This episode of Dying with Grandpa features a heartfelt interview with writer and intuitive Nancy Shobe who lost her mother in 2014. Nancy’s beautiful stories about her mother’s death have been well received and published nationally. During our time together, Nancy recounts her experiences at her mother’s side in a Michigan Hospice after her mother was diagnosed with a rare intestinal cancer. Only given 6 weeks to live, Nancy’s mother, Barbara, found peace at the end of her life by letting go of all items she no longer needed, including her residence. Impacted by her mom’s graceful transition, Nancy now lives her life boldly and fearlessly; inspiring others to do the same.
Welcome to another episode of Dying with Grandpa. I had to call this episode, “Wisdom from a Death Midwife” because our guest, Beth McDonald, had so much wisdom to share. Beth was called to the work of death midwifery after developing a deep wisdom about death through many experiences that shaped her life in unexpected ways. To me, Beth is a living example of the hippocratic oath, “First do no harm.” She has a special gift for helping people live their best life and for assisting people through the good death.
It can be hard to watch a loved one suffer with terminal illness at the end of life. But what happens when we lose a loved one unexpectedly?
This podcast features a touching story of one mother’s spiritual journey after her son’s sudden transition. In our time with Tracy Caraway we will learn how the close relationship with her son, Tyler, has remained strong despite his transition.
We will also feature information about Robert Schwartz’s work on pre-birth planning. For more information about Robert’s work, including the book “Your Soul’s Plan”, click here.
This podcast episode features our first guest, Jamie Kingsley. Jamie shares her experience of being in the room with her father as he transitioned eight years ago. She will also give us her insights about the death process and the life lessons she’s taken forward from her experience, shaping her passion for helping people choose their change.
In this episode I will share more about my grandfather’s death and what I learned about death as a transition. We’ll be exploring what I learned about beginnings and endings as I tended to my grandfather’s transition. I will also be sharing my insights about how energy moves through change and how we can tune into changes with less fear and more confidence.
Have you or someone you loved been impacted by a near death experience? In this episode I will introduce myself and share more about how I came into this work, including my near death experience (NDE). We will use P.M.H. Atwater’s book, Near Death Experiences: The Rest of the Story, to explore the topic of integration and what it’s like to make changes after a near death experience.
If you’d like more information about NDE’s, I recommend visiting Atwater’s research website