Ghosts Among the Living
Understanding for the Dead who Suffer
with Dr. Daniel Foor
Join us for a free teaching and guided ritual that gives care to both the reality of the troubled dead and their profound impact on the living. How does one’s manner of death impact their post-death journey? It’s one of the most common questions we receive, and we’ll focus on it in this session. We’ll also explore ways the dead continue to relate, and how we can be open to listening. You’ll learn about establishing healthy boundaries, and ways to safely assist the dead who suffer, so that they may arrive at greater peace.
This teaching will introduce material that will be explored at greater depth in our foundational course, Ancestral Lineage Healing, which opens February 4. We’ll also touch on the popularity of ancestral healing practices and the importance of honoring the influence of the dead in healing arts more generally. Our session is structured to be culturally inclusive, with a focus on ritual safety and extending care for those who suffer. We’ll also include space for questions.
Thursday, February 2, 2023
60 min / 3:30pm EST | 12:30 PST | 21:30 CET
Meeting ID: 818 7019 6931
The ancestors we hold close already are not the only ones who benefit from care, kindness, and compassion.
About the Instructor
Daniel Foor, PhD
Dr. Foor is a licensed psychotherapist, doctor of psychology, and the author of Ancestral Medicine: Rituals for Personal and Family Healing. He is an initiate in the Òrìṣà tradition of Yoruba-speaking West Africa and has learned from teachers of Mahayana Buddhism, Islamic Sufism, and the older ways of his English and German ancestors. Daniel is passionate about training aspiring leaders and change makers in the intersections of cultural healing, animist ethics, and applied ritual arts. He currently lives with his wife and two daughters near Granada, Spain in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.