at St Johns Well Being Centre, Pendre Close, Brecon LD3 9EA
Grief is universal: it is the other side of Love. To be fully human, to open to the priceless gifts of love, joy and connection, we also need to be willing to open to grief. This can arise, for example, from losing loved ones, and for
the pain of the Earth and for the unmet or unwelcome parts of ourselves.
We are often taught to suppress our grief, to put on a brave face, ‘to get over it’ and not to show vulnerability. As a result, we hide away our grief, only for it to sap our energy from within, contributing perhaps to the increased mental health and addiction issues of our time. Grief circles help to normalise grief, remind us that we’re not ‘alone’, give and receive support from others and find a new perspective on grief that can also open us to gratitude and even joy once again.
Within the grief lies something sacred – the promise of healing, of renewal, and opening to life once more.
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