• Bhaktivedanta Hospice

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    A helping hand during the final journey....

    Hospice is a professional medical institution which provides medical, social and spiritual care for terminally ill people and their close family members, till the last moment of the life of the patient and for some time thereafter.
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  • Inspiration

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    His Holiness Giriraj Swami project founder and spiritual advisor for Bhaktivedanta Hospice, wanted to focus on the conciousness of people while leaving their body. As a result a 40,000 sq feet Hospice structure was built in the most holy land of Vrindavan. Here along with the medicine, its the emotional, phycological and personel relationship that helps people to rise above fear associated with death.
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  • Purpose and History

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    Prepare devotees to leave their body in the most holy abode of Sri Vrindavan. A hospice after all affirms life and regards dying as an inevitable part of the circle of life – neither hastening nor postponing death, but merely facilitating the soul’s departure in a dignified, spiritual environment Alleviate pain and ease the discomfort of physical symptoms also known as palliative care.
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"In our Krsna consciousness movement we invite all the elderly persons of the world to come to Vrndavana and stay there in retired life, making advancement in spiritual consciousness "
"We must understand the transcendental importance of Mathura-Vrndavana and Navadvipa-dhama. Anyone who executes devotional service in these places certainly goes back home, back to Godhead, after giving up his body"
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"Death can be a terrifying, frighting journey into the unknown. We want to help people rise above the gloom, darkness and fear associated wth death"



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"Dying, leaving this world is a very sacred part of life in all great spiritual traditions. People should have the opportunity to leave this world with dignity. In an atmosphere where death is not horrible end of everything. But where we can actually experience in dying the doors to eternal life opening for us"
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