WHO DOES YOUR ORGANIZATION SERVE?
If someone you love has died, Mindfulness & Grief is for you. Let us help you navigate the icy waters of grief and adapt to your life after loss. Not only will you learn how to ease the physical symptoms of loss but also how to calm your mind and comfort your heart as well.
This site is also for professionals who help people who are grieving. Nurses, doctors, hospice workers, therapists, social workers, meditation and yoga teachers can benefit from these teachings on a professional and personal level.
WHAT IS THEIR BIGGEST CHALLENGE?
Grief is like an umbrella—beneath it you will find physical, emotional, spiritual, and social elements—to name a few. It is normal to feel disoriented, and many of us wonder if we are coping with grief in the “right” way.
Coping with grief when your loved one has died may seem like an impossible task. Few words bring comfort, and there is no quick fix for a broken heart. In addition to overwhelming sadness, many of us feel stuck and unsure of how to proceed with life after loss.
HOW DO YOU HELP THEM?
- Online Grief Support- This online grief support program is different.There are numerous websites on the Internet that offer online grief support forums where you can interact with peers and professionals, and these can be very helpful. We know that time does not, in fact, heal all wounds - it is what you do with the time that matters. My online grief support focuses on mindfulness-based activities, such as meditation, journaling prompts, and self-reflection exercises that I offer to my students who attend my classes in person at the Frederick Meditation Center.
- Book- The Mindfulness & Grief book will help you begin the process of healing. You will learn how to cope with the pain of loss and embark on a unique healing journey that may lead to unimaginable post-traumatic growth.
- Book Bonus Material- a companion site to the in-person, eight-week class that is offered by author Heather Stang at the Frederick Meditation Center. Online resources include digital handouts, guided meditations, and a few reflection worksheets - all designed to enhance the you though life after loss. If you are reading Mindfulness & Grief, or are a grief professional using the book for bereavement groups, these notes and grief exercises are priceless.
- Blog- Articles written by Heather Stang, a thanatologist, mindfulness speaker, and author of Mindfulness & Grief: With Guided Meditations To Calm Your Mind & Restore Your Spirit
- Meditations- These mindfulness-based meditations for grief will help you calm your mind and reduce your suffering. It is not hard to get started, and once you try it you will more than likely be pleased by the benefits. If you are ready to try it for yourself, find a quiet place to practice.
WHERE CAN WE FIND OUT MORE?
Music to Grieve toListening to sad music after losing a loved one, being diagnosed with a terminal illness, or finalizing a divorce might seem counterintuitive, but this somber sounding activity has been proven to help.
Nothing can prepare you for grief, nor is there a right or wrong way to deal with it, but sad music is an easily accessible and highly effective tool that can help you begin to heal.Learn How Sad Music Can Help You