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I highly recommend Grief Reiki for anyone with grief and loss issues...it is a gift you deserve to give yourself. Having such a compassionate guide through this work will help you get your "life" back on track so that you are free to be in the moment and truly love again.

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( Grief Support Group )

I had never had Reiki before but Grief Reiki described everything to me before my session. After it was over I felt wonderful. I'm sold on Reiki!

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( Reiki Session )

Thank you so much for your fabulous facilitation!

Client

( Grief Support Group )

My one hour Reiki session was just what I needed. Thank you Grief Reiki for making it such a relaxing and peaceful experience!

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( Reiki Session )

Many thanks for the amazing 8-week journey which I am sure has created an opening for true healing.

Client

( Grief Support Group )

Grief Reiki was an earth angel sent to me and was a rock to me when I needed it.

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Client

( Reiki and Grief Client )

What Grief Reiki offers is a blend of support group and a formal class. There is a textbook for the class (included in the cost) and homework to complete every week, but don’t let that intimidate or deter you. There is a clear process that Grief Reiki guides participants through and the steps are sequential and cumulative.

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( Grief Support Group )

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2020 Bereavement Cruise

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Join us on the 2020 Bereavement Cruise! Royal Caribbean  Harmony of The Seas April 19-26, 2020 Eastern Caribbean Out of Port Canaveral Florida View a Video of The Harmony of The Seas Cruise Ship Nurture your mind, body & spirit. The one and only cruise of its kind created just for grieving families.​ A variety of workshops

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Grief Anniversary

Grief Anniversary

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Since time does not heal when it comes to grief, it is not surprising that the Grief Anniversary of a loved one’s death can be just as painful as the day they died. For me, April 3rd marks the seven year anniversary of my former fiancé’s death. Although we were no longer together when he passed away,

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Book Review: A Widow’s Awakening by Maryanne Pope

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I was honored to be asked by author Maryanne Pope to review her book A Widow’s Awakening. Maryanne is an author, playwright, screenwriter, blogger, public speaker, workplace safety advocate, environmental educator and professional Auntie – started Pink Gazelle Productions in 2002, two years after the on-duty death of her police officer husband, Cst John Petropoulos of the Calgary

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Missing A Loved One on Valentine’s Day

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  Valentine’s Day can be one of the toughest days of the year when you are grieving. It is another reminder the people you love or once loved are no longer around.  The loss could be the result of a death, break-up or divorce. Often you anticipate it weeks or even months in advance giving you a sense of dread.

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60 Things I Learned By 60

Well I woke up and wondered how I am already 60 years old. Some days I feel 20 and other days I feel 80. Guess that is life. But as I reflect back on the years, I wanted to write down some of the 60 (plus) things I have learned: Always see the beauty in

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Over 40 Different Grieving Events

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    In the late 1960s, psychiatrists Thomas Holmes and Richard Rahe conducted research that resulted in the Social Readjustment Rating Scale (SRRS), more commonly known as the Holmes and Rahe Stress Scale. This scale lists over 43 different life events that can cause stress. Each event, called a Life Change Unit (LCU), had a different “weight”

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