After many years of research, teaching and working as therapist in the field of human consciousness and working in the funeral industry as a celebrant, Olwynne decided to give her Storyteller archetype the opportunity to come to the fore by pursuing her love of writing.
Her first book was penned from her work as a Funeral Celebrant. She has officiated at funeral services for 15 years and recently decided to move on to devote more of her time and energy to her other passions, living and teaching a spiritual way of life, and to her creative side through writing.
Olwynne’s first publication Good Grief – An Inspirational Guide to Planning a Funeral Service is now available as an E-book. Throughout the pages she shares inspirational and practical ideas to planning a funeral service, be it your own or for someone dear to you.
This is an excerpt from the book –
‘Death is intangible. It feels like something that happens to us. It comes like a thief in the night and steals away our most precious jewels leaving us feeling bereft and helpless. It takes from us something which is virtually impossible to describe and leaves us with a body to grieve over and a life to celebrate and remember.
Sometimes the life has not been an easy one or it has been full of love and happiness. Whatever the life led, we are most often at a loss as to how best to honour that person with any kind of reality.
How is it possible to find the right words and actions to express our feelings when someone we love dies?’
Visit her online: http://www.olwynnecade.com