Sacred Psychology: Episode 41 with Andrea Bullfinch
In this podversation:
- Loss is inevitable
- Why grief needs a makeover
- Grief has become a monetized industry
- The western culture’s struggle to process grief
- Grief as a perspective maker
- What is grief empowerment coaching?
- When does grief become complicated bereavement?
- “Death is a huge part of life but it is nowhere to live.”
- Ambivalence in anniversaries
- Power in the archetypes of transformation
- “Don’t fight the chrysalis”
- “Embrace ease, embrace grace, and embrace the change.”
- We identify ourselves in our narratives (stories we tell ourselves) and you can reclaim those.
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Meet Andi Bullfinch
She sees the experience of grief as an opportunity for sacred transformation, and one that should be as authentic as it is profound for the person going through it.
Prior to becoming a coach, a path largely prompted by her mother’s death in 2012, Andi was a newspaper journalist. After about 10 years of telling everyone else’s story, she decided it was time to go live her own.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism, is a certified health coach through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and will soon hold certification as a psych-intuitive coach infusing psychology, coaching skills and spiritual gifts into her practice.
Connect with Andi further: www.rebelsoulrising.co
Meet Tamara Powell
Tamara Powell, LMHC is a licensed therapist, university psychology instructor, and empowerment coach who believes life should be lived as a journey that is “anything but ordinary.”
Her work is specialized to help individuals break free from toxic cycles of distress, dysfunction, and dissatisfaction with life that are created when trying to live according to someone else’s rules. Only by living what she calls radical autonomy, can one obtain soul nourishing relationships and a sense of true life purpose and inner peace.
If you’re interested in working with her, either in person or online, you can learn more about her services here.
Sound Editing provided by Pete Bailey: http://petebailey.net/audio/