These past few years of COVID and the current cost of living crisis has given us reasons to experience every emotion under the sun.
Shock, disbelief, fear, panic, a desire for normalcy. Feelings of burnout, anxiety, resilience, kindness and unconditional caring in times of need.
Grief is a big emotion.
Grief for a loved one, a lifestyle, grief for the loss of a job, loss of a relationship or grief for a loss of a pregnancy.
'Time is a great healer' is empathetically said to soothe the soul in times of loss.
Which is often better than the outpouring of emotional glue which never lets you forget 'oh, what a tragedy it is', thus making time and healing stand still for you.
Well meaning and comforting words can sometimes be muted by other emotions associated with grief such as guilt, anger or just a feeling of being all alone in the world.
And let's be fair.
Much of the world isn't dealing too well with the financial downturn the world is experiencing right now.
Why would they?
For many, this would be their first experience of something opposite to the 'do what you want, have what you like' mantra, played on repeat over the past decade or so.
Inner emotions create a life of their own. They create certain images in your mind of never being happy and of always being sad.
These inner emotions reinforce the pathological thought-images. Words in the mind that whisper 'this is too much, I'll never get over this' magnify themselves to keep that feeling of grief swirling within their being.
The thing is, because of the stifling effect of grief it often affects how you deal with people and respond to other situations.
There are a lot of people out there that can't handle the problem that they created from the depths of their spirit.
Not to worry though. They are not alone. A lot of people are having trouble figuring out how to overcome their grief and while some make it happen, for others it's a uphill battle.
If you are feeling that you could do with some help you may want to consider some trusted alternatives.
Let's take a look at the top remedies that should be a part of your home remedy kit so you have a simple idea about each one and how they work.
• RESCUE REMEDY
• NATRUM MUR
You can watch the the full vlog for details about each of these remedies.
Knowing about these remedies will give you an opportunity to deal with grief in a natural, non-addictive, non-debilitating way.
So take the time to look after yourself and know when your body is needing help.
Peace pays always
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