Lessons From Grief: Taking Inventory + Nourishing Your Internal Self with Pixie Lighthorse
What you'll hear in this episode:
- In a culture of ‘go, go, go…’, how do we make time for the grieving process?
- Listening to the warning signs of lingering grief being housed inside your body
- D E F I N I N G grief: an emotion that comes in so many forms, for so many reasons - so, why are we, as a society, only allowing people to ‘grieve’ when it’s the loss of a loved one?
- Taking a grief inventory: if we aren’t willing to look at what is still hurting us - it becomes destructive
- The importance of being ‘silly’: breaking up the mundane with laughter
- What are youdoing to cleanse your internal self? (wash, bathe + relax your emotions)
More about Pixie:
Pixie Lighthorse is the author of the Prayers of Honoring Series + has recently added a new section on honoring grief. Lighthorse received her training in western shamanism between 2003-2012. She was born in California, and grew up among farms, ranches, animals, and wildlife. She studied literature and art at Cal State Northridge and several other higher learning institutions. She is an enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. Feminine and earth-centered sensibilities form the cornerstones of her work. She lives with her family in Central Oregon.
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