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Write a review Rate this item: 1 2 3 4 5. Preview this item Preview this item. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Relates in words and music how Therese Schroeder-Sheker learned from the insights of the medieval abbey of Cluny, France, and founded both the Chalice of Repose Project and the palliative medical modality of music thanatology.
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Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Chalice of Repose Project, Inc. Music thanatology.
Terminal care -- Songs and music. Terminal care. To what ? That's not to high? Oct 14, How are other corals in the tank doing? Randy Holmes-Farley , Oct 14, GainesvilleReef likes this. Other corals including other chalices doing great. Pcreefer , Oct 14, Has it been thriving in that spot all along or have you recently moved it?
It's been on the same spot ever since i got it and it's been doing great 1year plus there's another chalice 6 " away from it and it's doing great nothing seems to be stinging it and it's happening all the way around the chalice I'm just puzzled. No change of lights? Too much flow. Pete polyp , Oct 14, Oct 15, My two chalice's and other LPS are dying!
There flesh seems to be receding from the edges and revealing there skeleton. The rest of my softy corals are flourishing and up until a few weeks ago so were my chalice's. I have a gal reef tank with a 50 gal sump, plenty water flow and light. Anyone have any idea of what might be causing this?
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Temp ALK BTP , Sep 2, What are your nitrate and phosphate levels. They may be nutrient starved. BTP likes this. Joined: Aug 29, Messages: Likes Received: