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    April 28, 2021

    How To Grieve or Help Others Grieve with Mindfulness & Self-Compassion

    Begin to Live Fully After Loss

    Sunday, May 30th From 10 AM to 12 PM (PST)

    Plus 30 Min Supportive Meditation Mondays 7:30 am (PST)

    Overview:

    Dr. Motaghy talks about how she went through the tsunamis of grief.

    Mindful Self-Compassionate Grieving is a very special and meaningful way of being with the pain of loss. It is a beginning to Live Fully After Loss. The workshop helps attendees to understand their pain through kindness and warmth. Moreover, it offers ways to weather the storms of grief and strengthen one’s innate desire for happiness, increase attentiveness, focus, and interest in your own heart and life. With guidance, you can learn how to ground yourself or help someone else while experiencing grief and intense emotions. You will learn about negative emotional thoughts and how to guard your heart through Mindfulness and Self-compassion. Raise patience, self-confidence, self-worth, and happiness in life.

    Living fully after loss is absolutely possible. Our founder, Dr. Manijeh Motaghy, has done it, and so can you. Manijeh will guide you on how to transform the storms of grief to ease, joy and purpose.

    Workshop Content:

    • Mindfulness Meditation
    • Examining our paradigm
    • Understanding the storms of feelings/emotions
    • Grieving without being lost in the pain
    • Understanding the difference between natural and self-created suffering
    • Cultivating Self-Compassion and self-kindness

    Who should take this workshop?

    We invite anyone with at least six months from losing a loved one and family and friends of those who are grieving to help and support them through this painful process.

    Teacher:

    Dr. Motaghy has designed hundreds of Mindfulness-Based courses, including mindful self-compassionate grieving. She lost her son in 2017 and went through intense periods, feeling ripped and wiped by hurricanes and tsunamis of pain. Through practices of Mindfulness, loving-kindness, compassion, and a deep desire for true happiness and peace, she found relief, hope, and solace. Out of an immense sense of compassion for the pain of others, she developed a course in her son’s name, the Kuroosh Compassionate Recovery & Healing Program to help her others live a sane life after the loss of their loved ones. As an expert trainer in behavioral and cognitive transformation, Dr. Motaghy continues to receive rave reviews and gratitude for her work. Dr. Motaghy is a Certified and Authorized Mindfulness Teacher by UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center. She is completing an Inner MBA degree from NYU. See her bio on LinkedIn.

    Workshop Date & Time:

    May 30th, From 10 AM to 1 PM

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