A Ceremony for Women Grieving Children (virtual event)

$25.00

Mother’s Day can be difficult for women whose hearts ache for dear children who have died or who are not actively present in their lives.

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Mother’s Day can be a difficult time for women whose hearts ache for dear children who have died or who are not actively present in their lives.

If you are a woman who’s mourning a beloved child – your own or another’s – who has died due to any cause (miscarriage, stillbirth, abortion, suicide, illness, accident) at any time, or is absent from your life, please join us in this online/virtual ceremony via Zoom.

We invite you to enter this safe and sacred circle in which we will recognize our grief and release some of its heaviness through ceremony, music, storytelling and deep dialogue.

You will leave a bit lighter with helpful tips and new perspectives for a more ease-filled Mother’s Day.

A Ceremony for Women Grieving Children

(a virtual event via Zoom)

Thursday May 5th, 2022

Zoom room opens at 4:50 p.m. PT

Ceremony begins promptly at 5:00 p.m. PT, concludes at 6:30 p.m. PT

 

Facilitators:

Georgena Eggleston – Trauma Specialist, Certified Somatic Therapist, and Licensed Spiritual Practitioner

Heather Michet – Ceremonial Songstress, Reiki Master & Registered Aromatherapist

Please pre-register to ensure your space in this ceremony.  To promote your safety in this circle, the number of participants is limited to 30.

$25

For additional information, contact Georgena at 503-309-3966.

4 reviews for A Ceremony for Women Grieving Children (virtual event)

  1. Heather Michet

    “When I walked into the room, I felt like I had come home. It was so good for my soul and I’m so glad I did it.” ~ Ceremony participant whose 18 month old toddler died 62 years earlier

  2. Heather Michet

    “After decades of sadness, I have let go of these losses and am leaving in Peace.” ~ 2019 Ceremony participant

  3. Heather Michet

    “I am grateful to have found this gathering. I know this time I do not want to grieve alone.” ~ 2018 Ceremony participant

  4. Heather Michet

    “It felt so good to cry and not be judged.” ~ 2018 Ceremony participant

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