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Flourishing during uncertainty – online meditations at South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

‘Free your Mind, Open your Heart, Live in Harmony’ An opportunity to take time out, unwind and recharge has been taken up at the South West Yorkshire Partnership Trust in the form of weekly online half- hour lunchtime meditation sessions. This is available for staff, service users and volunteers of…

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VIHASA programmes in India over lockdown

VIHASA programmes in India have been progressing at a fast pace over the lockdown period, with online workshops being conducted once or twice a week. Each of the eight modules are being covered over three sessions. A series of online sessions called ‘Values for Life’  are also taking place fortnightly….

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Shining Light on Death – Online Workshop (PART 2) Saturday 1st August 2020

The second part of the online workshops on Shining Light on Death opened with a minute’s silence followed by an introduction to the session by Nirmala Ragbir-Day.  Nirmala went on to share that the ethos behind the Shining Light on Death theme is that “…death is still a topic that many…

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Shining Light on Death – Transitions through Grief – Sunday 26th July 2020

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION   Thank you so much for attending the Webinar Shining light on Death : transitions through grief on Sunday. There were 89 viewers of the event. Conversations like these invariably lead to new questions.  We had an abundance of those, too many in fact to answer individually….

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Shining Light on Death – Online Event (PART 1) Saturday 25th July 2020

The sweet sound of Cherry Steinberg’s flute welcomed the online audience of 80  who attended the first of two Zoomed Shining Light on Death workshops, facilitated by Nirmala Ragbir-Day, Spiritual Care Training Co-ordinator at South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. Nirmala explained the aim of the two workshops was…

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Dr Craig Brown: living and dying well

Chrissie McGinn and Richard Hewitt, friends for many years of the late Dr Craig Brown, share their insights and experiences of the time they spent with Craig during his final days.    Living well Craig Brown epitomised living and dying well. He lived life to the full by generously giving…

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News of the passing of Dadi Janki, President of Janki Foundation

Dadi Janki, the tireless spiritual leader who meant so much to so many, passed away on 27th March in Mount Abu, Rajasthan. She has been the inspiration for the work of the Janki Foundation, one of whose aims was to provide regular support to the Global Hospital and Research Centre…

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News of the passing of Dr Craig Brown

After our previous post on Dr Craig Brown, we received the news that he passed away on Tuesday the 10th of March. The family told us he was so peaceful and they managed to care for him at home until the end, which was his wish.  His funeral was held…

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Shining Light on Death Workshop 3 at South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

The third workshop on Shining Light on Death held at South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust was an opportunity for the group of 21 participants to hear from speakers about their own experiences in dealing with death and dying. These included Rev. Mike Gartland, Head of Pastoral and Spiritual…

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Ante -Thanatos care: a holistic approach for preparing for the end of life by Dr Craig Brown

Dr Craig Brown, our dear friend and scientific and medical advisor to the Janki foundation, has recently been diagnosed with a terminal illness. Our loving thoughts and healing wishes are with him. He has generously allowed us to publish his own thoughts on being in this position which we are…

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