Meditation for grief can help you cope with the pain and overwhelming emotions of loss, provide much needed self-care, as well as find new footing in your very changed world. It may even lead to posttraumatic growth. Author Heather Stang discusses the second edition of her book, Mindfulness & Grief, with guest host Karla Helbert.
Claudia Coenen of The Karuna Project explains how creativity and the principle of karuna – or compassion – can help us “pick up the pieces to become whole again.”
Listen to Allison Gilbert, author of Passed & Present: Keeping Memories of Loved Ones Alive, share ways to celebrate family & friends and the importance of actively engaging in your grief-work.
Renee Nickell, Author of Always My Hero, shares how equine therapy & evening devotions help her find hope & healing following her brother’s death in Afghanistan.
Mindfulness & Grief Podcast Episode #3 Overview … Yoga for Grief & Loss author Karla Helbert, LPC, shares how the yogic practice of non-violence, called “ahimsa,” can help us be our own best friend during the difficult days, months, and years after a major loss. Drawing from her own experience as a bereaved mother, a … Read More >>
Watch Here or Download for Mobile on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, iHeartRadio and YouTube. Mindfulness & Grief Podcast Episode #2 Overview… Explore how painting rocks and spreading kindness can help you maintain a connection with your departed loved ones while tapping into your inner wisdom during grief. Hear how one woman’s grief experience unexpectedly launched a worldwide movement, and how you … Read More >>
Watch or listen to the inaugural episode of the Mindfulness & Grief Podcast to learn more about how to navigate the intersection of trauma, grief and mindfulness with David A. Treleaven, author of Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness with David A. Treleaven Overview During this in-depth interview, I spoke with David about our preference for the … Read More >>