Whether you have days or decades to live, the best time to prepare is now.
Willow's Pragmatic and heart-centered end-of-life planning transforms an often fragmented and painful process into an opportunity for connection and ease.
Through Willow's programs, tools, and workshops you'll discover the full scope of your options and make informed choices that reflect your values and priorities. You'll be as prepared as possible for the inevitable, and live your life of purpose and intention.
3 Ways to Explore the Reality of Your Mortality
Your mortality is an opportunity in disguise. Deepen your personal-discovery process and inspire all your planning with Willow’s free tools, a print or fillable workbook and a free, self-study online program.
No matter what kind of life you live, consider that you have a legacy. Reflect on your life and write lasting messages to those you love with Willow’s free tools and interactive workshops.
All that matters in the end, matters now. Articulate how you wish to be cared for after you die—based on your values, beliefs and priorities—with Willow’s free tools and empowering workshops.
“Full of powerful questions, this beautiful inquiry brought me deeper into my heart — which is where I want to live from … more in the present, in creating my future with sacred intention.”
Danielle LaPorte, Creator of The Desire Map Program
This workbook is a wonderful resource! We live in a culture in denial of death. Here are accessible and insightful tools that help us to turn facing the truth of our mortality into a profound opportunity for connecting with what gives our lives meaning and joy.
Beverly Spring, Palliative Care Physician, Vancouver, Canada
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There’s a lot of talk these days about the importance of preparing for your someday, one-day inevitable death, while you’re still healthy enough to do that. Whether you’re thinking about your own end-of-life planning or the death of someone in your life, it really helps to talk about it first! For guidance on how to have successful EOL planning conversations, use this 8-page, fillable tool to set your intention, identify your concerns, create context and explain the importance of your conversation and finally, reflect.