NEW YORK, June 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --The Adventures of Memento Mori (A Cynic's Guide for Learning to Live by Remembering to Die), a podcast exploring death, is now available on iTunes, Stitcher and all major podcatchers. Satirical and philosophical, the show follows host, D.S. Moss, as he attempts to reconcile his own impermanence. Developed for men and women ages 35 to 55, The Adventures of Memento Mori podcast aims to change how people think about mortality. Moss challenges listeners to welcome death as part of life's cycle, thereby compelling them to live more meaningful lives (himself included).
Producer and host D.S. Moss says, "Accepting death is difficult. Yet, if faced, we are more inclined to break rules, seek enlightenment and love more."
The Adventures of Memento Mori (A Cynic's Guide for Learning to Live by Remembering to Die) is a podcast that serves those interested in mortality and coming to terms with death. Informative and entertaining, the podcast challenges listeners to accept that they will die. By doing so, the aim is to inspire people to live the best lives possible. In each 30-minute episode, host, D.S. Moss, goes on an adventure of embracing his own mortality.
The inaugural episode, Plan on Dying, finds 40-year-old Moss making death preparations. Who keeps the dog, when to pull the plug and what will happen to his body? In episode two, Communicating with the Dead, Moss invites a psychic into his home to get answers from the other side. In other episodes, he visits his past lives, interviews a war correspondent that faced certain death after being abducted in Iraq and finds meaning in the final words of people in hospice care. Digital Afterlife explores the new realm of what happens to social media and digital properties when you die and Mass Extinction uncovers just how vulnerable the human race actually is. Finally, the two-part season finale, Psychedelic Ego Death, finds D.S. Moss in the jungles of Peru where he attempts to kill his ego through a series of seven ayahuasca ceremonies. Each of the 14 episodes in season one builds upon the last to create a semi-serial radio experience that comes to an unexpected and climatic end.
About D.S. Moss
D.S. Moss is a cultural producer unwavering in his pursuit to relate unconventional stories. A natural explorer, he uses satire to examine the absurdity of the human condition. Moss maintains an interdisciplinary practice of conflating storytelling techniques. He has directed independent films, documentaries, music videos, and commercials (Nike and General Motors). His writing includes the existential play, Shoeless, or: The Advantages of Never Knowing Exactly Where You Are and Proper Ollie, the pioneering web series on British etiquette. He currently hosts a podcast that investigates death and morality entitled The Adventures of Memento Mori, or, (A Practical Guide for Remembering to Die), available now.
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