralization, anxiety and sometimes a desire to delay the dying process with futile medical interventions or a desire for a hastened death when someone is faced with a terminal illness. Lee’s EOLP course content was comprehensive, meaningful and engaging and covered the practical, emotional, spiritual and community needs at end of life – preparation which are all important buffers against these end of life issues and which can lead to reduced suffering and living life fully to the very end. I highly recommend this course.”

Damon Sean Dickinson

Relationship & Intimacy Coach
“This workshop really helped me understand and appreciate the importance of making my wishes explicitly known by my loved ones who will have the responsibility and authority to make critical decisions in case of serious illness and or death. I realize now what a precious gift it is to imagine, design and document my ideal death and relieve everyone of the burden of hard decisions during such a stressful time.”

Patricia Kyritsi Howell

Writer, Teacher, Herbalist
“Lee conveys the importance of end of life planning with humor and wisdom. Together our community group was able to thoughtfully explore these decisions we tend to avoid. The sense of relief many of us felt at the end of the day was palpable. What a gift for our friends and families as we take the burden of hard decisions off their shoulders by ensuring our wishes are known ahead of time! So grateful.”

Linda Landon

Human Design Consultant
“Lee Warren brings enthusiasm, humor and profound insight to a topic that can be very challenging. This class took the ‘end of life preparation’ process to a whole new level of awareness. For the first time, I’m really thinking through how I want my end of life experience to be, and taking concrete steps to make that happen. I’ve already recommended this course to a few of my friends.”

Mountaine Jonas

Artist, Entertainer, Magician, Bard
“This workshop was exactly what I needed to take next steps in preparation for my “demise”. I loved the format in every way.”

This Experience is Perfect For You If:

  • You’re of any age or stage in life who recognizes the importance of death literacy and wants to learn conscious dying practices.
  • You seek emotional and spiritual growth through understanding and embracing the end-of-life process.
  • You want to be a part of a community where you can engage in deep, meaningful conversations about death with a supportive group.
  • You need practical tools for planning and preparing for end-of-life, leading to empowerment and peace of mind.
  • You appreciate a blend of structured learning and personal exploration and are committed to attending live sessions and dedicating time outside of classes to deepen your understanding.
  • You’re looking for a transformative experience that changes how you perceive life and death, fostering a proactive approach to end-of-life planning.

Dive into a 13-week journey that transforms your understanding of death into a source of empowerment and peace. You’ll learn to view the end of life not as a fear, but as a profound aspect of your life’s journey. We’ll also address the practical aspects of preparing for death, guiding you in making  informed decisions and crafting compassionate end-of-life directives.

Evalena Rose


“Thank you for educating me on a topic that has been in my mind and didn’t know how to approach. The information shared in the class was very useful and opens up more avenues for me to explore. It is a doorway towards reflecting on available options and choices related to end of life that is usually avoided or neglected.”

Benita Silver


“This workshop offers a bounty of resources, including the participants who lend support, education and direction. It’s truly a beautiful unfolding of community in process! I feel so much more well-equipped to address the issues of approaching my end-of-life.”

Dr. David Nygaard

“The END OF LIFE PREPARATION workshop was comprehensive and impressive in regard to the content shared. It covered difficult topics with grace and neutrality. Lee is gifted at managing group process while insuring she attended to individual needs and desires.”

Patrick Davis

Hospice Chaplain & Haywood County End of Life Co-Founder & Board President
“So many of us fill our lives being busy with supporting others. Really, we can all benefit from the experience of pausing, breathing, and being in the presence of an exceptional coach and guide. Lee has helped me take care of the particulars of the end of my life and helped me deepen my own journey.”

Diane Baker

“I appreciate the multitude of topics related to end of life decisions that were presented in this class. As I become more informed, I realize I can decide what feels most important to me, and take the appropriate actions. Lee is knowledgeable, heartful, and interesting throughout the entire program.”

Cat Matlock

Yoga Instructor, Massage Therapist, Entrepreneur, Author
“The End of Life workshop with Lee Warren helped me to organize my thoughts while also inviting me to honor my feelings and hopes for that time of life. Lee is an excellent facilitator.”


This series is an overview of many aspects of end of life preparation including advanced life directives, after death options, financial choices, building death community, and preparing for death internally. How much paperwork you “finish” is entirely up to how much time you dedicate to the process.

The Five Wishes document is an internationally renowned advanced directive often described as a “living will with a heart and soul.” The wishes are: 1. Who do I want to make decisions for me when I can’t? 2. What kind of medical treatment do I want or not want? 3. How comfortable do I want to be? 4. How do I want people to treat me? 5. What do I want my loved ones to know?

Week 1

Introduction, Intentions, Overview, Invitation

Week 2

Wish 1 (from the 5 Wishes), Patient Advocacy, Death Care Teams, Addendum

Week 3

Songs, Chants, Journal Prompts, Poems, and Other Mystical Traditions for Exploring “Beyond the Veil”

Week 4

Wish 2 (from the 5 Wishes), Medical Interventions, Pain Management, Go-Wish Cards, Addendum

Week 5

Integration, What Makes for a Good Death Contemplation, Death Traditions from Our Past

Week 6

Wishes 3, 4, 5 (from the 5 Wishes), Finalizing 5 Wishes, Dementia Directives, MOST, DNR, Medical POA

Week 7

Psychedelics & The Practice of Dying

Week 8

Honoring the Dead: After Death Options including Home Funeral & Home Burial

Week 9

After Death Options Continued including After Death Paperwork

Week 10

Financial Considerations & Strategies for Purging “Stuff”

Week 11

Building Death Literate Community, Death Humor, Death Resources

Week 12

Saying Yes to Death, Making Peace with Death, Embodied Living & Dying

Week 13

Discretionary Time (in case something big comes up or we need to add a week because we ran over or something we still need to unpack)


Optional. Solstice Celebration. Closure. Course Graduation Ceremony. 

Ellie Richard

“Lee is very generous in sharing her own stories of being with those who were dying, and also making her own end of life documents available. Lee really helped me to understand what I need to get into dying order for myself and, to understand what I can do to normalize talking about death.”

Sera Deva

Business Coach
“Lee is a potent somatic death practitioner that brings joy and ease into her work with clients. In a few short 1:1 sessions, Lee helped me work through family trauma spanning back generations that was preventing my aunt from moving smoothly through the death process. Within a week of processing with Lee (and after some very acute movement of the trauma through my own body) my aunt left her body.”

Victoria Rose

“I appreciated the list of resources available to be aware of and then make decisions based on my personal needs and preferences. Also, the sense of community nurtured during the workshop and the opportunity and encouragement to continue to build a death positive community.”

Heather Hale

Integrative Health Coach
Lee beautifully blended the nuts and bolts of end of life planning and paperwork with deeper, heart-centered reflection. Her presentation style is exceedingly engaging and the hours flew by, partly because her group facilitation was skillful- affirming, compassionate and with appropriate humor.

Grace S. Hearth

“I highly recommend this workshop to absolutely everyone. And ASAP too! None of us can know when the moment will come that we must leave our body (and life as we know it) behind forever. Being as prepared as we can be for such creates more grace and ease in one’s living.”

Susan Gee Rumsey

Bellingham, WA
“This workshop gave me the information and motivation I needed to do the end-of-life planning and preparations that I’d been procrastinating over for many years. It opened my mind to possible “exit strategies” that I am certain I would not have discovered on my own.”

“Death is not waiting for us at the end of a long road. Death is always with us, in the marrow of every passing moment. She helps us to discover what matters most.”

― Frank Ostaseski, The Five Invitations: Discovering What Death Can Teach Us About Living Fully

What’s Included?

  • More than 29 hours of live class time through 13 live 2.25 -hour sessions via Zoom
  • Recordings, Slides, and Chat Sessions of all classes
  • End of Life Checklist to help you keep track of your tasks. 
  • Comprehensive List of Resources to help you gather information, compare notes, and make decisions.
  • Buddy system pairing with a fellow classmate for accountability
  • Access to printable templates and formatted paperwork
  • Examples of completed paperwork from which to base your design
  • Discussion, ideas, inspiration, and encouragement
  • Support, celebration, and community
  • Prompts for contemplation and meditation
  • Concrete homework steps each week
  • Group time for integration and motivation

David Case

Abundance Magician

“From the opening moments of the workshop, Lee’s wisdom is apparent. Even though zoom, she connects and inspires as through she is in your room. It’s clear that she is a master of all the materials she presented.”

MayaJoëlle Aubry

Voice Coach & International Tour Guide
“I felt very supported by the presenter and other members of the participants. We were maintaining a great level of communication, I felt a sense of belonging throughout the workshop and beyond.”

Kitty Schaller

“I was surprised at how quickly the time went, and I felt completely engaged throughout. This workshop was organized, informative, motivating — and most of all, human.”

Mariah Epes

“This class is an extremely successful combination of the practical issues of end-of-life paper work and also the personal and spiritual aspects of a death well considered. This combination is a wholistic approach, and a very meaningful and important one.”

Robyn Lynn

Somatic Therapist & Educator
“I left this class feeling knowledgeable, empowered, and inspired to prepare for death and dying, both my own and my parents and other loved ones.”

Jess Sparks

Artist & Entrepreneur
“I went from knowing nothing about end-of-life planning to having the resources I need to not only plan, but to include my loved ones in conversations and planning with me.”

Why End of Life Preparation?

These practices enable us to be more prepared for our eventual passing, encouraging us to fully embrace life in the present. 

We know not the day nor the hour, says the Bible, with an admonition to prepare ahead. Most traditional cultures—from ritual initiations to death contemplations to psychedelic experience—help us confront and understand death long before it arrives.

This 13-week course is a shared journey in preparing for the end of life. Whether you’re looking to assist a loved one, prepare for someone else’s departure, or get your own affairs in order, all reasons are valid and welcomed. It’s a universal truth that in helping others come to terms with their mortality, we must also reconcile with our own.

Intentional preparation for death not only honors life but also enhances the likelihood of experiencing a good death.

Throughout this course, you’ll be invited to contemplate deeply the important questions about the end of life. As we explore these questions together, you’ll become more comfortable discussing, considering, and making decisions about all aspects of your ideal end-of-life journey.

Expect to gain expert information, witness real-life examples, engage in both one-on-one and group discussions, have ample opportunities for deep contemplation, and access a wealth of resources.

This group setting offers a depth of sharing and support not achievable in individual settings, fostering a community that is literate and positive about death.

Join us in this transformative experience where you’ll not only prepare for the end of life but also participate in building a community that embraces death as an integral part of life’s journey.

“There is no task as urgent for us as to learn daily how to die.”

― Rainer Maria Rilke

Ellen Hamlin

“A course that is so helpful for anyone and everyone who is wanting to get their end of life paper work done. Lots of great tips, encouragement and ideas.”

Alice Elliott

“Very helpful, well thought out workshop. Worth the time to begin the process of a good, organized death.”

Peggy Crowe

Real Estate Advisor
“Lee, you’re the BEST! Thank you for who you are and how you have changed us.”

Robyn Lynn

Somatic Therapist & Educator
“Lee makes it easy and accessible to be in conversation about the charged subject of death, and she conveys a sense of the sacred passage of death in an entirely non-dogmatic way. I highly recommend this class to people of all ages and stages of life.”

Sera Deva

Business Coach
“I can’t express how important this work is in all of our lives, to help reframe pain and suffering in the death space into what it is—the birth/life/death/rebirth cycle. Thank you, Lee, for your work and commitment to this important learning for all of us.”

Annie Bachmann

“The End of Life Planning workshop was wonderful! A lot of good information along with the necessary forms were shared. Having it set up for participants to “buddy up” with another during and in between the 2 meetings, made a big difference for me to start my work on this with support. Thank you so much!”

What You’ll Gain

  • Comfort with End-of-Life Discussions.
  • Preparation for Death, whenever it comes.
  • Mystical Experiences.
  • End-of-Life Documents!
  • A Greater Aliveness, Gratitude, & Presence.
  • A Friendship or Intimacy with Death.
  • Ability to Share & Support Others.
  • A New Outlook of Life & Death.
  • Support & Shared Reality.
  • Conscious Dying Community.
  • Deepened Understanding of Death & Dying Issues.
  • Practice with Conversations.
  • Spiritual Reflections.
  • Increased Capacity for Death Related Experiences.
  • Inspiration & Experimentation.
  • Resources Galore.

From Previous Participants…

“An incredibly helpful workshop. Lee helped me prepare for my own death as well as prepare to serve the dying and their families in my immediate family and others in my death doula work.”

“I highly recommend this workshop. The workshop will provide an understanding of documents and options, but its deep value is in providing an experience of community connection around the often challenging subject of dying and death.”

“Lee is an experienced and truly competent guide in the vast landscapes of end of life plans. Her thoughtful pacing helps us navigate the territory of decisions to make, who to involve, emotions and choices. as we learn the paperwork. Being supported in preparing for this rite of passage by creating our death care team settles a lot in me. Everyone involved will benefit.”

“Lee’s teaching style has a lovely blend of organizational fortitude and down-to-earth compassion. She’ll keep everyone on task while being warm and genuinely open to input. I particularly appreciated the treasure trove of well-researched resources/experiences that she shared with us, the space she made for us to connect with each other, and her patience while we all navigated new technology.”

“This topic has been avoided for years. Lee made it palatable: Engaging! I’m motivated to continue! I needed this!”

“Lee’s information surrounding unpacking the paperwork utilized in the death and dying process course is clear and concise. She provides a warm and safe container to approach topics that while at first may seem uncomfortable, becomes one I recognize as being important to navigating through all the cycles of life.”

“Lee’s experience around death and dying lends to thorough and clear direction for exploring and documenting one’s final wishes. Participation in this workshop is invaluable for peace of mind around your death and for those left to carry out your intentions.”

“Lee’s teaching style has a lovely blend of organizational fortitude and down-to-earth compassion. She’ll keep everyone on task while being warm and genuinely open to input. I particularly appreciated the treasure trove of well-researched resources/experiences that she shared with us, the space she made for us to connect with each other, and her patience while we all navigated new technology.”

“The only choice we have as we mature is how we inhabit our vulnerability, how we become larger and more courageous and more compassionate through our intimacy with disappearance.”

― David Whyte

What Is Asked of You:
A Gentle Approach to Learning

  • Attend the live sessions as much as possible. We understand life’s demands, but engaging in real-time discussions enriches your experience and deepens your understanding. Aim to attend at least 8 of the 13 sessions live.
  • For a transformative experience, plan to allocate 3-5 hours per week outside of class time for reflection and tasks. This includes talking to loved ones, contemplating your wishes, reading and researching, engaging in mystical exercises, and integrating the learning. 
  • Expect to be opened – in heart and mind, in spirit and body. Exploring death, a topic often shrouded in taboo, is a deeply expansive and healing experience. Your life will be forever changed…in a good way. You’ll transform personal and societal beliefs to something more expansive and more delightful. 
  • Engage at your level of comfort. However you show up is a contribution. Our community thrives and welcomes input from everyone. We build a beautiful container based on mutual respect and the collective wisdom of attendees. Your insights and experiences are valuable, enhancing the learning journey for all.
  • Participate as deeply with the course materials and exercises as you desire. Some folks take the course multiple times. Enter where you are and be gentle with yourself regarding your pace, timing, style, and flow. It’s best to trust exactly where you are in your process.

Sally Miller

“I appreciated this workshop on a very practical level as an orientation to end-of-life logistics and decision-making. With more time and reflection, I see it as an initiation into living and dying as parts of one journey, one of fulfilling my human purpose. It is well designed and led to allow participants to take it in at a variety of levels.”

Mary Lane

Writer, Herbalist, Artist, Educator

“Lee did an excellent job in her organization of material, and giving enough to prepare us to get our paperwork done without being overwhelming. Any more, would have been too much. I appreciated the practical approach, and would love to see a second phase for preparing mentally, emotionally and spiritually, as well as the practical. I have found that much of that comes up when filling out the documents she has presented.”

Patrick Davis

Hospice Chaplain & Haywood County End of Life Co-Founder & Board President

“If you are a fellow caregiver, or someone who guides and works with others, and you’re wanting support for getting your own house in order, I highly recommend you taking her course or working with Lee.”

Price Details:


The fee for this event is on a sliding scale from $1,500 to $1,050 per person. There is one more early registration discount option on 6/30/24.

Special pricing (half price) for returning attendees of this course. Click here for details. 

I will gladly take 100% payment in Bitcoin. Contact me for transaction next steps. 


    Workshop fees are PER PERSON. Please fill out one registration per person. If you’re coming with a spouse or a family member and wish to receive a discounted rate, please be in touch. I very much value families doing this course together. 

    Sliding Scale:

    Sliding Scale is a type of fee structure where people with more resources can pay a higher price and people with fewer resources can pay at a lower price. In this system the student determines the rate, no questions asked. There is an inherent trust, allowance, and collaboration in this system that honors both the time and experience of the teacher as well as intuition, income, and ability of the student.

    That being said, PLEASE choose the highest level on the sliding scale that you can. A good rule of thumb is to pay at a price point that is a stretch but not a strain. If you’d like to attend but don’t have the funds, please contact me with a proposal. 

    Future Options:

    This course will be offered only once in 2025. Dates to be determined.

    This workshop’s capacity is 30. It will likely sell out. The earlier you register the better. There are no refunds for this workshop.

    Previous Participants Say:

    “I found this course very inspirational and practical too. In preparing to be present for my transition to a different form I plan on letting go of things and working on the needed paperwork. It stands out that this process will be smoother for both me and my family. Also, I am savoring moments of living, being more receptive and present to both myself and the universe.”

    ~Linda Elaine Easely

    “Lee is loving and very knowledgeable  about the topic. The addition of her personal pictures and experiences added a great deal. Clearly she has a passion for this and it is contagious for a topic that many shy away from.”


    “We all have to face our mortality and make plans for our deaths and burials, yet we all avoid it as much as possible.  This was a very helpful workshop.  Lee’s intention is to lay out all the practical steps and options involved, but also the more spiritual aspects of consciously choosing how one wants the dying process to go and the after death choices as well.  I can’t think of a more important process to consider, and Lee provides clear and thoughtful guidance.”


    “Thank you for educating me on a topic that has been in my mind and didn’t know how to approach.  The information shared in the class was very useful and opens up more avenues for me to explore.  It is a doorway towards reflecting on available options and choices related to end of life that is usually avoided or neglected.”


    “These topics can be very difficult to face on one’s own, but in the group setting of the workshop, with Lee’s inspiring, knowledgeable, and caring guidance, they became something to become “friends” with, not to fear. Thank you!”


    “This class answered alot of questions I had and didn’t know I had as well. Thank you for your time and resources Lee!”


    “I have been discussing and working on End of Life issues with family & friends for many years, and after preparing all other legal documents; I now realize how vital this process of completing the Five Wishes and exploring other resources that this Workshop brought to my attention.”


    “I have been discussing and working on End of Life issues with family & friends for many years, and after preparing all other legal documents; I now realize how vital this process of completing the Five Wishes and exploring other resources that this Workshop brought to my attention.”

    ~Rachel W.

    “So grateful that this course…. got me going in the direction of death literacy. Resources presented are invaluable to open up discussions with family and friends.”

    ~Teresa Wilson
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    For This 13-Week Immersion


    I  help people fall in love with existence through preparing for death.

    I have helped hundreds of folks, of all ages and stages, use death preparation as a practice for more ecstatic aliveness.

    As a Tantra and death educator, I know that life and death are interwoven lovers, two halves of the same whole.

    As a mystic, I am committed to seeing death as a portal or journey for our spiritual selves.

    As an embodiment practitioner, I am equally as committed to honor and support the sometimes messy and often heartbreaking aspects of the death & dying process.

    My offer to you is more intimacy with death. That looks like ease, acceptance, and empowerment with the the end-of-life process (yours and others’).

    Lee Warren, Death Educator, End-of-Life Preparation Coach, Caregiver Support Ally, Death & Dying Doula.

    How I Got Here:

    I have been fortunate to learn from the dying within the context of a village. Over two years, from 2016 to 2018, there were six deaths at Earthaven Ecovillage, the place I called home for more than two decades.

    These deaths, and the generous people who experienced them, offered incredible opportunities for service to the great mystery. My experiences ranged from preparing end-of-life paperwork, working with hospice, sitting with the dying, collaborating with families on all aspects of the death process, to tending our beloveds for after-death services, creating home wakes, home funerals, and home burials. 

    The end-of-life ceremonies and rituals we practiced wove together the fabric of our community, infusing meaning into every aspect of the death process. 

    What I’ve Learned:

    • Death can be a gift for all involved.
    • We have everything we need internally for a good death.
    • Conscious and positive death experiences are possible.
    • Preparing in advance, both internally and externally, makes a good death more possible.
    • A village context is by far the best way to depart. So let’s build the village. Everywhere.
    • Tending to the dying creates a bond with the whole in a way that nothing else does.
    • Susan Gee Rumsey

      Bellingham WA

      “As a result of this workshop I am much more relaxed and comfortable with the reality of my own death, and I am now enjoying working through the same end-of-life planning and preparations that I had avoided for so long. This workshop was literally life-changing for me, and I am deeply grateful to have taken part in it.”

    • Evalena Rose

      Meta Therapist

      “We all have to face our mortality and make plans for our deaths and burials, yet we all avoid it as much as possible. This was a very helpful workshop. Lee’s intention is to lay out all the practical steps and options involved, but also the more spiritual aspects of consciously choosing how one wants the dying process to go and the afterdeath choices as well. I can’t think of a more important process to consider, and Lee provides clear and thoughtful guidance.”

    • Kitty Schaller

      “Lee’s many years of experience and practice with end of life planning imbued the event with thoughtfulness and gentleness. I found her to be organized, informative, motivating — and most of all, human.”

    • Dr. David Nygaard


      “I have found Lee to be a wealth of knowledge and resources in regard to the potentially emotionally laden topic of death and dying.”

    • MayaJoëlle Aubry

      Voice Coach & International Tour Guide

      “Well organized, well delivered, well worth End of Life workshop, taking the taboo out of the subject. Each participant was given plenty of opportunities to share through speaking and typing.”

    • Ellie Richard

      “I really don’t think that the End of Life Workshop with Lee could have been any better. The content is comprehensive, the group size was perfect, and Lee is an excellent sensitive facilitator who is extraordinarily attuned to participants.”

    • Benita Silver


      “Lee presents a comprehensive overview about the essentials of end-of-life paperwork and considerations. She holds compassionate space for participants to deeply dive into discerning wishes and priorities and their ultimate impact on those who remain.”

    • Damon Sean Dickinson

      Relationship & Intimacy Coach

      “Lee’s wisdom and leadership in this arena is sacred and holy. Every human being on the planet needs to consider these vital issues. We make so many plans for a birth but try to postpone and ignore our inevitable and unpredictable death. This course gives me hope that my transition can be the most beautiful and graceful possible for everyone involved . So grateful!”

    • Heather Hale

      Integrative Health Coach

      “I really appreciated Lee nurturing of what I’ll call “accountability buddies” so that these often challenging to-do items have support both during the course of the workshop and when it completed. I have told ALL the people I care about about this course. I hope at least some of them will carve out the time for this immensely worthwhile workshop!  Thank you, Lee!”

      Frequently Asked Questions

      Who is this course for?

      This course is designed for anyone interested in gaining a deeper understanding of death and dying, regardless of age or life stage. Whether you are preparing for your own end of life, helping a loved one, or simply wish to gain a more profound appreciation for life, this course offers valuable insights and practical tools.

      What if I can’t attend all the live sessions?

      While attending the live sessions is highly recommended to gain the full benefit of community interaction, all sessions will be recorded. We ask that participants commit to attending at least 8 of the 13 sessions. You will have access to these recordings to catch up on any missed content.

      Are there any prerequisites for joining the course?

      No prior knowledge or experience is required to join this course. Participants only need to bring an open mind and a willingness to engage in discussions about death and dying. Some participants take the course for the first time with an intention to absorb the information (but not complete paperwork). They then take it again later to do the tasks. However you show up is a contribution to the whole. 

      What technical requirements do I need to participate?

      You will need a stable internet connection to attend live sessions and access course materials online. Sessions will be conducted via Zoom, so ensuring that your computer or device supports this software will be necessary.

      How much time will I need to dedicate outside of class sessions?

      In addition to the live sessions, we recommend dedicating 3-5 hours per week to complete readings, exercises, and reflections designed to deepen your understanding, and experience of the course material. If you plan to complete your paperwork we suggest you also schedule time to talk to family and friends about your wishes and their roles in your end of life plans. 

      What makes this course different from other end-of-life preparation programs?

      There aren’t many end of life preparation programs in existence. This course uniquely combines practical end-of-life planning with spiritual and emotional exploration within a community setting. It emphasizes real-life applications, personal and group reflection, and community support.

      What outcomes can I expect from completing this course?

      By the end of the course, you should have a comprehensive end-of-life plan, a deeper understanding of your personal views on death, and enhanced comfort with discussing and handling end-of-life matters. Additionally, you will have built a supportive network of individuals who share a death-positive perspective.

      Is Lee Warren the sole instructor for this Immersion Course?

      Lee Warren is the primary instructor. She sometimes brings in guest teachers on certain subjects and this is to be determined in a given series. 

      Are there other options besides a group context?

      Yes. You can work with Lee Warren on a one-on-one basis. Although the group does provide a lot of context, shared reality, support, and additional knowledge and insight. It’s a powerful community experience. But that’s entirely up to you. 

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