7 Tools Workbook Series (8 parts)

This series of eight workshops encompasses the seven exercises in the 7 Tools for Making Sense of Life & Death workbook and concludes with a final session on Moving Forward. Each exercise is the focus of one workshop. The exercises are:
Ex #1: Planning Priorities,
Ex #2: Core Values,
Ex #3: Hopes and Fears,
Ex #4: Learning from the Past,
Ex #5: Who and What Matter Most,
Ex #6: Health and Personal-Care Priorities and
Ex #7: Final Wishes.

  1. Naming and moving forward with your EOL planning priorities is a personal journey influenced by many factors.
  2. Understanding what’s stopping you or holding you back from completing your EOL planning can lead to breakthroughs in healing and productivy.
  3. Making sense of life and death before making practical arrangements will help ensure that your EOL planning reflects your values and priorities.
  4. Both your living and your dying are impacted by having clarity about your values, wishes and who and what matter most.
  5. Consciously or unconsciously, your past experiences with death and dying shape your responses to EOL planning, death, dying and grief.

The inevitably of death is the one thing in life we’re certain about, yet most people would do anything to avoid talking or even thinking about it. It’s certain your future will include death, after-death care, including how you’ll be laid to rest, and the settling of your estate regardless of its size. It’s possible that your future will include disability, serious illness, sudden death, a funeral or ceremony of some kind and the gifting or distribution of your financial assets and precious possessions.

Making sense of life and death before making practical arrangements will ensure that your end-of-life planning reflects your values and priorities. Whether you have days or decades left to live, thinking about and preparing for your death will inspire you to live your best life now. Based on Willow’s heart-centered and pragmatic workbook, 7 Tools for Making Sense of Life & Death, this 8-part workshop series will guide you to explore the reality of your mortality in a fun and interactive workshop.

What’s Covered

What’s Covered in the Workshop

This 8-part workshop series will support you to:

  • Get introduced to Willow’s Reality of Our Mortality Planning Checklist and discover what’s stopping you from being in action or completing your EOL planning.
  • Articulate your hopes and fears around your inevitable death, and get present to your core values and how they impact your living and dying.
  • Discover what is most important to you regarding your health and person-care wishes.
  • Learn how past experiences with death and dying can shape your own end-of-life plans.

Cost $400 – 16 hrs online (8) workshops
Cost $450 – 16 hrs face-to-face (8) workshops