We must remember GRIEF not as foreign entity and not as an outsider to be held down or caged up, but as a natural process here to reveal an evolution of our Self.
The restoration of harmony in our world depends greatly on the manner in which we approach, process and express our grief. Not only our external world but our internal landscape.
Conscious expressions of grief are healing. Lack of expression of our grief leads to repression which turns into impulses and emotions that is whats at the root of the general unhappiness and depression that we feel. It makes us feel dislocated, separate and isolated. It invites
Unacknowledged grief will cause us to unconsciously sabotage love, to look for outward comforts that numb is, leave us empty and in a hungry escape from the reality of our lives by trying to find relief.
Grief is experienced differently by every person. So learning what your way is can be very liberating and self supportive.
Communal grieving offers something that we cannot get when we grieve by ourselves. .
Through validation, acknowledgement and witnessing, communal grieving allows us to experience a level of healing that is deeply and profoundly freeing.
Each of us have a basic human right to grieve our losses and make of them beauty that honors what has come to pass.