The Authentic Wife and Mom
Beth Rowles | The Conscious Marriage Coach
It’s been almost a year since my beloved dog, companion, and best furry friend Mela died, and the grief is as strong today as it was then.
Grief is a unique emotion. It doesn’t ask you to do anything other than feel the pain of not being able to physically share your love ever again.
I say in my course that emotions are felt reminders that we’ve forgotten who we are. With grief, we’ve forgotten that the energy remains, that we’re still connected, and that we can be “with” them anytime we want to.
I think that’s why grief is the most painful of any emotion. It’s the furthest we can go from the truth, yet it’s the most real experience of the human form. Bodies have a limit. Energy does not.
To the human body, loss is devastating.
To the soul, loss isn’t possible.
I love this because it reminds us of the healthy balance between the form and the formless, the masculine and the feminine, the physical and the energetic.
We value both. That’s why we came here.
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