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    Registration For My Gracefully Grieving Class Ends Tomorrow

    CLOSING TOMORROW From now until midnight tomorrow (December 6th), you can join my ‘Gracefully Grieving Energy Healing Online Class’. After that, registration will close and I won’t be taking on new students. Secure your spot in my class by clicking on the following link: https://gracefullygrieving.com/healing I’m not planning to reopen registration once it closes since this is an interactive class with a private Facebook mastermind group that requires a lot of my attention and time. Unlike other courses, I will be involved and will personally help you suffer less and heal faster from your grief. Registration will close permanently at midnight tomorrow PST time. Join my class before the doors…

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    Grieving is Natural Part of the Healing Process

    With any loss comes grief; a natural process that is our human way of healing emotionally. But all too often this normal process stalls, gets sidetracked or becomes buried deep inside us. The reason for this could be that person who is grieving doesn’t allow themselves to experience the deep sorrow and sadness that comes with grief or this person’s family, friends or culture doesn’t allow for them to fully express their grief. My students have often asked me what they should do if a family member or friend is angry with them when they cry or are sad after losing a loved one. I often ask them one question…

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    Finding Success by Doing the Small Things

    I was going through the notes on my phone and found the following from about a year ago. Celebrate the small wins: 1. Got a good night sleep without sleeping pills. 2. Did some meditation and affirmations to intentionally healing myself. 3. Talked to God and asked him for guidance and support. 4. Appreciated the flowers when I opened my bedroom windows. 5. Decide on always asking myself the question “What positive meaning can I find from this situation?” 6. Decide to enjoy what I am doing more intentionally. 7. I was excited for a solid work day without any meetings or disruptions. This exercise is designed to help anyone…

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    Gracefully Grieving: What’s Your Source of Happiness?

    What is your source of happiness? Your family? Your career? Food? Shopping? Share with us in the comment area of this post. By the way, the first FREE video from my 6-part video series will be released on Monday, 11/16. You can sign up to watch my FREE 6-part video series to learn how to use my Gracefully Grieving Energy Healing process to suffer less and heal faster from your grief and/or past traumas. These videos will also give you an idea if you are a good fit for my online course being launched on 11/30. To sign up, use the following link: https://gracefullygrieving.com/general-opt-in Below is my journey of how…

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    Gracefully Grieving: Choosing a Path Towards Growth

    Here’s my journey to heal and find love again. Want to do the same? Sign up to gain access to my FREE 6-part video series here: https://gracefullygrieving.com/general-opt-in My mom became a widow when she was 44 and she decided her life was over. She has been living a standard single widow life for almost 30 years now, still crying and blaming all her troubles on the fact that she is a widow. When I became a widow at 43, I didn’t even know if I had a better choice than my mom. However, I truly believe that no matter what happens, as long as I am determined to make the…

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    The Stories We Tell Ourselves About Losing a Loved One.

    What happened? What are the FACTS that make up the story of what happened to your deceased love one? The facts are the part of the story that DOESN’T CHANGE. This doesn’t include your feelings or your response to the story, simply only the facts. Here are the facts in my story of loss. My father died from cancer. My late husband died from cancer. What are the plain facts that make up your story of loss? Now, feel free to tell your own version of the stories regarding your loss. Here is the story I used to tell myself after my dad died: Having an abusive mom, my dad…

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    Finding a Balance Between Mind, Body and Soul

    Life is a balance of our mind, body and soul. Do you believe one area is more important than the others? Some of us believe inner beauty is more important than outer beauty, others believe a smart mind is more important than a fit and healthy body, while others still believe a spiritual life is more important than the mind and body. I believe the mind, body and soul are all equally important. If we ignore one of these areas, our lives become unbalanced and incomplete. Don’t settle with the limiting belief that you can’t have it all. There are many people who DO have it all! They have a…

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    Gracefully Grieving: Rebuilding A Life After Loss

    Grief can be a deadly storm that can wipe away our whole life! But grief can also be a great opportunity to rebuild a brand new life out of the ashes! Our decisions on how we rebuild either comes from love or fear. Which will you choose? Since the end of April, I have been attending zoom Yoga classes at least 4 times a week. During each class, we are always asked to dedicate the next 5 breath cycles to what we appreciate. God and my late husband Bob are always on my list. No matter where I look; the blue sky, the blooming flowers, the singing birds, or even…

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