Grief is a natural response to loss. Earlier, we have only seen a link between death and grief. But now there is enough data from research that shows people going through a grieving process because of the loss of a significant relationship also.
It's impossible to create space for a healthy life and a healthy relationship from the unhealed state.
Many of us go through multiple losses of relationships but we never give time and focus to heal the traumas and wounds created in the process of separation/change. We go from one relationship to another and the irony is that we are expecting a better outcome than last time but we are in a more wounded and traumatized state. And even if it was our first relationship only that we lost, still we need to clean the slate properly.
Properly grieving your major loss is important because it allows us to move forward in our lives in a healthy way.
When we do not process our emotions during this phase without understanding anything about them, it can cause us many issues at an emotional, mental and physical level. Not only that, it can dampen our self-worth, self-esteem, self-confidence, self-trust, and ultimately trust in others.
With this journey, you'll go deep in the journey of healing your grief in a healthy and guided way.
Our emotions are energy in motion. When we learn the right way to allow them to come and pass. We walk lighter.
Key Takeaways from the Program
Getting over your loss in a healthy way
Healing the mental, emotional, and physical health
Become aware of your triggers and dissolve them
Bring balance back to your life
Get control back of your emotions and your life
Feel lighter body and mind after finishing the journey
Getting ready for a healthy life and healthy relationships
In this e-learning journey we will cover
Understanding Grief the right way
Awareness & Clarity
1) Begin with learning about grief and its stages.
2) Become aware of your nature and stage of grief.
3) Prepare to go deeper into your emotions and heal them.
Knowing about your journey and pain
Acceptance & Intention Setting
1) Become more aware of your emotions and process them.
2) Identify your hidden triggers.
3) Address each of your triggers through deep guided contemplation.
4) Get back your peace of mind and control of your life.
Practicing healing the grief in daily life
Taking actions to make changes
1) Learn to express your grief in a transformative way.
2) Develop mindful living habits and routine for physical and mental wellbeing.
3) Practice mindfulness and daily activities to dissolve negative emotions.
Life is allowing the flow of graceful receiving and wholehearted giving. And life is Relationships, be it with people or anything.
- Anamika D
Who should join this?
This program is designed to help people heal their grief from loss of their relationship. The goal of this journey is not to make you ready for another relationship. That decision is yours to make. Our goal is to help you identify the wounds that got created by this situation and also identify the wounds that were already there which lead to this situation.
Then we help you to dissolve them in a guided manner. This will help you to get your power back. Once you reach that point, you can decide if you wish to stay single or find a new partner.
You will not only be able to attract a better partner then, but also will prove to be a better partner for the other person.
Therefore, we suggest that you park any questions related to finding or not finding a new partner and just fully focus on healing your grief first.
If you have gone through any such major loss in your life, and you face;
Anger—at those responsible, at the deceased, at ourselves, at God, at any one
Guilt—”If only I had done. . .”
Loss of appetite, excessive weight loss, excessive weight gain
Withdrawal from others, inability to connect with anyone and oneself
Intense sadness or tears when a memory is triggered
Numbness, you have become emotionally unavailable
Loneliness, or a sense of separateness from others
Loss of life’s meaning
If you are going through any of these factors, then this course is for you.
More about this E-Learning Journey
Why is it important to pay attention to this?
Research has shown that even a break-up or divorce can trigger the same stages of grief that someone would experience on loosing a loved one to death. Intense emotions of anger, guilt and depression gets created depending upon how significant and long the relationship was.
Although, the depression experienced during a grieving process is not an indication of mental illness (initially). It is a normal response but if not handled correctly (and healed), then it can turn into clinical depression.
The same goes with emotions of anger and guilt. Initially, they are ok and normal but if left unaddressed for long period, can hamper mental balance and wellbeing. Therefore, it is important to understand this process and complete it with full awareness before it consumes your wellbeing and also the wellbeing of people around you.
This 21-Day Journey along with a 21 Day Challenge. This journey is more experiential and if you feel you need more time to go forward, feel free to practice it for longer time.
Its important that you do all the exercises and activities given for the best results.
Get your strength back.
Find yourself back through this process.
Develop self-awareness, mindfulness and calmness.