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Bringing 17th Century Still Life Vanitas Into the Modern World:Dirk Staschke takes us back through history with his symbolic art
What Does Cryonics Cost?:An interview with Andy Zawacki, Cryonics Chief Operations Officer, Part Two
Book Review: “Cry, Heart, but Never Break” by Glenn Ringtved:A beautifully illustrated children's book approaches death in a magical way
Tag Archives: Memory
Each week, a man films his mother's experiences with Lewy body dementia
Clinically speaking, Lewy body dementia, or LBD, is a brain disorder that impacts a person’s behavior, movement, memory and cognition, along with basic bodily functions like blood pressure and bladder control. But for Joey Daley, this sterile list of symptoms doesn’t … Continue reading
An interview with Nancy Gershman, Part One
Today SevenPonds speaks with Nancy Gershman, a memory artist who creates “Dreamscapes” for people in hospice and their families. A Dreamscape is a photo collage that serves as a physical image of a memory or something the ill/deceased person wanted … Continue reading
An aromatherapist offers insight into the mental and physical benefits that essential oils give us
Today SevenPonds chats with Nyssa Hanger, an aromatherapist based out of Tampa, Florida. She is a self-employed masseuse and an essential oils expert. She is also the founder and owner of Upward Spiral, a business with an advanced approach to healing … Continue reading
“They say you die twice. One time when you stop breathing and a second time, a bit later on, when somebody says your name for the last time.”
Is anyone out there doing their homework?
Over the last 15 years I’ve witnessed the creation of many different websites aimed at new approaches around end of life. I’m not talking about basic websites with pragmatic information (like us.) No, I’m talking about high-tech, farther-reaching ideas. I’ve … Continue reading