Grieving has to be done. It’s a physical and emotional labour, entwined with a loss of knowing.
It’s an unravelling dance, a longing song, a devastating love.
As we fall through that tangled grieving gateway, we are left with but one thing, in the tiny details of the day: we are still alive.
And that is such a miracle, so precious, that we are awash with gratitude, beyond words.
It’s all beyond words.
So let’s dance. And breathe in. And cry out. And let go. Again. And again.
For this is the time.
Note from Adam: “Quarantined on the outskirts of Prague having tested positive for you-know-what, I’m in a suburban wilderness that seems the perfect landscape to experience this peculiarly modern plague. In the strange way of these things, I find myself inspired by the experience of restriction, in this place deserted of soulfulness. Inspired to make an offering from this loss. May it serve you too, somehow.”
This is an online event: session times are Nov 13th and 14th: 3 – 6 pm UK time (link to your timezone here). You will need to be able to attend both sessions, and they will not be recorded. You will also need to be able to devote a short time (half an hour to an hour) to yourself and your practice, in between sessions.
To take part in this event, you will need:
- The understanding that you are responsible for your physical, emotional and mental well-being during and after this event.
- The ability and resources to integrate the possibility of strong emotional experience, which may be within yourself, or through access to support from friends, family or professionals.
- Good internet connection via laptop or notebook (with a phone, the screen size will make it hard for you to interact with us).