"I am saying that a journey is called that because you cannot know what you will discover on the journey, what you will do with what you find, or what you find will do to you."
Journey. We carry within us stories of dust and tears. Embarrassed gasps and stifled whimpers. Skinned egos on dirt playgrounds. Resilience soaked in swamped boats. A list of firsts. Another list of lasts. Cupboards full of “what ifs.” Words lodged in our bones; petroglyphs we can’t decipher.
We bind grief with a corset made of barbed wire, fearing that if it breathed, we would never stop bleeding.
Invite grief on your journey. Allow your grief to breathe. Nurture your journey.
Nurture Your Journey’s founder Anne Richardson offers workshops and retreats as well as labyrinth facilitation for both individuals and organizations. She is an educator and presenter for healthcare professionals. For individuals experiencing any kind of grief and loss, Anne is also a seasoned spiritual companion and an award-winning poet, two things that compliment each other quite nicely while walking the pathway to healing together.