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Grieving the Shamans Way Handbook

Grieving the Shamans Way Handbook, by Asttarte Deva

Grieving the Shamans Way Handbook, goes with the main larger book Grieving the Shamans Way. These books are coming soon this summer, and will be released together! Grieving the Shamans Way Handbook is for anyone who has experienced grief of any kind, but especially if they lost a significant loved one, a spouse, married relationship or live in relationship. This book is excellent for those who need support and assistance in grieving their loved one who passed on, whether they are a partner, loved one, family member, for close friend.

There are many types of Meditations in this book, Breathwork Practices, Holistic Practices and so much more!

Here is an Excerpt from the Book:

Exercises We Can Do To Grieve Our Greatest Loves

"I mentioned this above, in another section of this book, but I’m going to reiterate the importance of this practice. Exercises of your individual grieving process are so crucial in acceptance of the loss of your loved one, that it almost goes above and beyond importance than anything else you may do.

The most important thing you can do for yourself before anything else, is breathing, meditation, and getting in touch with your breath. The breath is the key to the inner wisdom, and it helps us all to slow down, rebalance our energy systems, and find a gentle stillness within. In order to find a daily equilibrium and balance, while in the middle of your grieving process, or after the deep pain and longing of our loved one has subsided, the breath is imperative to access.

A simple Mindfulness Meditation Practice is excellent to start to bring your energy into balance, as I mentioned above in the earlier part of this book. However, if you truly want to go deep into your grieving process, a deeper Breathwork Practice is what you need to do. After about 50 or more practice Sessions of Breathwork, I’ll attest that Breathwork is the MOST powerful form of emotional healing available to us, without taking a drug, synthetic, or psychedelic, whether it is natural or not. Breathwork is the most profound way to process grief as a stand-alone practice."

Here is another Excerpt from the Book:


"This handbook, Grieving the Shamans Way Handbook, is meant to be a guide to go along with the larger book, Grieving the Shaman's Way, What I Learned from the Love of my Life Dying. Inside these pages you’ll find the same exercises from the original book, with some further explanations and perhaps new practices as well.

This book is meant to be a guide to support you in your own healing and recovery process to assist you in working through grief. We all lose someone we love very much at some point in our lives, and often the shock can be so devastating we don’t know where to turn to, who to talk to, or where to go. This handbook is here as a Guide you can carry with you wherever you go. It was made small so it could fit in your pocket or bag easily. Let this guide help you, comfort you and know you are not alone, and this too will pass.

You may have been given advice on how to handle your grief. You may have been offered a bunch of different suggestions from different people. The most important thing to do is to listen to your own inner wisdom, your own intuition and follow your heart. If something doesn’t feel right, don’t do it. If something is calling you, and feels like a good thing to do, give it a try. It might surprise you.

Go through this book, and try the different practices, exercises, and suggestions here. There is something here for everyone. And, if you don’t agree with it, put it down and figure out something else for yourself. Not every path is going to be right for every person. That’s what makes us all unique." .....Continued in the book.

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