One Day Workshop, Lake County, CA
Easy Death: The Radical Spiritual Teaching of Adi Da Samraj On The Transcendence of Death and Everything Else
– Sat. August 17 (registration opens later this year)
Death is one of the great mysteries of human existence. Everyone who has ever lived has died, and everyone alive now could die at any moment. So, why do we know so little about death? And why doesn’t anybody want to talk about it?
This 1-day workshop, based on the Wisdom of Avatar Adi Da Samraj, is an opportunity to learn and to talk about death. Avatar Adi Da Samraj’s Wisdom goes beyond both hopeful religious messages about “life-after-death” and traditional Spiritual teachings for “escaping”death. Instead, He offers profoundly practical and Spiritual Wisdom about death that is a key to understanding the purpose of life itself.
The workshop will discuss:
- The Truth about death
- What actually happens in the death process
- How to serve the dying
- How to participate in the death process
- What death teaches us about life
The fee for the workshop is $75, which includes a vegetarian lunch. Workshops are limited to 20 participants.
The workshop begins at 10 AM and concludes at 4 PM.
The workshop is being held at the serene and beautiful The Man of Radical Understanding Retreat Center located near Cobb Mtn, CA. Nestled in a scrub oak valley beside a lake, this retreat center is associated with the Hermitage Sanctuary — The Mountain of Attention, located just down the road.
Overnight accommodations at The Man of Radical Understanding Retreat Center are available for a small fee.
Angelo Druda is a senior educator and minister in Mate Moce, the death and dying ministry established by Adi Da Samraj. He has conducted workshops based on Easy Death for thousands of doctors,nurses, government ministers, and individuals throughout the United States,Canada, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. He’s also a healer who has written the book The Tao of Rejuvenation.
Robert Rothemich is a senior minister in The Adidam Death and Dying Ministry. As a former chaplain at hospitals in San Francisco, Robert has served hundreds of individuals going through the death process, together with their families. For the last several years, Robert has also facilitated Death Café events in Lake County, California, group discussions with no agenda, intended to increase awareness of death and to helping people make the most of their finite lives.
Jan Wennes is a minister in the The Adidam Death and Dying Ministry. Jan also is also a senior priest at The Mountain of Attention, the Adidam retreat sanctuary in Lake County, California.