Dec
9
1:00 PM13:00

Honoring Grief During the Holidays

Perky music bombards your ears starting in early November. The Hallmark Channel runs an endless loop of movies focused on holiday miracles and commercials show happy families breaking bread. Whether or not you honor or celebrate a traditional holiday as autumn ebbs toward winter, in the midst of grief, the intensity of the season can be overwhelming.

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Recognizing & Honoring Life Transitions
Jan
21
1:00 PM13:00

Recognizing & Honoring Life Transitions

We transition from the wet womb to open air, sucking in first breath. Relationships form. Some endure. Some end. Our sense of home and belonging shifts. What gives life meaning—school, career, family, beauty, creativity, service—ebbs and flows as we age. Our lives are full of transitions. Some weave in and out of our world seamlessly, hardly noticed until years later. Others create a temporary loss of balance. Then there are the transitions that leave you feeling like the GPS of your life has gone haywire.

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Mar
17
9:30 AM09:30

Hidden Beauty of Grief: Growing Through Loss

Grief and loss are part of our human experience. Whether you are someone who has rituals and processes for coping with losses as they occur or put them aside to “deal with later,” circumstances in life may be stirring a need to spend time reflecting on a loss or losses. Being in a gathering with others also on the journey can be affirming, supportive and help you connect with this common thread that stitches us together through life, whether or not the losses are similar. There is strength and beauty in gathering in a circle and being present for one another.

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Journey Through Loss: Exploring Grief and Loss Through the Archetype of the Labyrinth
Aug
20
1:00 PM13:00

Journey Through Loss: Exploring Grief and Loss Through the Archetype of the Labyrinth

The labyrinth is an ancient archetype that has been a part of cultures throughout the world since antiquity, often representing the idea of journey. We all experience grief and loss in life, from the time we leave the nurture of the womb to the leaving of our body at the end of our life, with many other losses, small and large, along the way. Our American society has shied away from healthy grief in favor of quick fixes, leaving many with unresolved grief lingering in silence just below the surface waiting for a chance to be heard. The labyrinth provides a safe container to journey with your loss.

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Journey Through Loss: Exploring Grief and Loss Through the Archetype of the Labyrinth
Jun
10
1:00 PM13:00

Journey Through Loss: Exploring Grief and Loss Through the Archetype of the Labyrinth

The labyrinth is an ancient archetype that has been a part of cultures throughout the world since antiquity, often representing the idea of journey. We all experience grief and loss in life, from the time we leave the nurture of the womb to the leaving of our body at the end of our life, with many other losses, small and large, along the way. Our American society has shied away from healthy grief in favor of quick fixes, leaving many with unresolved grief lingering in silence just below the surface waiting for a chance to be heard. The labyrinth provides a safe container to journey with your loss.

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Journey Through Loss:  Exploring Grief and Loss Through the Archetype of the Labyrinth
Mar
12
1:00 PM13:00

Journey Through Loss: Exploring Grief and Loss Through the Archetype of the Labyrinth

We all experience grief and loss in life, from the time we leave the nurture of the womb to the leaving of our body at the end of our life, with many other losses, small and large, along the way. Our American society has shied away from healthy grief in favor of quick fixes, leaving many with unresolved grief lingering in silence just below the surface waiting for a chance to be heard.

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Journey Through Loss: Exploring Grief and Loss through the Archetype of the Labyrinth
Oct
2
1:00 PM13:00

Journey Through Loss: Exploring Grief and Loss through the Archetype of the Labyrinth

We all experience grief and loss in life, from the time we leave the nurture of the womb to the leaving of our body at the end of our life, with many other losses, small and large, along the way. Our American society has shied away from healthy grief in favor of quick fixes, leaving many with unresolved grief lingering in silence just below the surface waiting for a chance to be heard.

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