Entries tagged with “Grief”
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Using altars to focus intention and connection in a space.
This season is a good time to process the grief you’ve felt this year. Practice this intuitive moon ritual that is easy to adapt to your own needs.
“I realized that avoiding death, so common in American culture, would not stop it. Instead, taking the time to thoughtfully and actively participate in her transition helped me join her in that state of grace she taught me so much about.”
Gratitude and grief are both essential and need to be welcomed and honored, especially during the holidays.
Anticipating our mortality via the lost Medieval practice of ars moriendi.
Nature has the capacity to hold all of our grief and sorrow. Being in nature reminds us that cycles of renewal are part of our reality.