Grief Meditations

Dealing With GriefGrief is a multi-faceted response to loss, particularly to the loss of someone or something to which a bond was formed. Although conventionally focused on the emotional response to loss, it also has physical, cognitive, behavioral, social, and philosophical dimensions. While the terms are often used interchangeably, bereavement often refers to the state of loss, and grief to the reaction to loss.

While many adults who grieve are able to work through their loss independently, accessing additional support from licensed psychologists or psychiatrists may promote the process of healing. Because they are less developed psychologically, grief in children is usually more complex.

Grief counseling, professional support groups or educational classes, and peer-led support groups are primary resources available to the bereaved.

Below are Edy’s downloadable audios  to help you sleep in time of grief

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Grief Meditation

It is painful to face the death of someone dear to us. The grief over that loss affects sleep, daily energy, and our interactions with the self and with others. These complete set of four audio meditations will help get you through your day.


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It is difficult to start your day when you are dealing with grief. Here is a meditation to help you begin your day, finding a way to put your grief into a safe compartment so your grief does not stop you from living.


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Going To Sleep

Grief affects people differently. If you are having trouble getting to sleep, please listen to this meditation. The more you listen to this your body and mind will.


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Midnight, Can’t Sleep

When in the place of grief we often find it difficult to stay a sleep. Take a moment if you happen to awaken during the night to listen to this calming piece meant to help lure you back into peaceful, restful sleep.


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Anytime, Touch Base

Sometimes we need to get grounded during our day, especially when we are filled with the grief of losing someone dear. You can listen to this any time during your day. It’s purpose to help take you out of the internal chaos and into a state of being that will enable you and coach you back into your self.


2 thoughts on “Grief Meditations”

  1. Hello,
    Responding to the TRF presentation on Sexual Grief, Week 1. A cave is NOT a safe place. For a hostage it is a trap. There’s no way out; the walls are closed. As an early childhood sexual abuse survivor a cave is the last place I would want to be, especially with the one who caused my grief. I could feel my anxiety level rising. Dark, dank, cold, fresh air only at the opening, no circulation, got to get out of here, no way I’m headed further in.
    I like who you seem to be, but did you really think about this?

  2. Hi Michele,

    Thank you for sharing your thoughts with me about your experience within the TRF Tuesday program. I hear that the proposal of where I suggested people go in the meditation was unsettling and emotionally triggering. That’s never the intention of any of the processing work.
    It is hard when doing this type of work to know what will or won’t cause a person to react. I understand everything you are saying, and next time, different places to go will be offered as a means to hopefully avert any chance for others to have the experience you had. My use of the imagery comes from Joseph Campbell’s The Hero’s Journey, Moving from the Ordinary into the depths of the place mentioned in the workshop and coming out of it after having met and dealt with the shadows within there. The goal of the rainstorm was to help people feel movement in their minds and bodies to release what was experienced. It is with the utmost respect that I say to you, I hear you, and I support your voice and feedback. We are all students and teachers. We can only be our best selves when we listen and shift. And that is what I will do going forward.


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