Join us for the 2nd installment of the in-person Fall End of Life Planning series with Johanna Munson, Peace of Mind Guide:
Sept 11: How to Stop Procrastinating with End-of-Life Planning
Oct 2: Writing Your Heart Will as a Manifesto for Living
Nov 6: 5 Steps to Successful End-of-Life Planning Conversations
Dec 4: The 5-Minute Legacy Love Letter
Your Heart Will™ is a tool to help you reflect on your life and create lasting messages for those you love and for future generations. Sometimes referred to as an Ethical Will, Spirit Will or Legacy Letter, your Heart Will™ can be given to specific people at the end of your life, or be shared at a goodbye ritual or ceremony after you die. You might even choose to share your Heart Will™ with others before you die!
Writing your Heart Will™ is also a powerful discovery process that supports you to live and love fully. In essence, your Heart Will™ can serve as a manifesto for living to ground and guide you when you need it.
In this workshop you will:
• Discover how you can use this tool for yourself and to assist others with legacy writing.
• Get introduced to and experience using the How to Write Your Heart Will™ guide.
• Experience the impact of reflecting on your life and engaging in the process of discerning who and what matter.
Johanna Munsonis an End of Life Educator, a workshop leader, and a Peace of Mind Guide who has a passion for expanding the conversations around how we live out our lives fully until the end. She developed the End of Life Peace Plan™ program, a comprehensive roadmap covering the heart, soul, and mind of advance care planning, from her experiences serving as her father’s medical and financial power of attorney and estate executor.
She has completed certification as a Conversational Intelligence Coach, a Death Doula, and is a licensed Willow End of Life Educator™. Visit her website https://www.johannamunson.com/ to learn more and connect. Planning brings peace, and that is her wish for you.
Cost: $25 per workshop / $88 for full four-workshop series / $45 for any two workshops
**This event will be held in-person at the Dayaalu Center.