Grieving Loved Ones
Tap-alongs • 11m
As our loved ones age, grief might arise as we notice how they're changing, how they're no longer the people we remember.
We might notice anticipatory grief thinking about losing them, only to find it keeps us from being truly present during the time we still have left together.
This tapping sequence is to honor your grief and to also use it as a reminder to be even more present with the ones you love.
After tapping, do you notice any perspective shifts?
Please share below if you feel so called!
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