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Bhakti Watts

Our bodies contain so much wisdom. They know how and when to heal themselves and they know how and when to die. Our minds are the part of us that can get distracted at the end of life, especially in a culture such as ours that may consider death a “failure”. Death is a totally natural part of life. I am honored to be allowed to hold space for all of the emotions that come up for people who are ill or dying. Feel free to browse the pages of my website and contact me at Bhaktiwatts@gmail.com.

Guest Post – Traditional Burial, Cremation, or…

I wrote a guest post about traditional burial and cremation on The Law Offices of Jenny Ling, PLLC

Traditional Burial, Cremation, or…

Guest article by Bhakti Watts, End of Life Doula

It has not been that long since the choice for what to do with your body after you’re finished with it was simple: traditional burial or cremation. Just recently the number of choices in Washington has expanded greatly. A person’s choices now include natural burial, aquamation, and recomposing. Let’s take a look what at each of these choices involves.

Read the rest of the post on Jenny Ling’s website.