Finding any kind of respite in grief can be tough. Normal meditations or mindfulness practices don’t always address the special circumstances of grief, and it can be hard to trust someone who hasn’t shared your magnitude of grief.
Today’s post is an excerpt from the When Everything is Not Okay audio program. As the tagline says, the program offers practical tools to help you stay in your heart and not lose your mind. The whole program is really a love letter to you, offering you what I have in my heart and my mind, in hopes you find some little places of shelter in your grief.
The meditation excerpt below is just over five minutes long. So find yourself a comfortable spot, close your eyes, and listen.
If you find it useful, I invite you to check out the whole program.
Meditation, or really any self-reflection process, can be hugely affected by grief. How has meditation changed for you since your loss? Have you started or stopped a practice? As always, I love your comments and your questions. You can send me an email or leave a comment below.