The reality of life is that we’re never truly finished because we always come back around.
The fact that loss is part of life doesn’t diminish the loss. You’re allowed to grieve.
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.
Holding space for the difficult emotions is the only way we will heal from this pandemic, individually and collectively.
The coronavirus has upended normal routines and a way of life we’ve known, and there’s no timeline on when it will end. How to create certainty in these uncertain times.
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.