It can be heartbreaking to hear that a loved one facing death has decided to give up the 'fight'. Here's how to love them through it.
Looking back with compassion & courage can be EXACTLY what we need to write a more joyful future.
Including what not to say to someone who is grieving.
Have you ever stopped to think about how your words influence your world? And more importantly how a simple shift in words can positively affect your world/life experience?
It’s a feeling that there’s something “off” but you can’t quite put your finger on it. It’s a restlessness. And moving forward in any direction can feel daunting.
Collectively, we’ve accumulated some wonky beliefs about grief and vulnerability (thanks society), and it’s time to set the record straight.
Action is necessary to heal grief. Fear can paralyze us in our suffering if we don’t take action to heal. If you're ready to move forward, keep reading...
Talking and thinking about death doesn’t invite it in. It’s not Dracula.
It was one of those flashbulb moments where everything becomes crystal clear and every cell of your body screams DO IT.
Death often shows up to teach us how we REALLY want to live. For the sacral chakra Death asks us if we have the courage to feel every emotion...