Types of Methods
• Meditation - Spiritual Guidance
• Groups, teams and organisations
I facilitate community grief tending rituals in Brighton and beyond. In community, we find we’re not alone, we belong to a web of life. I have been ‘apprenticing with sorrow’ since 2014. You can read more of my journey on my website.
Coming together to tend to our grief, we acknowledge that sorrow is a communal cup that we all drink from, one story that unites us. In the intimacy of being witnessed in our pain and vulnerability, we break down the walls between us, opening up to a shared love for each other, all beings and the earth. Communal grieving is a practice of loving life together.
The work is informed by the teachings of Francis Weller, Joanna Macy, Sobonfu Somé, Martin Prechtel, Maeve Gavin, Sophy Banks and Jeremy Thres.
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Collapse awareness often provokes grief. Collapse grief is an aspect of our relationship with loss, …