The Surprising Side of Life After Loss – Mini Course
Learn how we all share a surprising ability to be resilient, and a capacity to deepen our appreciation for life in the face of death.
If you want a refreshingly positive perspective on life after loss, and to learn how to build your innate resilience, then this mini course is for you.
“Elaine’s perspective will set the traditional view of loss and grief on its head. She takes us on an insightful and surprising journey to discover our ability to be resilient and to alter our expectations of what healthy grieving looks like.This is for anyone seeking to thrive in the face of adversity.”
–Margaret, Conscious Aging workshop participant
When it comes to grief . . .
- Do you want to learn how different people grieve differently, in order to feel a sense of hope that can help you heal yourself?
- Do you want to better understand the role of myths in our death-phobic culture so that you can spot, and then ignore, bad advice about grieving?
- Do you want to gain thoughtful, kind-hearted insights from real-life stories of people who turned their loss into meaningful purpose and fulfillment?
- Do you want to be heartened to learn that grief is not “work” you have to undertake because you are already stronger and more resilient than you know?
Good. You’ve come to the right place.
This mini-course is perfect for you if . . .
- You are someone who wants to find useful, common sense ways to tend to your grief, but you are unsure of where to start.
- You think you are managing your grief in ways that suit your basic personality, but you have noticed that some people seem critical and impatient with your sadness.
- You are not sure what constitutes healthy grief or if laughter and humor are appropriate during bereavement.
- You want to find inspiration for being open to grief as a journey of self-development, but you don’t know if this is a realistic goal.
- You wonder if the sadness of grief has any purpose, but you find it difficult to bring up that subject with others for fear of being seen as morbid or weird.
“Elaine’s website, her monthly blog posts, and her newsletter essays are so inspiring, I look forward to reading her latest ideas and advice. She is one of those amazing individuals who come into your life who has this unique gift for gently guiding and inspiring you to examine your own heart and mind to get clarity on your life direction. She imparts wisdom and light in a most endearing way. Expect to look at life differently!"
– Terry, Creating the Work You Love workshop participant
Are you ready to learn to grow comfortable with the natural oscillations of grief and build your emotional resilience?
Get ready to look at grief with new and different eyes. In this attractively priced mini course, you will:
- Get clear on your rights as a mourner.
- Learn how to ignore bad advice about grieving.
- Recognize that grief follows an oscillating pattern of waves, not stages.
- Understand the role of crying and other normal parts of grieving as ways that encourage the body, mind, and spirit to achieve balance.
- Discern that grief is meant to deepen you and empower you to grow in conscious awareness in order to make intentional choices about how to live and love again.
- Appreciate the power of storytelling as a means of healing grief, and increasing resilience and self-compassion.
Hello, I’m Elaine, and it’s nice to meet you in this learning space. I am a life coach, a writer, and a storyteller with a passion for helping those who are grieving. I have helped many people going through difficult life transitions in my private practice over the past ten years. Want to read more about that? Go here www.ElaineVoci.com.
I spend my days now helping hundreds of people through the wide reach of this teaching platform. My goal is to provide a positive perspective on grief, death and dying, and to help you understand the surprising ability to be resilient that we all share as our natural birthright. Grief is a journey meant to be shared; storytelling is an element of healing, and you will find inspiring stories in each of my courses, my blogs, and my books.
I’m also a self-declared foodie, the facilitator of a Death Cafe in my local community, and the fur mom of a wise little dog named Winky who reminds me daily of not only the oneness of all life, but the joy and wonder found in the present moment, the eternal now, amid the beauty I sometimes forget to notice that is all around me.