Grief is a heavy feeling and it’s understandable that most of us were taught how to pull ourselves up by our bootstraps and not get “bogged down” with emotions. And at the same time, as my latest podcast guest Georgena Eggleston, M.A shares in our interview, “You’re not broken; you’re broken open like a seed to grow in awareness” of who we most deeply are and what our deepest gifts are. She explains what those gifts are and how to move through heavy emotions to find deep peace, compassion, presence, and love, and wisdom.
Georgina gives several examples ranging from small disappointments to large losses and explains what it means to move through the pain to deeper clarity about who we are now, what we want, and how to get it.
You can access Georgena’s free gift here: https://integratedwellbeinginstitute.com/learningportal/courses/workplace-er-free-access/
This Resource Reset Library contains six topics and tools for people to navigate the ocean of emotion in these chaotic times. Move from pain and panic to peace in minutes.
This is her book: A New Mourning: Discovering the Gifts in Grief by Georgena Eggleston: https://amzn.to/3EgHAEs
|Georgena Eggleston, M.A. is a trauma specialist and certified Body-Mind therapist for those touched by sudden loss, suicide and deep grief. With a 20+ year private practice specializing in grief and anxiety, clients access guidance of the body to navigate the ocean of emotion and discover their Integrated Wellbeing. She has lived through and moved beyond the grief of the intentional suicide of her brother, Mark and the impulsive suicide of her teen-aged son, Reed. She stayed stuck in Fragile Grief for almost seven years. |
With a strong communication skillset as a Speech-Language Pathologist Georgena’s grief healing began when she enrolled in the Rubenfeld Synergy Method ® training. She later became certified as a Rubenfeld Synergist (CRS) in 2002. In 2015 Georgena became a licensed Religious Science Practitioner (RScP). Georgena is the author of A New Mourning: Discovering the Gifts in Grief, the memoir of her journey through grief. Contact her at: 503-309-3966 or email@example.com or IntegratedWellbeingInstitute.com
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