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“I love how real these episodes are. . .”

“This podcast was like a beacon of light when I needed it most.”

A grassroots movement getting conversations about death, dying & the aftermath out of the closet.

Becky Aud-Jennison, DeathTalker, has worked for the past four decades as a therapist, instructor, presenter, writer—interfacing with Death professionally—it was her own deep loss that motivated her to start this project.

Hearing others’ STORIES are what informs us.

Join us as we talk all things Death.

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The Death Dialogues Project The Death Dialogues Project

    • Documentary
    • 4.6, 16 Ratings

“I love how real these episodes are. . .”

“This podcast was like a beacon of light when I needed it most.”

A grassroots movement getting conversations about death, dying & the aftermath out of the closet.

Becky Aud-Jennison, DeathTalker, has worked for the past four decades as a therapist, instructor, presenter, writer—interfacing with Death professionally—it was her own deep loss that motivated her to start this project.

Hearing others’ STORIES are what informs us.

Join us as we talk all things Death.

Follow:
www.deathdialogues.net
Find us on IG & FB

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    73. Good Grievings: Thomas Biddulph

    73. Good Grievings: Thomas Biddulph

    Hey, I'm Tom Biddulph and have been through a lot in my 38 years of time on this earth. Since 1994, I have lost 16 loved ones that have either been family or friends. Grief is a never ending journey, but I've learned to find the good grievings along the way that bring me joy.

    My hope is for you to feel a sense of self worth and to see there is so much more available in life than just to wallow in the pain and fear. I want you to feel love after death, and happiness so you can be present and not lose out on what greatness life has to offer you now.

    goodgrievings.com
    @goodgrievings (twitter)
    @goodgrievings (instagram)
    @goodgrievings (YouTube)

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    • 46 min
    BONUS: AfterDeath: keeping our loved ones home

    BONUS: AfterDeath: keeping our loved ones home

    Bex Tingey, from our latest podcast, Our Lost Adventure, and host, Becky, chat about their experiences of having their deceased loved ones' bodies at home for a period of time after their death– what that process feels like and some of the logistics surrounding it.
    We felt that since some people aren't familiar with this practice have expressed curiosity, this conversation could provide some insight into what that process.
    And don't forget to hear Bex share her story of her partner, Josh's, untimely death in the last podcast. 
    Thanks for being here. 

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    • 24 min
    72. Our Lost Adventure: Bex Tingey

    72. Our Lost Adventure: Bex Tingey

    Bex Tingey unexpectedly lost her life’s adventure when her partner/fiancée was killed in a paraglider accident. She is trying to work out the new normal whilst honouring love. www.ourlostadventure.wordpress.com IG: our_lost_adventure

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    • 59 min
    71. Grief Alchemy: Taurie Bednarski

    71. Grief Alchemy: Taurie Bednarski

    In September 2018 Taurie's Dad suddenly and unexpectedly past away. Riding the waves of shock and deep grief, she recalls having a clear moment of being able to "choose" the course of her grief journey. In that moment Taurie decided that she would choose her heart and open to her journey of grief, conciously, resulting in the realisation that she now stands strong in believing, that grief has the potiential to be a portal or gateway into a deeper sense of self and life. Taurie now holds sacred containers for groups and individuals and allies those who are feeling the pull to courageously walk the path of a conscious griever.

    www.griefalchemy.net IG:Taurie.Bednarski

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    • 51 min
    70. Marisa Meddin: letters from beyond— Part 2

    70. Marisa Meddin: letters from beyond— Part 2

    Part 2. Please listen to the previous episode with Marisa- Part 1. On this episode Marisa and your host, Becky, process the letter from beyond that Marisa channeled for Becky based on questions she had written for loved ones. After graduating with a business degree from the University of Michigan and completing a six year career in brand marketing at PepsiCo in NYC and LA, Marisa realized she wanted more time and freedom to explore other countries. So, she quit her corporate job to try her hand at entrepreneurship, and began traveling the world full-time while running a few successful online businesses. In her time visiting over 60 countries, learning about self development practices to become a better entrepreneur, and studying spiritual and scientific principles to heal a broken heart & mysterious back pain, Marisa learned two important skills that changed her life: One, she had the ability to coach others so that they, too, could live emotionally freer lives filled with more joy and alignment. And two, she discovered she was a psychic medium who had the gift of communicating with those who had passed on (which, looking back, was not so surprising considering her mother’s spiritual experiences). Marisa now knows her mission is to heal others by leveraging her gifts of empathic coaching and spiritual communication....all while traveling the world and living a life in alignment. Find Marisa at marisamedium.com IG @mlmeddin

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    • 56 min
    69. Marisa Meddin: letters from beyond— Part 1

    69. Marisa Meddin: letters from beyond— Part 1

    In this episode we hear the fascinating story of Marisa Meddin discovering her gift of mediumship and some pointers for those of us who may have an interest in connecting with our deceased loved ones. After graduating with a business degree from the University of Michigan and completing a six year career in brand marketing at PepsiCo in NYC and LA, Marisa realized she wanted more time and freedom to explore other countries. So, she quit her corporate job to try her hand at entrepreneurship, and began traveling the world full-time while running a few successful online businesses. In her time visiting over 60 countries, learning about self development practices to become a better entrepreneur, and studying spiritual and scientific principles to heal a broken heart & mysterious back pain, Marisa learned two important skills that changed her life: One, she had the ability to coach others so that they, too, could live emotionally freer lives filled with more joy and alignment. And two, she discovered she was a psychic medium who had the gift of communicating with those who had passed on (which, looking back, was not so surprising considering her mother’s spiritual experiences). Marisa now knows her mission is to heal others by leveraging her gifts of empathic coaching and spiritual communication....all while traveling the world and living a life in alignment. Find Marisa at marisamedium.com IG @mlmeddin


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Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

NaiFran ,

Such intriguing guests

Loved the interview with Marissa, the medium. As someone who has seen my fair share, it was fascinating to hear her story — and also her process. I have never heard of the letter writing “medium” of connecting with loved ones. Loved this glimpse of another tool we have to comfort us in our grief.

THLott ,

After Chloe

What a great episode of grief and loss. How you felt of your Moms passing resonates with me when my Dad passed. He was my life and I too wanted to die. No one understood. Thankfully I made it to the other side and into the light as you did. Thank you for sharing. I’m sorry for all your losses.

Seattle2018 ,

Give This a Listen

What a wonderful, meaningful, needed podcast.
Death is such a taboo topic and experience in our society. Becky (the host) does a great job of bringing it back into the light, and de-stigmatizing the subject of grief.
This podcast isn’t all sad, and it won’t make you super sad to listen to—rather it will open your mind to things beyond the normal human experience.

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