This is one of those conversations that ranges far beyond the principles and practices of Sacred Deathcare, into how deathwork relates to larger cultural forces.
In this conversation, Julie jumps right to the interesting questions and many people have said that this is one of their favorite interviews.
Carina Lyall’s Becoming Nature podcast explores “ceremony, community, elderhood, expression, keeping it real, life and its medicine.”
Karen Wyatt is a retired hospice doctor, and her podcast, End of Life University, has been a mainstay of the holistic death movement for years.
Melody and I explore how the environments around us impact how we live and die We also talk about the collective death and rebirth period we’re currently navigating.
Michael and I unpack what a ritual is, explore how grief and grieving differ, and how to understand our life as a spiral rather than a linear trajectory.
This conversation covers a host of topics, including grieving, mourning and healing at a distance, rituals for pregnancy loss, and creating new cultural models for meeting grief and loss.
A heartfelt conversation about why funerals matter, and how rituals are important for both the living and the dead, and why funerals need to make space for tears and laughter.
This interview explores a yogic perspective on the different types of death, how to prepare for death, and
the journey the soul takes as we leave the physical body.
This wide-ranging interview explores the difference between The Priest/ess, The Shaman, and The Psychopomp as archetypes.
This interview with podcast host James Stovall, delves into a fascinating array of topics about death, dying and being dead.
Holistic vet Dr. Edward Bassingthwaighte interviews Sarah about what happens, energetically and spiritually, as an animal dies and how to prepare for euthanasia.
In this early interview, when I was still calling myself a Death Midwife, I tell stories about clients I’ve worked with.
This episode is dedicated to Sarah’s deceased cat, Luna, and all those who are suffering grief over the death of a beloved animal, or tree friend, or natural landscape.
This interview, with me and my dad, explores his feelings about life and death from his new perspective, confined to a bed in a long-term care centre, after having had a major stroke.