The Healing After Loss Gift Box Experience is created to support anyone who is grieving a loss in their life in a non-judgemental, loving, and supportive way with beautiful gifts and a small action to take with each of them to help process grief in a healthy way, at their own pace. 

The loss of someone you love carries its own classification on the scale of pain and sadness. For those of you who have experienced it, you know what I'm talking about.

Death is rarely talked about and it’s easier to never think this sweet life ever ends for us or anyone we love around us, am I right?!

The problem with this is that it catches us completely off guard when death shows up. We don’t know what to do with our emotions, so they get bottled. We don’t know what to say when someone is experiencing loss, so we are silent. We don't know how to get on with life, so we turn to self-destruction.

Well boys and girls, it’s time to shed some ridiculously bright light on this topic and it's why I created this gift experience

Why? Because there is so much more to grieving than saying goodbye. Grieving never ends. So many people are grieving in silence. Of any life experience, loss of a loved one demands human connection for processing it in a healthy way, yet we often shy away from connecting because it’s an awkward topic to bring up and it's easier to just talk about the weather.

In this gift experience you will find: 

The Healing Handkerchief: This reusable, handmade, handkerchief is made with love, happiness, and a double layer of 100% cotton flannel fabric to catch falling tears.

Comfort Stones: These comfort stones sit in a beautiful canvas satchel that can go with you anywhere, says "Grief is the last act of love we have to give to those we loved. where there is deep grief, there is great love." These are river rocks from Unhidden Treasure, each with a hand-drawn inspirational affirmation or symbol and has received Reiki healing energy to be transferred to its new keeper. 

10 Pages of Handmade Paper With a Feather Pen & Prompts to Express Grief: A pack of handmade paper from Humble & Stone, with natural deckling on all sides comes with 10 introspective prompts for the griever to think about and express the roller coaster of emotion they are experiencing while honoring the life that has been lost through painting, writing, doodling, drawing, etc. Whatever feels best for them. 

Bath Soak: Create a sacred space for introspection and relaxation by taking a warm bath infused with rose petals, frankincense oil, lavender oil, and mineral sea salts. Improve your mood, revitalize your skin, and release what no longer serves you in your life.

6 Yoga Pose Cards to Help Help Heal a Broken Heart: This is a beautiful mini-deck of yoga pose cards designed to give you ways to move the energy in your body through breathing and simple yoga poses that open your heart chakra and generate awareness and healing to this area. The heart is one of the most sensitive places in our bodies that needs attention and healing while grieving.

A-Z Toolbox: A Practical Guide for Navigating Grief and Trauma with Intention A beautifully written by Susan Hannifin MacNab after suddenly losing her husband, she eventually realized that grief and trauma healing do not occur by waiting for time to pass. Action and intention are the pillars needed to lay a foundation for rebirth and build a powerful roadmap for healing mind, body, and spirit.

Susan's extensive professional knowledge and deeply moving personal experience combine in A to Z Healing Toolbox, an entire alphabet's worth of proven, practical techniques to accompany you along your own healing journey

This is the perfect gift for anyone processing the heaviness and sadness of grief. In this gift experience, you will find ways to move through grief, shift mindset and perspective, honor your heart and the life that was lost without judgment, shame, or expectation.

If this is a gift, we will gladly include a personal note from you. Include what you would like your note to say in the "notes" section at checkout.

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