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Sunday, March 16 • 1:00pm - 2:20pm
Pagan Death & Dying

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An Exploration of the Possible: Pagan Death & Dying; Home Deaths, Home Funerals, & Green Dispositions

In this workshop we will present some basics around Home Deaths, Home Funerals, and Green Dispositions grounded in Pagan/Heathen/Witchy perspectives. Our intention is to create a mix of information sharing and group discussion in order to explore these possibilities in a way that will encourage us all to more fully develop these essential skills of the emerging cultures of beauty, balance, and delight in our own home communities and day to day lives.

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Eli Effinger-Weintraub

Upper Mississippi River Reclaiming
An atheopagan and member of Upper Mississippi River Reclaiming. Core team member of the Minnesota Threshold Network. Writer, crocheter, queer, cat-mommy. Mildly obsessed with mushrooms. My life is a constant conversation with the world.
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Donald L. Engstrom-Reese

I am, among other things, an artist, gardener, Heathen Witch, and vitki. I have been consciously involved with Mystery and the Spirit Peoples for over thirty years. My life is an active every changing balance between the wild, the domestic, art, gardening, the runes, Queer Spirit, Hedge-witchery, hiking, deep dreaming, spirit visioning, cooking, clan-hold magics and the exploration of the sacred realms of sex and pleasure. | | I begin each... Read More →
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Mark J. Engstrom-Reese

Mark is a licensed marriage and family therapist with a private practice in St. Louis Park, MN and a researcher at the Univeristy of Minnesota studying the stress related to caring for a person with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. He has been involved in the local pagan community since 2000 and holds a third degree in two local traditions. He is a member of Earth Conclave and Paganistan Reclaiming.

Sunday March 16, 2014 1:00pm - 2:20pm
Park 2
  • Duration 90
  • Layout Circle

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