I receive many emails from people grieving the loss of loved ones, especially the grief of loved ones who have passed from coronavirus. The main question I receive when it comes to this Process Orange emotion is, “How can I manage the emotional energy of my grief and loss?”
Firstly, it is so very important to state that grief is a personal journey with many healing factors and facets, and for each person it is a different experience. Because of this, it is necessary to process grief and loss in your own time and space, without any pressure from yourself, or others, to get through it, get over it, or get on with it.
As you travel the journey towards processing and integrating your grief and loss, there are things you can do to soothe your emotional energy to lighten the load. In this blog post, I join with some wonderful energy healers as well as a trauma survivor who share helpful ways to ‘energetically’ ease your grief….even just a little!!
The 2020 EMP™ Micro Summit focused on grief and finding a meaningful connection with your loved ones who has passed. I shared interviews with Sound Healer Nereace, Colour Healers Vicki Engeham and Tricia Sharkey as well as trauma survivor and Podcast producer, Irene Weinberg. Based on their personal experiences and professional knowledge, these ladies shared their incredible insight as well as helpful and loving methods to help you ease your grief through touch therapy, energy healing and other self-help tools.
Gathering their advice’s, I created a 27-minute video and posted it on the Your Space Channel on YouTube. To watch this video, click on the image.
After listening to this video, you may also want to apply the EMP™ Self-Care Home-Play Tools which are based on the advices my Guest Speakers shared.
You can access these free tools by logging into the Your Space Members Section on this website and downloading the e-Book.
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May these FREE resources provide you with loving methods to help ease your grief today.
Go gently on yourself and I send you comfort at this difficult time.