03 May Growth through Healing
Lessons from Death
Life sure does have a way of throwing you off at times.
Yesterday, as I sat on the front porch, with my husband and daughter, enjoying the nice weather, I received a phone call from my mother.
My grandfather passed away. My voice broke as I began to cry.
Though he had failing health for quite some time and I knew that he would transition soon, I didn’t know how to process it.
I stayed up late last night writing a think piece about it.
Though I am saddened by his passing, I give thanks for his life and sacrifice.
I honor him and all of my ancestors that have gone before me.
Though his transition will be difficult for my family and me, as all transitions are, I’ve come to know and understand that death is a part of life.
Over the next 7 days, I’ll be spending time celebrating his life, as we prepare to lay him to rest.
If you are experiencing any grief, sadness, or pain in your life, I encourage you to enroll in Cycles of Healing.
In this course, I’ll touch on the importance of acknowledging and honoring your healing process as you move from pain to purpose.
In addition, I’ll also provide insight into my own spiritual practice and ritual for healing. You’ll learn how to identify the origins of pain and suffering, healthy practices to cultivate healing and improve your self-awareness.
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Both courses will provide you with foundational steps to empower you to move further along in your journey.
I give thanks for the life of Willie James Smith.