I interface with Hospice a lot. Just curious- have any of the hospice nurses here used Chalice of Repose in their work? (It's kind of a restful,tone like music therpay program typically using the harp.) Perhaps my dexcription isn't great, but those who are familiar with the music know what I mean. Essentially the gist is that the patient is the "chalice"- the receiver. Oh I just wish there was more funding for this type of holistic practice. I have also seen animals being of TREMENDOUS use. The critters can open the door to great dialogue. Oftimes patients will be able to talk of their own pets death... when of course it's still difficult to talk of their own.