In moments of transition, grief arrives as a medicine with wisdom to offer those who are willing to receive it.
People died so we can be free. The least we can do is spend a few minutes in reflection and gratitude for their sacrifices.
I’ve exhausted my outrage, am tired of anger. Even fear has dissipated. All that’s left is the grief.
Through practice, we can learn to see grief not as an interruption to joy, but as an agent that enhances it.
Use the light of this full moon, and the energy of these days for honoring the dead, to illuminate who and what you have lost: the people, the ways of life, the parts of yourself.
A real life exploration of the energy of the moment: disconnecting and coming home.
Everyone wants to feel good, especially in these times. But if you want to feel good, you have to feel. Grief work is essential work; it’s the access point to more life.