Drink tea, eat cake and talk about death.
The Bastyr University Center for Spirituality, Science and Medicine invites you to a series of frank yet light-hearted discussions about life and death at the new monthly Death Cafes, which continue October 22, 2014.
Brad Lichtenstein, ND, who supervises students at biofeedback counseling shifts at Bastyr Center for Natural Health, will facilitate the open-ended conversation that gives attendees the opportunity to take an honest look at the subjects of death and dying, often with complete strangers.
“These are open to anyone willing to take an honest look at how they’re living in the world, and who also want to get some ideas about caring for people who are dying,” he says.
To add to the light-hearted approach of the often heavy-hearted subject, Bastyr Center plans to stick with the international Death Cafe themethat states: “At Death Cafes people drink tea, eat cake and discuss death.”
Cake will be provided by nutrition students from Bastyr University, along with Choice Organic Wellness Teas, which were formulated by a master herbalist at the University.
All we ask you to bring is an open mind.