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Mindfulness & Grief by Heather Stang

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Mindfulness & Grief by Heather Stang

With guided meditations to calm your mind and restore your spirit

About the Book
Without proper support, navigating the icy waters of grief may feel impossible. The grieving person may feel spiritually bankrupt, and often the loss is so painful that the bereaved may lose faith in what they once held dear. Mindfulness meditation can restore hope by offering a compassionate safe haven for healing and self-reflection. While nobody can predict the path of someone else’s grief, this book will guide the reader forward through the grieving process with simple mindfulness-based exercises to restore mind, body, and spirit.

These easy-to-follow meditations will help the reader to cope with the pain of loss, and embark on a healing journey. Each chapter focuses on a different aspect of grief, and the guided meditations will calm the mind and increase clarity and focus. Mindfulness and Grief will help readers to begin the process of reconstructing the shattered self that is left in the wake of any major loss.

On the Back of the Book
A Mindful Guide to Coping with Loss

Grief is a natural reaction to loss and the mourning process can be a difficult and stressful experience. It can leave you feeling emotionally, mentally, and physically exhausted. The ancient Buddhist practice of mindfulness can help you to navigate the path of grief and cope with loss.

Heather Stang suggests mindfulness-based meditations and practices that will allow you to tap into your natural resilience, which in turn will help you to learn and grow through your grief journey. Mindfulness enables us to live in the present moment and to examine what we are truly feeling in the here and now. When applied to the grieving process, mindfulness reminds us that our pain is impermanent. By simply observing our grief as it exists in the present moment, we let go of the need to avoid our pain or obsess over our loss, and we can rediscover peace and self-compassion.

Mindfulness & Grief has an easy-to-follow structure, with each chapter focusing on a different aspect of the grief experience, accompanied by meditations and exercises. By learning to grieve mindfully, you will be able to reduce your suffering, cope with intense emotions, and rebuild your mind, body, and spirit.

Total Pages: 144 (Paperback)

About the Author
Heather Stang offers private Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy sessions, day retreats, and 8-week Mindful Grief courses to the bereaved. Her focus is on helping the bereaved to stay healthy and experience post-traumatic growth through mindfulness-based practices. The author is based in Frederick, Maryland, USA.

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