Communal grief rituals are a group of people who come together to be witnessed in their sorrows. Through listening to others in their grief we can learn to articulate what has felt ineffable. Here we are invited to destigmatize, metabolize and remove pathological labels of our grief, to co-regulate our nervous systems in village and to be reminded that we are not alone.
READ ABOUT MY GRIEF LINEAGE.
READ ABOUT GRIEF RITUAL PRE & POST CARE.
HEARTWOOD, A GRIEF SANCTUARY IN THE PNW.
We are building a grief sanctuary for African Heritage Folks and People of the Global Majority in the high desert. This project is Black led and on land stewarded by Black folks. I spend a lot of my time dedicated to this project. I believe grief work to be some of the most important work of our lifetime and I want to support the healing from trauma for BIPOC folks, led by BIPOC folks.