A contemplative practice embodies mind, body and heart. Where you come into a place of presence with yourself, honouring your thoughts, your feelings, your heart and your soul. It’s gentle and loving and gives you an opportunity to tune into your higher self and reflect the sacredness of this holy relationship.
When we grieve the loss of our loved one; place, status or role; estranged and difficult relationships; or the collective trauma that we experience in our daily lives, having a gentle contemplative practice holds us through this grieving process. Often in our grief we feel like our heart will break and we are not sure how to take care of ourselves because we feel like we cannot breathe.
The tools that I value in my contemplative practice are:
Embodiment Practices – Qi Gong, Yoga, Gentle Movement to Music or Walking in Nature
In our monthly Contemplative Grief Group we bring sharing, meditation, embodiment and journaling practices together in our 90 minute group gathering. This is a gentle and honouring group space for you to feel held and to hold others in a safe container. The processes allow you to be in a contemplative space.
These groups are held on the last Friday of each month – 3pm SA Time / 9am EST / 2pm UK time on Zoom. The cost is R100 ZAR / $10.
DM me to book your space or to find out more.
Provided in person in Hoekwil and online. Please contact Nidhi to find out more.