Sun, 22 March, 2015
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Kunsang Yeshe Retreat Centre
All transitions have the potential for collapse or growth. What dictates which direction our personal process will take? Loss is a part of life, from relationship separation, redundancy at work, ageing and death.
The topic of death and dying remains relatively taboo in Western society, which often makes the grieving process more difficult. Lack of extended family also means that there is less support for coping with the overwhelming emotions which often accompany loss.
This workshop will explore the experience of loss and its emotional impact and include simple meditation techniques for relaxation and peace.
It will also provide an opportunity to understand how we are affected by grief and how we can help ourselves and others in the grieving process.
Contribution includes light lunch & refreshments. Bookings Essential.
About Wendy Laughlin
Wendy has a background in nursing, counselling and education. She has been a Bereavement Counsellor for ten years in UK and has run courses in Understanding Loss and Bereavement at Bristol University and Montfort College in Bangalore.
She has an open, informal teaching style, encouraging questions and discussion.