Global Co-operation House, 65-69 Pound Lane, Willesden Green, London
I realized, it is not the time that heals, but what we do within that time that creates positive change. - Diane Dettmann
Grief is a natural reaction to the devastating loss of a loved one or a dramatic change in our life circumstances. Its effects can last a life time.
How do we recover and find the strength and will to carry on coping with life’s bumps, shocks and sadness? Where do we look for currants of hope and love to turn our losses into life-affirming and maybe transformative experiences?
Cathy Rentzenbrink is a well-known writer, speaker and author of A Manual for Heartache and the best-selling The Last Act of Love, a deeply moving account of the life and death of her brother Matty, who was kept alive for 8 years in a vegetative state after being critically injured in a road accident.
Maureen Goodman has a deep love for humanity and has dedicated her life to serving others through her work as Programme Director of Brahma Kumaris (UK) and as an international speaker and teacher on the practical benefits of living from the heart and connecting with the Divine through Raja Yoga meditation.
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