The Hospice’s very own Consultant Dr Eleni Tsiompanou is leading a new initiative called Harmony in Living and Dying Approach [HILDA], which sets out to explore the oneness of the miracle of life and mystery of death, through the positive prism of Harmony. This is a practical approach to living, dying, death and grief, drawing on ancient wisdom traditions and modern science.
The first meeting of HILDA – now online – called Cycles in Nature – will be held on Tuesday, 8 December 2020 19.30 – 21.00.
As a finale in Grief Awareness Week [2-8 December], HILDA is calling out to people who are searching for harmony at a challenging time in their lives. This they say maybe the result of being faced with the reality of your own mortality or that of someone close to you.
HILDA invites us to look at living and dying through the prism of harmony, to re-connect science with a sense of the sacred. The Harmony in Living and Dying Approach is a project made possible by an Emergence Foundation grant and is supported by the College of Medicine.
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