Going Home

450,00

Going Home is a personal growth programme on the topic of states beyond physical life, but it is also an important preparation for understanding and accepting what happens when a loved one approaches the time of transition (physical death), recognise how to provide the right support, for both the patient and the carers, and help to alleviate the stress and pain of the delicate situation.

Going Home experiences offer a concrete opportunity to process and overcome the fear of physical death.

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Description

Going Home is an experiential course open to everyone, although prior participation in Exploring Consciousness or other Monroe Institute programmes is recommended. This course was developed by Robert Monroe, founder of the Monroe Institute, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, world authority on issues of death and dying, and Charles Tart, PhD, internationally renowned researcher on non-ordinary states of consciousness. It has an ambitious goal: overcoming the fear of physical death.

The course exercises accompany the participant far along the continuum of consciousness to experience detachment from the physical body and access to extra-ordinary states of consciousness, included the so called near-death experiences (NDEs). Hemi-Sync® technology, the verbal guidance and the support of the expert trainer facilitate access to these experiences, creating the conditions for visiting, in total control and safety, states of existence subsequent to the stage of physical death. This includes the state of Focus 27, referred to as “the Park”, well known to other cultures and traditions even if named differently. This is a place that we get to after having left the body, a place of reconnection with our Wholeness. Here you have the opportunity to better understand the experience lived on Earth. You can also contact and communicate with those who are there after making the transition from the physical plane.

Experiences during the course can produce intense feelings and memories, emotionally and mentally impactful. Such experiences are directed through the expert guidance of the trainer who is prepared to facilitate a positive and constructive integration process.

These experiences provide an opportunity for the participant to process and overcome the common fear of physical death. The Going Home exercises are also designed to help

  • Understand and accept what happens when a loved one approaches the time of transition (physical death)
  • Recognise how to provide the right support for both the patient and carers
  • Alleviate the stress and pain of the delicate situation

This programme, likewise all other Monroe programmes, neither targets nor holds any religious model or belief system.