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Tag Archives: Nature
Honor your loved one's memory by gathering in their favorite place outdoors
Our Tip of the Month: Many people find comfort and peace in nature. Oftentimes a specific beach, forest, National Park or hiking trail is a person’s sanctuary during stressful times. After a loved one dies, bringing a group of family … Continue reading
Contemplating the choice of ecstatic surrender at the moment of death
Mary Oliver is a contemporary anglophone poet beloved by many for her universally resonant contemplations drawing on metaphors from the natural world. Many of her poems are suffused with humbleness, gratitude, and wonder, placing death at the center of a … Continue reading
Use the ancient science of Kundalini Yoga to reduce grief-related stress
Our Weekly Tip: Grief is mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually complex, but the way we take care of ourselves during this tender time doesn’t need to be. The ancient holistic science of Kundalini Yoga includes a left-nostril breathing technique called … Continue reading
Inspiring poetry about nature for those exiting the grieving process or seeking a bereavement gift
I ask myself why have I not shared this small poetry book “To Those Who See” by Gwen Frostic with you, my readers? Simply put, it’s my most treasured book. And treasures are to be hidden, aren’t they? the winds blow … Continue reading
Project Womb combines ingenuity and beautiful design to help you create the perfect legacy
The Womb Coffin was conceived by designer Diddo as part of Project Womb, a project designed to address the aesthetics of the afterlife. The project brings the conversation about death and the memories of a lost loved one into the same realm … Continue reading