Clear Light Practice
This practice is nonsectarian and of universal applicability. Although suitable for the religious and non-religious alike, it accommodates to and blends easily and beautifully with meaningful segments of your family’s traditions and beliefs, making it your family’s own practice. Many families have used the Clear Light practice for the dying as an adjunct to hospice care.
Perhaps we consult books on Death & Dying, only to find that books really don’t help much in the actual experience of being in the same room as a dying loved one during the final hours.
Attending a Clear Light Training Weekend will introduce you to the Clear Light practice for the dying. You will learn how to cut through the confusions of mind heightened by illness and medications. You will learn how to meld the consciousness of yourself, that of the dying person and other family members into a powerful, clear unity flowing inexorably toward the moment which many consider to be life’s greatest spiritual opportunity: the moment of the great light.