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                                   Opening The Heart Of Western Medicine



Facing Mortality With WeCroak App with Hansa Bergwall

Posted by Karen M. Wyatt on February 1, 2018 at 4:00 PM

Learn how a new smartphone app can help you get comfortable thinking about death.

Thursday February 8, 2018

10 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern

Dial-in Number: (425) 440-5010

Code: 882570#

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What would happen if you were to think about death 5 times a day like spirtiual practitioners in the country of Bhutan, which has been named "the happiest country on Earth"? My guest Hansa Bergwall who has worked in public relations, communications and journalism for the past 10 years, asked that same question and started his own death-contemplation practice, after having experienced the death of his mother when he was at a young age. He will tell us the story of how this led him to create a new smartphone app to help with death awareness and acceptance.

In this interview you will learn:

  • How Hansa became interested in the contemplation of death
  • What inspired him to create WeCroak
  • How the app works
  • Why it is important to be reminded of our mortality
  • Feedback from users of WeCroak
  • How to get the app for your phone

Hansa Bergwall has over 10 years of experience in public relations, communication and journalism and has a passion for storytelling and earned marketing. He is the founder and principal of MIRA Public Relations, a full-service PR agency with experties in media relations, planning for growth, product launches, strategic partnerships, media training, content driven campaigns and more. Hansa also co-authored the poetry chapbook The Thames & Hudson Project and is the creator of the smartphone app WeCroak.


Categories: Community Outreach, Arts and the Media