CORE STUDIES PROGRAM
When I first studied death work, I had no guidance and very little idea about what I was doing. I read books that I felt were relevant and the blogs of witches practicing a more traditional craft. I learned about the death rituals and ceremonies of cultures around the world, including those of my own. Eventually, I came to an understanding about my path—my personal take on death work. I staunchly believe that every death worker's path is unique to the individual, yet I realize how difficult beginning death work can be without a foundation. Consequently, I created a program of core studies that others can use, free of charge.
I believe that certain subjects are essential to an individual’s study of death. By gaining a foothold in each, a person can build a solid understanding of death and how it relates to their personal journey. This foundation also acts as a springboard for further explorations. The subjects are broad enough to complement any preexisting belief system or faith a person might already have. An individual can start with any subject, and can study as many or as few subjects as they like at the same time. However, I believe that death workers should eventually gain experience in all three subjects.