Felicity Warner is the founder of the worldwide Soul Midwife movement and principal of The Soul Midwives School which she began over 20 years ago after sitting with hundreds of people at the end of their lives. She lectures at universities and international conferences and has written three acclaimed books: Gentle Dying, A Safe Journey Home and The Soul Midwives’ Handbook.
She is also a Myrrhophore “myrrh-bearing woman” or mistress of the oils. The myrrhophore tradition is an esoteric and spiritual practice with roots in the ancient temples of Egypt and still kept alive by a few practitioners. It is based on Egyptian celestial medicine and practiced by temple priestesses who were skilled in energy medicine and trained to work with both subtle and high energies especially for transition( death and dying work).
Working with essential oils for their energetic, spiritual and ritualistic properties, the myrrhophore works with dis “ease” of spirit and soul.
In 2017 she was named End of Life Care Champion by the National Council for Palliative Care at the House of Lords and won an award as one of the Daily Mail’s most Inspirational Women of the Year.
Felicity was voted 2017 End of Life Care Champion by The National Council for Palliative Care, the Royal College of Nursing and End of Life Doula of the Year 2017 – Good Funeral Awards.
Visit Felicity’s website here: www.soulmidwives.co.uk