Healing Grief with your
Loved One in the Spirit World
Online - POSTPONED
Day/time to be announced
$555 - Limited number of attendees.
During the seminar, you'll need a journal to write in.
Meeting 1 -
Introduction - Senses, Awareness and Meditation
How to connect with spirit using our senses and what are the senses we use.
Building a trust with Spirit and a relationship with our Loved Ones in Spirit.
Introduction of journaling.
Meeting 2 -
Memories and writing letters to our Loved Ones through Journaling.
The story of your Loved One.
Grief graph. Moments to love, moments to forgive.
Setting a weekly/regular time to connect with your loved one.
Automatic writing, meditation and how to flow.
Meeting 3 -
Signs - What are they, how to look for them.
We'll walk through how to best communicate with your loved one so you'll be able to ask, see and receive their signs.
Meeting 4 -
Dreams - Inviting our loved ones to visit.
Music, photos, memories and items that may help.
Health in daytime and night time.
Meeting 5 -
Memories - Photographs - Tell your story by journaling.
Using all your senses, expanding your consciousness.
Health in daytime and night time. Self-care reminder.
Sharing is caring.
Meeting 6 -
Memories - Music - Tell your story be reflecting on your loved ones favorite music.
Using all your senses to remember memories gone, that will facilitate in bringing closeness in your journaling.
Additional Meeting - $50
Tuesday April 4th at: 7PM-8:30pm EST / 4pm-5:30pm PST
How to get a good reading with a medium and pick the mind of the medium and the griever.
90 mins of questions and answers.
Processing Grief with Spirit.
Mental health support
Reaching out, building a support system.
Where to find information, who to seek out.
What to expect from a session with a medium or a grief group.
Consider having a licensed mental health counselor or a Grief Recovery Method Specialist you can turn to while attending this course.
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The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched, they must be felt with the heart.
— Helen Keller, 1880-1968