In grief, we need tools that are portable, accessible anytime, anywhere, to help us navigate the loss. Whether you’re waiting in line, taking a lunch break, or simply seeking a moment of solace, you can access these practices at your convenience.
Letting go is a fundamental concept in yoga and meditation. It is the practice of releasing tension, stress, and negative thoughts. When we let go, we allow ourselves to be more open and receptive. This is essential for both yoga and meditation, as it allows us to experience the full benefits of these practices.
Grounding is a fundamental practice in yoga and meditation, and it can also be used in everyday life to manage stress, improve focus, and increase self-awareness. As a midlifer, you may be facing a number of challenges, such as grief, loss, and empty nest syndrome. Grounding can help you to navigate these challenges and to create a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
World Kindness Day serves as a poignant reminder that kindness is not a fleeting gesture; it’s a fundamental aspect of our shared humanity. As we celebrate this day, it’s essential to recognize that kindness isn’t just an external act; it’s an internal disposition. Kindness starts within us, and it radiates outwards, touching the lives of those around us.
Learn how to establish healthy personal boundaries and protect yourself from boundary bullies in your grief with tips and advice through the yoga lense.
Caregiving can be difficult, and will probably be more challenging when both you and your ageing loved one are grieving. Learn a few things you can do to help you in your caregiving in grief.
Learn how grief and loss affect the energy that courses through our five sheaths of body – according to yoga.
Understanding our own individual journey of grief helps to give us clarity and compassion during this difficult period. Read this blog post to learn more.
Mahat Yoga Pranayama – or 3-Part Breath – helps us to remain grounded when we experience moments of grief and loss.