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Let's Talk: Death, Grief and Healing

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As part of the POW! Thanet festival, join us for discussions about death positivity and healing with films and meditation.

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We invite you to join Tree Carr, a death doula, for this online event LIVE from The Palace Cinema in Broadstairs, UK.

Tree will co- host the event with her collegue Chantal Cameron where they will explore ways to heal from grief and learn about death positivity and self care. Whether you are dealing with grief or are just curious, the opportunity to learn about this oft-unspoken part of life will include films, discussion and a closure meditation.

Two short films about death and grief will be screened: Holding Space by Rebecca Kenyon and I'll Love You Until The End by Bex Singleton.

Holding Space is an intimate, observational documentary about preparing for death, told through the connection between a dying person and their end of life doula. Structured around a series of conversations, the film finds both poetry and unexpected humour in this most universal of experiences. By witnessing three people on the threshold between life and death, the film asks: if you knew you were dying, how would you prepare to let go?

I'll Love You Till The End is an intimate documentary that sensitively examines the experience of those bereaved when someone they love takes their own life. Through recounting her own experience of her fathers suicide, and capturing revealing interviews with mothers, sisters and brothers of others who have died by suicide, the film opens a window into what happens for those left behind when every 40 seconds someone in the world takes their own life.

There will be a panel discussion after each film, with the opportunity for attendees to ask questions and share their experiences.

After talks, there will be a 20 minute closure meditation lead by Tree.

Tree Carr

Tree Carr's work as an End of Life Guide involves helping people spiritually, emotionally, existentially and practically at the end of their lives. Tree holds the space for healing, peace, support and compassion during the profound and sacred time of death and dying.

Tree is a published author and her book ‘DREAMS: How to Connect With Your Dreams to Enrich Your Life’, was released Dec. 2018 with Octopus Publishing. Her second book on dreams called ‘Conscious Dreamer’’ to be released May 2021 with Quarto Publishing Group. She is currently working on a book about a conscious approach to death.

As a Dreaming Guide, Tree helps those seeking to activate, explore and further understand their dream realms by cultivating a bespoke daily dreaming practise. Her workshops, courses and retreats have ventured from London throughout the UK, Europe, Canada and USA. She is also booked for one on one dreaming guidance where the session delves into dream interpretation, meditations, rescripting of recurring dreams and methods for lucid dreaming. Tree works closely with oneirogens ( dreaming plants and herbs) as part of her conscious dreaming practise and facilitates workshops and ceremonies to connect people more deeply into their dream-work vis-a -vis the world of plants and herbs.

Tree is currently studying at the Alef Trust in the programme for Psychedelics, Altered States & Transpersonal Psychology.


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