Dying Consciously

Do not stand at my grave and weep. I am not there; I do not sleep. I am a thousand winds that blow, I am the diamond glints on snow, I am the sun on ripened grain, I am the gentle autumn rain. When you awaken in the morningsā€™ hush I am the swift uplifting rush Of quiet birds encircled flight. I am the soft stars that shine at night. Do not stand at my grave and cry, I am not there; I did not die
— Mary Elizabeth Frye

Bellandos is dedicated to partnering with the Four Winds and their Dying Consciously organization.  Please see their Mission Statement below.

We  bring as a gift to the community support and a step-by-step guide to assist the dying and loved ones through the dying process. Patty has been trained to bring these sacred healing practices and traditional rites to your clients, students, friends and loved ones.

We will host workshops for our community to provide hands on techniques and resources to bring back grace and peace to the dying process. We are also available privately to assist individuals upon request.

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Mission Statement of Dying Consciously, The Four Winds:

Dying Consciously: The Greatest Journey is a service dedicated to helping people make their final transition. It is designed for all persons involved in the dying process: the individual, family members, friends, hospice workers, and support groups. It offers a message of hope that helps to bring dignity and peace back to the dying process for all involved. The goal of the Dying Consciously Project is to teach the skills to end life with grace.

Dying Consciously is based on the great death rites practiced by the ancient traditions that held the secret of conscious death. These rites allow us to understand the kind of psychological and emotional closure needed throughout the death process. They provide specific steps to bring reconciliation and healing both to the loved ones and to the person dying.

A key element of this program is volunteers who are available to assist the individual or family through the dying process, as well as comprehensive online resources which include a step-by-step guide to assist loved ones and others  through the dying process.

The online resources are available at no cost. Our volunteers are available at no charge, by email or telephone to assist in understanding the program.

In addition, we teach the Dying Consciously work in communities and end of life care facilities around the world as well as create partnerships with institutions and teach staff and professional caregivers to render spiritual assistance and healing to individuals and their families.

Additional Information can be obtained at the www.dyingconsciously.org.

Patty Bellando-Field