Grief is a wonderful means of creating connections. When we experience loss, we can discover that we remain in a space softened by compassion and tolerance.
I'm grateful because it's the right time to share these teachings. And because, paradoxically, grief is a wonderful means of creating connections. When we experience loss, we can discover that we remain in a space softened by compassion and tolerance. In this space, we find each other again.
For this, I also want to thank YOU for rising from every challenge that's found you. I'm well aware how important these struggles have been in the shaping of you.
And, maybe, thank you also for knowing that some of the challenges remain a little sticky. Even when we rise, we sometimes carry the weight of what's happened. We persevere but we may not feel light.
At a certain point, we find ourselves ready to shed the weight. And we may not know how.
Over three Friday mornings in November, I'm offering Good Grief: a yoga series to heal the heart through 5 Koshas Yoga. Honestly, this is my favorite application of some beautiful practices in yoga. These practices, and the philosophy behind them, helped me realize what the loss in my own life was teaching me. I'm happy to share them with you to support your interaction with change.
Please visit 5 Koshas to join. And feel free to share this post if you know someone who may find this helpful. We'll meet online on Friday mornings, November 5, 12 and 19 from 9:30am to noon (CENTRAL time). Please let me know if this feels interesting. And, send along any questions!