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I am often asked how I can bear to witness this kind of pain regularly. My answer is simple: I get to see the pain of loss change people in miraculously positive ways. | MindfulnessAndGrief.com

I am often asked how I can bear to witness this kind of pain regularly. My answer is simple: I get to see the pain of loss change people in miraculously positive ways. Grief Quotes by Heather Stang.

The better I got to know myself through mindfulness practice, the more I knew I wanted to help others reduce their suffering." - Heather Stang | Mindfulness & Grief | p. 8 | Grief & Loss

The better I got to know myself through mindfulness practice, the more I knew I wanted to help others reduce their suffering.” – Heather Stang From Mindfulness & Grief, Page

Simply put, mindfulness is the art of using your sense to be fully awake in the present moment. It is the art of waking up to the precious nature of life itself. #mindfulness #grief | http://mindfulnessandgrief.com

Simply put, mindfulness is the art of using your senses to be fully awake in the present moment. Grief Quotes by Heather Stang.

Since the goal of mindfulness practice is the cessation of suffering, it can only make sense to bring the two together. | MindfulnessAndGrief.com

Since the goal of mindfulness practice is the cessation of suffering, it can only make sense to bring the two together. Grief Quotes by Heather Stang.

Right now, the concept of adapting to your loss, let alone transforming your life in a positive way, may sound far-fetched. However, if you follow the mindfulness practices offered in this book, you will experience, breath by breath, a subtle but profound shift in your world view. | MindfulnessAndGrief.com

Adapting to Your Loss - Mindfulness & Grief

As you reacquaint yourself with your spirit by slowing down and turning your focus inward, you will hear the whispered wisdom of your true self, which has long been forgotten and can now be remembered. | Grief Quotes | http://MindfulnessAndGrief.com

As you reacquaint yourself with your spirit by slowing down and turning your focus inward, you will hear the whispered wisdom of your true self, which has long been forgotten and can now be remembered.

Look deeply when it feels right; back off when it feels right. Know that just showing up is enough.

Look deeply when it feels right; back off when it feels right. Know that just showing up is enough. Grief Quotes by Heather Stang.

The only thing you need to approach your grief mindfully is yourself–just as you are, right now. | MindfulnessAndGrief.com

The only thing you need to approach your grief mindfully is yourself--just as you are, right now. Grief Quotes by Heather Stang

A key element of grief work is reconstructing your personal story. The mindfulness practices will help you to move forward through your experience of loss while creating a continuing bond with the person you will always love.

A key element of grief work is reconstructing your personal story. The mindfulness practices will help you to move forward through your experience of loss while creating a continuing bond with the person you will always love.

The reality is that when you have worked through your grief you will not be the same as you were before your loss; you will not be the same as you are now. | MindfulnessAndGrief.com

The reality is that when you have worked through your grief you will not be the same as you were before your loss; you will not be the same as you are now. Grief Quotes by Heather Stang.

The first time you reconnect with your body you may feel as though you are meeting a long-lost friend. The reconnection may be bittersweet, but as you learn to pay attention to the present moment you will move beyond the story of who you think you are, and open yourself to satya, or truth.

Open Yourself to Truth - Mindfulness & Grief

The easiest way to cope with grief is to start with the body. While we can not control what has happened in our life, meditation can help our body rest & let go of tension. This will reduce some of your suffering, and create space for your heart and mind to integrate this difficult loss. | http://mindfulnessandgrief.com

Coping with Grief-Related Stress - Mindfulness & Grief

It is my hope that mindfulness will help your body to return to a state of balance while honoring your grief process. I also hope these practices will be a place you can call home for the rest of your life, and to which you will be able to return again and again to grieve, to love, to celebrate, and to heal.

Mindfulness as a Place to Call Home - Mindfulness & Grief

Grief-work isn't about "getting over it." It's about adapting and finding new ways to relate.

Grief-work isn't about "getting over it." It's about adapting and finding new ways to relate.

Remember that your intention in starting this mindful journey is to reduce suffering, and while there may be times when unpleasant feelings arise, always treat yourself with loving-kindness.

Remember that your intention in starting this mindful journey is to reduce suffering, and while there may be times when unpleasant feelings arise, always treat yourself with loving-kindness. Grief Quotes by Heather Stang.

"No matter how disoriented you feel, your mindfulness practice will  help to bring you back to the safe harbor of the present moment using the tools  you already have; your breath and your body.   " -Heather Stang | Grief Quote | MindfulnessAndGrief.com

No matter how disoriented you feel, your mindfulness practice will help to bring you back to the safe harbor of the present moment using the tools you already have; your breath and your body.

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