Saying goodbye to a beloved pet is one of the hardest things we do as a pet caregiver. If you are close to having to make a life-changing decision about your furry family member’s health, having support can shift thoughts and feeling of anxiety, helplessness and worry to more inner peace and affirming you are doing the very best you can on their behalf. This can help create spaciousness especially around making medical decisions or heart wrenching options around the end of life journey.
If you’ve said good-bye to your pet, imagine a quiet, safe, sacred, confidential space to receive comfort and understanding around the beloved relationship you’ve shared while moving through your grief. It can feel overwhelming and yet so important to set aside time to grieve the loss.
It is estimated that one in four pregnancies ends in miscarriage. Yet, it is a loss no one wants to talk about. Until it happens. It is the elephant in the room as there are no outward signs to point to, no leave of absence, and more often than not, no funeral. Miscarriage is an emotional and traumatic time. I’ve learned through supporting others that having a safe space to share, process can help reduce depression, anxiety, sadness. Having a container, a space to grief openly, without platitudes, textbook answers, where your grief will be welcomed with an open heart.
What a recent client experienced:
I recently lost my daughter, she was just 19 days old. Such a horrible difficult time, nothing can really help or make you feel better, the pain is there no matter what. Claire helped me see there are ways to deal with the raw emotions, to move through unique stages of grief, to be more accepting, kinder and gentler on yourself. She helped me feel a little more in control and a little less lost. Focusing on the importance of a balanced mind body and soul, I was able to begin my healing process and start to prepare for my future. Through her sensitivity, unique outlook, wisdom and spirituality not was I able to feel better, I was able to feel a little closer and more connected to my daughter. —Z Sayles, Los Angeles, CA
Rebuilding life after any major life-changing transitions can feel daunting. It can be tempting to stay busy, run away from pain, keeping it at arms length. But it can also be a once in a lifetime chance to slow down, dive deep into exploring what matters most to you now.
Life transitions often happen without our choosing. But it can also be the perfect opportunity for you to look at what obstacles may be getting in the way of what you want, and creating a plan of this next part of your life.
What you can expect:
Most of us have a standard of where we should be already. When we aren’t there yet, expectations build and we get into a state of judgment, or not being enough. I love pointing out that this is not reality. Most of the time, it is made up! Our feelings come and go. What we are feeling is the expectation. Our thinking gets stirred up and we find ourselves in the land of “I should, need to” or resistance beginning usually with “but…not if”.
My motto is “come as you are”. I love using my claircognizance to help illuminate what has been there in us all along. Clients I’ve worked with says I bring a new perspective to “all in”. I improve performance by focusing on the “here and now” versus the past. Instead of driving, pushing, striving, burning out, my role is to hold space and ask you very powerful and sometimes simple questions you have not seen. To reach a deeper part of your psyche so that you will be empowered to find the answers within yourself.
Your wisdom may have a different journey in store for you.
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What a recent client experienced:
” As a Tarot reader and Art Therapist, I was struggling with leaving behind art therapy in favor of Tarot, since most people prefer the “give-me-the-answer-now” interaction rather than wanting to work on the patterns that brought on the situation in the first place. I’ve had some ideas on how to make it work, but couldn’t figure out how to put it together. In a matter of describing my dilemma to Claire, she was able to “see” how to put the two together to provide a program, the steps I needed to take to make it happen, and the income driver behind it. Her gift of being able to laser-focus on how a person can best present their unique gifts to the world and make a living at it is amazing and would help so many entrepreneurs.” —Karin Volpp-Gardela—