Death. You fear it and do everything in your power not to think about it until one you love crosses the veil before you. Suddenly, you no longer fear death. You long for it. But not really. What you want is release from suffering. What you want is your old life back. What you want is to be with your loved one again. What you want is change. You do not really want death, for within you is LIFE. Within you is the breath of life which pulls you ever onward, ever upward toward greater experiences of love. These await you whether here or in the hereafter. Trust the process. Grief comes and goes in waves. Sorrow comes and goes in waves. And in between? Beneath it all? The unchanging Joy of being Love In Full Expression. Death comes to all eventually. In the meantime, live fully. Love what is: The very fullness of being.
You are so very loved.
Dying Well is truly a Spiritual art that can be created by knowing stories of those who have successfully transitioned! My dream for this book is to have it as an Art Form, with beautiful pictures paired with the beautiful stories that were witnessed through my work with the dying.
Working with Sylvia DeVoss to match photos and digital creations with the stories shared by clients and family members, this book will be the center-piece of coffee tables to increase the awareness of the beauty of death.
The financial gain from this book will go toward further publications, support groups, and individual sharing of information to make Dying NORMAL!
I called Myra, since I knew she worked for years in hospice and understood death and dying. She helped my mother and I negotiate the medical system and plan for Granny's move home. That was before Christmas 2021. Mother provided Granny's care with help from various family members, the hospice agency and an occasional supportive call with Myra. Granny was able to remain home and died peacefully with Mother by her side. This was truly a blessing. L. Farmer, Virginia
Myra Lovvorn listened to my description of symptoms my husband was exhibiting. Two years before he was officially diagnosed with Alzheimer's Myra had his diagnosis pegged. She offered me ideas on resources to access. She coached me on what to expect. She told me I'd need to prepare myself emotionally for a difficult time ahead. I knew no one personally who had ever dealt with Alzheimer's. Myra helped me understand I would need to find assisted living arrangements for my husband at some point in the future. I didn't want to believe that I couldn't manage his care myself. Again, she was absolutely right. I did need to find care for him so I could maintain my sanity, my work life and my income.
Myra is a kind and caring woman who doesn't mince words. She's to the point while also being loving and understanding. Myra helped me set my understanding and be emotionally prepared for the journey my husband and I were both to endure. This helped me tremendously. Preparedness allowed me to meet the challenges without the overwhelm of emotions. I was able to remain calm and make informed decisions with Myra's guidance. End of life decisions are never easy. However, I knew with Myra's guidance I could do what I had to do and see my husband through his difficult spiritual journey to his final breaths. We did just that. My husband left his body in February of 2021, four years after Myra and I first spoke about his situation. I'm forever grateful for Myra's frankness, love and support. She is a light in the darkness of human challenge and a blessing to have in your back pocket! Sincerely, Karen McKy
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