Grief Without Words
Healing Your Grief With Pictures
About the Book
This is a workbook that can guide you through your own personal stages of grief and loss almost without words. Your subconscious mind thinks in pictures. To move through and beyond the grieving experience most quickly you will need to consciously pay attention to the feelings that come up from your subconscious. Facing the feelings that emerge from your subconscious mind, even if they feel so huge you don’t want to face them, is the key to moving through and beyond your grief. These pictures I drew during my deep grief can offer your subconscious mind a pathway to explore your own deepest emotional responses to grief and loss as well as to help you share your feelings with your counselor or a trusted friend. These pictures can help you LOVE YOURSELF THROUGH this amazing and sometimes terrifying passage in your life.
About the Author
Kate Brizendine, Ph.D., is a clairvoyant, psychotherapist, visionary artist, and third- generation spiritual counselor who has worked with clients in a Jungian format for over 30 years. Dr. Brizendine works with angelic and light beings, specializing in creating life-change management tools, using non-linear, right brain focus through art and manipulative figures in the sand tray. Her life pursuit is to connect clients with the richest, most restorative aspects of their seven chakras; their guides, angels and deep unconscious. Dr. Brizendine is the creator of GIST (Guided Interactive Sand Tray) for viewing a problem from 5 different perspectives, as a 3-dimentional hologram or gestalt. She lives on the coast, in southern California