In a time when there is so much to grieve, a connective, collective grieving space is more important than ever.
We grieve the afflictions baring down on our youth, our brothers and sisters, the land. We grieve the people who have died. The relationships that have ended. The hopes that were never realized. The loss of a communion we were never even offered…
Who can hear the song of your loss?
Expressing grief in a safe, communal context is a traditional antidote for the pain and challenges of life. The Grief Song Ceremony provides a space appropriate to our time and place. It is a day long, well-facilitated ceremony to fully enter and express our grief — and thereby allow our joy and gratitude to flow more freely as well.
You are warmly invited to join song elder Laurence Cole and rite of passage guide Rob Miller, to enter this heart-and-soul opening space to express the many faces of grief.
Join us for this beautiful, day long event!
Invite your friends, family, clientele, etc. – grieving together is incredibly bonding and healing. Here is the link
to our Facebook event. And for more information about our special guest, Laurence Cole, check out his website.
Early bird discount ends April 14 and space is limited, so get your tickets now online or send a check made out to Cascadia Quest with “GSC Eugene” in the memo line to:
P.O. Box 50594
Eugene, OR 97405
We hope to see you and yours at this healing circle.