I would highly recommend the Death and Dying Dinners to anyone who has an interest in honoring life, and who shares an interest in exploring how best to honor the death and dying of their loved ones.
Charles Rahi Chun Film and Television Actor
Laurel creates a safe and loving space to discuss an issue that is often left undiscussed. After attending a Death and Dying dinner I felt completely alive and inspired by the human experience. The day after the dinner I attended, someone very close to me passed unexpectedly. It was truly a miracle that I was at the dinner the night before as it really opened my heart and soul to be able to process my grief, support myself and find the peace within my tears. Laurel is truly an angel on earth.
Christine Hassler, M.A., Author - Speaker – Life Coach
Attending a Death and Dying dinner party was an amazing transformative experience. I went in not having any exceptions and left feeling more open, vulnerable, and like I had grown up just a bit more. The dinner gave me the opportunity to really feel the divine connection we all have with each other and showed me that I am not alone.