Loss is part of the human condition
And yet most of us have no idea how to process grief.
In the Bean Nighe Circle we recognise the devastating impact of incomplete grief in our lives and learn the tools that enable us to move beyond the pain of loss.
The tools of the Grief Recovery Method can be used over and over again to bring deep healing to our lives
Death is common to us all
And yet we know so little about it.
In the Bean Nighe Circle we make time in our lives to find out about death so that our dying time, when it comes, is eased and in keeping with our values.
And surprisingly, life is enriched as a consequence
For the cost of a weekly coffee and pastry, membership of the
Bean Nighe Circle
will give you access to:
Start the Week Well
If you've got things you want to get done, but keep putting off – you're not alone! It's easy to procrastinate, so this Monday morning zoom session is to support you to do the things that nourish you while working alongside other members of the community
Weekly Yoga Nidra
Bring peace and rest into your weekly routine with this no-experience-necessary meditation
Monthly Q & A
This is your opportunity to ask anything you want to know about grief, death and end of life planning
Discounts on 1–1 Grief Recovery, End Of Life Planning Groups and Online & In-Person Retreats
I want everyone to have the opportunity to learn how to leave behind the pain of loss and prepare for your own dying time so that you are free to live fearlessly
A Library of Resources
Connection with like minded people
You will also receive a welcome gift worth £54
A leather-bound journal
A box of beautiful candles
The Grief Recovery Handbook
by John James and Russell Friedman
Before I Go: The Essential Guide to Creating a Good End of Life Plan
by Jane Duncan Rogers