Learn the essential aspects of “soul midwifery” from a true pioneer in the field of end-of-life care.
My guest Felicity Warner has been caring for the dying and teaching others to provide care for over 20 years. She shares with us how she found soul midwifery as her calling and the changes she has observed over the past two decades of her work as she has trained hundreds of people to become soul midwives in their own communities. Learn more at her website:
This interview includes:
- How Felicity first became interested in working with dying patients
- A look back at death and dying 20 years ago and the changes that have taken place over time
- The greatest challenges we face today in offering quality care to the dying
- What Felicity means by the term “soul midwife”
- How to prepare in order to be present with the dying
- Why listening is the most important skill we can develop in our work
- Felicity’s newest book: Sacred Oils and what we can learn from it
- Felicity’s Soul Midwives School and the trainings offered there
- Where to get Felicity’s books and how to work with her remotely or in person
A good death is an extraordinary, moving and sacred experience. It can also have a healing quality, not only for the person who is involved but their families, friends and the wider community. (Felicity Warner, Gentle Dying)
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