One of the biggest factors that I’ve seen keeping clients stuck energetically is that they have not grieved their losses. Ungrieved loss is the ultimate productivity killer.
In the wake of unspeakable tragedies, we often rush to blame, judge, and take action. Our aims may be noble, but we skip over the crucial first step: grief.
The willingness to show up for others in difficult times is transformative. Not just for others, but for ourselves.
5 tips to live with less attachment to the things and people we love, and be more accepting of the inevitability of change, loss or death.
If you’re struggling to let go of something that’s not serving you, it’s because you haven’t acknowledged the loss.
Mindfulness practice helps us notice what we feel. The sensations in our bodies offer clues to our emotions. Here’s how grief feels in the body.