Beloved Flower Lover,
These two weeks we have been involved with funerals and helping those men and women who are supporting those others come to terms with the passing of a loved one. During this time we have watched people love beyond the form and been so inspired.
We do not want to re-traumatise anyone and so offer you tips of comfort on your journey because if nothing changes, nothing changes.
There are so many emotions involved and we found David Kessler’s work to be really supportive at this time. He really offers insight and comfort for us all to consider as we continue to live.
Chinese experts know that the lungs hold grief until they are released. Any loss is held there. All loses including the loss that the world does not recognise are important to honour. So these chi kung exercises in the video here, may be used to help you to release old grief from the lungs.
The greatest tribute and legacy your life can reflect is being peaceful about your life whatever happens, so we offer some of the work from Byron Katie to help you even more.
In this video a man who is angry at his sister for her ongoing grief at her daughter’s death learns love. It has been eight years, he says, and it’s time for her to get over it. When he questions his assumptions, he discovers a reality that he hadn’t imagined, and his attitude changes. Please click onto the video. It’s well worth it.
The London Flower Lover