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Map Your Grief 6/21/23

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What: The Grief Practice approach to mapping grief blends somatic inquiry and embodied listening within a community container made up of nonjudgemental friends, curiosity and compassion.

Why: The map is not the territory, as Alfred Korzybski said. And there is a map-territory relationship, meaning that there is a relationship between the experience of our grief and the representation of it that comes into existence when we map it, which includes noting what is different in our experience as we explore together, while including us as the experiencer in the noticing. The information we mine when we map our grief reveals to us our own insight of what is needed now or what comes next for us. No one else can map your grief because it is not their grief. They don't have your lived experience, support or lack of support, and they didn't know the person or thing you lost the way that you did. Only you can map your grief.

How: Nervous-system preparation is a key component in allowing us acess to the neurobiological state of curiosity. When we can relate to our grief curiously we often find a sense of flow available where before there was fixity. This kind of nervous-system exloration is fun, simple, and we learn it together every time we gather.

Where: We will gather online. The zoom link will be included in your receipt as well as sent to you the day before our session.

When:  This session will be held on the Summer Solstice 2023, June 21, at 12 pm PST / 3 pm EST. 

Led by Monique Minahan, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, Trauma-Informed yoga teacher, Author of The Grief Practice.

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*This class is not intended to replace or directly provide mental health treatment. The practices and care provided during this class are not a replacement for therapy and other medical interventions. 

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