Our grief was never meant to be carried aloneDecember 05, 2020 4:00 pm
Welcoming grief in community
Our grief was never meant to be carried alone. Before these modern death and grief phobic times, humans shared their grief in ceremony and community.
It seems to me that our loss of ways to express and receive grief in community and therefore our inability to welcome it inside of us is wreaking havoc. We stay numb and disconnected from a world that is literally unravelling in front of us. Grief is an essential act of honouring what is important to us and a gateway to action and living more fully.
How can we learn a new way to be with and welcome grief in a new (and yet old) way and how can the gifts of Focusing support us in this?
On this free webinar, we will explore these topics and more:
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The Best Two Hugs
I took last week off
Dear Corona Virus
Lessons from the virus #3
Is Depression a mental disorder? Or is it a healthy response to now?
What Might We Learn From a Teacher in Pakistan?
What do a landfill in Pakistan and a potato packing plant in Idaho have in common?
How to deal with COVID-19 stress
The day the music died