Death & Discovery – a mystical journey

Sunday December 6th 2015
at Pax Lodge

10.30am – 4pm (tea and coffee at 10am and 4pm, finishing at 4.30pm)

‘Death is nothing but a gateway to birth. Nothing that lives ever dies, it only changes form.’ Guru Nanak

Death – to some a mystery to be embraced, to others something to be feared and not to be thought about or discussed. Whatever happens, death is inevitable in all our human lives. We have a choice as to how we approach death and dying, as many images and traditions through the ages show us…

This workshop is an opportunity to explore the mystery and transformative jIMG_2507ourney of death and dying. It is an opportunity to review the tapestry of your own life, and to weave your personal journey of transformation through death to your next realm of experience.

We will be approaching this through transpersonal journeying and the experience of developing your own drawn dowry carpet and prayer mat. In the Nomadic tribes of the Caucasus mountains, the women produce the rugs which express their experience and aspirations. This is apparent in the Dowry rugs and carpets. Some also produce prayer mats as a gift to the mosque to be given at their death.

‘Death is as divine as Life, because it is Life – because there is nothing but life.’ Anne Baring

Sarajane Aris is a retired Head of Clinical Psychology and Director of Policy for the British Psychological Society (BPS). She founded and chaired the Transpersonal Network for Clinical Counselling Psychologists and Therapists within the BPS in 1996 and held the first Transpersonal Clinical Psychology NHS post in the UK. She trained with CTP and practises as a transpersonal therapist and mentor and coaches for Aspire, a women’s international leadership foundation. Her foundation is in the mystical teachings of Ronald Beesley over the last 40 years and the Tibetan Buddhist Tradition. Her passion is in bridging between worlds and practical mysticism – how you integrate spirituality into every thread of daily life.

Brian Pearse is a retired Head of a Special School. He is currently a trailblazing mentor and coach for Aspire women’s leadership foundation and teaches watercolour and calligraphy classes in Somerset. His foundation is also in the mystical teachings of Ronald Beesley, transpersonal workshops and Tibetan Buddhism over the last 50 years, He currently instructs within the Tibetan tradition.


Booking: please send a cheque for £40 (payable to Transpersonal Perspectives) to Monica Anthony at 43 Gomm Road, London SE16 2TY
Pax Lodge is at the Olave Centre, 12c Lyndhurst Road, London NW3 5PQ (near Belsize Park underground station on the Northern line).