“The reason we meditate is to learn how to die.”
In this conversation with Soul Interpreter, Chris Dierkes, we explore learning to live by being with the dead, the place of “sweet sorrow” in grief, and death as our last great teacher.
Chris Dierkes is a Soul Interpreter. A former monk and priest, Chris works to assist individuals in connecting to their soul, aka their deepest unique personal essence. His work advocates for the enduring value and beauty of the soul, a wisdom long-held and in our day forgotten. He writes regularly on topics of contemporary spirituality and its intersection with social justice, pop culture, and politics.