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Salish Sea Hospice Project 
Started by Digger
26 Aug 2014, 1:58 PM

We have started a new hospice on the west coast of Canada called the Salish Sea Hospice Project. We are unique in our support for a good death and by our interest in the states of altered consciousness that accompany dying.

At the Salish Sea Hospice Project we do not see death as a medical event but rather as the natural completion of life – without the need for suffering, physical pain or excessive medication.

We are looking for pioneers in the field of conscious dying. Join us. www.salishseahospice.org

Dale Presly

Director, Salish Sea Hospice Project

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Reply by KathCull_admin
21 Sep 2014, 2:53 AM
I've been thinking about your new project Digger. How have the last few weeks been? It looks like you will be busy in October with the Death Cafe, workshops, etc. 

I would like to hear how things are going when you get the chance.

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Reply by Mark99
22 Sep 2014, 12:15 PM
Congratulations on the new project. The best of luck with your goals and mission. I have been an advocate of hospice and a good death though in my mind death is a state a movement from one place to another. I like to think of it as good dying which is active and can be filled with positive moments and memories. Of course I am splitting hairs.  

I have a number of podcast on the topic of hospice and dying. All can be found here 

Also the most recent three addresses my wife’s admission and time in hospice they are here 


I hope they might prove helpful to you and your team.  


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