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Once the police leave, a funeral home will be contacted and the body will be collected soon after. The body is then disposed of as per the member’s wishes. This includes cremation with the ashes to be sent to a nominated person. Alternatively, the person’s ashes can be scattered in a peaceful forest in Switzerland. While the body can be transported back to the person’s home country this process will incur significant additional costs which should be costed for well in advance.
Other Practical Considerations for those coming to Basel to Die Eternal Spirit is not able to organize travel tickets or book hotel rooms. These tasks remain the responsibility of the member. However, the addresses of hotels close to Eternal Spirit can be provided.
The Lifecircle website provides information about Eternal Spirit and is available in German, English and French. Staff speak at least two of these languages. This enables an efficient means of communication with those from countries such as the US, the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. As Lifecircle and Eternal Spirit are small organizations, it is best to send a preliminary email. Only then can communication take place via phone or Skype.