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WORLD GRIEF EVENT – 29/03/2020

So below is the outline of the event. I have made a couple of short videos to clarify each part plus all the info and video clips are shown in links below. I’m no techy so please bear with me.  I will do the live parts of the ritual via instagram live.

We are all very aware of the significant events occurring in our world right now. Understandably there is a collective energy force of fear rapidly spreading too as a result. And although many of us know that fear itself weakens our immune system, it can feel very challenging not to be consumed by fear because it is a primal, survival response.

What we can do however is build and strengthen our inner resources to support us during such difficult times. So many people struggle without a core resilience for life’s great challenges. Through no fault of their own, their life and sense of self has been built upon a weak foundation. Therefore when a crises occurs either personal or global, they very quickly find themselves battered and overwhelmed by the storms of life and the related feelings of fear, anxiety and even panic can take over.

On The Bridge Retreat we work with the metaphor of a tent to highlight that if we don’t have the basic ‘tent pegs’ for our life firmly fixed into the ground, then we, just like an untethered tent, will either collapse or indeed blow away in the storm. Each tent peg represents a simple and yet essential basic requirement for building a firm foundation and developing strong inner resources to weather the storms of life.

If you can’t make the timings, please still do the ritual. It will create a powerful energy of healing in the world.
Hope you can join us. Let’s do this!
All love
Donna xxxx
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Itinerary & Timings – Download this to your device
World Grief Day Part 1 – Watch the video
World Grief Day Part 2 – Watch the video
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“Discovering more joy does not save us from the inevitability of hardship and heartbreak. In fact, we may cry more easily, but we will laugh more easily too. Perhaps we are just more alive. Yet as we discover more joy, we can face suffering in a way that ennobles rather than embitters. We have hardship without becoming hard. We have heartbreaks without being broken.”
Desmond Tutu
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