About Me

Erin Coriell is writer, traveler, optimist, and end-of-life care advocate. She served as an active hospice volunteer for 5 years, offering her presence and companionship at the bedside. Her passion for End-of-Life care sparked after the loss of a partner & friend, leaving her with the choice to fall into a deep hole of grief or slowly allow herself to be transformed. Rumi once shared “Your deepest presence is in every small contracting and expanding, the two as beautifully balanced and coordinated as bird wings. “ Like a beautiful pair of bird’s wings, Erin’s curiosity for conscious dying was born in the expansion.

With an eagerness to learn and an open heart, Erin has had the privilege to study with one of the greatest pioneers in conscious dying movement, Ram Dass. She is actively working to expand the global conscious awareness around death, thus allowing people to live more fully. In 2014 she founded The Conscious Dying Network, a collaborative network of speakers, teachers, and life-long pioneers in the field of conscious dying.

Erin navigates through the world with a movement disorder (myoclonus-dystonia) and she uses this as fuel to demonstrate that disorders are actually in divine order and can be used as stepping stones for soul growth.

She is perfectly imperfect.