Grief happens to us all. Grief is a very personal experience.
No two people will go through it the same.
I remember when my father was diagnosed with stage 4 kidney cancer, grief gripped my mental, emotional and physical body.
But my soul knew EXACTLY what to do.
My life changed that moment, and so did every one of my priorities.
In the batting of an eyelash what mattered before, dropped to the bottom of the “this is important” list.
My behavior changed.
I became more internal.
My soul guided me perfectly.
I was so blown open that my ability to make clear decisions softened and I become more of a pulsating nerve navigating through life.
Through the course of my father’s treatment, losses and successes outlined the topography of my journey.
It was a rollercoaster.
Yet the soul knew.
Grief is the process by which YOU and me experience loss.
Loss is what is happens when our familiarity is disrupted.
We lose and gain in every moment of every day.
Some losses “feel” bigger than others.
You are the only one that can calibrate the significance of each loss or gain.
I remember people treating me as if I should be over my dad’s death a few weeks after he transitioned.
I wrestled with how they could be so clueless.
But again, this is my journey.
I get to go through my grief however I need to.
And that’s the thing right?
Going through grief is quite different than denying grief.
That is my offer to you.
We get to include the time needed to experience grief in whatever way we want.
You are on the hook for being the resource for what you need to get yourself through your journey.
Don’t expect another person to know what you need.
You have first class access to what is needed in each moment. All that is needed is a willingness and sometimes a supportive guide to open the doors to your healing insight.
You know what you need.
At a time when our world has seen a lot of loss, and is now facing the track back to more familiarity, honor that this healing journey might call for some grieving.
That’s TOTALLY NATURAL!
Discover those that can help you step through what feels like loss and into your personal healing realms of fortified strength and resilience.
To regain balance. To recenter and come through the other side even more whole than you’ve ever been.