404 Reveal Mindfulness Behind Death’s Door With Dr. Sebastian Sepulveda

February 25, 2019

Dr. Sebastian Sepulveda, MD, is a physician in Chelmsford, Massachusetts. He has nearly 30 years’ experience as a doctor and former associate professor of medicine. He is a full-time hospitalist, specializing in internal medicine and nephrology, and works with end of life care patients at <!—more—>Lowell General Hospital. He is the author of the book, At Death’s Door: End of Life Stories From The Bedside which was made into a TV series called Death's Door. Dr. Sepulveda has recently been working on a documentary on the same topic.

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Most Influential Person

  • My wife. She is very realistic and grounded. She helps me put my life in perspective as I think that all of us tend to lose sight a bit of our center. She has done a good job.

Effect on Emotions

  • I think without mindfulness, I couldn't do the job. I think you gotta know who you are, know what you are doing and keep in touch with reality. I think those things are part of mindfulness.
  • If there is a chance to transfer some of that mindfulness to the patients and relatives, it will be precious and I try to do that too.

Thoughts on Breathing

  • I don't focus on breathing, not at all. For some reason, I don't need relaxation techniques or anything like that. I just work and it works for me. Right. My breathing is just on automatic pilot.

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