COMPASSIONATE BEREAVEMENT FACILITATION
Based on our personal experiences, we have come to believe that if we learn to be with ourselves in our darkest and most uncomfortable moments and to attend to our pain, our fear, our sadness and grief with gentleness and patience, without judgement or the need to make things ‘right’, we will be better equipped to sit with other people’s suffering too. This practice is called compassion.
It is our wish to be a compassionate companion to you while you are dealing with your grief, to enable you to cradle your personal experience of grief, no matter what that looks like. For you to be seen, heard and felt in the depth of your experience, by each one of us and by yourself.
To discover your courage, not to overcome, but to live with your grief and heartbreak, and to be present for all that it takes, and for all that will unfold.
"Self-compassion is approaching ourselves, our inner experience
with spaciousness, with the quality of allowing which has a quality of gentleness. Instead of our usual tendency to want to get over something, to fix it, to make it go away, the path of compassion is totally different, Compassion allows."
- Robert Gonzales -