On October 30, 2020 at 3 a.m. (GMT + 1) our Vajra Sister Natasza Pęcherzewska passed away.
On November 5 at 10am in Pruszcz Gdański (Northern Poland) we will organize a little farewell, and then there will be a cremation. Due to the health regime caused by the pandemic, only five people will be allowed to enter the hall. Five people from our community will do meditation practice for Natasha on the spot, before her cremation.
We kindly ask you to practice with that intention at 10am (GMT + 1) on November 5 and earlier.
We would like to thank you very much – on behalf of Natasza – for the support she received especially from our community! She was very grateful to you all and wished to thank each one of you … that was the kind feeling that came from her heart … your practices brought her relief.
Natasza was staying in a Hospice. She did not manage to return home despite the efforts made in this direction. She was also getting huge support from the closest person to her. Despite the health regime related to the pandemic, she had been seeing her relatives during recent days (through the window glass). Using the best of her ability she could communicate – writing with a stylus on a special tablet. The last few days she seemed to fall asleep after an average of 15 minutes of such conversation. She was tired easily, but she received heartfull care at the Hospice. She had several salt crystals from the Merigar Stupa, a small thangka of Green Tara, special chudlen pills, an image of the Guardians, and an image of the Medicine Buddha.
The urn with Natasha’s ashes will be issued on November 6, 2020 at 10:30 in the old chapel at the municipal cemetery in Elbląg – Dębica. The funeral ceremony will start at 11:00 am. The laying of the ashes in the family grave will take place immediately after the funeral ceremony.