Grief is a cocoon from which we emerge new. Grief shatters. If you let yourself shatter and then you put yourself back together, piece by piece, you wake up one day and realize that you have been completely reassembled. You are whole again, and strong, but you are suddenly a new shape, a new size. - Glennon Doyle
I live in Coral Springs, Florida and I am
writing about your free mini workshop "Holding Space for Grief using Colour". I found this class very powerful. You shared from your heart and gave me the needed support to trust and let go. The energy of color is amazing; add to that the power of the written word plus intention and you
can gently communicate with love ones that have crossed ahead of us. I would like to share that I wrote a thank you letter to my mother who passed 7 years ago. She was 99. That night I dreamed that an Angel was handling me a square black velvet but almost flat box about 6 x 6 inches. Inside, in the center, there was a beautiful gold pen. I think my mom is telling me to write to her again. I am delighted! This was the first time I was able to communicate with my mother. My dad, on the other hand, gave me signs and messages since the day he parted 23 years ago.
Denise, Thank you very much for your teachings!
I have shared your course (Holding Space for Grief using Colour) with several people and we all agree it’s lovely, authentic and meaningful.
Thank you N.K.