Yoga for Grief Artwork
Season 1 - Episode 19

Exploring Your Sense of Self

20 min - Talk
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Explore your sense of self. Michelle guides us in an exercise to examine and investigate your world view before and after loss through art.
See attached .PDF with associated Reflection Questions.
What You'll Need: No props needed

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Dec 16, 2019
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Such a creative way to work through grief. I feel like the upcoming first month of the New Year is the perfect time to reflect on the “issues in my tissues” and to gather some meaningful images for this collage. I’m going to do this slowly and see where it takes me...thank you for this beautiful season of Yoga for Grief 🙏🏻❤️
Yes, here we are at this threshold -- what a great time to gather and reflect. I love the idea of keep your eye out and letting images speak to you over time. If you feel like sharing, I'd love to witness your collage - here or in PM. May the process be enriching and illuminating for you.
With love,
Michelle
I think this video is so powerful.  I found myself "going there in my mind". I hope I have the courage to do it.  Thank you for sharing such  a personal exercise
Yes, perfect -- "going there in your mind" can be a wonderful way to interact with the material. Maybe rather than courage, watch for curiosity... and if it visits, follow the thread. If not, know that you've already benefited from peeking at it in your mind.
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I've once used collage as a tool to create a vision of what I would like my future to be. Thanks to this episode, I've learned an interesting way to process feelings... a new tool in my toolbox. Thank you!
Hi Lina S!
So glad this adds to your toolbox! Expanding the use of collage from the "vision board" idea to processing feelings and different identities is wonderful. Thanks for sharing!

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