Tending our Grief with Breath and Ritual
Surviving and thriving in these difficult times requires expanding our ability to be present with grief and getting to know it for its potential of regeneration and transformation. Through guided group conversation, intimate sharing, simple breath practices, and ritual with stone and water, we will touch into the gifts of connection and healing available to us when we take the time to tend to our grief in community. Please bring photos, written messages and/or responsibly sourced gifts from nature to adorn our communal grief altar. We will also have paper and nature offerings available for you to use. Facilitated by educators/end of life guides/community gatherers/activists: Anneke Campbell; Birgitta Kastenbaum; and Amber Deylon. (Note: to facilitate a safe space for all who join us, we will close our tent doors 5 minutes past the session start time.)
April 6th | 3:00 pm to 4:15 pm
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