Grief as a Mystical Journey: Sacred Practices for Transforming Loss Into Love

Death:OK (Let’s Talk About It) is a day of inspiration, information, and connection taking place October 17, 2015 on the campus of Reed College in Portland, Oregon.  As part of an ongoing series profiling our presenters, we’re pleased to introduce you to…

Terri Daniel, presenting “Grief as a Mystical Journey: Sacred Practices for Transforming Loss Into Love”

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This extraordinary session will help you transmute trauma and grief into new forms of love, acceptance, and spiritual awareness by moving toward internal transformation rather than focusing on external events. Through guided meditations, interactive group processes, and sacred ceremony, you will learn to embrace a sacred perspective in which grief can be viewed as a gift of growth rather than a meaningless tragedy.

Terri Daniel is clinical chaplain and death-awareness educator whose unique perspective on birth, death, and the journey of the soul helps the bereaved find meaning and healing through meditative and ritual practices that open a conduit to other dimensions. Terri’s brand of “radical mysticism” incorporates elements of Buddhism, Shamanism, ancient pagan practices, gnostic Christianity and other spiritual traditions to break down limiting beliefs about trauma and forgiveness. She is also the founder of the Afterlife Awareness Conference.

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One Response to Grief as a Mystical Journey: Sacred Practices for Transforming Loss Into Love

  1. Pingback: Death:OK Presenters Announced! - Death:OK. Let's talk about it. October 17, 2015.

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