A Guided Audio Meditation from Doing Grief in Real Life
Perhaps you have heard the old story about a mother, the Buddha, and some mustard seed. It’s a tale that speaks of unbearable suffering and a need for unimaginable healing. With this brief guided audio meditation from my new book, Doing Grief in Real Life, I ask you to make this story your own.
Self-Care: Before listening, you may want to create a quiet, healing space for yourself. You may want to gather paper and pen/cil to reflect in writing. Use this meditation as it’s useful to you. You know your healing path better than anyone.
Shea Darian, M.Div. is a family and grief educator, spiritual care provider, and award-winning author of Doing Grief in Real Life (IPPY Award) and Seven Times the Sun: Guiding Your Child Through the Rhythms of the Day.
Shea is the creator of the Model of Adaptive Grieving Dynamics, published in the journal Illness, Crisis & Loss, Vol. 22(3), 2014. Books on family spirituality include Sanctuaries of Childhood: Nurturing a Child's Spiritual Life (Foreword Book of the Year Award) and Living Passages for the Whole Family: Celebrating Rites of Passage from Birth to Adulthood (Nautilus Award).
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