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The Center for End of Life Transitions & Carolina Memorial Sanctuary

The Center for End of Life Transitions assists you in settling the matters of your world and making decisions ahead of time, you create an opportunity to enter your end of life, the moment of death and what may follow, with greater awareness and freedom.Here, you will find pages with more information on End of Life Initiatives and Home Funeral Guidance as well as about CEOLT and Caroline Yongue. Our calendar of workshops and retreats lists upcoming educational opportunities. For private consultations to individuals and tailored facilitations to groups, please contact us.


Carolina Memorial Sanctuary   is a conservation and green cemetery that provides a peaceful and contemplative environment in which to lay loved ones to rest. The Sanctuary is available for the natural burial of humans, our pet companions, or cremated remains at a cost of one-half to one-third of contemporary burials.  Carolina Memorial Sanctuary is a living memorial sanctuary – changing with the seasons, flowing with fresh water and vibrant with ecological activity offering a powerful testament to your life or that of your loved one. Not only does the Sanctuary provide an important service to our community, it also protects the land against future development in a way that benefits the ecosystem. For more information visit us online:  Carolina Memorial Sanctuary and Burial Services

The Center for End of Life Transitions is an all-faiths project of Anattasati Magga in Asheville, NC.
Center for End of Life Transitions
Buncombe and WNC Region

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