Bios Urn Stories
In May of 2015, a new adventure took place in California. We decided to meet some of the first people to purchase and use a Bios Urn. During a few weeks we had the privilege of speaking with these individuals about their experiences with life and death, and understanding where the Bios Urn fit into this equation.
These interviews were conducted in various areas of California, spanning all the way from Sacramento to San Diego. The ages of those interviewed differ in range, yet their ways of thinking about life is much the same. This video is dedicated to these pioneers of change and growth, and to rediscovering the meaning of life, after life.
Anne Stadnyk purchased a Bios Urn in July of 2016 after her son discovered the Bios Urn online and shared the idea with her. She used a Bios Urn for her father who passed away in April of 2016. She is an only child whose parents were married and together for over 55 years.
Anne chose to plant the Bios Urn in a nearby forest so she could visit it as often as she liked. The spot she chose had a special meaning and connection to her father, as it was a place that her son and father would frequently visit and walk through together. It was very important for her to have both parents close by, in a location that was not just tangible, but sentimental. Connection was and is key.
¨The Bios Urn was the PERFECT solution for me… I placed my dad in the forest close to my home where he will always be part of the flora and fauna there and I can visit whenever I like. I am grateful for having the best parents on the planet and am happy now that they will be forever close to me :)¨
She shared with us some photos of her dad´s Western Hemlock tree, which is growing steadily and healthily! Her intention is to take a photo of the tree during each season, as time moves forward, and it continues to grow with each passing month, and year.
She left off with sharing this message with us, and gave us permission to share it with you, too.
¨P.S – It feels really good to share about my dad and mom and special memories of them. I will go and share this with my dad in the next few days and my mom today when I visit her at her Care Home. We will have a little cry together and then feel good they are both close to me and grandson. It’s more than marketing you are creating by asking people to share their stories with your product. Thank you :)
Why do we share stories? Why is this important for us? For us, it is about much more than just a product we sell and believe in. For us, it is about change and growth. Thousands of people all over the world have chosen to leave this world in a different way, and have in many ways been pioneers on this frontier. They are people who resonate with the overall experience, and with the earth in which we inhabit. This is important. You know our story at Bios Urn, and we feel you should know theirs as well.
Have you used a Bios Urn? Where is it planted? Why did you plant it there? Who did you plant it for? Share your story with us, and share it with the world.
Thank you for taking part in the #lifeafterlife movement.