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Sacred Transitions End-Of-Life Retreats

- Christine Caldwell, DPS End-Of-Life Programs Manager

Can you imagine a peaceful death?

Diaspora Psychedelic Society (DPS) has created a psilocybin retreat for people who want to embrace their death and dying peacefully and without fear. Whether faced with a life threatening illness or other crisis, too many of us let fear and anxiety consume and dictate our final days. We offer the first retreat of its kind that deals with the these issues head on by using the power of sacred medicines to open an individual to the beauty and joy of one's last journey.

"We're all just walking each other home." -Ram Dass

Psilocybin has been used in ceremony for thousands of years to heal, to bring community together and to tap collective wisdom. In facing one's death, it is only fitting that this ancient, sacred medicine be used in a loving, supportive environment for transformative healing.

For those in the modern western world, knowing that the science has proven what medicine men and women have long known provides reassurance. Research at institutions such as Johns Hopkins, New York University and the University of California Los Angeles have consistently shown that psilocybin in conjunction with psychotherapy significantly reduces depression and anxiety as well as bringing about increased emotional well-being and a sense of peace and acceptance to the thought of dying.

Our Focus

  • Cultivate Awe, Awareness, and Wonder for Life and Death

  • Empower Those at End-of-Life to Choose How They Want to Die

  • Heal Spiritual and Emotional Pain

  • Enable Good, Peaceful Deaths

Our Approach

Our multidisciplinary team of experienced medicine workers, end-of-life doulas and psilocybin integration therapists offer specially-curated psilocybin experiences to explore what a good death means to you.

Set in tranquil Treasure Beach, Jamaica, Sacred Transitions End-of-Life Retreats offer, not just individuals but also loved ones, the opportunity to come together to deepen bonds and create a dying experience that honors your connections, life and legacy.

We offer small intimate group settings of 6-10 participants or, just for you and yours!

For Upcoming End-Of-Life Retreat dates, click here.

To request a Private End-Of-Life Retreat for you and your loved ones, click here.



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