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Grief isn’t linear…but there’s a gift in that!
Posted on August 17, 2021 by Helen White
I’ve been dealing with grief in a number of formats lately, the most recent being that my beloved dog died last week, adding to other versions of grief I am feeling right now, over loss of people, even lost ways … Continue reading →
Posted in Consciousness & evolution, Menu, Personal Development, Spirituality | Tagged allowing sadness, bereavement, coping wth loss, evolving consciousness, facing death, grieving over a dog, grieving over a friend, healing emotions, healing trauma, hope, journalling, loss and mourning, loss of a loved one, movement to heal, moving therapy, Peter Levine, preventing trauma, processing grief, releasing energy, shaking therapy, transforming grief, Waking the tiger | 2 Comments