We are in a time of a tremendous amount of change, loss and uncertainty. This may bring up overwhelm and anxiety and a sense of lostness. Underneath this array of feelings is often a very deep sadness and our personal grief gets intertwined with and intensified by communal grief. Throughout time, people have come together to honor and integrate grief as a way to stay connected and engaged. Experiencing our grief opens us to our love and gratitude and can deepen us if we allow it. As we connect with our deep sadness, we can slowly find traces of a path that leads us forward.
In this 3 hour on-line retreat we will tend our individual and collective grief and offer personal and community practices that can help us to find freedom in our suffering. This approach, based on mindfulness, self-compassion, community and nature connection, will help us find a way of being with our pain. As we experience more compassion, a greater sense of meaning, and deep, heart-felt connection will emerge.
On May 31st join Radhule and Alexis. On July 5th join Radhule and Michael.
We’re currently offering this class for free to COVID-19 healthcare/service workers. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.