What if you could protect your unquiet dead by being in a better relationship with Death?
In The Dangerous Old Woman, Clarissa Pinkola-Estes expresses ‘danger’ in its antequated meaning ‘to protect,’ as in, “You stand in my danger.” In my aura, you are protected.
It is humanity’s job to stand in the danger of our unquiet dead, though to do so with integrity we must stand in the danger of death. We must be willing to see its healing and supportive aspects a much as its shadows and grief.
In October and November I will host two sessions of In the Danger of Death. In the first session we will discuss basic deathwalking, which is part of animistic awareness, why the dead don’t move on, how we can help them do so, and take time for Q&A about deathwalking.
In the second session we will hold space for our dead to move on in a ritual to facilitate their release.
These sessions will be $35 to attend, or open to Patreon tier Wyrdweaver and above. Seats are limited to keep the sessions intimate.
Explore my FAQ if you want a better context for deathwork, and contact me with questions.
S. Kelley Harrell, M. Div.
I’m an animist, author, deathwalker and death doula. For the last 25+ years, through Soul Intent Arts I’ve helped others to ethically build thriving spiritual paths as fit, embodied elders, who upon death become wise, capable Ancestors. My work is Nature-based, and focuses soul tending through the Elder Futhark runes, animism, ancestral healing, and deathwork. I’m author of Runic Book of Days, and I host the podcast, What in the Wyrd. I also write The Weekly Rune as a celebration of the Elder Futhark in season. Full bio.
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To bear your unique gift to the world.
To leave the planet better than you found it.
So that your descendants never elder alone.