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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.

Client

( 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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Client

( 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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Client

( 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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Why Are People Avoiding Me?

Has someone close to you died and you wondered why everyone seems to be avoiding you? I have. At first you don’t notice it as much because you are in a daze. But once you emerge from the fog, you realize no one seems to be around. It’s like everyone disappeared to the four corners of the earth.

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Book Review: The Sudden Loss Survival Guide By Chelsea Hanson

I was honored to read author Chelsea Hanson‘s book The Sudden Loss Survival Guide: Seven Essential Practices for Healing Grief. Chelsea Hanson is an author, grief educator, and spiritual mentor for women. Following the sudden death of both of her parents, Hanson developed her signature system, The Seven Essential Practices to Heal Grief, a program that transforms

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Self-Care

Why Self-Care Helps With Grief

Self-care is one of the most important aspects of grieving. Unfortunately this is the last thing you may think about doing. If you are like me, you may end up putting your own self-care on hold because grief has made you physically exhausted. In fact, grief is what is draining your energy. Being physically drained

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Miscarriage

Miscarriage is a natural and common event. More women than you think have experienced at least one; others many more. If this is the reality, then why is pregnancy loss so hard for society to deal with? People talk around it but rarely about it. I think it goes back to the fact that anything dealing with loss is

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Walking The Labyrinth

Labyrinth Walking When Grieving

I had never heard about labyrinth walking until a few years ago when I saw a “Walking The Labyrinth” course listed at a local retreat center. Being mostly curious I signed up. What I learned about was something I never knew existed. Walking a labyrinth as another form of meditation. WHAT IS A LABYRINTH? A

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What To Do

Sometimes It’s What You Do Not What You Say

  Sometimes it’s not just about what you say when someone is grieving but more importantly what you do. Just the smallest of gestures are helpful. Grievers may not feel like talking on the phone after a loved one dies. However, receiving a simple text message from someone interested in how they are doing can make

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